Join Us: Swearing-in Ceremony, Jan. 2, 2018
Date: January 2, 2018
Location: St. Pete City Hall
Swearing-In of City Council, 11:00 A.M.
Swearing-In of Mayor Rick Kriseman
Program begins at Noon.
St. Petersburg has been recognized by the League of American Bicyclists as a Silver-level Bicycle Friendly City for its attention to promoting, educating, and investing in bicycle friendliness. The ranking elevates St. Pete from the Bronze level, which it's held since 2006.
The Coast Bike Share program, bike-friendly events such as Open Streets St. Pete, increased miles of bike lanes and trails, and the Complete Streets Implementation Plan are all examples of the city's commitment to increased sustainability and a healthy lifestyle. Read more
From gifts under the tree to festive flavors to a waterfront bedecked with thousands of twinkling lights, we invite everyone to share in the spirit of the season.
Whether it's a visit with Santa, a twirl around the 'glice,' (don't forget your socks!) or an illuminating stroll through giant greeting cards, St. Pete stuffs your stocking with dozens of holiday chestnuts. See more events
Dec. 12 - Chanukah in the City
Dec. 13 - Boley Centers' 35th Annual Jingle Bell Run
Dec. 14 - Nate Najar's Jazz Holiday 2017
Dec. 14-23 - Glice Skating & Visits with Santa
Dec. 16 - Holizaar Holiday Bazaar
Home Alone '09 Christmas Outdoor Movie & Craft Market
Beers on the Pier
Dec. 16 & 17 - St. Petersburg Holiday of the Arts
Through Jan. 2 - Illuminated Greeting Card Displays
As of Nov. 27, 164,000 cubic yards of storm debris has been delivered to the storm reduction site.
City crews will make a final pass through the city in the next week or two to collect storm debris left behind after Irma. Crews will not pick up debris that is fresh and non-storm related, as it will not be eligible for FEMA reimbursement. A contractual monitor will assist city crews in evaluating debris in question.
For additional storm recovery information, visit StPeteRecovers.com.
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2018 CONA LEADERSHIP CLASS
The 26th CONA Leadership Class begins on January 8th, 2018.
The Neighborhood Leadership program provides education, tools and a civic network for St. Petersburg residents who are committed to creating a strong sense of community through education, collaboration, identification of resources and partnership building with the City of St. Petersburg.
The new CONA Neighborhood Leadership Program is an improved training ground for prospective leaders. The program has been revitalized and will include interactive learning opportunities throughout the course. This will bring participants into one-on-one contact with various civic professionals and organizations in the area, helping the participants gain skills that will assist them in identifying and solving neighborhood challenges.
If you know of someone who is:
Interested? Visit www.conastpete.org/cona-leadership for more details and to complete an application.
"Welcome to St. Petersburg, where our vision is to be a city of opportunity where the sun shines on all who come to live, work, and play. With your help, our neighborhoods, businesses, every individual, will enjoy a new opportunity to be lifted into the light of our St. Petersburg sun."