- Town Clerk
- Finance Office
- Administrative Assistant
- Public Works
- Water & Sewer
Office: 386 397 2222
Emergency: dial 911
CrimeStoppers: 386 792 TIPS
Volunteer Fire Dept.: 386 397 2211
Emergency: Dial 911
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Planning & Zoning Board
(Meets the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm
White Springs Public Library
16403 Jewett Street,
Phone: opens in a new window386-397-1389
The community center and amphitheater
Available for rent 365 days a year.
Hours of operation are 6:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.
The Community center has a full size kitchen with refrigerator, stove; restroom facilities tables and chairs are available at no additional cost. The buildings have been used for events such as weddings, receptions, family reunions, parties, programs, meetings.
The community center has a capacity of 100.
Rental Deposit: $150.00 cash (Refundable if facility is checked to be clean and undamaged.)
Rental Fee: $100.00 per day
Keys: $50.00 for each lost key
For rental information contact Town Hall – opens in a new window386-397-2310
Turner Park Playground
Open till dusk
Wayside Boat Ramp & picnic area
(New boat ramp with handicapped loading area under construction)
Suwannee River overlook
Ogburn Ball Park & Tennis Courts
Ahmoglee Okalee Park
Ahmoglee Okalee means “My Home Town’ In the Seminole Indian Language
There are two entrances into the park. Brick paved sidewalks, will guide you to each of the three covered pavilions. Each pavilion has its own name as tribute to the native American Indian tribes who originally settled in White Springs; the Timucuan, the Apalachee and the Calusa.
The Town of White Springs has adopted a Fair Housing Ordinance in accordance with Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 which establishes that every person should be able to obtain the housing of their choice – or participate in a real estate transaction – without being discriminated against based upon race, color, national origin, religion, gender/sex, handicap/disability or familial status. Included in the link below is a dramatization which shows a possible discriminatory act: