PO Box 779
Anna Maria, FL 34216
Ryan Wieland, Manager Public Works
(941) 708-6130 Ext. 131
Fax: (941) 708-6134
The Public Works Department is co-located with the Anna Maria Island Historical Society at 402 Pine Avenue.
Public Works Manager
Meet the Public Works Crew
Adam Coleman, Public Works Assistant Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR FORMS CONTACT CITY HALL AT 941-708-1630
- Curb Cut Permit Application
- ROW Permit Application
- Temporary Road Closure Application
- Standard Drainage and Driveway Details
- Stormwater Ordinance
- Illicit Stormwater Discharges
- Report Illicit Discharge
- Use of Pesticides, Herbicides, and Fertilizers
General Mangrove Information: https://floridadep.gov/water/submerged-lands-environmental-resources-coordination/content/mangroves AND https://floridadep.gov/water/submerged-lands-environmental-resources-coordination/content/mangrove-training-presentations
State Authorized Professional Mangrove Trimmers: https://floridadep.gov/water/submerged-lands-environmental-resources-coordination/content/state-authorized-professional
Mangrove Trimming Guidelines for Homeowners: CLICK HERE
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT CITY HALL AT 941-708-6130
Stormwater runoff can carry pollutants, pesticides and excess fertilizers into bays, rivers, lakes and groundwater. Remember that what goes in your storm drain can find its way into our water sources. Follow these tips to help reduce stormwater runoff from your yard:
Direct downspouts and gutters onto your lawn and plant beds, or into rain barrels, cisterns or containment areas.
Use mulch, bricks, gravel or other porous surfaces for walkways, patios and driveways.
Sweep grass clippings, fertilizer and soil onto the lawn so they don’t get washed into storm drains.
Clean up oil spills and leaks on the driveway. Use cat litter to absorb oil.
Pick up pet waste to help reduce bacterial and nutrient pollution.
Remove trash from street gutters before it gets washed into storm drains.
Use swales (low areas) to hold and filter water.