Accessibility Information skip navigation
Accessibility Information skip navigation

Learn More About Penny for Pinellas - White Board Series

On November 7, St. Petersburg and Pinellas County registered voters will consider extending the one percent Penny for Pinellas tax from 2020 to 2030. If approved, a portion of the funds would support St. Petersburg's investment in long-term infrastructure improvements, such as replacing or lining pipes in our wastewater system, new police and fire vehicles, parks, playgrounds and green spaces, city facilities and other general infrastructure projects, without using property taxes. Learn how the Penny is building a better St. Petersburg in our latest White Board video, view past Penny accomplishments with our interactive GIS map tool or request a speaker for your group or organization.

Public Invited to Learn About Indian Mound Mobile App Project

A series of public meetings, will share information about the Indian mound mobile app project in Abercrombie, Jungle Prada/De Narvaez, Maximo and Indian Mound Parks. On Saturday, June 29, citizens may view a demonstration of the mobile app and ask questions at Maximo Park. The Wednesday forum will be lecture-style.

Meetings will be held:

Weds., July 26, Sunshine Center, 330 5th St. N., at 6 p.m., and
Sat., July 29, Maximo Park, 34th St. and Pinellas Point Dr. S., at 10 a.m.

When the app is launched, visitors to the mounds will be able to use smartphones to connect with videos showing how Native American societies lived centuries ago. Meetings are free and open to the public.

Learn To Swim Program!

Swimming is a basic survival skill. Let us teach you how to swim this Summer!

Lessons are for all levels - age 6 months to adult.

Registration is open now at all St. Pete recreation centers and the North Shore Aquatic Complex during normal business hours.

Session 5 • July 24 - August 3

More information, here.

New Water Restrictions In Effect June 5

Beginning June 5 and due to below normal rainfall levels, St. Petersburg water customers will be required to reduce outdoor watering to once per week for lawn irrigation and car washing. The Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) Water Shortage Order #2017-014 applies to all properties with potable (city) water, water from private wells, or private connections to surface water sources (lakes, ponds, etc.). Water restrictions will remain in effect through August 1, 2017, unless changed by SWFWMD.

If you are a St. Petersburg resident located within city limits, the following applies: Addresses with EVEN numbers may irrigate, if necessary, on Saturday, while addresses ending in ODD numbers may irrigate on Sunday. Irrigation should only occur between 5-9 a.m. or 7-11 p.m. Car washing is allowed once per week, on the designated watering day. Other restrictions apply - visit stpete.org/waterrestrictions for more details.

There are no restrictions on reclaimed water use. Reclaimed water customers are encouraged to conserve and water no more than three days per week, between 5-9 a.m. OR 7-11 p.m. Addresses with EVEN numbers should irrigate on Tues., Thurs., and Sat., with ODD numbers irrigating on Weds., Fri., and Sun.

This week in St. Pete

News

From our Mayor

Rick Kriseman

"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." 
Mayor Rick Kriseman Signature

View on YouTube

City of St. Petersburg’s Expansion & Protection of Green Space

City of St. Petersburg
P.O. Box 2842
St. Petersburg, FL 33731

  • p: 727-893-7111
  • f: 727-892-5102
  • tty: 727-892-5259
Copyright City of St. Petersburg
St. Pete TV - Off The Air