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The County spent approximately $319,516 to purchase software classified as intangible assets including a 
“Voice over Internet Protocol” (VoIP) system, report writer software, and a computerized work order 
system. 
Various departments purchased approximately $800,000 of general computer equipment and upgrades. 
The Roads and Bridges Department purchased approximately $1.5 million of heavy equipment for use at 
the Road Department, and various other light equipment items to be used for road operations. 
The Fire Department purchased approximately $237,000 of fire fighting and rescue equipment and $2.2 
million for seven new rescue pumpers. 
Court‐related functions purchased computer equipment and upgrades of approximately $88,000. 
The Supervisor of Elections purchased approximately $26,430 of new voting machines and software as 
required by the State guidelines. 
Facilities Management purchased 11 new vehicles at a cost of $253,000 to use in providing facility services 
support throughout the County. 
Code Enforcement purchase ten new vehicles at a cost of $237,000. 
The Road Prison purchased five new vehicles at a cost of $146,000, along with $37,854 for the purchase of 
laundry and kitchen equipment for the Road Prison facility. 
Parks and Recreation spent nearly $50,000 for several large pieces of mowing equipment such as a flat‐
bed trailer and a Vermeer chipper to be used for parks maintenance and operations. 
Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT) purchased three new transit vehicles for approximately $200,00 
along with $61,471 new shop equipment. 
Nearly $2.7 million was spent on various vehicles and other public safety equipment for the Sheriff’s 
Office. 
The chart below summarizes the County’s capital assets, net of depreciation: 
Governmental
Business type
Asset Category
Activities
%
Activities
%
Land
$34,786,917
6%
$5,679,881
11%
Buildings and Improvements
137,752,805
25%
15,280,001
31%
Infrastructure
318,115,655
58%
21,806,598
44%
Equipment
33,268,109
6%
7,100,315
14%
Intangibles
2,682,197
0%
3,333
0%
Construction in Process
21,580,244
4%
0
0%
$548,185,927
100% $49,870,128
100%
Additional information on Escambia County’s capital assets can be found on page 53 in the Notes Section of this 
report. 
Long‐Term Debt.
  At the end of the fiscal year 2011, the County had total bonded debt of $105,050,000, or 
approximately $350 per capita, which is secured solely by specified revenue sources (e.g., toll bridge revenues, 
tourist development taxes, and half‐cent sales taxes).  The County has no general obligation debt. 
The County paid off the capital leases of $507,504 during fiscal 2011.  By paying off the debt, the County is able to 
use the revenues previously pledged on these leases for other operating costs.  Further discussion of other County 
debt can be found on pages 57 – 60 of this report.