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Yes. Complainants are not required to provide their name when reporting a code violation within the City of Pensacola. The complaint is simply entered into our database as "anonymous" with no further information added. To insure anonymity when filing a complaint, please call our office or 311 directly and ask to remain anonymous. You can also submit an anonymous 311 request electronically on the City of Pensacola website by simply not logging in or signing up.
The City could not build a new fire station next to the existing one because it would have fallen inside of the runway protection zone (RPZ) off the south end of runway 17-35. The RPZ is a trapezoid that goes out from the runway. The current station is just outside of the eastern boundary of the RPZ. The new location over by Firestone also falls just outside of the RPZ, albeit off the western boundary.
Only 10 to 12 trees of various sizes will be removed. We are only allowed to build on the outskirts of the runway exclusion zone. The majority of the cleared property is considered the runway exclusion zone and controlled by the FAA.
The City is honored to recognize all employees with milestone years of service. Currently, the City recognizes these employees with gold lapel pins. These service pins are given for 5 years to 30 years of dedicated City service. Employees with 35 years of service or more are presented with a special token, such as a medallion. These are presented by the Mayor at a monthly Mayoral Employee Recognition Event. All City employees (and their family and friends) are encouraged to attend this event. Upon retirement, employees with 20+ years of service are recognized with plaque and a retirement gift offered in the City's retirement gift brochure. Among these gifts are an engraved watch or money clip, and $100 gift cards to various establishments around Pensacola.
Alternatively, if you have a question not found in the FAQs, you can contact Pensacola 311 for non-emergency services.
Eligible Programmatic Activities include (but are not limited to): -Family/home safety training, drug and fire prevention programs, cultural exhibit areas, youth and/or family literacy programs, neighborhood computer labs, after school enrichment programs and neighborhood music, dance and/or art training programs. (Proposals for neighborhood cultural, educational and recreational programs must include detailed information about the number, ages, etc. of the residents to be served and how they will be recruited to participate. If awarded, documentation will be required on the actual participants and results of the program.) PLEASE NOTE: The association will be responsible for keeping track of all volunteer hours donated toward your project. If the project entails a programmatic activity which involves payment to persons for hours worked, the association is responsible for collecting and submitting time sheets to be paid by the City of Pensacola. The association must draw up a contract with each “employee” that includes SSN, number of hours to be worked weekly, hourly rate, start and end dates, signature of “employee”, and signature of association President. All time sheets must be signed by an association officer before they can be submitted for payment. The City of Pensacola is not responsible for calculating the number of hours worked or the amount to be paid. Eligible Association Owned Property Improvements and Landscaping projects include (but are not limited to): -Improvements to association owned property and and/or rights of way (such as islands, street lighting, sidewalk repair/construction, entryway enhancements and improvements and/or identification signs) - Total replacement and/or rehabilitation of some existing physical improvements might be deemed eligible. (This would be based on the individual circumstances and available funding and will be judged on a case- by-case basis.) Ineligible projects include (but are not limited to): - Routine maintenance or repair of existing physical improvements in a neighborhood (including, but not limited to: streets, fences, irrigation systems, storm water retention facilities, and entrance signs). - Funding for ongoing programs or administrative expenses will not be considered. - Funding of print brochures, guides, marketing and promotional materials.
The Pensacola Neighborhood Challenge Program (PNC) makes funds available to associations/organizations (for qualified projects) to make improvements in neighborhoods. a.An organization obtains an application packet from the City of Pensacola website at www.cityofpensacola.com, completes, and emails the completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications may also be mailed to Leslie Statler, Planner, in the Planning Services Department, 222 W. Main St., Pensacola, FL 32502. b.Applications are reviewed by the PNC Technical Review Committee and recommendations are forwarded to the Office of the Mayor. (NOTE: The applicant should be prepared to make a presentation on their project to the PNC Technical Review Committee proposal after submission, if requested). c.If approved, a PNC funding agreement will be mailed to the applicant. The applicant will be required to submit a signed agreement (along with the check for any “matching” cash funds) to the City of Pensacola. The agreement will then be finalized and a copy returned to the applicant (along with the reporting forms needed to complete the project). Note: Neighborhoods that have never received a PNC grant will receive priority for funding. **IMPORTANT: Grantees Must Submit “Before and After” Digital Photographs Documenting The Progress Of Their Project. **
a. An organization obtains an application packet from the City of Pensacola website at www.cityofpensacola.com, completes and emails or delivers the completed application to email@example.com. Applications may also be mailed to Leslie Statler, Planner, in the Planning Services Department at 222 W. Main Street, Pensacola, FL 32502.
b. Applications are reviewed by the PNC Technical Review Committee and recommendations are forwarded to the Office of the Mayor. (NOTE: The applicant should be prepared to make a presentation on their project proposal to the PNC Technical Review Committee after submission, if requested).
c. If approved, a PNC funding agreement will be mailed to the applicant. The applicant will be required to submit a signed agreement (along with the check for any “matching” cash funds) to the City of Pensacola. The agreement will then be finalized and a copy returned to the applicant (along with the reporting forms needed to complete the project).
NOTE: Neighborhoods that have never received a PNC grant will receive priority for funding.
*** IMPORTANT: Grantees Must Submit “Before And After” Digital Photographs Documenting The Progress Of Their Project. ***
For the purposes of this grant a “2 to 1” match is required meaning the total of all forms of match must equal at least 50% of the grant amount requested from the City. For every dollar granted by the City of Pensacola, the applicant will be required to supply fifty cents of match to the project. The match may be accomplished with a combination of any one or more of the following: cash, donated materials or service or volunteer labor. The match must meet the minimum requirement, be secured and ready to be expended. Volunteer Labor: (a) We give credit for “Volunteer labor” at a value of $20 per hour. (b) If a professional (such as an electrician or a carpenter) donates “volunteer labor”, you may calculate the value of this labor by using the hourly rate normally paid for this service. (Remember- your volunteer hours will not be accepted by vendors as payment for goods or services. The combined total of your grant and cash match must cover your project’s cash costs. (From Form “A”). In-kind donations: We give credit for donated professional services, materials or supplies at their “reasonable and customary” rates. Professionals who donate their services as part of the match cannot also receive compensation from the award money. This is intended to ensure that persons hired to provide services or skilled labor are selected on the basis of their qualifications, experience or fees, not on their willingness or ability to donate services. Cash: Must be deposited with the City before the project may begin. Examples: The cash cost of the project may be covered by a variety of combinations including the following: Let’s say the total cash needed for the applicant’s proposed project is $9,000. If approved, the City could award a cash grant of $6,000 and the applicant could “match” that award with $3,000 in cash (i.e. a “1 to 2” match). -or- The applicant association could request that the City award a cash grant of $7,500, and provide a cash match (or secure a donation in services or materials) of $1,500 plus provide 150 hours (valued at $2,250) of volunteer labor to the project for a total match of $3,750. -or- The applicant association could request that the City award a $9,000 cash grant, with the association providing 300 hours (valued at $4,500) of volunteer labor to the project. -or- Other combination of “match” equaling half the total amount of the requested grant. *PLEASE NOTE: Vendors and contractors will require actual cash. Your association must be sure all cash costs to be incurred for the project are covered (even if you do not have a cash match). a.The amount and type of match must be appropriate to the needs of the project. b.The proposed match must be spent during the implementation/construction of the project. (Costs incurred prior to an award or after the contract has ended will not be eligible as a match). c.On-going maintenance (or volunteer hour match) following the contract period will not be eligible. d.At least 25% of the association’s match must come from the association itself (as opposed to other funding sources (such as community partners or non-member businesses). e.Partner match must be not only pledged, but also secured. Secured means that the donor has specifically valued and described the contribution, and has signed the “Letter of Intent” (Form E) to confirm the commitment. f.Be sure to include fees for any required permits, and liability insurance*for signs or structures to be placed in the public right-of-way in your total project cost calculations. g.Activities that are NOT eligible as a “match” include: -Time spent preparing the PNC Matching Grant Application -Time spent fund raising -Assistance from City staff or funds from other City departments h.Your association will be responsible for keeping track of all volunteer hours donated for your project. i.A neighborhood organization, in carrying out a PNC project, must make a good faith effort to ensure they are in compliance with the American Disabilities Act. This Act extends the same civil rights protection to persons with disabilities which have already been granted on the basis of race, color, religion, sex and national origin.
Note: Applicants may not contract with vendors who are also City of Pensacola employees on PNC funded projects.*
Also, it is unlawful to operate a motor vehicle in Florida unless each passenger under the age of 16 is restrained by a safety belt or by a child restraint device. All drivers of motor vehicles are required to wear a safety belt, plus it is unlawful for any person 16 years of age or older to be a passenger in the front seat of a motor vehicle unless they are restrained by a safety belt when the vehicle is in motion. Failure to comply with any of these state laws could result in a minimum fine of $116.
Contact the Family Law Division in the Escambia County Courthouse, located at 190 W. Government St., or by calling 850-595-4331.
Mail requests can be sent to the Records Section, Pensacola Police Department, P.O. Box 1750, Pensacola, FL 32591 – 1750. Requests should include a case number if it is available.
Please contact Officer James Daniels at 850-435-1967 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact the George Stone Center, 2400 Longleaf Dr., Pensacola. The telephone number is 850-944-6775.
For information on marriage licenses, contact the Escambia County Clerk of the Court’s Office, 850-595-4300.
he city noise ordinance is in effect from 11 p.m. until 7 a.m. However, excessively loud noises can be reported to police at any time.
The Pensacola Police Department does not have a jail. All people who are charged with crimes are taken to the Escambia County Jail, which has two facilities: 2935 North L St. & 1200 W. Leonard St. The number to find out if someone has been arrested is 850-436-9676.
Requests for records may be made in writing, email, telephone, fax, letter, or in-person to: Public Records Coordinator 222 West Main Street Pensacola, FL 32502 Telephone: 850-435-1715 Email: email@example.com The requester(s) do not have to identify themselves or state the reason they desire the records. Although the public records act does not require that requests be submitted in writing, doing so provides real practical benefits to the requester by ensuring they have an accurate record of what they requested. When submitting a request, try to be as specific as possible. Rather than asking for all records over several years, consider starting with a narrow request and then make follow-up requests.
A family must be in "good standing" with Pensacola Housing and receiving PHA in order to port to another jurisdiction. This means the family must not owe any unpaid rent and are current on any over payment amounts due to Pensacola Housing or the receiving PHA in order to receive a Housing Choice Voucher to move under portability.
If you currently have a voucher and meet the above criteria contact your counselor to ask about using portability.
Illicit Dumping - Unloading or disposal of solid, semi-solid or liquid substances near or into a stormwater system. Examples include motors, containers, grass clippings and leaves.Illicit Spills - Any intentional or accidental spill of solid, semi-solid or liquid substances into or adjacent to a stormwater system. Examples include fluids from vehicles, chemicals from drums or storage tanks, used oil, paint containers or fertilizer.
Illicit Connections - Any man-made conveyance which connects non-stormwater discharges directly to a stormwater system. These illicit conveyances are located either above or below the ground and may include drains, pipes or ditches.
It is estimated that $2,800,000 will be collected at the $72.24 rate that was proposed during the 2017 fiscal year.
An overgrown pond is not eligible for a credit at this time. Eligible ponds must be maintained so that they function at the original design level. After the pond is retrofitted so that it could be expected to function at the design level, the mitigation credit will be restored.
The city may request that a professional engineer document the capacity of the pond prior to assigning a mitigation credit to the property.
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