Hurricane Idalia Recovery

Your City of Live Oak Government, with assistance from local, State, and Federal partner agencies, are working hard to help the community recover in the aftermath of Idalia.

Below you can find the locations of resources to help you, including daily necessities such as food, drinking water, bathing facilities, and laundry services. There are also links to services that can help you find financial assistance for home repair or rental assistance, and much more.

There is a long road ahead of us to recover fully, but we are here for you every step of the way. If you have found this page, please help your neighbors by sharing it. Together, we are #liveoakstrong.

Agriculture Losses

UF/IFAS Extension encourages all Farmers, Ranchers and Producers to visit our website:–resources/#d.en.615922 for more information and to complete surveys and forms related to any commercial ag losses.

Property Damage?

Was your property damaged by Hurricane Idalia? Please report all damages to the Office of the Suwannee County Property Appraiser, Ricky Gamble, at the link below. The online form only takes a few moments to complete, but is incredibly important because an accurate accounting of damage throughout the County will increase the amount of assistance available to help the community rebuild. By working together, we all stay #SuwanneeStrong