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Vision and Values

Integrity | Innovation | Respect | Accountability | Diversity | Communication | Honesty

Alachua County is a value-driven organization dedicated to responsive, respectful and courteous customer service. Alachua County is viewed as an innovative and progressive leader in the provision of effective and efficient County Services, recognizing the needs of its diverse community.

The County provides an environment that encourages mutual respect, open communication and sharing of ideas in the decision-making process. This process includes partnerships with public and private organizations, neighborhoods and employees of Alachua County. Alachua County Government works with the community to effectively plan for growth, with the goal to balance environmental, social and community development needs.

Contact Information

P.O. Box 5547
Gainesville, FL 32627-5547
(352) 374-5204

Betty Baker
County Manager

Phone (352) 374-5204
Fax (352) 338-7363
12 SE 1st Street
Gainesville, FL 32601

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