I love serving our community and bringing amazing progress to District 6. I would be honored to serve again.
I have spent the past four years protecting the few publicly-owned waterfront access points downtown out of the hands of those who seek to privatize them for development. My opponent is financially backed by many of the same companies who I stood toe-to-toe with, in order to keep these special places for us, the people. I am asking for your vote on Tuesday, November 8, so I can keep ensuring we have access to activities like boating, fishing, and kayaking along Pensacola Bay, and that we keep your taxes going to your neighborhoods.
"Ann has been a supporter of the skatepark and our mission since I met her several years ago. She was instrumental in finding the additional funding needed to finally be able to build the park."
"As a small business owner in Pensacola, Ann has been accessible, communicative, and is always willing to open up a dialogue on any issue. Her passion for doing what’s right and listening to her constituents has made her stand out amongst her peers."
"Ann will not put a lock code on our city where only a certain group can access Downtown Pensacola. The Ann Plan is inclusive to all who work, play, and live in the city. People of faith support The Ann Plan."
The Pensacola Amtrak Station was boarded up for years, until my first term when City Council approved the transformation of this blighted building into the Museum for Women Veterans. One of the partners within the museum is Wounded Eagles UAS, a consortium of Veterans and supportive civilians dedicated to helping wounded and disabled service members, Veterans and their families find pathways into the commercial drone industry through training, networking and mentorship. Learn more about their program for Veterans in Pensacola at https://weuas.org
The Port of Pensacola is an example of what sets us apart from other cities. During my first term, City Council, Mayor Robinson, and the public developed the Portside Vision and Reinvestment Strategy for our deepwater port, ensuring we support the maritime businesses and provide for more public access. It has been my honor to see the Port of Pensacola thrive for the past four years, and I am excited for its future.
My first month in office, I worked with the City's Parks Dept. and neighborhood volunteers to open Bruce Beach up to the public. When I saw how quickly everyone fell in love with waterfront access, I wanted to test the bacteria levels in the bay. I used some of my Council discretionary funds to contract UWF and the Bream Fishermen Association, and discovered the levels were unacceptable for public safety. City Council supported me in testing the entire Pensacola Bay Paddling Trail, from Sanders Beach to Bayou Texar, and now ECUA is collaborating with The City to fix our broken stormwater infrastructure. Vote for Ann Hill on November 8!
Four years ago I visited Tommy White at Magee Field and was saddened by the state of disrepair at the home of THE East Pensacola Rattlers. I promised the coaches, families and children I would advocate for a new facility, and this year we broke ground on a brand new press box, concession stand, and community resource center. Re-Elect Councilwoman Ann Hill for Pensacola District 6 City of Pensacola, City Council
I volunteered to serve on the Community Maritime Park Board in 2012, and was elected by City Council to help build the park. We spent five years working to design the park, and I am so thrilled the Maritime Marina will be finished this year-- a free day-use public marina voted on by the citizens of Pensacola. Thank you, Councilwoman Sherri Myers, for endorsing me for Pensacola City Council, District 6.
I have volunteered as the City's Representative on the PPBEP estuary board for four years, serving to restore coastline habitat along Pensacola Bay. Now that Bayou Texar in East Hill is in District 6, I will spend my next four years working on restoration efforts along those estuaries as well. Being the Council Representative for District 6 is only one aspect of my job, and it has been my honor to also serve on the estuary board, the affordable housing committee and the transportation planning organization. I hope you will re-elect me for a second term, so we can continue the incredible momentum in Pensacola.
Resident of North Hill
Veteran, Councilwoman, Teacher
Resident of East Hill
"Picked at Perfection"
Resident of Eastside
Mother Wit Institute
Resident of Historic Seville
Downtown Business Owner
City of Pensacola Councilwoman
Civil Rights Attorney