PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) — The City of Pensacola is providing hand-washing stations for the homeless during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City of Pensacola has installed hand-washing stations at 11 locations for the homeless population or those who do not have regular access to soap and water during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A media release says the stations are being provided in an effort to help homeless individuals practice good hand-washing techniques, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The hand-washing stations are being funded through District 2 Councilwoman Sherri Myers’ discretionary fund and District 6 Councilwoman Ann Hill’s discretionary fund, along with the city’s general fund.
Hand-washing stations are available at the following locations in the city (some sites subject to change):
- Bryan Park: 1200 Langley Ave.
- Loaves and Fishes: 257 E. Lee St.
- Under the Interstate 110 Ramp near the Pensacola Bay Center
- Bill Gregory Park: 150 N. “W” St.
- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza: 50 N. Palafox St.
- Wyer Park: 320 W. Belmont St.
- Pensacola Library: 239 N. Spring St.
- Veterans Memorial Park: 200 S. 10th Ave.
- Corner of Ninth Avenue and West Cervantes Street (to be installed next week – subject to change)
- BJ’s Bus Shelter: Corner of Davis Highway and Langley Avenue (to be installed next week – subject to change)
- Corner of Airport Boulevard and College Boulevard (to be installed next week – subject to change)
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