City of Pensacola to replace trees lost by Hurricane Sally

Northwest Florida

ESCAMBIA COUNTY, Fla. (WKRG) — The City of Pensacola announced Nov. 5 that 300 trees will be planted throughout the city. 

The trees are being planted as part of the city’s Tree Refurbishment Plan, according to a news release from the City of Pensacola. 

Park canopies that were destroyed by Hurricane Sally will hopefully be restored by the new plan, according to the release.  

Trees will be selected based on how well they’ll do in the park’s individual environments, according to the release.

Trees will be planted in these Pensacola Parks:

  • Baars Park
  • Bayview Park
  • Belvedere Park
  • Bryan Park
  • Camelot Park
  • Eastgate Park
  • Fairchild Park
  • Fort George
  • Greenwood Park
  • Granada Subdivision Park
  • Gull Point Center
  • Rev. H.K. Matthews Park
  • Hitzman-Optimist Park
  • Lavallet Park
  • Malaga Square
  • MLK Plaza
  • Tech Park
  • Pineglades Park
  • Pintado Park
  • Plaza Ferdinand
  • Roger Scott Athletic Complex
  • Semmes Park
  • Springdale Park
  • Toledo Square
  • Victory Park 1
  • Victory Park 2
  • Zamora Square 

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