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- September 19 - The Pensacola City Council votes 9-1 to provide $300,000 in additional funding to the troubled ECAT transit system.
- September 18 - Escambia County Commissioners vote 3-2 to deny former County Administrator George Touart's request to amend his contract, which would have allowed him to retire and earn a pension. At the same meeting, they also voted to provide $2.4 million to the ECAT bus system, following an agreement of cuts by Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1395, and denied a $210,000 list of concessions requested by the Pensacola Ice Pilots.
- September 18 - Leonard Allen Schenk pleads guilty to 21 counts of stealing military equipment from Hurlburt Field and selling it on eBay.
- September 16 - Assistant U.S. District Court Attorney Roy Atchison is arrested in an Internet sex sting operation after traveling to Detroit, allegedly to have sex with what he believed was a 5-year-old girl.
- September 14 - Two piers on the eastbound section of the old I-10 bridge over Escambia Bay, damaged in Hurricane Ivan, are demolished by a blasting crew.
- September 13 - Reginald Holmes dies of unknown causes at the Escambia County Jail.
- September 10 - The Pensacola City Council's Committee of the Whole approves an additional $6 million in funding to renovate the Saenger Theatre.
- September 6 - Escambia County Administrator George Touart announces his retirement following increasing criticism of his personal dealings with entities that do business with Escambia County.
- September 6 - The Florida Supreme Court strikes down Escambia County plans to create a tax-increment financing (TIF) district to fund $135 million in bonds for road improvements in Perdido Key. The ruling may impact projects funded by the Community Redevelopment Agency, another TIF district.
- September 5 - One of the beach ball water towers on Pensacola Beach is disassembled.
- September 4 - The Emerald Coast Utilities Authority receives approval of a major permit required to begin moving the Main Street Wastewater Treatment Plant.