About Pascagoula, MS From the Web…
“Pascagoula, one of Mississippi’s largest cities, is the County Seat of Jackson County. It is home to approximately 24,000 residents with a daytime population of perhaps twice that many. Though Pascagoula boasts grand Spanish moss laden live oaks, splendid ante-bellum structures and charms of the old South, she also has the breeziness, pleasant ambiance and architecture of a New England fishing village. While she enjoys a comfortable coexistence with some mammoth industries, she stubbornly maintains the quiet dignity, quality of life and tenacious preservation of natural beauty more characteristic of a rural community.”
“Nestled in the majestic Pascagoula River Basin, the county offers rich natural charm and hospitality that is second to none! The Spanish moss laden oaks, splendid ante-bellum structures and bustling downtown centers make this a place that you won’t soon forget. In addition to the great amenities of the Gulf, Jackson County has an affordable cost of living, convenience in traveling and shopping, outstanding healthcare and educational facilities and enriching cultural activities.”
We serve the following cities:
Pascagoula, Moss Point, Gautier, Ocean Springs, Biloxi, Gulfport, Long Beach, Bay Saint Louis, and Picayune, and Mobile, Prichard, Fairhope, Daphne, and Saraland in Alabama, and Slidell in Louisiana, and Bellview in Florida.
We serve the following counties:
Jackson, Harrison, Stone, and George, and Mobile and Baldwin in Alabama, and St. Tammany Parish in Louisiana, and Marion in Florida.