The high quality of life in Diamondhead stems from our involved residents and thriving city government. With an attractive, safe and healthy living environment, our city provides ample resources and activities for all residents. With parks, recreation and club activities for all ages, Diamondhead is a doorway to where the living is easy! For more information about key amenities, services and government entities, please see the links and information below.
For Animal Control, call non-emergency central dispatch at 228-255-9191. For animal welfare issues or lost/found pets:
SPCA of Diamondhead
Elections and Voting
Voting is very important to the forward movement of our city. Please see the resources below for registering, election districts and more. Please note: voter identification is required for all elections. For more information, please visit: msvoterid.ms.gov.
City of Diamondhead Voter Registrar, Jeannie Klein
5000 Diamondhead Circle, Diamondhead, MS 39525
228-222-4626 | email@example.com
Golf Cart Rules and Registration
Golf carts/low speed vehicles may be operated in most of the residential areas of the City of Diamondhead, but may not cross over I-10 nor be driven on I-10. While participating in parades approved by the city, golf carts/LSV’s may be operated on parade routes. Failure to follow the steps required for golf carts/LSVs to be driven legally on a public street within the city limits may result in the operator receiving a traffic ticket. The cost of such violation is the same as if the infraction occurred while driving a car.
For more information about the golf cart/low speed vehicle ordinance or to get a decal for your golf cart/LSV, please see our golf cart registration packet.
Healthcare and Human Services
Healthcare and human services access for our residents is a top priority in Diamondhead! Below is a list of healthcare and medical offices located in and around Diamondhead.
Safety is a high priority for the City of Diamondhead. Police service in Diamondhead is provided through a contract with the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office. If you need assistance, please call 228-255-9191 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Diamondhead Fire Department began as a volunteer department chartered with the State of Mississippi on January 19, 1974, and became a full-time, paid department in 1976.
In case of emergency, call 911.
Public Works and Utilities
Our office of Public Works and Utilities handles several issues and projects for our residents. For more information, see the links, forms and resources below.
Please contact City Hall at 228-222-4626 to make a work order request.