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City of Pensacola Ordinance 15-20 requiring face coverings to be worn inside businesses within City of Pensacola limits expired on April 22, 2021, and is no longer in effect.

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  1. Sanitation worker during neighborhood cleanup

    Next Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup Set for Sept. 25

    The next Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup will be on Saturday, Sept. 25 in a portion of the Scenic Heights neighborhood and Spanish Trail area. Please see the cleanup map for details. Additional Info...
  2. Caitlin Cerame

    Caitlin Cerame Selected as New Transportation Planner

    Caitlin Cerame has been selected as the new Transportation Planner for the City of Pensacola. In this role, Cerame will be responsible for developing and overseeing the City's Complete Streets Program. Additional Info...
  3. Gov. DeSantis

    Monoclonal Antibody Site Opening at Bayview Community Center

    Today, Gov. Ron DeSantis was joined by Floridians who have received monoclonal antibody treatments, and announced that Florida will open a new monoclonal antibody treatment site in Escambia County at Bayview Community Center. Additional Info...
  4. National Preparedness Month

    'Prepare to Protect' During National Preparedness Month

    Escambia County and the City of Pensacola encourage residents to join in observing National Preparedness Month in September, recognized each year by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Additional Info...
  5. Sanitation worker during neighborhood cleanup
  6. Port of Pensacola
  7. no recycling

    City of Pensacola Recycling Temporarily on Hold

    Due to damage from a fire at the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority's Materials Recycling Facility, recycling for City of Pensacola Sanitation customers is temporarily on hold. Additional Info...
  8. diversity exchange

    Small Businesses Invited to Connect at Pensacola Supplier Diversity Exchange Sept. 21

    Small business owners and suppliers are invited to connect at the Pensacola Supplier Diversity Exchange on Tuesday, Sept. 21, a free event featuring opportunities to market goods and services directly with local and state buyers. Additional Info...
  9. 311 Info Graphic

    Residents Encouraged to Use 311 for Easy Access to City Services

    The City of Pensacola reminds and encourages residents to take advantage of Pensacola 311 as their single point of contact for a variety of non-emergency city service requests, including Sanitation Services, drainage or roadway issues, Code Enforcement... Additional Info...
  10. Kayaks

    Kayaks, Stand-Up Paddleboards and More Now Available to Rent at Bayview

    Pensacola residents and visitors can now enjoy more opportunities to explore Bayview Park and the surrounding waterways through the Bayview Outdoor Pursuits Center. Additional Info...
  11. FDOOT

    FDOT Re-Opens the Pensacola Bay Bridge

    PENSACOLA, Fla. – Today, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has re-opened the Pensacola Bay Bridge, restoring the vital connection between the communities of Gulf Breeze and Pensacola along U.S. 98. Additional Info...
  12. Electric Vehicle Policy

    Mayor Robinson Implements Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Policy

    Mayor Grover Robinson has implemented the Mayoral Policy 21-01, Electric Vehicle Ready Pensacola, in an effort to help the City of Pensacola be a leader in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Additional Info...
  13. Eric Randall

    Eric Randall Selected as Next Chief of Police for Pensacola Police Department

    Eric Randall has been selected by Mayor Grover Robinson as the next Chief of Police for the Pensacola Police Department, after a nationwide search, public participation and thorough review by the selection committee and mayor. Additional Info...
  14. Crosswalk

    FDOT: New pedestrian signal and crosswalk installed on Ninth Avenue

    A new pedestrian crosswalk and signal has been installed on Ninth Avenue, just south of Springhill Drive. Pedestrians will be allowed to safely cross Ninth Avenue on the south side of the Carpenters Creek Bridge. Additional Info...
  15. permit map 1

    City Launches New Interactive Online Permit Map

    The City of Pensacola has launched a new interactive online permit map, which provides a user-friendly experience for residents, real estate agents and property owners to access city permitting information online. Additional Info...
  16. 2021 sched

    2021 Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup Schedule Now Available

    The 2021 Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup Schedule is now available, with the first cleanup of the year scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 30 in the downtown area, including portions of surrounding neighborhoods. Additional Info...
  17. Park pensacola

    City of Pensacola Launches New Parking App

    The City of Pensacola has launched a new parking app, making it easy for residents and visitors to find and pay for parking on their mobile device. Additional Info...
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