The Mass Transit Advisory Committee (MTAC) meeting that had been advertised for Wednesday, April 1, will not be held. The meeting had been rescheduled to an earlier time but remained in the County's meeting schedule advertisement.
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Alert Escambia, a new emergency alert notification system, is now online and available for Escambia County residents.
On Friday, March 13, a Special Magistrate with the Office of Environmental Enforcement ruled against the management of the Rolling Hills Construction and Demolition Debris Landfill located at 6990 Rolling Hills Road in Escambia County.
The State of Florida recognizes the week of February 2 through 6 as Severe Weather Awareness Week and Escambia County Emergency Management is encouraging you to learn more about the potential weather hazards that threaten our area.
An incident took place today at the Escambia County Jail resulting in a 38-year-old African-American male inmate being transported to a local hospital for medical treatment.
The circumstances surrounding this event are now under investigation by the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office. Escambia County Corrections is fully cooperating with the Sheriff’s Office investigators.