Earth Day

Neighbors join us at Bayview Park for Earth Day April 21st, 10AM.

The theme for Earth Day 2018 is Energy, Transportation, and Sustainability. We will have vendors that will support the theme including share riding, public transportation, hybrid vehicles, wind energy, solar energy, and more. We will have gardening, plants, and water education vendors as well. There will be a designated kids activity area too. Food, music, and yoga are also part of the line up.
Join us Saturday, April 21, from 10 am – 4 pm for Earth Day Pensacola celebration and educational forum.
Earth Day Pensacola is part of a larger effort with Earth Day Network who has developed ways for individuals, families, etc. to become engaged and involved at national and international level to make an impact on helping to protect and save the Earth.
Developed by Earth Day Network, A Billion Acts of Green is an international movement to protect the planet and secure a sustainable future.
Here’s a link to the actions you can take NOW to make a difference.
“The environment faces a multitude of challenges today. From climate change to species extinction, our planet and its inhabitants are continually facing man-made threats that must be averted. Lend your voice to a campaign, and help us work toward a sustainable future.”
Take small steps to help create big actions!
Earth Day 2018 is our moment. It’s your turn to lead.

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Bayview Resource Center Groundbreaking Scheduled for May 7, 2018

April 18, 2018

Tonya Vaden, 850 436 5672
Bayview Resource Center Groundbreaking
Scheduled for May 7, 2018

City of Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward and District 4 Councilman Larry Johnson invite the community to join them for a groundbreaking ceremony at Bayview Park, 2000 East Lloyd Street for the new Bayview Resource Center. The ceremony will take place on Monday, May 7th at 11:00 a.m.

Bayview Resource Center will be an exciting new addition to Bayview Park. The facility, which replaces the former community center that was demolished in 2015, will provide more accessible uses and waterfront access for the community to enjoy. The building is designed to be an active and highly social building that also reinforces the importance of Bayou Texar as a natural asset, and supports continued improvements of and around Bayou Texar.

The community center portion of the facility will include a large event space which can be separated into two smaller event spaces, meeting rooms, a catering kitchen, fitness room, and staff offices. A large open lobby welcomes guests to the facility and there are multiple decks and balconies offering sweeping views of the waterfront. There is also space for storage of kayak, SUP, and rowing sculls to provide a home for paddle sports and non-motorized water activities. There will also be indoor and outdoor access to restrooms.

The Bayview Senior Center will remain in its current location adjacent to the new community center and will see relief from program crowding as well as improved access to parking.

“We are very excited for this new resource center at Bayview Park,” said Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward. “My staff and I have worked tirelessly to bring another extraordinary amenity to our community. This new attractive facility will embrace the waterfront and will be something that everyone can enjoy.”

To stay up-to-date on the progress of the Bayview Resource Center and other projects please visit

Quarterly EHNA Meeting

Neighbors, the next quarterly meeting is Monday, April 2, 2018 at the former Pink House 1200 E Blount Street, Pensacola Fl. Hat Tip to McIlwane Church for making the space available. The program is the Candidates for Escambia County Commission District 4. This is your chance to meet and ask questions of the candidates voting will be in August. Be informed.

Free Bicycle Ride

Please join us for the February Slow Ride this Saturday, with much of the Ride rolling through East Hill. We will start and finish at First City Art Center/Open Books. We hope to see you there!

EHNA Monthly BoD’s meeting

Your Neighborhood Association BoD’s meets monthly to work on a variety of issues. Plan events and work on other neigborhood needs. If you have an issue that you feel the neighborhood Assoc should be aware of please email us HERE.


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Routine Maintenance: Trimming Vegetation

I wanted to make the East Hill HOA community aware that our contractors will be in the East Hill area trimming vegetation for routine maintenance until the end of the year beginning December 11, 2017.  We are not trimming the 12th Ave tree tunnel at this time for routine maintenance around our facilities.  We understand the need for vegetation maintenance in the East Hill area and wanted to spend the remaining weeks of 2017 improving our system where we can.

We appreciate everyone’s help with this endeavor as our contractors have already began notifying the East Hill residents in the affected areas.  I am always available to our customers on my cell phone at 850-418-9481 for questions or to listen to concerns

Chris R. Pope
Line Clearing Specialist
Western District
850-429-2656 Office
850-418-9481 Cell
1*30*2656 LINC
ISA Certified Arborist
ISA Utility Specialist
State of Florida Registered Herbicide Applicator
State of Alabama Registered Herbicide Applicator
State of Alabama Registered Forester
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New Little Free Library at OJ Semmes Elementary School

The East Hill Neighborhood Association Board of Directors will be installing a Little Free Library at OJ Semmes Elementary School on Tuesday, May 23 at 12:30 p.m. The board of directors include current and past educators that wanted to give our zoned school a gift that will keep on giving. The gift of reading adventures! The library was personally constructed by one of our board members, Richard Christine and his crew. Please join us in this wonderful opportunity for the students of OJ Semmes Elementary School. Just in time for summer!

Earlier this school year, the board donated over $1000 worth of headphones and STEM activities to the school’s media center for student enrichment. In addition, we hosted a neighborhood winter coat drive that donated over 60 brand new coats plus dozens of gently used ones. For the Little Free Library, many neighbors have contributed books to kickstart the reading selection. The board is committed to supporting OJ Semmes Elementary and the neighborhood children.

To learn more about Little Free Libraries please visit:

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EHNA Quarterly Meeting with Quint Studer

Save the Date for a Special guest speaker “Quint Studer” at a Special lcation “Old Sacred Heart Hospital”.  Speaking on City of Pensacola Transformation and the role of neighborhoods.

1010 N. 12th Ave. Suite 211 Pensacola, FL 32503

15 minutes of Q&A.  Park on 12th AVe. and enter through the main doors on 12th AVe.  Up grand stairs to entry.  Inside, take the left hallway to 211 for the meeting location.