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Grover C. Robinson, IV

Commissioner Grover Robinson Headshot

Commissioner Grover C. Robinson, IV, is a seventh generation Pensacolian who grew up in Escambia County’s District 4. First elected to his home district in 2006, Commissioner Robinson became a Florida Certified Commissioner in June 2008 and served as the Escambia County Board of County Commissioner's Chairman in 2009. Additionally, he is currently serving as the president of the Florida Association of Counties.

Office: (850) 595-4940
221 Palafox Place, Ste 400
Pensacola, FL 32502
Home: (850) 430-4552
4165 Baisden
Pensacola, FL 32503
221 Palafox Place, Suite 400
Pensacola, FL 32502

Reminder: RESTORE Project Portal Workshop (District 4)

Escambia County is hosting a community workshop for the Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability, Tourist Opportunities, and Revived Economies (RESTORE) project submission portal on Tuesday, August 11, at 5:30 p.m., at the Gull Point Community Center (7000 Spanish Trail Road).

The purpose of the workshop is to introduce the public to the portal, answer questions regarding application preparation and submission, and encourage collaboration. Citizens are also encouraged to bring their own projects and ask one-on-one questions.

June 29 Notice of Intent: Mosquito Control Adulticides - District 4

In an effort to reduce the mosquito population in Escambia County, the Mosquito Control Division has filed a Notice of Intent to proceed with a “fogging mission” today in parts of District 4 (maps provided below).

When possible, pre-application surveillance is performed with post application surveillance to follow. Methods used to determine necessary fogging mission activity include dry ice-baited light traps, landing rate counts and receiving focally located service requests from the public.

Commissioner Robinson Receives FAC Presidential Advocacy Award

2015 Presidential Advocacy Award Recipients

This week, Commissioner Grover C. Robinson, IV was awarded the Florida Association of Counties' (FAC) Presidential Advocacy Award. The Presidential Advocacy Award is given to Commissioners who go above and beyond in advocating for local governments during the legislative session.  This year was a seminal year as the awardees made multiple trips to Tallahassee to fight for the counties priority issues and preserve homerule.

Overnight Lane and Ramp Closures Planned for I-10

The right lane of eastbound Interstate 10 (I-10) near U.S. 90 (Scenic Highway) in Escambia County will be closed Monday, June 1, through Friday, June 5, from 7 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.

In addition, the on-ramp from Scenic Highway to eastbound I-10 will be closed during this time. Traffic will be detoured to Davis Highway for access to eastbound I-10. The closures will allow crews to pave the on-ramp.


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