For over 30 years, the Perdido Key Association (PKA) has been an information source and public voice for Perdido Key owners and residents. The organization keeps members up-to-date on progress toward a Perdido Key Master Plan, a Multi-Use Path along Perdido Key Drive, beach re-nourishment and other issues important to the future of our beautiful island. PKA also contributes articles to local news outlets and testifies before the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners, the Escambia County Planning Committee, and the Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization to help preserve and enhance the well-being of the Key.
What will Perdido Key be like in 10 years? We don’t really know, but we believe that without the continued attention of concerned property owners and residents development could go in unfavorable directions. The 2015 survey sponsored by PKA showed that most residents wanted to protect the island’s environment and endangered species and favored improved pedestrian and bicycle access. They would also like more restaurants and retail outlets, but opposed casinos, bingo parlors, and adult arcades.
Join Us! With more members, the Perdido Key viewpoint will be heard even louder by public and private decision-makers. Membership is open to all owners and residents in the Perdido Key area. Click here for membership information and application.
Large photo credit: National Parks Service
Perdido Key Association
PO Box 16337
Pensacola, Florida 32507
Perdido Key Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization; donations are tax-deductible.