Council decided on Tuesday to officially toss Gulfport’s name in the hat for a chance to take home over $3 million in federal disaster prevention funds.Read More »
Eight members participated in the inaugural statewide photo competition and won 3rd place for their image of the art in Clymer Park ...
Gulfport City Council requested the creation of a formal resolution on the matter that they will vote on at a future meeting ...
FEMA's Operation Blue Roof is a free program benefitting homeowners in 29 Florida counties in the wake of Hurricane Irma. ...
Officials, volunteers and city staff worked as a team behind the scenes during and after Gulfport’s closest brush with a hurricane in decades. ...
For the sixth year, Gulfport Council approved an annual operating budget without increasing the property tax rate on Tuesday, September 19. ...
The effort was organized by Florida State Senator Darryl Rouson, Tampa Bay Buc Clinton McDonald and the Dolman Law Group ...
It's business as usual – almost – as the Gulfport Library sets up shop at Scout Hall during library renovations.Read More »
Gulfport City Council voted in favor of pursuing grant money for the Gulfport 49th Street Outfall Treatment ProjectRead More »
Gulfport Library will be closed beginning February 9 for much-anticipated renovations. Here's a list of schedule and location changes.Read More »
Gulfport Police Chief Rob Vincent presented council with recent crime statistics on robberies, thefts and burglaries throughout 2014.Read More »
January 17, over 20 teams and hundreds of volunteers completed service projects all over the city during the inaugural Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of ServiceRead More »
Gulfport City Council voted unanimously to approve more funds for Municipal Marina Fueling Renovation projectRead More »
City council declared February First Responders Appreciation Month in GulfportRead More »
Gulfport Fire Department’s Special Rescue Unit 17 is small but powerful, designed to get through the crowds for a faster response time.Read More »
Gulfport’s new fiscal year may not start until October, but city staff has already asked council to start thinking about the budget.Read More »