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Perdido Key Notes – April 2022

Beach Access #4 OpenedDistrict 1 Commissioner Jeff Bergosh presided over the March 4, 2022 opening of Perdido KeyBeach Access #4 just east of the Crab Trap Restaurant. The new location has 35 parkingspaces on a permeable solid surface and handicap-friendly Mobi-Mat beach access, as well asa protected wildlife area. For more on the opening, see […]

Perdido Key Notes – September 2021

 September 2021  IDA and the 2021 Hurricane Season  Named storms Claudette, Fred, Henri and most recently Ida have already struck the United States in 2021, but fortunately not greatly affecting Perdido Key though other parts of Escambia County have been threatened with dangerous flooding. Our profound concern goes to those in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and […]

March 2021 Key Notes

PKA Annual Membership MeetingThe 2021 PKA Annual Membership Meeting was held Saturday, February 27, 2021 at the Eden Condominium – the first Perdido Key Association meeting with both in-person and remote Zoom attendance. The featured speaker was Escambia County District 2 Commissioner Doug Underhill who focused on results from the 2020 Perdido Key Property Owner […]

Perdido Key Notes January 2021

Welcome 2021!  2020 is going, going, gone and 2021 brings an expectation of better times! New vaccines will save lives and push back the COVID-19 pandemic, allowing us to begin returning to normal life or at least a reasonable new normal. Perdido Key continues to recover from Hurricane Sally but with many homes, rental properties, […]

Perdido Key Notes 9/2020

Hurricane Season 2020 Continues in High GearHurricane Laura was a late-August monster that caused catastrophic damage to Lake Charles and other towns in Louisiana and Texas. Storm surge, high winds and heavy rains plus portable generators caused multiple deaths, large scale damage to a huge number of structures, over a half million power outages and […]
tent and trash left at Trout Point

Trout Point needs your help

Please do not hate the messenger folks but the homemade tent and the shoes and garbage with it, were left on the beach at Trout Point. Trout Point is property owned by the US Navy. They are already talking about not having the budget for its upkeep and maintenance. ONLY residents of Heron’s Forest have […]

Shared from Jeanine on NAS

 NAS Pensacola All Hands Message COVID-19 April 2, 2020   STATUS UPDATE  NAS Pensacola All Hands Message  Coronavirus (COVID-19)  Update 5: April 3, 2020  As of April 2, 2020, there has been several confirmed case of COVID-19 onboard NAS Pensacola. For Operational Security reasons, we will not publish the total number of confirmed cases. Those individuals […]

Perdido Key Notes January 2020

More RESTORE Funds for the Perdido Key Multi-Use Path! Several PKA Directors, Perdido Key Chamber representatives, and other interested parties met with Escambia County officials on December 9, 2019 to discuss progress toward the Perdido Key Multi-Use Path. Among the information shared at the meeting was that the Path will be ADA compliant; there are […]

Perdido Key Notes for February 2019

Key Notes February 2019 – this is our area of Escambia County and there are opportunities to enjoy and to impact your community. PKA Annual Membership Meeting All PKA members are invited to attend the 2019 Perdido Key Association (PKA) Annual Membership Meeting to be held from 10 AM until Noon on Saturday, February 23, […]

Perdido Key Notes December 2018

Key Notes December 2018 Click to open Perdido Key Notes and learn what is happening in your area – see especially information on additional beach access point and Key Mouse protection.

World Oceans Day June 8 at Perdido Key State Park

  Free World Oceans Day Event Brings Fun and Awareness Help celebrate this Worldwide Event at Perdido Key State Park Perdido Key, FL  – For over 30 years, the Perdido Key Association (PKA), a 501(c)3 nonprofit, has operated for charitable and educational purposes to promote the welfare and orderly development of Perdido Key, Florida. PKA […]

Trout Point work being done on Boardwalk

Repair work, by the Navy, has commenced on the Trout Point boardwalk. It is anticipated that Trout Point will be open sometime next week when all repairs are completed and inspected. Reminder to all residents, please leave nothing behind but your footprints. There were tracks that indicate that dirt bikes were being driven in the […]

Perdido Key Dune Restoration begins on March 5 at the Alabama line and moves east

The following press release was passed on to PKA by Escambia County officials: Perdido Key Dune Restoration Project Begins March 5 The Perdido Key Dune Restoration Project is set to begin Monday, March 5. Contractor Aquatic Plants of Florida and subcontractor Cardno Limited will begin work in the west near the Alabama-Florida state line and continue working […]

Perdido Key Notes for March 2018 with a calendar of things to do this month

March 2018 2018 PKA Annual Membership Meeting The Perdido Key Association held its 2018 Annual Membership Meeting on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at the Eden Condominium on Perdido Key. Featured speaker Steve Hays, President of Visit Pensacola, discussed the many tourist marketing initiatives made by his organization and indicated that successful tourism promotion required evaluating […]

Perdido Key Notes November 2017

November 2017 – Community Events We are releasing the November Key Notes a bit early to highlight the October 27 blood drive on Perdido Key. Please participate if you can. Two other worthwhile Perdido Key area community events are also featured: Blood Donation Drive on Perdido Key Friday, October 27- FirstService Residential is hosting a […]

Perdido Key Association notes

Because we live in the Perdido Key area, although not directly on the Key, these issues are important to us as well. Dear PKA Members, Here are a few information notes: 1.   The deadline for public comments on the Escambia County RESTORE Committee project priority list is July 19, 2017. If you have not done […]

Perdido Key Notes for May 2017

May 2017 Keynotes  News from the Perdido Key Association Perdido Key Issues A Terrible Accident on Perdido Key Drive Eight pedestrians were injured, with some injuries reported as life-threatening, in a single vehicle accident on Perdido Key Drive at about 8:15 PM Saturday, April 29, 2017. According to the WKRG news report at, the […]

Perdido Key meetings April 4 and 5 on future plans

There will be two very important meetings next week. At the direction of Commissioner Underhill, county staff has coordinated for the County’s consultant DPZ to conduct an additional community meeting on April 4, 2016. Location: Perdido Bay Community Center, 13660 Innerarity Point Road, Pensacola, FL 32507 Time: 5:30-7:00 p.m. DPZ staff will be on-hand to do a short presentation […]

Park Service seeks Volunteers

Gulf Islands National Seashore seeks Volunteers for Fort Pickens Visitor Center and Fort Barrancas Visitor Center. Superintendent Dan Brown announced today that the Gulf Islands National Seashore is looking for volunteers to assist with operating the Fort Pickens and Fort Barrancas Visitor Centers. The park is looking to recruit volunteers who care about park resources, […]

Perdido Key Chamber and Visitors’ Center Open House 11/19

The new Chamber of Commerce / Visitors Information Center / Community Center building is 5,155 sq. ft. We have a Conference Room, a Work Room, a Storage Room and many new fun features for our visitors to enjoy.  Please join us on Tuesday, November 19th – Perdido Key Day – for our OPEN HOUSE from 4:00-6:00 pm.  We […]
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