Public Affairs

The City of Biloxi Public Affairs Division works to keep the public informed of the activities of the City of Biloxi, including city projects, city meetings, road work and closures, events, and other activities through its various communication avenues. Biloxi Public Affairs is also responsible for media inquiries and the city’s branding and marketing efforts.

Contact us:

Cecilia Dobbs Walton, Public Affairs Manager –, 228-435-6336

John Majure, Public Affairs Specialist –, 228-435-6368

Digital Communications


Biloxi Public Affairs has developed a robust website filled with a plethora of information. The website is a one-stop communication tool. It includes the latest news, visitor information, rental facility details, meeting agendas, city sports leagues registrations, a list of city piers and marinas, crime mapping and geographic information systems, storm and flood prep, traffic advisories, Lighthouse Live stream, current Biloxi weather conditions, and so much more! Visit online at or by clicking here.


Biloxi Public Affairs sends out Bmails, the award-winning e-news service sent to thousands of subscribers each week, providing the latest news, photos, or videos about city projects, programs, and special events. Anyone can sign up for the free service on the city’s website, by clicking here.


Biloxi Public Affairs manages B-Alert, the city’s real-time, on-the-go messaging system to advise residents and visitors of traffic information and other advisories directly to your cell phone. Anyone with a cell phone can sign up for the text messages by texting BILOXI to 99411.

Facebook, Instagram

Biloxi Public Affairs manages all the city’s social media platforms. This includes the City of Biloxi’s Facebook and Instagram pages, as well as Facebook pages for Visit Biloxi, Biloxi Police Department, Biloxi Fire Department, Biloxi Dog Park, Point Cadet Marina, Biloxi Natatorium, Charles R. Hegwood Community Market, Donal M. Snyder Sr. Community Center, and the Biloxi Small Craft Harbor.


Biloxi Public Affairs creates, produces, and schedules programming for Biloxi Television, BTV – the city’s municipal TV channel. BTV is a mix of current events, such as City Council meetings, Biloxi A to Z, Shuckers Insider, and other presentations; safety reminders from the Biloxi Police and Fire departments; monthly infrastructure updates; and a mix of local history and local favor such as “Biloxi Cooks!”, “Postcards from Biloxi”, Biloxi Through the Ages”, and more. BTV is available to Biloxi residents with Sparklight, channel 56, and Uverse channel 99. BTV is also streamed online and can be seen by clicking here.


Biloxi Public Affairs creates numerous videos for BTV. Videos include a cooking show, monthly updates from the Biloxi Shuckers, infrastructure updates, recruiting videos, events, and other random happenings in Biloxi. Videos are shared online and on social media and are archived on YouTube. To visit the city’s channel, click here.


Biloxi Public Affairs broadcasts City Council meetings and workshops during the meetings. The recordings are posted on BTV and on the city’s YouTube channel


Biloxi Public Affairs produces photography and videography for strategic communications and provides support (photos, video) for city departments.


Biloxi Public Affairs keeps the residents and visitors connected to Biloxi through printed material. The division oversees the coordination, preparation, and distribution of the city’s departmental publications including brochures, flyers, rack cards, and other public notifications. The publications are posted online and on social media as well as displayed at various city facilities.

BNews Monthly

The division produces the citywide BNews Monthly newsletter, a compendium of what’s happening in Biloxi. The newsletter is delivered at the beginning of each month to ALL Biloxi addresses and is displayed at various city facilities and online. To see the latest issue and an archive of issues, click here.

City Logo

Biloxi’s logo is trademarked and its use and guidelines are overseen by Biloxi Public Affairs. For more information and to request the use of the city logo, click here.

Other information

Media inquiries – email

High-resolution photos, click here