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Youth Development Grant Applications Due February 23

The City of St. Petersburg is offering a new source of grant funding for local organizations to develop programs for at-risk youth in St. Pete – the Youth Development Grant program. Here’s a short video to learn more about the program. For the full application and more information on the program, please visit:

2018 Youth Grant Application (PDF)    

2018 Youth Grant Application - Word

Applications must be completed and delivered by 5 p.m. Friday, February 23. 

Participation Encouraged for Sustainability Survey

The city of St. Petersburg is asking for your help in developing an action plan for a safe, sustainable city with the St. Pete Integrated Sustainability Action Plan (ISAP) Resident and Business Survey.  The survey seeks to gather information on the city’s current state of sustainability and quality of life, as well as identify future areas of opportunity and improvement. Information collected will be used to develop an ISAP, which will guide city departments in providing sustainable services to citizens and businesses. 

For information about the city of St. Petersburg’s Sustainability and Resiliency program or the ISAP, visit Survey questions and comments may be addressed to

Drinking Water Main Replacement Open Houses

Citizens may get a closer look at the city's plan to replace drinking water lines in the downtown area during two open houses this Friday, Feb. 23 and on March 2 at the Sunshine Center. Bids are being accepted to replace 2,500 linear feet of 8" and 12" drinking water lines along Central Ave. from 3rd St. N. to Beach Dr., along 1st Ave. N., from 3rd St. N. to 1st St. N., and 1st St. N., from Central Ave. to 1st Ave. N. Construction is expected to get underway this spring and last approximately seven months. More info.

40th Ave. Bridge Project Moves Forward

Engineering firm Cardno, Inc., has been selected as the design firm to oversee the replacement of the 40th Ave. bridge project. The firm will focus on the needs of motorists, boaters, and neighborhoods surrounding Smack’s Bayou through public engagement and outreach, design elements, and concept renderings with the first outreach efforts commencing in late spring or early summer. The bridge is an integral connector for residents in the Venetian Isles, Shore Acres, Northeast Park and Old Northeast neighborhoods. More info

City Offices Closed Monday, February 19

Presidents' Holiday Impacts Trash & Recycling Collection Days

During the Presidents’ holiday week of February 19 to 23, the only changes for trash and recycling pickup days for St. Petersburg residential customers are:

- Monday collections for garbage and recycling will be made on Tuesday.
- Tuesday collections will be Wednesday.

Thursday and Friday collections remain the same. 

In observance of the Presidents’ Day holiday on Monday, February 19, city government facilities closed to the public include St. Petersburg City Hall and Municipal Services Center downtown, Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, The Greenhouse, Coliseum, Enoch Davis Center, Jamestown Apartments and Townhomes Office, Dwight H. Jones Neighborhood Center, six community libraries, Sunken Gardens' business office and the Sunshine Center. Full news release

This week in St. Pete


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

City Initiatives

We're working hard for your city. Here are the latest projects and announcements.

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