Pensacola is a unique and gleaming city on the Gulf Coast, unsurpassed in the richness of its history. Flags from several European cultures have flown over our port.  Our civic body today is a synthesis of Native American, European, Latin American, and African and Asian cultures, and we are still growing. Our neighborhoods reflect this living diversity. With nearly a hundred neighborhoods, Pensacola is still on singular city, welcoming and warm.

The Council of Neighborhood Presidents of Pensacola (CNAPP) is platform to share news about Pensacola’s neighborhoods. CNAPP provides various resources for how neighborhoods link together, how they work together, and how they grow together. Practical guides for how to organize and unify a neighborhood; how to write and establish bylaws; who to ask for what; how to contact City officials, neighborhood and civic leaders, and more are only a click away.  We have inspiring stories and photographs to share, ideas to pique your interest, and our ears are open to what you have to contribute. We want to share, but we also want to learn from your experience.


CNAPP Mission

The CNAPP mission is to unite all interested voluntary neighborhood associations and home owner associations within the City of Pensacola to promote the improvement of the City’s neighborhoods and to provide an active and effective forum for bringing neighborhood issues to public attention through the sharing of information.

CNAPP promotes:


CNAPP will work to promote enforcement of existing laws and codes that protect the quality of life and property in the City’s neighborhoods 


CNAPP will provide guidance and recommend changes in laws and codes based on neighborhood needs


CNAPP will report the infrastructure needs of the neighborhoods to the City Council when the City’s annual budget is being developed


CNAPP will facilitate open discussion between neighborhood leadership and city administration


CNAPP will be a platform to exchange information that aids neighborhood leaders in strengthening their individual associations

The CNAPP organization’s intent is to be a constructive and inclusive entity, striving to ensure voices are collected from all participating neighborhoods.