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40th Ave. Bridge Opens to Traffic

The 40th Ave. bridge is now open to two-way traffic. One eastbound and one westbound lane of traffic may use the outer edges of the bridge, allowing engineers to access and inspect the interior and center areas of the bridge span. A reduced 15 mile per hour speed limit for vehicles will be maintained; trucks using the bridge should pay attention to posted weight limits and lower speed. Due to the traffic pattern change, pedestrians should use other routes.

Adopt A Project Today! CareFest St. Pete September 30

Neighborhood and community-based groups, houses of worship, corporate teams, school clubs, teams, businesses and individuals are invited to participate in CareFest St. Pete 2017. The annual city-wide work day is Saturday, September 30. Volunteers are still needed to adopt a project and help with various home repair projects, painting, mowing, weeding, yard work and cleanups throughout St. Petersburg neighborhoods. To learn more, visit www.carefestusa.com and click on “Get Involved,” “Search for a Project,” then "St. Petersburg."  What is CareFest? FLYER

Input Encouraged for Proposed Garden Project

A new garden project adjacent to the Enoch Davis Center, 1111 18th Ave. S. is under consideration by the city and we're asking for your input.

Several proposals are consideration, including community gardens featuring individual plots for resident gardens to market-style gardens managed by nonprofit organizations offering fresh, affordable produce for sale on site. An online survey and paper surveys are available at selected recreation centers. Completed surveys are due Sept. 5. 

 

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 could support St. Petersburg's future 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 has built a better St. Petersburg in our latest White Board video, view past Penny accomplishments with our interactive GIS map tool or request a speaker.

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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

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Vincent Jackson shares his vision for the Manhattan Casino's Callaloo Restaurant

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City Selects New Manhattan Casino Tenant: The Callaloo Group

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