All City Offices will be closed Friday, January 1st, 2021. Happy New Year!
Sign Up for the New City of St. Pete Beach Notification System
The City of St. Pete Beach is pleased to announce a website redesign to help keep the community engaged and informed. The website includes many helpful features such as:
- new opt-in notification system
- calendar of community events
- staff directory
- easy to navigate menu
- several resource sections based on interests.
Upham Beach Paving the Week of 1/4/2021
A City Contractor will mill out and resurface the entire plaza from 67th Avenue to 71st Avenue. The plaza will be closed to parking during the paving activities, which should take up to the entire week to finish. The contractor will have flaggers onsite to help manage traffic and direct vehicles through the zone. See the map of the area being paved HERE.
New Years Eve Fireworks
The City of St. Pete Beach will be launching fireworks at 10pm tonight off the east end of Corey Avenue. The tickets for outdoor seating at Horan Park is sold out. Please enjoy the celebration safely. See more information HERE.
2021 Parking Passes for Residents of St. Pete Beach
The 2021 parking passes will be available starting Monday, January 4th, 2021.
Passes can be pre-ordered through the online application located at www.stpetebeach.org
Please note: 2021 parking passes will be given a grace period through January.
St. Pete Beach Public Library
How to Make History- A collaborative effort between the St. Pete Beach Public Library, the University of South Florida and the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum to digitize local history was undertaken by Dr. Catherine Wilkins through the USF Honors College’s course How to Make History for the Spring Semester in 2018. Subsequent semesters have added to the body of work, some of which can be seen HERE.
December 30, 2020 Video Update from Mayor Al Johnson
As of the morning of December 30th, 2020, the updated numbers reflect the city of St. Pete Beach has a total case count of 49. This information is updated daily and can be found online here
on the state report.
Please let us know if we can be of any further assistance.
Public Information Officer
City of St. Pete Beach
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