Crestview offers several activities as part of City Government Week
CRESTVIEW – From a myriad of social, cultural and recreational activities to its family-friendly facilities, Okaloosa County Headquarters offers residents and visitors a wide range of services and events.
The public is invited to take a peek inside Crestview’s many services and activities during Municipal Government Week, October 18-24.
“It’s hard to say all we have to offer in one sitting, so we’re offering a whole week of opportunities to help citizens discover what your town has to offer,” said Mayor of Crestview, JB Whitten.
Here’s what’s on the program:
Activity showcase – 6:00 p.m. Monday, October 18 at Warriors Hall, 211 Stillwell Blvd. At this special city council meeting, find out what’s available to meet your interests! Clubs and organizations can register with the town hall to obtain an information table for the meeting. Call the mayor’s office, 850-682-3812, to register.
Recognition ceremony – 6 p.m. Tuesday, October 19 at Warriors Hall. All living Elders of the Town of Crestview will be recognized. Former officials are requested to contact the town hall.
Virtual town hall meeting – 6 p.m. Wednesday, October 20, in the municipal council chamber of the town hall, 198, rue Wilson Nord. The meeting is with the elect. Watch live online and ask questions on the city’s Facebook page, @Cityofcrestview.
Crestview High School Football Game – 7 p.m. Friday, October 22 at the SCH, 1250 N. Ferdon Blvd. Join city officials as they cheer on the Bulldogs and the Big Red Machine in the match against Pace.
Partnership with pastors – 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, October 23, Old Spanish Trail Park Amphitheater on Stillwell Boulevard. Elected officials gather for roundtable discussions with leaders of the Crestview faith community to find ways to form partnerships. Pastors of Crestview, contact the mayor’s office to register.
Cutting the McMahon Environmental Center tape – 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, October 23 at the center, 135 Butler Circle. Discover the hidden gem of Crestview, recently remodeled and upgraded by the Crestview Kiwanis Club. Children’s activities, refreshments and tours will be part of the event.
Walk-in churches – On Sunday October 24, as scheduled, elected officials will attend church services at a church they have never visited before.
“We encourage all of our residents to attend some or all of these events and take a look at how their city works and what it has to offer,” said Whitten.