As Escambia County faces low temperatures this week, it is important to prepare your family, pets and home for winter weather.
New Emergency Notification System (Alert Escambia) coming soon. Please check back for more information.
Escambia County has issued a series of articles for the public regarding post-flood tips, such as mold prevention and reentering and repairing your flooded home, as well as information pertaining
Look up your address! - Find information about a property such as county commission district, water franchise jurisdictions, school zones, voting precinct, emergency management, hurricane evacuation zone, and more. To use, please enter a portion of your street address OR a portion of the parcel reference number (format sec-twn-rng-sub-lot-blk) and press the search button then from the results list please click on an address and your report will display in about 10-30 seconds. Please be patient as this service is still being fine tuned and is subject to change.
Governor Rick Scott joined state and local officials today to mark the beginning of the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season at the Escambia County Emergency Operation Center (EOC). The season, which extends from June 1, through November 30, represents the period when hurricanes are most likely to form in the Atlantic Ocean.