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City of PCB selling 10 residential and commercial lots

Post Date:06/01/2018 10:02 AM

Thomas Drive property This map shows the Thomas Drive property. 

The City of Panama City Beach is selling 10 residential and commercial lots located within the city’s utility service area, both inside and outside the Panama City Beach city limits. The lots and locations are:

  • Three lots at 224 16th St.
  • Three lots at 100 Argonaut St. 
  • 506 Argonaut St.
  • 198 Lantana St.
  • 3.26 acres east of Thomas Drive and west of Wahoo Circle
  • 3.218 acres north of Delwood Beach Road and south of Magnolia Beach Road

The minimum bid on any individual lot cannot be less than 90 percent of the current appraisal value. A copy of bid requirements and appraisals can be obtained between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Utilities Department in the Public Services Building, 116 S. South Arnold Road. Bidders should have sealed bids returned to City Hall, 110 S. Arnold Road, by 2 p.m. on June 20. Late submitted proposals will not be considered and no time extensions will be permitted. The city may accept or reject any or all bids in whole or in part.

Inquiries and requests for further information about bidding should be directed in writing to Al Shortt, PCB Utilities Director, at

Information is being posted by Public Information Officer Debbie Ward. She can be reached at