GREENLIGHT PINELLAS YARD SIGNS AVAILABLE FOR PICK UP AT CITY FACILITIES
While supplies last, Greenlight Pinellas yard signs will be available for residents to pick up during normal business hours in the lobby of St. Petersburg City Hall, 175 Fifth St. N, the city’s Municipal Services Center, One Fourth St. N., Sunken Gardens, 1825 Fourth St. N. and at the following recreation centers. Limit one per residence please. City facilities distributing signs.
FIRST BUDGET HEARING THURSDAY SEPT. 4
Mayor Rick Kriseman will present his recommendations for the city's Fiscal Year 2015 Budget and Tax Rate during the first Public Budget Hearing this Thursday, September 4. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in St. Petersburg City Hall Council Chamber, 175 Fifth St. N. Residents will have a second opportunity to comment on the proposed spending plan before the final vote is taken during the final Budget Hearing on September 18.
HOLIDAY WEEK TRASH PICKUP CHANGES
Due to the Labor Day holiday, residential trash collections in St. Petersburg normally made on Monday will be on Tuesday; and Tuesday collections will be on Wednesday. All other collection days remain the same the week of September 1 to 5. Read More
INPUT SOUGHT FOR COMMUNITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Through September 30, St. Petersburg residents are encouraged to participate in a survey to help determine program and funding priorities for housing and community development projects and services in Pinellas County. Survey topics include affordable and workforce housing, neighborhood improvements, and public facilities and services. St. Petersburg, in conjunction with Pinellas County, is in the process of developing a five-year plan for the Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships and Emergency Solutions Grant programs to streamline resources available to Pinellas County residents. The survey is available at www.research.net/s/YD3K73G.
DESIGN FIRMS INVITED TO SUBMIT QUALIFICATIONS FOR NEW ST. PETE PIER DESIGN
WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT CAUSES SERVICE DISRUPTIONS
ORANGE MEANS IMPROVEMENTS, SMOOTH ROADS
Update - Motorists who travel Fourth Street should already be enjoying a smoother ride after FDOT recently put away the barricades on a major repaving project. Crews are putting finishing touches on the new surface, including striping, manhole adjustments, signage and minor asphalt work before the project's September 11 completion date. Repaving Fourth Street was the final step in a sewer replacement project which stretched from the 9200 block into downtown.
Fri, September 5th 8:00 PM - American Stage, 163 3rd St. N., St. Petersburg, FL A story about an unlikely friendship and the struggle to hold on to tradition in a modern world www.americanstage.org or 727-823-PLAY
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