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Sandbags Available Now

Sandbags are currently available at the Pavement and Traffic Operations Building, 1744 9th Ave. N. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Northeast Park, 875 62nd Avenue NE . (located at the Cardinal Drive entrance to Mangrove Bay Golf Course) James “JC” Turner Fields, 643 22nd Avenue S . (located on...
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Tropical Storm Elsa - City Closures

Due to Tropical Storm Elsa, public city facilities and operations will close at noon today, July 6 and remain closed tomorrow, Wednesday, July 7. Normal city operations and business hours will resume Thursday, July 8. Additionally, brush sites and will close at 4PM today, Tuesday, July 6, or earlier pending...

Race to Safe

ATTENTION: Executive Order 2021-19 Extending the state of local emergency through May 13 and terminating all previous orders issued by the City, with limited exceptions. St. Petersburg is focused on reducing Pinellas County’s COVID-19 positivity rate and being Florida’s most COVID-safe community. We are in the final stretch in the...

Summer Reading Returns, Includes New Programming for Adults

The virtual program will offer take-home activities, digital programming and reading challenges with chances to win prizes for readers of all age levels. New for Summer Reading 2021, programming for adult readers. The educational program designed to keep young minds active while on summer break will be the first robust adult summer reading program offered by the St. Petersburg Library System in recent years. This aligns with the St. Petersburg Library System’s year-round goal of promoting lifelong learning.

My Brother's and Sister's Keepers

President Obama launched My Brother’s Keeper to address persistent opportunity gaps faced by boys and young men of color and ensure that all young people can reach their full potential. Through this initiative, the Administration partnered with cities and towns, businesses, and foundations who are taking important steps to connect young people to mentoring, support networks, and workforce development programs to prepare them for their next life chapter. St. Pete adopted the initiative and expanded the program to include girls and young women—My Brother’s and Sister’s Keeper.

St. Petersburg Pools Opening for the Summer

The St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department has opened the City’s neighborhood pools to the public on Saturday, May 29, through Monday, May 31, Saturday, June 5, and Sunday, June 6, and Saturday, June, 12, and Sunday, June 13, from 12-2 p.m. and 2:15-4:15 p.m. Seasonal pools will be closed June 1-4 and June 7-11.

Prepare for Storm Season

The City encourages residents to begin preparation ahead of the start of season – and provides resources and tips for residents on how to be most prepared. Sign up to receive emergency notifications – stpete.org/alert. Know your evacuation zone – kyz.pinellascounty.org. Sandbag information – stpete.org/sandbags. What to know during the...

St. Pete Extra! June 2021

We are in the final stretch in the Race to Safe. Help St. Pete finish strong by getting your COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can. Individuals as young as 12 years old can get vaccinated free of charge. Vaccines are available at public health sites, pharmacies, medical providers and more all over St. Pete.

Introducing: St. Petersburg's Road to Zero Waste

The City of St. Petersburg has made a goal to be a zero-waste city by 2050. As a coastal city, protecting our natural environment is especially vital to quality of life. Just in time for Earth Day, the City of St. Petersburg has launched Road to Zero Waste, a campaign to empower those who live, work and play in St. Pete to reduce the amount of waste they produce and help lessen the burden on the planet. By making even small everyday changes, we can all help decrease the waste that can ends up in the trash where it can produce greenhouse gases and other pollution.

City of St. Petersburg Launches New Community Input Opportunities for the Trop Site Redevelopment

ST. PETERSBURG, FL (March 23, 2021) - Several opportunities are launching in April for residents to provide input regarding the Tropicana Field site redevelopment project. The creation of these opportunities follows the City of St. Petersburg's announcement of shortlisted development partner proposals, which were announced earlier this month. There are...

City of St. Petersburg

Action Center (information/service requests) 727-893-7111. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 727-892-5507. • Municipal Beach at Treasure Island/Snack Bar 727-360-3278. The Greenhouse (formerly Bussiness Assistance) 727-893-7146. Business Relocation 727-893-7035. Business Tax Division 727-893-7241. City Beautiful Commission 727-893-7317. City Clerk 727-893-7448. City Council Office 727-893-7117. City Services Administration 727-893-7207. Civilian Police Review...

CURRENT FISCAL YEAR 2021 UTILITY RATES

Rates are listed below for water, wastewater, residential and commercial sanitation, stormwater, reclaimed water, and irrigation only water services. Note: Certain charges apply to specific locations. Not all addresses will see charges for all services listed above. For information on specific address charges, contact the Utility Customer Service Center at 727-893-7341 and choose option 0.

St. Pete Pier Closings Due to Echelman Sculpture Permanent Anchoring Installation

– As part of the installation of the Echelman net sculpture, the contractor (Skanska USA) will replace a temporary anchoring system with permanent anchorage cables. The cables were fabricated based on final measurements once the net was reattached and tensioned. This installation is planned over two separate mornings beginning on Monday, August 24th from 4 a.m. to noon and completed on Tuesday, August 25th from 4 a.m. to noon.

Lift Station 87 Public Meeting July 29

The City of St. Petersburg will host a virtual public meeting for the upcoming Lift Station 87 Wet Weather Flow Transfer Project. Thursday, July 29, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. Lift Station 87 Wet Weather Flow Transfer Project involves designing, permitting and building a new 3.5-million gallon per day (mgd) lift station at 690 43rd St. S. in the Childs Park area. It also includes a new 16-inch diameter pipeline to connect the new lift station to the Pasadena Master Pump Station located on Park Circle South.

Terry Tomalin Campground Dedication Event July 3

Boyd Hill Nature Preserve has recently undergone improvements, including the new Terry Tomalin Campground, St. Pete's first public primitive family campground open to both individuals and groups. The 12-site campground's name honors the late Terry Tomalin, former Tampa Bay Times outdoors writer and husband to Deputy Mayor and City Administrator Kanika Tomalin.