Public Information Office

The City of Pensacola seeks to inform its residents, businesses and visitors by engaging in a proactive communications system. This approach recognizes that one of the most effective and quickest ways to communicate City policies and activities to citizens is by working in partnership with the news media.

The Public Information Office:

  • Provides strategic counsel on message development for the Mayor and the various departments, divisions, and enterprises of the City;
  • Plans and executes special events and projects that advance administrative priorities;
  • Manages relationships with local, regional, and national print, broadcast and online media outlets;
  • Organizes Mayoral press conferences, local and national interviews, and announcements.

The Public Information Office also manages digital communications such as the City newsletter and various social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

Public Information
  1. UPDATE: Garden Street Temporary Lane Closure Extended

    The temporary lane closure on a section of West Garden Street between North Jefferson Street and North Tarragona Street has been extended due to weather delays. The impacted lane is now expected to reopen by Friday, Oct. 8. Additional Info...
  2. City Participating in UF/IFAS Extension Peanut Butter Challenge Starting Oct. 1

    The Peanut Butter Challenge, UF/IFAS Extension’s annual jar collection for local food pantries that launched in the Florida Panhandle in 2012, is again spreading statewide this year. Additional Info...
  3. Residents Encouraged to Monitor Flash Flood Warnings Through Friday, Sept. 17

    The National Weather Service in Mobile has forecasted a multi-day significant rainfall with the possibility of flash flooding extending into the weekend. Residents are encouraged to avoid flooded roadways when driving. Additional Info...
  4. Residents Encouraged to Monitor Potential Flash Flooding Through Thursday, Sept. 16

    The National Weather Service in Mobile has forecasted significant rainfall with the possibility of flash flooding across the western Florida Panhandle. The rain is expected to last through late Thursday, Sept. 16. Additional Info...
  5. Next Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup Set for Sept. 25

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