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Share Ideas with Marina Master Plan Survey

Interested citizens and boaters are encouraged to help the city improve the St. Petersburg Marina by sharing ideas in a Marina Master Plan survey, available through January 20. The city is looking to improve efficiency and boating conditions at the Marina, which could include replacing the Central and South Yacht Basin Docks, reduce maintenance costs and accommodate newer model boat sizes. Completed surveys may be returned to marina@stpete.org, by U.S. mail, or dropped off at the Marina Office, on Demen's Landing next to the boat ramp, 500 1st. Ave. SE. Survey deadline is January 20.

St. Pete Becomes 1st FL City and 20th U.S. City to Commit to 100% Clean, Renewable Energy

The St. Petersburg City Council formally approved the city’s commitment to transitioning to 100% clean, renewable energy on Monday, Nov. 21. St. Petersburg represents the first city in Florida and the 20th city in the country to make such a commitment.

In a unanimous vote, the City Council Committee of the Whole allocated $250K of BP Oil Spill settlement funds to an “Integrated Sustainability Action Plan” (ISAP), which will chart a roadmap to 100% clean, renewable energy in Saint Petersburg.  In addition, the plan also incorporates components of a climate action plan, a resiliency plan and strategies for Saint Petersburg to achieve a 5 STAR Community rating.  The 100% clean energy roadmap builds on Mayor Rick Kriseman’s Executive Order establishing a net-zero energy goal for the City earlier in 2016. 

Mayor Rick Kriseman will share more information on the Integrated Sustainability Action Plan at a press conference on December 9 at 2:30 PM on the steps of City Hall. The Chancellor of the University of South Florida St. Petersburg will also make an announcement about the University's recently-completed Climate Action Plan. 

Miss. State, Miami of Ohio Kick Off In St. Petersburg Bowl

St. Petersburg football fans score when Mississippi State and Miami of Ohio show up for kickoff in this year's St. Petersburg Bowl December 26 at Tropicana Field. Tickets for the 11 a.m. game start at $40 and are available at Tickets.com. Fans are invited to celebrate with a December 25 Block Party and a gameday Tailgate Extravaganza, both at Ferg's.  Teams will also participate in a beach bash and a battle of the bands. This is the first SEC Bowl game appearance for the Mississippi State Bulldogs, while the Miami of Ohio Redhawks represent the Mid-American Conference for the third year. The St. Petersburg Bowl is owned and operated by ESPN Events, a division of ESPN.

Mayor Kriseman Unveils Wastewater Improvement Plan

The plan will increase the capacity of existing plants, line and seal targeted pipes and manholes, engineer enough redundancy in our system to sustain operations for two weeks should one of our three plants go offline or be otherwise rendered inoperable in a crisis situation, and operate totally within the rules and guidelines of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, even during a crisis. Additional capacity through the complete reopening of the Albert Whitted Wastewater facility or other facility expansions remains under consideration.

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

City Initiatives

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

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