The city works to help preserve and improve the health of all its neighborhoods. If foreclosures and vacancies are affecting the quality of your neighborhood, the city has resources to help.
- To help in resolving neighborhood blight issues, such as, over grown grass or weeds, trash, litter or debris, fences in disrepair, open and vacant buildings, abandoned vehicles, etc., call the Code Compliance Assistance Department at (727) 893-7373 or report it via our web page or the Community Services Department at (727) 892-5141.
- Report Graffiti by calling the Sanitation Department at 727-893-7394 for assistance with removal. Our goal is to respond within 48 hours of notification since a swift response with immediate removal discourages repeat incidents. We photograph and document all cases in a database which is shared with the SPPD for arrest and/or restitution action. To report graffiti in progress, please call 911.
Keep St. Pete Bright & Clean
Schedule a neighborhood cleanup, which is provided once a year for neighborhoods that have applied for, and have been approved by, the St. Petersburg Community Services Department. To organize your annual neighborhood cleanup call 727-892-5141.
Working to Improve our Neighborhoods (W.I.N.)
Need help with repairs to your existing home or looking to purchase a home, you can contact the Housing Department through the W.I.N. program to receive low interest loans. For more information visit the link at our housing page or by phone at (727) 893-7247.
Suspicious Activity – Call St. Petersburg Police Department
Keep a close watch on vacant properties and call the St. Petersburg Police Department at the non emergency number, 727-893-7780 or visit the website at the http://www.stpete.org/police/ to report any suspicious activity.
Pinellas County Humane Society
Pinellas County Humane Society provides adoption services for stray and unwanted dogs and cats. Please check http://www.humanesocietyofpinellas.org/ for more information.