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26

Oct

2020

Officials Ask Citizens to Prepare for Zeta

Escambia County is encouraging residents and visitors to closely monitor official weather sources for information regarding Tropical Storm Zeta. The National Weather Service of Mobile is forecasting potential local impacts from Tropical Storm Zeta to include heavy rainfall, a high rip current risk, rough surf, coastal flooding, strong winds and severe weather by the middle of next week.

26

Oct

2020

Beach Advocates President Pens Letter to Members

Dear PBA Members,

Thank you to all who attended our annual meeting.  I’d like to especially thank Jaimie Crittenden, Ben Clabaugh , Terry Preston , Liz Hewson and Glenn Windham for their service on boards and committees last year. 

23

Oct

2020

FDOT Updates on Pensacola Bay Bridge

- Garcon Point Bridge Tolls suspended until 6 a.m. November 13.
- The Pensacola Bay Bridge has a targeted re-opening date of early March 2021

 

21

Oct

2020

Pensacola Beach Lifeguards Shift to Winter Staffing

Pensacola Beach Lifeguards shifted to winter staffing levels on Monday, Oct. 19, and the lifeguard towers have been taken off the beach until the 2021 lifeguard season. Lifeguards will maintain a presence on Pensacola Beach throughout the winter primarily via patrol vehicles, but they will have a presence at the Casino Beach location only after Oct. 19. 

19

Oct

2020

Bah, Humbug. Beach Chamber Cancels Surfing Santa Parade

The Beach's holiday parade - the Surfing Santa Beach Parade, originally scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 6 at 2 p.m. on Via de Luna, has been canceled due to the current event code restrictions currently in place by the Santa Rosa Island Authority regarding Covid-19.

“We are disappointed to cancel another annual event on the island, but the safety of the public remains our top concern,” Patty Spradling, Executive Director of the Beach Chamber. “We look forward to hosting this established event again next year and hope that you’ll make plans to join us.”

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