COVID-19 Community News

Click here to view city council ordinance NO. 15-20 requiring face coverings inside businesses within city limits.


CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT PUBLIC INPUT FOR VIRTUAL CITY MEETINGS.


COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION

FDOH-Escambia announced its COVID-19 Vaccination Program. COVID-19 vaccines are currently being prioritized for: health care providers with direct patient contact and Escambia County residents 65 years of age and older. If you are in one of these groups and interested in receiving a vaccine, please complete the Vaccination Request Form. Completion of this form confirms interest in vaccination. It does not secure an appointment for vaccination. FDOH-Escambia will schedule appointments based on supply availability.

Florida has launched a COVID-19 Vaccine Report that will be updated daily. This report includes a breakdown of who has received the vaccine by age, race, sex and county. As of January 3, 4,062 Escambia County residents have received the first vaccine dose.


Online dashboard covid-19



Click here for the daily COVID-19 surveillance data report from the Florida Department of Health.


COVID-19 INFORMATION FROM THE STATE OF FLORIDA:

The City of Pensacola continues to stay in daily contact with health officials at the Florida Department of Health in Escambia County, Escambia County Emergency Management and local hospitals in regard to public health concerns related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). 

The City will continue to update our residents on COVID-19 as we receive information and make changes, please sign up for our news flashes and alerts to receive notification of these announcements. 

Previous messages with information pertaining to COVID-19 can be found here. 

Information from other reliable sources can be found at the links below:

The Florida Department of Health in Escambia County Coronavirus Call Center is now available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1 (866) 779-6121 or you can email your questions to COVID-19@flhealth.gov

Visit floridahealth.gov for the most up-to-date resource for information and guidance regarding COVID-19 in Florida.

Other Community COVID-19 Resources

  1. SEAL-City-of-Pensacola

    Public Invited to Escambia Consortium HUD Consolidated Plan Meeting April 19

    The Escambia Consortium, comprised of Escambia County, the City of Pensacola, Santa Rosa County and the City of Milton, will hold a second public hearing to solicit input on the development of the Consortium’s HUD Five Year Consolidated Plan. Additional Info...
  2. ecua

    UPDATE: ECUA Main Street Project Expected to be Completed by April 23

    The Emerald Coast Utilities Authority is continuing work to replace a water main on Main Street, causing the westbound lane of Main Street from Clubbs Street to B Street to close to through traffic. Additional Info...
  3. free parking map

    Changes to Downtown Pensacola Parking Begin May 1

    In an effort to standardize downtown parking enforcement, a new rate plan in the City of Pensacola will take effect on Saturday, May 1. Additional Info...
  4. 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...
  5. PPD candidates

    Pensacola Police Chief Finalists Announced, Candidate Forum Scheduled for April 28

    The selection committee for the next Chief of Police for the Pensacola Police Department has recommended three finalists to move forward in the selection process for the position, which will ultimately be selected by Mayor Grover Robinson. Additional Info...
  6. 9th Avenue map

    UPDATE: 9th Avenue Stormwater Infrastructure Project Phase 2 to Begin April 19

    Due to weather delays, construction of the 9th Avenue Stormwater Infrastructure Project Phase 2 will begin Monday, April 19. Additional Info...
  7. cypress map

    UPDATE: Section of Cypress Street to Temporarily Detour Traffic Beginning April 22

    Due to weather delays, construction of the the Cypress Street Stormwater Infrastructure Improvement Project is now scheduled to begin Thursday, April 22. Additional Info...
  8. 041221 (1)

    FDOT’s April 15 Updates on the Pensacola Bay Bridge Recovery Efforts

    PENSACOLA, Fla. – As Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) contractors install and repair the final five trophy pieces on the Pensacola Bay Bridge, considerable efforts have shifted to the construction and completion of the ... Additional Info...
  9. Hashtag Project Workshop

    Public Invited to Provide Written Comments on Downtown Hashtag Connector Project

    The public is invited to submit written comments on Phase I of the Downtown Hashtag Connector Project. Comments may be submitted via email to David Forte at dforte@cityofpensacola.com by 5 p.m. Friday, April 23. Additional Info...
  10. flood map

    Escambia County’s Flood Maps Are Changing

    New flood hazard maps for Escambia County are ready for public review. The preliminary maps are the result of a multi-year project to develop accurate and detailed digital flood maps for the Florida Panhandle Region. Additional Info...
  11. NeighborhoodCleanup_April

    Next Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup Set for April 24 in North Hill Area

    The next Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup will be on Saturday, April 24 in a portion of the North Hill neighborhood and surrounding area. Additional Info...
  12. Pensacola Bay Bridge damage

    FDOT’s March 29 Updates on the Pensacola Bay Bridge Recovery Efforts

    Upon additional analysis of pier 70, and to safely re-open the bridge, other repair work is required, resulting in a delay in the bridge re-opening to the week of May 31, 2021. Additional Info...
  13. cervantes map

    FDOT: Lane Closures Begin on West Cervantes Street Pedestrian Safety Project

    Drivers will encounter intermittent inside lane closures on West Cervantes Street, between Dominguez Street and A Street beginning Monday, March 29. Additional Info...
  14. New United Destinations

    United Airlines Adds Four New Nonstop Flights at PNS Beginning in May

    United Airlines will offer expanded service to Pensacola, Gateway to the Gulf Coast, with four new nonstop destinations beginning in May 2021: Cleveland (CLE), Milwaukee (MKE), Cincinnati (CVG), and Pittsburgh (PIT). Additional Info...
  15. Open to the Public
  16. Spirit PNS announcement

    Pensacola International Airport Welcomes Spirit Airlines

    Spirit Airlines today announced More Go to the Florida Panhandle, with plans to bring Spirit Signature Service, brand new Airbus planes and industry-leading low fares to Pensacola International Airport starting June 10. Additional Info...
  17. Neighborhood challenge grant program

    Pensacola Neighborhood Challenge Grant Program Accepting Applications

    The City of Pensacola is now accepting applications for the spring cycle of the Fiscal Year 2020-21 Pensacola Neighborhood Challenge Grant Program through Friday, April 30. Additional Info...
  18. Nonstop flights to NYC coming to PNS summer 2021

    American Airlines Adds Nonstop Flight to New York from Pensacola International Airport

    American Airlines has announced today it will begin daily, nonstop service from Pensacola International Airport to LaGuardia Airport this summer. The Texas based carrier says the service is scheduled to begin in June and run through September. Additional Info...
  19. 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...
  20. 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...
View More >

Was this page helpful for you? Yes No