The City of Pensacola is continuing to work diligently with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to acquire the necessary approvals and funding in order to complete remaining repairs from Hurricane Sally damage. All remaining FEMA-funded projects related to Hurricane Sally damage in the City of Pensacola are expected to be completed by Summer 2022, except for Wayside Park.
The public’s patience is appreciated as the city works through the FEMA process required to move forward with repairs to City of Pensacola parks, boardwalks, waterfront areas and other public amenities that were damaged by Hurricane Sally.
FEMA Project Status Updates (Subject to Change)
- Bayview Park piers: Construction is underway. Due to material delays, the estimated completion has shifted to the end of November 2021.
- Commendencia Slip: Funding has been approved by FEMA. Estimate construction commencement January 2022 with completion Summer 2022.
- Community Maritime Park: Funding has been approved by FEMA. Estimate construction commencement November 2021 with completion Spring 2022.
- Osceola Golf Course and Clubhouse: Design is underway. Estimate construction commencement February 2022 with completion Summer 2022.
- Plaza De Luna: Anticipate FEMA funding approval November 2021. Estimate construction commencement December 2021 with completion Spring 2022.
- Sanders Beach piers and boardwalks: Funding has been approved by FEMA. Estimate construction commencement November 2021 with completion Spring 2022.
- Wayside Park: Coordinating with FEMA on funding amount, FEMA funding approval TBD; construction to follow once funding is approved.
In addition to the FEMA approval process, which is necessary for the City of Pensacola to receive federal funding for these projects, some of the construction timelines have been delayed by the nationwide shortage of lumber and material.
Residents are encouraged to use the interactive Capital Improvement Projects Dashboard on the City of Pensacola website, which will be updated with the latest information about FEMA projects as well as other capital improvement projects throughout the city.