Capital projects are a major driver of tourism to the area for both locals and visitors, benefiting both Santa Rosa County and the project owners.
Phase one of the Boulevard construction gains traction as Santa Rosa County Development Services continues to review site plans for the project.
The Pensacola Bay Bridge will be reduced to one lane in each direction Wednesday, July 21, and Friday July 23 from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. The lane restrictions will begin at the bridge approach in Gulf Breeze and extend for approximately 3,500-feet.
The meeting for county commissioners to adopt the land development code has been pushed back due to an absence of a commissioner.
Holley-Navarre Fire District had another busy month in June, although the number of calls was down from May.
United Way Emerald Coast has partnered with the Okaloosa County School District and Walton County School District to “stuff the bus” with school supplies, ensuring every local student has the tools they need to be successful this year.
After a nearly two-year construction project and many previous years of planning, the new East Bay K-8 school in Navarre is officially open and ready for new students this fall.
A prospective aviation technical school, housed in the former Santa Rosa hospital off Stewart Street, is in the works between Santa Rosa County, the City of Milton and, possibly, the school district.
What was meant to be a civil discussion of a newly enacted noise ordinance quickly moved from agreeable to hostile with both citizens and commissioners reaching their breaking points.
After Col. Randy Tifft of the Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office presented a need for more staffing to keep the citizens of the county safe, the Board of County Commissioners voted to approve Sheriff Johnson’s budget request in its entirety.
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