- Operates 7 days a week from 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Maintains and cleans 60+ beach, lake and bay accesses. All regional beach access restrooms and pavilions are cleaned and restocked daily.
- Maintains and services 600 garbage collection stations located on the beach, at the regional/neighborhood accesses, and along the multiuse trail. All garbage collections stations are emptied daily.
- Maintains and cleans 26 miles of multi-use trail. The entire trail and adjacent right of way is cut, edged, and cleaned of litter, sand, and debris every seven days.
- Coordinates and manages architect/engineers/consultants for capital improvement projects and beach re-nourishment projects.
Beach Operations Capital Improvement Projects
The Walton County TDC’s Beach Operations Department will begin renovation work on 10 of its Neighborhood Beach Accesses in the Seagrove Beach and Seacrest Beach communities beginning the week of Jan. 28. Work will include new deck boards, new handrails, and new structural components as needed.
Renovations will be completed in phases in effort to minimize access closure to any particular beach area where projects are scheduled. Work on each phase is expected to take approximately 30 days each and are scheduled for beach accesses that are determined to have reached the end of their service life due to normal wear and tear.
Neighborhood Beach Accesses to be renovated or replaced include:
- Holly Street (renovation completed 3/8)
- Azalea/ Camellia Street (renovation)
- Gardenia Street (renovation)
- Pelayo Ave. (renovation)
- Ramsgate (complete replacement)
- Sugar Dunes (complete replacement)
- Gulf Lake Beach Estates (renovation)
- Seabreeze (renovation)
- Seacrest Dr. (renovation completed 3/8)
- Wall St. (complete replacement)