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CareFest, September 27th
CareFest Volunteer Groups and Projects are now being accepted! If you have a project your group would like to be considered email the information to ICAN@stpete.org or by calling 727-892-5141.
Information needs to include:
- Contact name and information
- Project type (landscaping, cleanup, etc)
- Number of volunteers needed
- Supplies needed (and provided by)
- Group information
Projects are needed by August 15.
Mayor's Neighborhood Mini Grant Supported by
The Neighborhood Mini Grant Application is now available. Eligible applicants MUST BE a neighborhood, homeowners, or business association listed on the City’s neighborhood contact, or Crime Watch lists; or in the process of forming an association, with the assistance of the City. Please review the application for additional terms, conditions, and other eligibility requirements. For questions, please contact the Community Services Department at 727-892-5141 or email ICAN@stpete.org.
Completed, signed applications should be mailed to:
City of St. Petersburg
Community Services Department
PO Box 2842,
St. Petersburg, FL 33731-2842