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The Communications & Public Affairs Office was established in 1997 and is a Division of the City Manager's Department.                                                                                    

The Public Affairs Office is responsible for the internal and external communications of the City of Kissimmee. Examples of the projects undertaken by the Public Affairs Office include, but are not limited to publishing a monthly employee newsletter, an annual community guide book, media relations, managing a government TV channel, coordinating a variety of special events, in addition to public affairs programs, crisis communications, marketing campaigns, film permits, e-marketing, web site management, advertising, promotions, residents academies, on-hold messaging, public speaking, resident surveys, intergovernmental programs, and coordinating special projects for the City Commission. 

The Public Affairs Office has earned numerous awards from local, state and national associations in the communications/ public relations arena. These include recognition from the Florida Public Relations Association, Florida Government Communicators Association and the City-County Communications & Marketing Association. 

For more information or to schedule a Media Interview, please contact the Communications & Public Affairs Office:

Melissa Zayas-Moreno

Communications & Public Affairs Officer

P: 407-518-2314