Pensacola e-newsletter

Last Chance to Give Your Input: Our Annual Resident Satisfaction Survey Closes Tomorrow! 

Don't forget to complete the City of Pensacola's annual Resident Satisfaction Survey by TOMORROW, Friday, Jan. 10 at 11:59 p.m. City residents are encouraged to complete the anonymous survey online at

The survey asks residents about their satisfaction with a variety of city services and facilities, including street lights, sidewalks, neighborhood safety and more, also prompting participants to rank their top priorities for the City of Pensacola.

Read more about the survey in the city's press release.

Two days left to take the Resident Satisfaction Survey

Mayor's 2020 Neighborhood Schedule Now Available 

The 2020 Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup Schedule is now available, with the first cleanup of the year scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 25 in the downtown area.

The Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup allows residents in the cleanup areas to leave eligible items at the curb on cleanup day to be picked up by City of Pensacola Sanitation Services. The cleanup includes bulk items such as household appliances, furniture and mattresses, bicycles and toys, tires and old paint. All city neighborhoods have a cleanup once a year during the months of January through October.

View the Mayor's Neighborhood Cleanup schedule below or by visiting the city's website.
Mayor's 2020 neighborhood cleanup map

Lee street map of construction

Lee Street Stormwater Improvement Project Begins Jan. 13 

Construction of the Lee Street Stormwater Improvement Project will begin Monday, Jan. 13. The goal of the project is to provide stormwater drainage improvements to lessen flooding issues in the area.

Construction is expected to take approximately 140 days, weather permitting. The project will include demolition of three residences at 925, 927 and 975 W. Lee St., which were acquired by the city through the HMGP funding. After the residences are demolished, a new stormwater retention pond will be constructed in the vacated area. Underground drainage infrastructure will also be installed to connect the new pond to the existing pond, which will reduce roadway and private property flooding in the local area as a result of high intensity rainfall events.

Read more about the project in the city's press release.

Battalion Chief Jose Cobbs and Fire Chief Ginny Cranor shake hands

Congratulations to Our Newest Pensacola Fire Department Battalion Chief!

Please join us in congratulating Captain Jose Cobbs on his promotion to Battalion Chief for the Pensacola Fire Department! Battalion Chief Cobbs' promotion will go into effect on Jan. 13.

Cobbs and team

Need to Dispose of Your Christmas Tree? Use One of the City's Drop-Off Sites Now Through Jan. 31

The City of Pensacola is offering several Christmas tree collection sites now through January 31. City Sanitation customers can also leave their tree curbside to be picked up on their normal yard waste pickup day.

Please remove all decorations before dropping off your tree or leaving it at the curb.

Drop-off sites are as follows:

  • Summit Boulevard, next to old Fire Station 3
  • East Maxwell Street underneath I-110
  • Bill Gregory Park near the back of the park, dead-end of “W” Street and Navy Boulevard
Christmas tree drop-off sites: Summit Boulevard, next to old Fire Station 3 East Maxwell Street underneath I-110 Bill Gregory Park near the back of the park, dead-end of “W” Street and Navy Boulevard. The collection sites are open until Jan. 31, 2020

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