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August 27th, 2021 Community Update 

Gulf Blvd. Update

View our Construction Update with Mike Clarke, the Public Works Director for the City of St. Pete Beach.

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.

Parking Study & Public Meeting

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 will be holding a meeting to discuss potential off-street parking management strategies on September 8, 2021 at 5:00pm.

This meeting will be available for viewing and comments/questions via Zoom.
See more details on 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 10th, 2021.


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!
This week our team launched a great new resource for FAQ’s in regards our beaches.
View the page HERE.


St. Pete Beach Public Library News


  • Monday, August 30 – Story Time at 11:00 a.m.: Learn numbers, colors, and the alphabet through songs, stories, and movement.
  • Monday, August 30 – Family Movie Night at 5:30 p.m.: Pokemon Detective Pikachu
  • Wednesday, September 1 – Fresh Film at 5:30 p.m.: Finding You
  • Friday, September 3 - Fresh Film at 11:00 a.m.: Finding You


NEW! CloudLibrary makes it even easier to read eBooks and listen to eAudiobooks! Download the app today! Features a digital library card so you never have to worry about losing your library card again!

As always, curbside pickup is available by calling (727) 363-9238 with your library 
card number. 

See for more details about these and other programs. See you soon! 

Community Update with Mayor Alan Johnson

Topics Include:

- Covid-19 Update
- Sewer Project Update
- Stormwater Project
- Vina Bridge Work
- Additional Work on Gulf Blvd.
- Red Tide Update
- Reclaimed Water
- Parking Permits
- SCORE in St. Pete Beach Library
- Corey Avenue Sunday Market
- Pass-A-Grille Art Mart
- October Concert Series coming soon!

Tuesday Workshop & Commission Meeting

September 13, 2021 -  Join us at 5:00pm for our City Commission Budget Workshop & Meeting.


TO PARTICIPATE: Join us at the commission chambers at 5:00pm, or email audience comments to prior to 4:45pm the day of the meeting.

The packet and agenda will be available on the website HERE. 

VIEW: Facebook Live or on the website HERE.

In the News

This week the City of St. Pete Beach announced launching the Small Business Hub located in the St. Pete Beach Library.  Read all about it online at
Sarah Laracuente
Public Information Officer
City of St. Pete Beach

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