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  • Perdido Key Records First Sea Turtle Nest of 2023

    Jun 2, 2023
    Escambia County Sea Turtle Patrol volunteers recorded Perdido Key’s first sea turtle nest of the season early this morning, June 2. After an earlier false crawl in Perdido Key State Park, staff and volunteers believe the same female nested on the county portion of Perdido Key. May and June are the busiest nesting months in Escambia County, so more nests are expected in the coming weeks.
  • Reminder: District 1 Commissioner Jeff Bergosh to Hold June 5 Town Hall

    Jun 2, 2023
    District 1 Commissioner Jeff Bergosh will host a town hall Monday, June 5, from 6-8 p.m. at Beulah Middle School, 6001 W. Nine Mile Road. The meeting will be recorded and posted to the Escambia County YouTube channel. Residents are invited and encouraged to attend.
  • Reminder: Carpenter Creek Headwaters Project Open House June 5

    Jun 2, 2023
    The public is invited to learn about the future of the Carpenter Creek Headwaters Project at an open house event Monday, June 5, from 5-7 p.m. at Ferry Pass Middle School cafeteria, 8355 Yancey Ave. One or more Escambia County Commissioners may be in attendance.
  • BCC Weekly Meeting Schedule: June 5-9, 2023

    Jun 2, 2023
    Get involved with your local government. Check out our weekly meeting schedule for June 5-9, 2023.
  • Be "One Week Ready" During Hurricane Season

    Jun 1, 2023
    Escambia County is urging residents to remain prepared before, during and after a storm during hurricane season by stocking up on seven days worth of supplies, otherwise known as being, "One Week Ready." Hurricane season begins Thursday, June 1, and will continue until Nov. 30.


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