From the Office of the Mayor
Mayor Grover Robinson at Swearing In Ceremony

News and Announcements
  1. City of Pensacola Hurricane Sally Recovery Update #2

    Latest information about City of Pensacola Hurricane Sally recovery efforts, including downed tree clearing, damage assessments and more. Additional Info...
  2. Free Tarps and Water Available at Several City Community Centers Monday

    City of Pensacola Parks and Recreation, in coordination with the Escambia County Emergency Operations Center and FEMA, will be distributing free tarps and water on Monday, Sept. 21 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. or until supplies are gone. Additional Info...
  3. Free Tarps Available at Fire Stations 1 and 6 Starting at 1 p.m. Today

    Pensacola Fire Department, in coordination with the Escambia County Emergency Operations Center and FEMA, will be distributing free tarps starting at 1 p.m. today, Sunday, Sept. 20 at Fire Stations 1 and 2. Limit 2 per household. Additional Info...
  4. City of Pensacola Hurricane Sally Recovery Update

    City of Pensacola staff have been working diligently to clear downed trees from city roadways, restore traffic signals, clear stormwater ponds, assess damages and more since Hurricane Sally made landfall. Additional Info...
  5. Updated Curfew Hours for Escambia County, City of Pensacola

    The curfew in Escambia County due to Hurricane Sally has been extended through Sunday, Sept. 20, with new curfew hours of 12:01 a.m. to 6 a.m. This curfew includes the City of Pensacola. Additional Info...
  6. Food and Water Distribution Sites Announced in Escambia County

    Food and water will be distributed at the following locations from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19 through Monday, Sept. 21 in the aftermath of Hurricane Sally. Additional Info...
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City Project News

Bill Gregory Stormwater Park Project

Bill Gregory Stormwater men working

In December 2014, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) awarded over $11 million from its Gulf Environmental Benefit Fund to fund a series of six stormwater treatment and stream restoration projects designed to aid in the restoration of our “beautiful bayou.” One of those projects was the Bill Gregory Park Regional Stormwater Treatment Facility Project. 


A city-wide program is underway to resurface more than 1,800 blocks, or approximately 119-miles of city streets and roadways. In addition, Pensacola Energy is replacing 46-miles of obsolete cast-iron natural gas main. 

Pensacola Bay Ferry System

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There are  now two new ways to get to Fort Pickens, both by sea. The Turtle Runner and Pelican Perch are the Park Service’s new 150-passenger, catamaran-style ferry boats. 

Fire Station 3

In the words of Pensacola Fire Chief Ginny Cranor, it is actually starting to look like a fire station. The new fire station #3 is being built just west of its current location on Summit Blvd. Work is well underway despite a halt in construction late last year.