Roy Alaimo, District 3, Vice-Chair

Commissioner Roy Alaimo


Commissioner Roy Alaimo
500 San Sebastian View
St. Augustine, FL 32084
P: (904) 209-0303
C: (904) 436-3973

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November 29, 2023 - Commissioner Alaimo Supports Local Causes and Represents St. Johns County at the Florida Association of Counties – During the past few weeks, Vice Chair Roy Alaimo has been active in the St. Johns community as District 3 County Commissioner supporting local causes, as well as representing the entire county at the state level for various needs and issues. St. Johns County at the Florida Association of Counties

October 26, 2023 - St. Johns County Approves $58,000 for Continued Support of Vilano Beach Main Street Programs – During the Oct. 17 regular meeting, the St. Johns Board of County Commissioners convened as the St. Johns Community Redevelopment Agency to approve an agreement with Vilano Beach Main Street, Inc. (VBMS) for $58,000 to continue support of the non-profit organization's dedication to enhancing, promoting, and preserving the historic character of the Vilano Beach Town Center and surrounding areas. Vilano Beach Main Street Support Press Release

October 25, 2023 - Commissioner Roy Alaimo, District 3, Visits St. Augustine Youth Services Campus – In a recent visit to the St. Augustine Youth Services (SAYS) campus, Commissioner Roy Alaimo, District 3, had the privilege of touring the facilities and engaging in discussions with key figures from the organization. SAYS Development Director Tim Decker and Executive Director Schuyler Siefker hosted the visit, providing the commissioner with insights into the organization's mission and impact within St. Johns County. Commissioner Alaimo Visits St. Augustine Youth Services Campus

October 19, 2023 - St. Johns County Business Spotlight: Classic Car Museum of St. Augustine – The Classic Car Museum of St. Augustine (CCM) is a museum, event space, and classic car storage facility located at 4730 U.S. Highway 1 S. Established in 2020 by the Hobbs family – Sidney, Brenda and Madison – the museum has a calendar full of events and car shows, with many of those events benefiting community organizations. The Hobbs family shares their thoughts on being business owners here in St. Johns County. SJC Business Spotlight Classic Car Museum of St. Augustine

October 3, 2023 - St. Johns County Recognizes National 4-H Week – At the October 3, 2023 St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners Regular Meeting, Commissioner Roy Alaimo presented a proclamation to representatives from UF IFAS Extension St. Johns County 4-H recognizing October 1st through October 7th, 2023 as National 4-H Week. National 4-H Week Press Release and Photo

September 8, 2023 - St. Johns County Business Spotlight: Q-PAC Q-PAC, established in 2012, designs and manufactures industry-leading fan systems for commercial air handling units used in hospitals, educational facilities, commercial plazas, office buildings, and more. Led by CEO Matt Kent, Q-PAC is comprised of a team of 70 employees. In 2018, Q-PAC moved its headquarters to St. Johns County. Matt shares his thoughts on being a business owner in St. Johns County. SJC Business Spotlight: Q-PAC

September 5, 2023 - St. Johns County Recognizes Constitution Week – Clerk Brandon J. Patty addressed the Board of County Commissioners at the Sept. 5, 2023, Board of County Commissioners regular meeting to discuss the 236th anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution, which will take place on Sept. 17, 2023. Commissioner Roy Alaimo then presented a proclamation to Clerk Patty recognizing Sept. 17 to Sept. 23, 2023, as Constitution Week. Constitution Week Press Release | Photo 1

August 3, 2023 - U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Meeting – I was honored to attend the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary meeting at the St. Augustine Yacht Club on Aug. 3. It was wonderful to meet so many great people, listen to various issues, and update them on County projects. These included the soon-to-be-completed new boat ramp at Palm Valley West, the completed improvements to the Doug Crane Boat ramp, and the design and permitting of improvements to the boat ramp at Butler West Park (the primary focus is adding parking and dredging). I also shared that the County is in the process of permitting and getting quotes for dredging at the Riverdale boat ramp and purchasing the Genovar property, which includes 33 acres of waterfront property with deep water access to San Sebastián River. The County received grant funding from FIND and PORT, and our Fiscal Year 24 budget includes funding for design. We also discussed the completed water master plan that we presented to PORT to establish best practices for dredging county sites and to establish a needs assessment for boating access. U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Meeting Photo

July 6, 2023 - St. Johns County Approves Incentives for KeHE Distributors I was grateful to see the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved an economic incentives package related to the expansion of KeHE Distributors LLC’s operations in the County at the June 6 Board meeting, as this thriving company is located in District 3. You can learn more about this incredible win for our community's economic development.

July 4, 2023 - Treasure Beach Property Owners Association July 4 Beach Cookout – I want to extend a big thank you to everyone at Treasure Beach for hosting an incredible July 4 Beach Cookout. It was my pleasure to join you all, listen to you, and celebrate our great country on its Independence Day. Treasure Beach Property Owners Association July 4 Beach Cookout Photo

June 30, 2023 - Appointment to Board of Directors for Florida Association of Counties I am sincerely grateful to have been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Florida Association of Counties (FAC) on June 30. I look forward to representing our community within this prestigious organization that is committed to civil service and community engagement. Learn more about the FAC.

June 7, 2023 - St. Johns County Reaffirms Commitment to Hastings, Hosts Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for Wastewater Treatment Plant After $6.76 Million Upgrades – I was proud to host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly upgraded Hastings Wastewater Treatment Plant on June 7. The improvements replaced and upgraded assets at the plant to provide additional capacity to handle peak flows due to storm events, raised critical equipment above the flood elevation, and improved reliability and redundancy for maintenance and emergency response activities. Treatment Plant Ribbon Cutting Press Release | Ribbon Cutting Video | Photo

June 3, 2023 - Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Florida – It was a pleasure to join St. Johns County Sheriff Rob Hardwick and his team at the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Florida on June 3. I am grateful to Sheriff Hardwick and his team for their dedication and service to every member of our community. Click here to learn more about this wonderful cause. Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Photo

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St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners E-Newsletters. Distributed quarterly, the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners E-Newsletters provide insightful information regarding County initiatives, projects, programs, facilities, and special events. Each newsletter contains County-wide information and content specific to the respective District and the County Commissioner elected to represent that area. Please visit the registration page to sign up for the District 3 newsletter or the newsletter of any other district of interest. District 3 newsletter archive.

About Commissioner Alaimo

Roy Alaimo was appointed by Governor Ron Desantis in 2022 to serve on the St. Johns County Board of Commissioners. He previously worked for then-Congressman Ron DeSantis as a District Representative, where he acted as a liaison between constituents and federal agencies. He also served on the Board of the St. Johns County Planning and Zoning Authority.

A proven job creator, Roy owns several small businesses in the St. Johns County community where he was raised. A 40 Under 40 St. Augustine Record nominee, Roy is also a member of many local community-based organizations, including the St. Augustine Rotary, Fraternal Order of Police, Knights of Columbus, Northeast Florida Builders Association, and St. Johns County Sports Club. 

A graduate of the University of North Florida with a bachelor’s degree in political science, Roy lives in St. Augustine with his wife, Jennifer Alaimo, a local teacher, son Gavin, and daughter Hailey.