Escambia County Under State Of Emergency (With Latest County Update)

April 30, 2014

Escambia County Emergency Response is still responding to calls for help as a result of this week’s flooding event. However, the call volume into the Escambia County 911 Center has fallen drastically since noon on Wednesday. Since the start of this disaster event Tuesday evening, Escambia County has responded to 281 cases while Escambia County Fire Rescue has responded to 266 cases. All total, the Escambia County 911 dispatch has received 4,129 calls between the start of the emergency at 4 p.m. Wednesday.

Flood waters are receeding, but drivers are asked to avoid driving if at all possible. Escambia County will begin a full inspection of roads, bridges and other infrastructure early Thurday morning.

Reopening Thursday

  • Escambia County Board of County Commission Offices
  • The Clerk of Circuit Court Offices
  • Tax Collector Janet Holley is reopening three of her locations on Thursday. Deadline for paying property taxes has been extended one day until tomorrow (Thu). Payment can be made on line or drop box.  Property Appraiser Chris Jones will also reopen his offices on Thursday.
  • The University of West Florida
  • Pensacola Christian Academy


  • The Escambia County Public School System
  • Road Closures
  • Westbound I-10 ramp to southbound I-110
  • Scenic Highway 150 ft north of Baywalk Circle
  • Scenic Highway south of Scenic Highway Circle
  • U.S. 29 north of Kingsfield Road
  • East Johnson Avenue (bridge is out)
  • Dog Track Road at Lillian Highway
  • Airport at Carpenter Creek
  • 9th Avenue at Carpenter Creek
  • Beaur Road at Serative Road
  • Roads Open with Issues
  • Northbound I-110 at mile marker 6 is restricted
  • I-10 at mile marker 5 is restricted
  • Southbound Highway 29 to westbound I-10 is restricted
  • Guidy Lane
  • Detroit Boulevard East
  • Eight Mile Creek Road
  • Jernigan Road
  • Galvin Avenue
  • Joaquin Road
  • Fairfield and 58th


One Response to “Escambia County Under State Of Emergency (With Latest County Update)”

  1. focvmpe on April 30th, 2014 11:39 pm

    Will Century Library be closed again tomorrow?

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