In the spirit of continuous improvement and cost management, the Santa Rosa Island Authority will now be utilizing BidNet Direct to post Requests for Proposals (RFP), Requests for Qualifications (RFQ), and other bid opportunities.
To access the SRIA‚Äôs bidnet page, please click here. The SRIA welcomes all vendors to register to the Florida Purchasing Group. To register at no charge, simply follow the registration path and select the ‚ÄúLimited Access‚Äù option. To receive bid notifications statewide or from other purchasing groups, select one of the other registration options or call the BidNet‚Äôs Vendor Support team at 800-835-4603 and press option 2 for assistance.
DID YOU MISS THE TOWN HALL MEETING DISCUSSING CROSSWALKS and SIDEWALKS ON PENSACOLA BEACH?
WHAT: Presentation by Escambia County Transportation Engineer Christine Fanchi
WHEN: Tuesday, Oct. 19 from 5:30-7 p.m.
WHERE: Pensacola Beach Church – 920 Panferio Dr.
Escambia County‚Äôs Flood Maps Are Changing
New flood hazard maps for Escambia County are ready for public review. The preliminary maps are the result of a multi-year project to develop accurate and detailed digital flood maps for the Florida Panhandle Region, based on data from the latest mapping and modeling technologies. Click here to learn more.
On June 16, 1947 the Florida State Legislature ratified the establishment of the Santa Rosa Island Authority after Escambia County’s Board of County Commissioners’ voted to establish a long-range program for commercial and residential development and institute a more permanent governmental body for the island. A portion of Santa Rosa Island was dedicated as National Monument status in 1939 by President Franklin Roosevelt. ¬†After the Island Authority was established, it was tasked to persuade the federal government to terminate the status in order to develop facilities and services on the island. Chapter 25810 of the 1949 Florida Legislature allowed the SRIA to create ninety-nine-year leases for residential construction. ¬†The leasehold agreements required a fixed annual payment and were exempt from ad valorem and property taxes.