Quick Announcements (Updated 04/25/2022)

April 25, 2022 – Paving Workshop

April 21, 2022 – Pass Christian Grant Summary

April 6, 2022 – PSA: Grayson Ave Water Service Interuption

March 10, 2022 – Health & Wellness Fair Flyer

Feb 28, 2022 – ROAD CLOSURE

Feb 12, 2022 – Police Rules for 2022 Mardi Gras Parade

Jan 26, 2022- Civil Service Meeting Cancellation

Dec 28, 2021 – CITY HALL closed for CONSTRUCTION

Dec 28, 2021 – Civil Service Meeting Rescheduled to 01/26

Dec 21, 2021 – City Office Holiday Hours

Dec 14, 2021 – WLOX New Year’s Blood Drive

Nov 23, 2021 – Christmas In The Pass Info

Nov 23, 2021 – Epsy Gun Range Project

Nov 22, 2021 – Breakfast with the Mayor Video Feed

Nov 05, 2021 – Road Closure Announcement

Nov 04, 2021 – 25th Annual Holiday Boutique

Oct 12, 2021 – West Pass Station Development

Oct 2, 2021 – PC Final TIF Bond

Oct 2, 2021 – City Res Adopting TIF Plan


August 8, 2021 – PSA: FLOOD PLAIN Management Notice

July 29, 2021 – PRESS Release: Harrison County untility Authority

May 4, 2021 – Continuation Certified Motion fo ZETA & COVID-19 –



April 1, 2021 – Golf Cart Ordinance

Jan 25, 2021 – PSA: Charlot Death – Reward Announcement

For up-to-date and accurate information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit coronavirus.gov


The city of Pass Christian, or “the Pass” as locals refer to it, begins near the western boundary of Harrison County. Originally named for a nearby deep water channel, the Pass had been occupied first by Native Americans, then by Spanish and French explorers. The 19th century brought an influx of wealthy New Orleanians, who built beach and summer homes on the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi Sound, and the area became a famous and favorite tourist destination. Many of these historic mansions along Scenic Drive were demolished or heavily damaged in Hurricanes Camille and Katrina, but enough were repaired or restored to preserve the majestic dignity of Scenic Drive.   Pass Christian has a first-class municipal harbor, which was rebuilt following Hurricane Katrina and expanded to more than twice its original size. This municipal harbor is where the Mississippi Coast’s primary shrimp fleet and commercial fishing boats share space with privately owned sailboats, yachts, and pleasure craft of all sizes. The waters off the Pass Christian shore are home to some of the premier oyster reefs in the world. With a population of nearly 5,000, Pass Christian is a blend of beach town, upscale homes, quirky cottages, and laid-back style.

Pass Christian is just minutes away from Beachfront Casinos, Luxurious Hotels, Boutique Shopping, Great Local Restaurants, Multiple Golf Courses, Boating, Fishing, and Beachfront relaxation as far as the eye can see.


Places to stay

Hotel Pass Christian

  • 116 W. Scenic Drive
  • Pass Christian, MS 39571
  • Phone: (228) 222-2062

is a 10-room boutique hotel featuring a spa and walking distance from Pass Christian shopping, fishing and Bacchus On the Beach.


Hotel Whiskey

  • 115 Davis Avenue
  • Pass Christian, MS 39571
  • Phone: (228) 493-6200

is a boutique hotel offering 11 beautifully appointed rooms, one of which is a luxurious 1,000 square foot master suite.