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September 10, 2021 Community Update 

Community Update with Mayor Alan Johnson

Topics Include:
-Gulf Blvd. Construction
-Storm Water Project
-Virtual Meeting: Off-Street Parking
-Red Tide
-Commission Meetings
-Budget Review
-Theatre Vision Meeting
-Small Business Workshops
-Art Mart
-Corey Avenue Sunday Market
Have a great weekend!

New Reclaimed Water Ordinance 

In last week's Community Update, Commissioner Melinda Pletcher reviews a new Reclaimed Water Ordinance and what it means for our residents.


Wednesday, September 8th, 2021 
Virtual Public Meeting: Parking Requirements

The City of St. Pete Beach is in the process of reviewing and updating the off-street parking requirements as they pertain to commercial businesses, such as restaurants and hotels.
To gain as much resident input as possible, the City held a meeting to discuss potential off-street parking management strategies on September 8, 2021 at 5:00pm.

This meeting is available for viewing HERE.
View the presentation HERE.
Provide feedback or ask questions HERE.

Appointments Required: 
Building, Permitting, and Parking Permits

Walk-in permitting will be by appointment only until further notice.  To book an appointment,  visit the website HERE.

Gulf Winds Drive Workshop

View the recording of the Public Meeting from August 26th, 2021  HERE.

To gain as much resident input as possible, we invite you to view the full presentation HERE,  submit any questions or comments to the Director of Community Development HERE, and fill out our detailed survey HERE.  The deadline to complete the survey and provide feedback is September 17th, 2021.


Upcoming Meeting:

Public Vision Meeting - Beach Theatre

Date: Wednesday, September 15th, 2021 
Time: 5:30 PM 

St. Pete Beach Community Center 
2nd Floor - Boca Ciega Ballroom -
7701 Boca Ciega Drive  
St. Pete Beach, FL 33706 

Scott Commercial Holdings invites you to the Vision Meeting to discuss the vision for the Historic Beach Theatre.

Important Drinking Water Notice from Pinellas County Utilities 

Pinellas County Utilities will conduct routine system maintenance to  optimize water quality from Sunday, September 26 through Saturday, October 16. The water treatment method will temporarily change from chloramine to chlorine disinfection throughout the program. 

See more information HERE.

Stormwater Drainage Project on 36th Ave. 

The Florida Department of Transportation began a stormwater drainage project on 36th Avenue between Gulf Boulevard and Maritana Drive.

Detour signs are installed and traffic will be restricted to local traffic only for a period of approximately one month.
If you have any questions or concerns please call Public Works at 727-363-9243.


Parking in Pass-a-Grille for Beach Visitors


Download our new parking availability app before heading to Pass-a-Grille Beach. View the map to check real-time parking availability along 9th Avenue and Pass-a-Grille Way.  See more information HERE.



Public Record Requests

The City of St. Pete Beach is continuing to embrace technology by making public records more accessible to the public using an online portal with JustFOIA.

See the online portal and processes outlined HERE.

Beach Information & Resources

If you’re looking for information about our beaches, we have the resource for you!
Our team launched a great new resource for FAQ’s in regards our beaches.
View the page HERE.


Monday Budget & Regular Commission Meeting 

September 13, 2021 -  Join us at 6:00pm for our City Commission Budget Workshop & Meeting.


TO PARTICIPATE: Join us at the commission chambers at 6:00pm, or email audience comments to prior to 5:45pm the day of the meeting.

The packet and agenda is available on the website HERE. 

VIEW: Facebook Live or on the website HERE.

Grant Awarded to Conduct Historic Survey

St. Pete Beach is proud to announce the receipt of a $50,000 grant from the Florida State Division of Historical Resources. This project is sponsored in part by the Department of State, Division of Historical Resources and the State of Florida. The money is allocated toward conducting an historic survey of the Don CeSar Place Neighborhood and a portion of the Belle Vista Neighborhood. 

See full Press Release HERE.
Sarah Laracuente
Public Information Officer
City of St. Pete Beach

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