OCEAN FESTIVAL OFFERS BLUE FELLOWSHIP GRANT
ANTI CYBER BULLYING RALLY AND CONCERT SEPT. 26 AT THE COLISEUM
PUBLIC INPUT ENCOURAGED FOR DOWNTOWN WATERFRONT MASTER PLAN
Everyone's invited to get acquainted with one of St. Petersburg’s greatest assets as city leaders plan for the future of the downtown waterfront. On Friday, Sept. 19, the public is invited to meet in front of the Bayside Fountain (across from the Mahaffey Theater) for a walking tour of the south downtown waterfront at 6 p.m., then share ideas during a meeting at the Cruise Port Terminal 1, 250 Eighth St. SE at 7:30 p.m. Citizens are also urged to join the conversation at www.StPeteInnovision.com.
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.
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.
Mayor Rick Kriseman
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