Pensacola Relocation Guide

Welcome to our Pensacola Relocation Guide. Inside you will find local information, housing information and other stuff helpful when moving to Pensacola, Florida.

Pensacola, Florida is located on the Gulf of Mexico close to the western-most end of the Florida Panhandle. Pensacola is the largest city in and the county seat of Escambia County. According to 2017 US census estimates, Pensacola has a population of 52,590 which is down approximately 13% since the 1990 census.

Bathed with rich history, Pensacola is one of Florida”s finest examples of the way Florida used to be. Miles upon miles of beaches open up to the scenic Gulf of Mexico. In Pensacola you will find extraordinary festivals, dining, fishing, boating, sailing, and nightlife just to name some of the fun adventures to be enjoyed here. Pensacola boasts a wide variety of cultural experiences to enjoy such as museums, theater, ballet and art galleries.

As a sea port on Pensacola Bay, Pensacola is protected by the barrier island of Santa Rosa and connects to the Gulf of Mexico. The first U.S. Naval Air Station is located southwest of Pensacola near Warrington; it is the base of the Blue Angels and the National Naval Aviation Museum.

The median income for a household in Pensacola was $46,569, and the average household income was $67,477.  The total number of households is 21,911 with 2 people per household on average.
The median age of the current population is 38 with 17,314 people being married and 26,491 being single.

The employment numbers show that there are 86.15% white collar employees and 13.85% blue collar employees in Pensacola.

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