south Walton

community council


SWCC has been serving the South Walton region since 1995 as a clearinghouse for information and combined collaborative efforts related to the protection and enhancement of our area's unique natural beauty and quality of life. We accomplish these goals by providing our members and the community with regular public forums and research on topics ranging from good governance to nature conservation, publishing an annual Hiking and Trail Guide, and hosting annual events such as the Back to Nature Festival. 
South Walton County is experiencing exponential growth and development. Proactive collaboration and positive solutions are continuously needed to ensure that our region retains the natural character and beauty which draw new residents and visitors by the thousands each year. This is important for quality of life issues that incorporate and balance everything from sustainable growth policies to public education and economic development.
Encompassing hundreds of residents, business owners and community leaders, our combined voices and efforts can have real and lasting impact on the shape our county takes in the decades to come.  
Your donations will enable us to continue providing educational programs and events for the community, research and capacity building guidance to local neighborhood and citizens' groups, and to form alliances across Walton County to accomplish our shared goals. 

If you prefer, you may instead mail a check to:

PO Box 1661
Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459

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South Walton Community Council is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. All contributions are tax-deductible. South Walton Community Council’s Registration Number with the Florida Department of Agriculture-Division of Consumer Services is #CH10931. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer services by calling toll-free (1-800-435-7352) within the state, or by contacting the Division at Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the state.

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