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Feb

2023

SRIA Announces Bands on the Beach Schedule

Pensacola Beach's popular outdoor concert series, Bands on the Beach, is back starting April 4, 2023, and features diverse bands and performances for every musical taste.
Presented by the Santa Rosa Island Authority, these free, weekly concerts are held every Tuesday night from 7-9 p.m. at the Gulfside Pavilion on Pensacola Beach – overlooking the Gulf of Mexico.

 

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Jan

2023

SRIA Hosts Quasi Judicial Hearing for Casino Beach Bar Variance Request

A quasi-judicial hearing is set for the Santa Rosa Island Authority Board on Wednesday, February 8 at 5 p.m. to hear a request for a variance to change the front building setback line from 50 feet to 20 feet to accommodate wooden deck at Casino Beach Bar.

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Jan

2023

Baby Beach Port-o-Potty and Pad Nixed By SRIA Board; January 25 Meeting Coverage

The Santa Rosa Island Authority full board voted at their January 25 meeting to remove the ten square foot concrete pad from the Baby Beach improvement project before letting it out for bid. The pad was to accommodate a portable bathroom which had drawn the ire of nearby residents. The project scope includes stormwater improvements and an ADA compliant parking place.

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Jan

2023

Pensacola Beach Sailfish Sign Fully Operational, Ospreys May Get Nesting Platform

Escambia County is pleased to announce the new Pensacola Beach Sailfish Sign is fully operational. The sign sustained damage during Hurricane Sally in 2020. Work to replace the sign began on Dec. 6, 2022. The new sign was built by Plastic Arts Sign Company of Pensacola.

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Jan

2023

SRIA A&E Committee Sends Baby Beach Plan To Full Board

D&L Committee Votes To Allow Steps to encroach onto Public Beach in trade off scenario

The Architectural and Environmental Committee received at their January 11 meeting updates that the combined dredge and beach nourish project scope had been changed. The Lafitte Cove and Little Sabine Channel dredging are to be bid as a separate project from the Baby Beach Drainage Improvements and the Baby Beach Nourishment projects.  

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