CITY OF MIDWAY
City of Midway Florida
Our City government consists of seven elected city councilmembers, all of whom are elected city-wide, but five must live in the district they represent. Our Mayor is an elected city council member but is appointed by the city council as Mayor for a two-year term. Midway operates under a Mayor-Council/ Manager form of government, with the city council enacting policy and the city manager carrying out that policy and operating the city on a day-to-day basis. Midway has a long history dating back to the earliest days of Florida.
One common myth is that Midway was actually the point where representatives from Pensacola and St. Augustine first met to determine the Capitol of Florida, but no one has actually proven that point.
Midway is located in Gadsden County about ten miles from Tallahassee, the Capitol of Florida. We are conveniently located near the intersection of two major highways-Interstate 10 and US 90. You can have all the comforts of rural Florida, yet be only fifteen miles away from major shopping malls, two universities and a community college.