The city is working with FEMA on multiple projects to restore and repair city parks, boardwalks, waterfront areas and public amenities that were damaged by Hurricane Sally. Projects are expected to be completed by Summer 2022, except for Wayside Park.
Access and track FEMA project status updates by visiting the City of Pensacola Capital Improvement Projects Dashboard.
View the archive below for park-related FEMA project status updates issued by the City of Pensacola Public Information Office.
Community Maritime Park and Sanders Beach
PRESS RELEASE ISSUED: DEC. 2, 2021
The city began repairs in Dec. to waterfront areas of Community Maritime Park and Sanders Beach that were damaged during Hurricane Sally. These projects are the first of many repairs to be completed as the city continues to work with FEMA.
Plaza de Luna
PRESS RELEASE ISSUED: FEB. 9, 2022
The city began repairs in Feb. to the Plaza de Luna boardwalk and park that was damaged during Hurricane Sally. Plaza de Luna will be closed while repairs are completed. Repairs began Feb. 16, with an estimated completion date of August 2022. NOTE: Estimated project timeline has been updated since the issue of initial press release.
PRESS RELEASE ISSUED: MAY 26, 2022
The city completed repairs to the Sanders Beach pier and boardwalk that was damaged during Hurricane Sally. The project included boardwalk repairs, landscaping and new sidewalks.