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I [Heart] Downtown

Downtown Pensacola is giving away 50 $25 gift cards to downtown shoppers through a new gift card matching program that launches TODAY at 12:00 p.m….

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Posted in Business Pensacola

City dissolves DIB parking agreement

by Jeremy Morrison The city of Pensacola will be taking of the management of downtown parking come October, following a decision by the Pensacola City…

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Palafox Market cancelled

The DIB has canceled Palafox Market dates through the end of March due to COVID-19 concerns. This pre-emptive action follows announcements by Escambia County and…

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Downtown Pensacola safer

The Downtown Improvement Board has continued to invest in technology, partnerships and infrastructure to make the 44-block district safe and secure for those who work,…

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DIB parking free next week

Press Release: From Dec. 15-22, there’s no charge to park in a metered parking space on downtown Pensacola streets, the Downtown Improvement Board announced this…

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Posted in Business Escambia County

Breaking news: DIB director resigns

From the Downtown Improvement Board: Downtown Improvement Board (DIB) Executive Director Curt Morse has announced his resignation, effective June 6, 2018. “Thank you very much…

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DIB introduces digital platform for downtown parking

Beginning March 1, Downtown Pensacola and Premium Parking, a New Orleans, Louisiana based parking management provider, will transition to a new digital parking management platform…

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DIB offers free parking starting Monday, Dec. 17

From Dec. 17-25, parking in metered spaces and surface lots managed by the Downtown Improvement Board will be free, the DIB announced this week. “Parking…

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What is ahead for DIB [podcast]

Downtown Improvement Board executive director Curt Morse talks about the plans for FY 2017 on “Pensacola Speaks.”

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