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Reimagine Jackson Street - What's Your Vision

2nd Public Workshop

Tuesday, May 24
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Brownsville Community Center
3200 W De Soto St

Images from the 1st Public Workshop - Click to Enlarge

Reimagine Jackson Street Project Public Workshop 1
Reimagine Jackson Street Project Public Workshop 1
Reimagine Jackson Street Project Public Workshop 1
Reimagine Jackson Street Project Public Workshop 1

Thank you for providing your input and vision for Jackson Street. Our team of design experts heard your ideas at the 1st Public Workshop and through the survey.

Come see the results of your feedback and let us know what you think. With your help, we can develop an implementable Master Plan for Jackson Street that addresses the community's needs and desires.

To see the survey results or view the presentation at the 1st Public Workshop, click on the links below.

Escambia County, the City of Pensacola, and their Community Redevelopment Agencies (CRA), are partnering to determine a Vision for West Jackson Street.

The goal of the effort is to develop an implementable master plan for the corridor. Proposed improvements will complement the existing communities and address safety, mobility, and sustainable, long-term economic redevelopment.

 
The Project Limits Run Along West Jackson Street, Between A Street and Fairfield Drive.
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Project Purpose

Jackson Street is a unique and historic street that traverses a diverse and predominantly residential community. The street connects downtown Pensacola and the western portion of Escambia County.

The City of Pensacola is growing, and more families are choosing to live along Jackson Street. This growth, combined with a lack of adequate sidewalks and crosswalks and other road infrastructure, makes safety a major concern for drivers, pedestrians, and bicyclists.

The Master Plan will include the community’s needs and desires and lead to a feasible transportation and redevelopment plan.

Community Vision & Implementation Master Plan
Allocate/Apply for Funding
Engineering Design
Construction

BE INVOLVED IN DEVELOPING THE COMMUNITY VISION (PHASE 1)

Your feedback is critical to developing a successful plan to improve the Jackson Street corridor.
JAN-MAR
APR-MAY
JUN-OCT
  • 1st Public Workshop
  • Collect Existing Conditions
  • Public Survey
  • 2nd Public Workshop
  • Implementation Plan
  • Conceptual Design, Cost Estimate
2022
2022
2022
JAN-MAR
  • 1st Public Workshop
  • Collect Existing Conditions
2022
APR-MAY
  • Public Survey
  • 2nd Public Workshop
2022
JUN-OCT
  • Implementation Plan
  • Conceptual Design, Cost Estimate
2022