About the Downtown Improvement Board

The Pensacola Downtown Improvement Board (DIB) is an independent state agency funded by a special tax levy on properties within its district boundaries. The district consists of 40 blocks that encompass the urban core of downtown Pensacola.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Downtown Improvement Board is to promote and enhance Downtown Pensacola as a vibrant cultural and commercial destination for residents, businesses, and visitors.

Goals and Priorities for Fiscal Years 2017 - 2018

Attract more quality retail establishments to Downtown
Increase residential offerings and occupancy
Increase visits to downtown by tourist and non-residents
Increase community awareness about the value of Downtown and the DIB

Get Involved

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DIB Board Members

DIB meets the 1st Tuesday of every month at 7:30 a.m.

Curt Morse, Executive Director

Downtown Improvement Board
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John Peacock, Chair

Downtown Property Owner
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Dee Dee Davis, Vice Chair

Business Owner
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Charlie Switzer

Philanthropist
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Teri Levin, Treasurer

Levin Rinke Resort Realty
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Brian Spencer

City Councilman, District 6
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Grover Robinson

Escambia County District IV Commissioner
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Michael Carro

SVN | SouthLand Commercial Real Estate Advisors
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