Contact Information:
352 447-4107 Office

​352-447-2203 ext 104

352-221-3868 Cell
Monday-Friday 9:00am to 12:00pm




Contact Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission 

Contact the Manatee Hotline if a dead or injured Manatee is observed
at 888-404-3922
or Text
or call #FWC or *FWC from your cell phone
or use VHF Channel 16 on your marine radio.


Call the Nuisance Alligator Hotline for problem gators
at 866-FWC-GATOR (392-4286)
For more information on the FWC Alligator Management Program go to

Contact Nature World Wildlife Rescue for injured or orphaned birds, squirrels, bobcats, fox, deer, otters, rabbits, armadillos, oppossums and raccoons
at 352-621-5575

Contact Squirrel Rescue for orphaned or injured squirrels
at 352-486-6605 or 904-591-7791

Contact a local nuisance trapper for problems with wild animals (pigs, raccoons, etc)


Enjoy them from a distance and help maintain their natural environment.



For Your Pet’s Safety 

Purchasing a pet tag at Town Hall for your pet will be a safeguard

should one stray or become lost.  Pet tags are $5.00 per animal and are good for one year. 

Documentation of vaccination is required.

Some simple guidelines to help keep you and your pet safe.


          Keep your animals up to date with vaccinations:  Rabies, parvo, distemper and other vaccinations are available.  Call the Humane Society or Levy County Animal Control for more information on any low cost vaccine clinics.


                Do not attempt to feed or handle wild animals:  If your hand smells like food, wild animals may very well bite it!  Wild animals such as raccoons, foxes, feral dogs, and cats and more can carry rabies and other diseases that can be transmitted to your pets and to humans.


                Do not leave animal feed outside at any time:  Wild animals love dog and cat food.  They will get accustomed to coming to your house for dinner.  It will also increase the risk that they will fight with your pet over that food.


                Do not let your pets roam beyond your property:  This increases the chance that your pet will come in contact with a wild and possibly infected wild animal.