For more information visit MyEscambia.com/community/lost and follow @EscambiaLOST on Twitter
Survey Results: Parks & Community Centers For more information visit MyEscambia.com/community/lost and follow @EscambiaLOST on Twitter
Share your thoughts with the Committee on the Needs Assessment & future projects
The RESTORE Advisory Committee Wants Your Input Share your thoughts with the Committee on the Needs Assessment & future projects
Learn what the County has done to benefit our community using Local Option Sales Tax
Escambia County Six Month Flood Report Learn what the County has done to benefit our community using Local Option Sales Tax
For more information visit MyEscambia.com/community/lost and follow @EscambiaLOST on Twitter
Local Option Sales Tax and the West Florida Public Library System For more information visit MyEscambia.com/community/lost and follow @EscambiaLOST on Twitter
Visit MyEscambia.com/purchasing for local business opportunities
Do Business with Escambia County through our Local Preference Initiative Visit MyEscambia.com/purchasing for local business opportunities
For more information visit MyEscambia.com/community/lost and follow @EscambiaLOST on Twitter
Share your thoughts with the Committee on the Needs Assessment & future projects
Learn what the County has done to benefit our community using Local Option Sales Tax
For more information visit MyEscambia.com/community/lost and follow @EscambiaLOST on Twitter
Visit MyEscambia.com/purchasing for local business opportunities
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Escambia County’s Local Preference Initiative

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 10:45am

Escambia County adopted a Local Preference Initiative on September 16, 2013, to improve local business access to bidding on vehicles and equipment being sought for purchase by the County. The initiative took effect October 1, 2013. The Escambia County website, MyEscambia.com, has implemented an alert specifically for businesses and residents interested in updates regarding Purchasing, a division of Budget and Management Services.

Escambia County Six Month Flood Report

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 10:45am

Six months after the rain began to fall on April 29, the sheer scope of the flood’s impact on Escambia County is staggering. One resident lost her life, hundreds were displaced from their homes and entire neighborhoods were torn apart by the rising waters. As of the end of September, 466 Escambia County residents are still displaced from their homes as a result of the devastating floods. In all, the floods caused an estimated $90 million in damage to the County’s infrastructure and facilities.

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