City posts eviction notices today

Today, Monday, Jan. 10, the City of Pensacola posted notices at the homeless encampment under Interstate 110 notifying individuals of a Monday, Jan. 31, 2022 deadline to vacate the encampment. City Code Enforcement officers will also be walking through the encampment to speak with individuals in the area and inform them of the posted notices.

As the I-110 encampment has continued to grow, so have public health and safety concerns in the area, which is located on Florida Department of Transportation Property that is leased to the City of Pensacola.

People living in the encampment will have until Monday, Jan. 31, to collect their personal belongings as outlined in the posted notices. During that time, the city will be working with local organizations to connect homeless individuals in the area with shelter and other resources as available.

Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022, the city will thoroughly clean and sanitize the area and collect any remaining personal items. Any items left behind at the encampment will be safely stored until Wednesday, March 16. During this period, individuals will have the opportunity to collect their belongings as indicated in the posted notices.


On Tuesday, February 1, 2022, the City of Pensacola will begin conducting a cleanup and sanitization of City property and public right of way areas located between:

  • E Maxwell Street on the North
  • E Wright Street on the South*
  • N Hayne Street on the East
  • (proceeding North)
  • N Tarragona Street on the West North Hayne Street on the West
  • (proceeding South)

*Including the area of:

  • E Belmont Street on the North E Wright Street on the South
  • N Hayne Street on the West N. Alcaniz Street on the East

In order to ensure everyone’s safety, no persons other than City- designated personnel are permitted to be present on the above-described cleanup area beginning Monday afternoon, January 31, 2022, at 5:00 PM. In addition, portions of the above area will be improved for construction of a skate park. All personal belongings must be removed prior to that date and time. “No Camping” signs will also be posted.

During the cleanup and sanitization process, garbage; trash; hazardous, biohazardous and unsanitary materials will be properly disposed of. Any personal belongings that remain will be removed and stored as below until 5:00 PM on March 16, 2022.

Personal belongings can be retrieved by:

  • Going to the Northwest corner of Hayne Street and Gonzalez Street, south of Loaves and Fishes, Monday – Friday, between 9:00 AM and 12:00 PM and meeting with City personnel.
  • Showing your tag number or sufficient identification to retrieve your belongings. To ensure that your belongings are properly returned to you, they will be photographed with a tag number at time of storage.Any items remaining past 5:00 PM on March 16, 2022, will be considered abandoned property, and will be disposed of.