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February 23rd, 2023 Community Update

2/23/23: Downtown Core Complete Streets Study Community Meeting

The City of St. Pete Beach invites the you to provide input on the visioning study for complete streets and multimodal transportation in the Downtown Core area.

The current roadway conditions make pedestrians and bicyclists feel unsafe and unprotected from passing cars.

The first community meeting will be held on Thursday, February 23, 2023 from

5:30-7:00pm at City Hall (155 Corey Ave) in the City Commission Chambers.

The meeting will be an open house format. Those in attendance will be able to provide feedback, ideas, and ask questions about the visioning study.

Attendance for the entire time is not necessary. There is a virtual option via zoom in order to view the presentation on 2/23/23. Register for the online option HERE.

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Adopt-a-Drain Program

CitySPB Adopt A Drain

Rainy season is fast approaching, and the City of St. Pete Beach is excited to announce we are launching our very own "Adopt-A-Drain" program.

Through the NEW Adopt-A-Drain program, St. Pete Beach is partnering with residents to help make sure storm drains are free of debris. This improves the ability of the drain to move stormwater and protects our wildlife as well as overall water quality.

Learn More

Spring Concert Series Begins this Friday

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Community Update with

Commissioner Friszolowski

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Click HERE to watch the 2/17/23 Community Update with
Commissioner Ward Friszolowski.

Duke Energy Power Grid Improvements

Duke Energy is working in our community to improve reliability, reduce outages, and strengthen the power grid against severe weather to better serve the area.

See more information on the Duke Energy website HERE.

Public Record Requests

The City of St. Pete Beach offers public records to the public using an online portal with JustFOIA.

See the online portal and processes outlined HERE.

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Sarah Laracuente
Public Information Officer
City of St. Pete Beach

Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public-records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.