St. Petersburg is home to a very diverse and active neighborhood community.
Our Community Services Department helps develop and implement neighborhood improvement programs -- overseeing a network of more than 110 neighborhood and business associations, supporting existing organizations or helping create new civic or business groups, developing neighborhood plans, implementing neighborhood traffic plans, and coordinating the city's volunteering initiative, I CAN (Involved Citizens Active in Neighborhoods).
Community Services Interactive Map - find schools, neighborhood programs, parks, residential rehabs and more.
Community input for building better neighborhoods
The city welcomes residents to take part in improving our neighborhoods and quality of life by voicing concerns and pinpointing priorities. A sampling of efforts available throughout the community:
- See - Click - Fix - A web tool that allows citizens to report non-emergency neighborhood issues
- Youth Services - Youth employment programs
- Committee to Advocate for Persons with Impairments (CAPI)
- Strategic Plan to Address Homelessness
- The N-Team - Home repair assistance for the elderly, disabled or low-income homeowners
- Neighborhood Grants - Improve your neighborhood with our Neighborhood Matching Grant program or the Mayor’s Mini-Grant program
- Volunteer Opportunities - Featuring annual events such as Scrubbin' da 'Burg and CareFest