Nestled in the Florida Panhandle and located on the southwest shore of Lake Seminole, Sneads has the perfect small town charm. It may be small in size (approx. 4 1/2 square miles),but Sneads has a great deal to offer. The locals have long understood and appreciated this rural area rich in outdoor recreation. Uniquely situated on the southern shore of Lake Seminole and near the Apalachicola River, Sneads offers unparalleled outdoor activities such as fresh water fishing,boating and hunting. Known mostly as an agrarian region, many farms and ponds dot the landscape among vast forests of tall pines and oaks. As the Easterly most town in Jackson County, Sneads, population 2000 (2002 data) finds itself neighbors to Grand Ridge to the west and Chattahoochee (Gadsden County) to the east just across the Apalachicola River. We are located 20 miles east of Marianna,40 miles west of Tallahassee and about 70 miles north of Panama City. Enjoy your visit to our web site.
*** MARK YOUR CALENDARS***
AMNESTY WEEK 2016
(Sneads City Limits Residents ONLY)
Monday, July 18th –
Friday, July 22nd
7:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. C.S.T.
Please BRING your items to the corner of Third Ave and Old Spanish Tr. Citizens must have ID, copy of bill and/or proof of residence.
*** NO TIRES will be accepted at this time ***
If you have any questions call City Hall @ 593-6636.
The following items and materials are NOT allowed: Batteries,Liquids/ Chemicals,Propane Tanks,Paint Cans,Fluorescent Bulbs,Computers, T.V., Microwaves
Sneads Town Hall
2028 Third Avenue
P.O. Drawer 159
Sneads, FL 32460
- Phone: (850) 593-6636
- Fax: (850) 593-5079
- Website: www.sneadsfl.com
- Facebook: Town of Sneads- City Hall
- Manager: Connie Butts
- Clerk: Sherri Griffin
- Deputy Clerk: Danielle Guy
- Police Chief: Burt McAlpin - 593-6403
- Fire Chief: Buddy Jetter
- Public Works Director: Jimmy D Wright - 593-6081
- Wastewater Opertor: Glen Allen - 593-5333
Meetings: Second Tuesday - City Hall 6:00 pmRead more...