CITY HALL - OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
In an effort to continue to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the City of St. Pete Beach City Hall is open by appointment only. Masks are mandatory upon entry.
While the City is taking measures to ensure public and staff safety, we ask that phone calls and electronic tools be utilized.
If you cannot transact your business by phone or online, you may request an in-person meeting.
CLICK HERE to schedule an appointment.
August 18th, 2020 - Join us for the City Commission- Virtual Meeting-6pm
The agenda includes:
1.) Request approval of the quote from Enterprise Marine in the amount of $49,050.00 for the replacement of the Egan Park boat ramp north and south docks
2.) Resolution 2020-37: A Resolution of the City Commission of the City of St. Pete Beach, Florida, authorizing and confirming the Declaration Proclaiming a State of Local Emergency.
The agenda can be found HERE.
Methods for public participation:
Join with visuals and audio on your computer, tablet, or smartphone
- Visit https://zoom.us/j/83523092337
- Download Zoom via the screen prompts
- Register for the meeting via the screen prompts
Listen in on meeting audio only using phone
- Dial 929-205-6099
- Enter the webinar ID: 835 2309 2337
Push *9 on phone to Raise hand
Push *6 on phone to Toggle mute/unmute
Upcoming Meeting Dates/Times:
8/17/2020: Incoming City Clerk, Amber LaRowe begins with the City of St. Pete Beach. She can be reached at (727) 363-9220 or email@example.com. Welcome to the team, Amber!
8/18/2020: The Primary Election- Polls will be open 7am-7pm at the Warren Webster building as well as the Rec Center.
Public Works- Hard at Work
Sewer Upgrades- Force Main Project
Construction remains scheduled to begin in October starting at Gulf Winds Drive and working north to 87th Ave. Ground breaking date will be determined in September 2020.
Boca Ciega Drainage Project
The stormwater drainage pipe and manhole installation began this month and will continue for several months. Boca Ciega Isle Drive is closed to thru traffic at the east end and will be for the next several months.
Stay tuned for further updates to these projects.
St. Pete Beach Public Library
The library is now a ballot drop-off location.
Beginning August 17 library hours will be:
· Monday/Wednesday 10 am-8 pm
· Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 10 am-6 pm
· Saturday 10 am-2 pm.
Check out A to Z Databases, a free library resource for library cardholders which profiles over 30 million U.S. businesses & executives and over 220 million U.S. residents. It is ideal for finding friends and relatives, market research, sales leads, mailing lists, and more. Go to http://www.spblibrary.com/, scroll down to “Quick Links,” and click “A to Z Databases.”
The book drop is located outside the library 24/7 for patrons to return materials. Curbside pickup service is also available; please visit the library webpage (spblibrary.com) to browse the catalog and place items on hold. If the item is on our shelf, you may pick it up the same day. If not, you will be notified when it is available for pickup. Call us at (727) 363-9238 with any questions.
Note: we are not taking donations at this location.
COMMUNITY CENTER - Virtual Learners Child Care
St Pete Beach Parks and Recreation Department is providing a Virtual Learner Assistance Program at the St Pete Beach Community Center. This would allow for smaller groups of students with a dedicated staff member monitoring their engagement with the online curriculum from Pinellas County Schools. This is not a tutoring program but oversight for children working with MyPCS online curriculum. Registration is now open.
Additionally, the St Pete Beach Licensed After School program that includes games, sports, homework time, swimming and more. Transportation is provided from Azalea Elementary and Gulf Beaches Elementary. Registration is now open.
Virtual Learners Assistance Program: 7:30am-2:30pm, Monday-Friday
After School Care: 2:00-6:00pm, Monday-Friday
If interested, you must go to the St Pete Beach Community Center to register. Registration paperwork and fee schedule is located at http://www.spbrec.com or call 727-363-9245 for more information. Space is limited.
August 12th, 2020 Video Update from Mayor Al Johnson
▪️Bars and licensed food establishments
COVID-19 COUNT IN SPB
As of the morning of August 13th, 2020, the updated numbers reflect the city of St. Pete Beach has a total case count of 11. 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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