The city cares about your community and various departments provide services to help meet the needs of residents, businesses and visitors alike. Learn what’s available at your library; how the city implements accessibility; how the mayor supports education for St. Petersburg students and schools; or how to report an issue (such as a pothole, broken sidewalk, or fallen tree limb).
Community Services Interactive Map - find CRA permits, foreclosures, schools, neighborhood programs, active codes cases, parks, residential rehabs and more.
St. Petersburg Services available in your community include:
- See – Click – Fix (You can report an issue and follow up on its progress)
- Innovision, an online Town Hall
- Youth Employment Programs
- Seven Community Libraries (located geographically throughout the city)
- Social Services, Homeless and Veterans Services
- St. Pete’s Promise, education and mentoring initiatives
- Accessibility, ADA compliance, advocacy programs, and more
- The N-Team or Neighborhood Team, home repair assistance for the elderly, disabled or low-income homeowners
In addition, our Community Services department serves as a liaison between neighborhoods and city administration - overseeing a network of more than 110 neighborhood and business associations - supporting existing organizations or helping create new civic or business groups. Community Services also works to develop neighborhood plans, implement neighborhood traffic plans, and coordinate the city's I CAN volunteer initiative (Involved Citizens Active in Neighborhoods) - facilitating collaborative efforts between faith-based organizations and neighborhoods including two annual volunteer events, Scrubbin' da 'Burg and Carefest.