District 3 - Commissioner
Commissioner Nathan Boyles grew up in North Okaloosa County. He possesses a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in environmental engineering from Florida State University, and went on to attend FSU College of Law where he earned his law degree.
Commissioner Boyles’ strongly held belief that local communities are strengthened by investing locally is demonstrated through several business ventures, including:
A successful law practice, Nathan D. Boyles, P.A, which operates out of a renovated historic structure, built in 1938 as a Standard Oil gas station in Downtown Crestview.
The Main Street Land Title Company, which was founded by Nathan in 2010 and is now one of the top performing full-service real estate title offices in North Okaloosa County.
Okaloosa County’s only winery, Yellow River Winery, owned by Nathan and his wife Crystal. The winery is an opportunity to support local farmers and retailers by purchasing fruit grown in Okaloosa County and nearby communities which is then processed in Okaloosa County and ultimately sold as wine by local retailers.
Commissioner Boyles also believes that local communities are strengthened through the investment of “sweat-equity” and he contributes to a variety of local organizations including Rotary, the local Chambers of Commerce and the Main Street Crestview Association.
Commissioner Nathan Boyles and his wife Crystal currently have one child, a son named Beau.
He is committed to his responsibility as Commissioner to meet the needs of the current citizens of Okaloosa County and to adequately plan for future growth so that Okaloosa County’s current and future citizens (like little Beau) can continue to enjoy a high quality of life now and into the future.
Commissioner Boyles is the liaison officer
for the following committees:
Florida Association of Counties, Okaloosa-Walton Transportation Planning Organization (TPO), West Florida Regional Planning Council, Building Industry Association, Library Cooperative, Law Library
Clerk of Courts, Information Systems, Purchasing, Water and Sewer and Growth Management