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Town Commission Meeting Agenda – April 7, 2020

Incorporated in 1955, the Town of Inglis, Florida is dedicated to its residents and strives to provide strong and fair leadership. The goal of this website is to provide information to our residents, visitors, surrounding cities and towns. Our current population is 1,325 and we are located approximately 5 miles east of the Gulf of Mexico in Levy County, Florida

The Town of Inglis is committed to the perpetual implementation and preservation of environmental improvements deemed necessary to maintain the natural and indigenous environmental beauties within the Town limits, thusly by the promotion, protection, and development of its ecological resources. We are dedicated to the collaboration of official and unofficial bodies, organized for similar purposes of ecological preservation, and environmental issues and concerns, including but not limited to, construction on new and existing developments within the Town, while keeping in mind the urgency to stimulate job growth and foster the needs of our Town’s youth. We are exceptionally devoted to the revitalization, development, and preservation of open spaces, wooded areas, and chiefly to our once pristine, Withlacoochee River, while adhering to policies and regulations of local and State agencies.

Public Records Custodians
Darlene Slattery, Town Clerk
P.O. Drawer 429
Inglis, FL. 34449-0429
townclerk@townofinglis.org
Phone: 352-447-2203
Fax: 352-447-1879

The Town of Inglis is committed to the fair housing and civil rights laws to protect persons regardless of race, color, familial status, handicap, national origin, religion and sex in the choice of housing. For more information or to report a potential civil rights violation including those related to Fair Housing, Equal Opportunity or Section 504/ADA Compliance, contact the Town Clerk Darlene Slattery at (352) 447-2203 ext 101