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When are the meetings for the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners? A schedule of upcoming Board of County Commissioner meetings can be found here.
How many meetings are held each month by the Board of County Commissioners? Generally, two Regular Meetings are held on the first and third Thursdays of each month at 5:30 P.M., with the Public Forum portion of the Meeting at 4:30 P.M., prior to the start of the Regular Meeting. Special Meetings may be scheduled to handle specific topics and two Public Hearings are held each year, typically in September, for consideration of adopting the County Budget. The Meeting Schedule is published in the Pensacola News Journal every Saturday. Board Meetings are typically televised “live” on ECTV Channel 98, via Cox Cable, Mediacom, and Brighthouse cable providers.
How do I know what the commissioners will discuss at the meeting? The Agenda for each meeting can be found online here.
How soon after Board Meetings are the Minutes available? After the approval at the succeeding BCC Meeting; however, the Resume showing the BCC’s action for each agenda item is published to the website on the first working day following the Meeting.
Are Board Minutes available to the public? Yes. The Board Minutes are available online here.
Are audio and video tapes of the Board Meetings available? Audio CDs are available for $10.00 each. The County’s Public Information Office (PIO) also produces DVDs of the Meetings; however, these DVDs are not available from the Clerk’s Office. Please contact the PIO for DVDs.
Are the Minutes indexed for retrieval by the public? Yes. The indexing is online from July 1984 through May 1997, with references to microfilm. From June 1997 to the present date, the indexing is integrated with an imaging system that allows viewing of the Minutes and Exhibits on the computer, with microfilm as a permanent record backup. The Minutes between 1868 and part of 1887 are available in ledger books and on microfilm; however, they are not indexed.
Are copies of County Ordinances available? Yes, at $0.15 per page.
Are County Ordinances available on disk? No. However, the Ordinances are available online here.