Lafayette County Services

Lafayette County Florida Government Services are mostly all handled in person. That means you really need to come down to the courthouse building in Mayo, Florida to find out where you can get the information you need. They do very little over the internet including emails. Some questions may be answered over the phone and some forms can be mailed out and returned but most things will need to be handled in person. We have gotten quite a few inquiries about properties, liens and even curbside garbage collection. We cannot answer those questions here. We have gathered as much information as we can and have posted it on our Government Services information page:

http://townofmayo.org/where-to-get-what-you-need/government-services/

We have included the address and phone numbers for all government agencies within the county. Your inquiries will really need to go through them. This includes those who want to rent any of the 4 community centers for your special events.

We have also added some Mental Health information on the Medical Services page that you might find help:
http://townofmayo.org/where-to-get-what-you-need/medical-services/

Keep checking our Community Calendar page for information about what’s happening around the county in the coming months. April had a few events and May is shaping up to have quite a few more. If you are having a special event in Lafayette County Florida somewhere and would like us to post it to our calendar just go to the CONTACT US page and let us know. We will get it posted as soon as we can. The Lafayette Activities Group is doing a great job organizing events for the county and have a Facebook Group page but we are still waiting on their actual website address to be listed. As soon as we get it we will be adding that to our information site as well.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/168669993518973/

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