Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT) is offering its Student Summer Wheels program to those 17 years of age and younger.
A Special Board of County Commissioners’ Committee of the Whole Workshop has been scheduled for Monday, June 10, from 1 to 4 p.m.
Members of the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners will attend and speak at the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority Meeting (ECUA) on May 23.
Beginning Saturday, May 18, the shipwreck “Rhoda,” located approximately one half mile northeast of the old United States Coast Guard Lifesaving Station on Fort Pickens Road, will be closed to all
Escambia County’s Public Works Department has begun construction on more than $430,000 in roadway improvements designed to enhance traffic flow and address safety concerns for pedestrians.
The improvements include:
•Extending the fourth lane approaching the toll plaza so vehicles can access that lane at the foot of bridge instead of a few yards away.
•Extending the fourth lane exiting the toll plaza to give vehicles more time to merge with traffic on Pensacola Beach Boulevard.
•Lengthening the eastern transponder beach pass lane from the foot of the bridge.
•Extending the turning lane into The Grand Marlin restaurant and bridge fishing pier on the south side of the toll plaza to provide more room for vehicles to stack up.