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Spill Notifications

2019 notifications are listed at the top of the page. 2018 and prior are listed in the table at the bottom.

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2019

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 09.11.2019

    On September 11, approximately 9,500 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 5100 block Venetian Blvd. NE due to a break in a reclaimed water service line. Approximately 7,600 gallons flowed into Tampa Bay. 

  • Digested Sludge Discharge Notification – 09.10.2019

    On September 10, approximately 800 gallons of digested sludge was discharged at the Northwest Water Reclamation Facility due to a leak. The discharge was cleaned, disinfected and contained onsite.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 09.08.2019

    On September 8, approximately 50 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the Southwest Water Reclamation Facility due to a break in the line. The discharge was contained onsite. 

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 09.08.2019

    On September 8, approximately 8,600 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 8400 block of Tobay Rd. N due to a break in the line. The discharge ran along the curb to the east and into a catch basis that leads to a canal. 

  • Grease Interceptor Contents Discharge Notification – 08.26.2019

    On August 26, approximately 2 gallons of grease interceptor contents were discharged on private property at the 3200 block of 1st Ave. S due to private lift station failure. The discharge flowed into a parking lot and storm drain. There is no evidence of discharge leaving the property. 

  • Partially Treated Effluent Discharge Notification – 08.19.2019

    On August 19, approximately 10 gallons of partially treated effluent was discharged from the Northeast Water Reclamation Facility. The discharge was contained on site and the area was cleaned and disinfected. 

  • Partially Treated Effluent Discharge Notification – 08.19.2019

    On August 19, approximately 2 gallons of partially treated effluent was discharged from the Northwest Water Reclamation Facility. The discharge was contained on site and the area was cleaned and disinfected. 

  • Partially Treated Effluent Discharge Notification – 08.19.2019

    On August 19, approximately 350 gallons of partially treated effluent was discharged from the Northeast Water Reclamation Facility. The discharge was contained on site and the area was cleaned and disinfected. 

  • Permit Violation Notification – 08.17.2019

    Violation date(s): 08/17/19
    Water Reclamation Facility: SOUTHWEST
    SINGLE DAY VIOLATION (<5.0mg/L)
    Maximum Total Suspended Solids (TSS): 50 mg/L
    Volume: 6.61 Million Gallons
    Comments: Extreme wet weather flows caused an increase in the plant effluent turbidity & suspended solids. Flow was diverted to the Reject Tanks. Hourly TSS sampling was begun at 19:30. Pumping to the reject tanks wasn't sufficient due to construction and only having two backwash pumps in service. At approximately 17:50, flows exceeded reject capability and off-spec water was diverted to the Injection Wells. The turbidity returned to compliance level at 22:30 and TSS at 23:30. The reclaimed water tank did receive an estimated 0.7 MG of off-spec water and the tank wash flushed according to protocol. At no time did off-spec water enter the Public Access Reuse System.

  • Wastewater Discharge Notification – 08.17.2019

    On August 17, a resident reported an unknown volume of wastewater that discharged from a manhole overflow at the location of 42nd St. S and 41st Ave. S. Wastewater entered a stormwater catch basin, which flows to Boca Ciega Bay.

  • Partially Treated Effluent Discharge Notification – 08.17.2019

    On August 17, approximately 10,000 gallons of partially treated effluent was discharged from the Southwest Water Reclamation Facility. The discharge was contained on site. 

  • Wastewater Discharge Notification – 08.17.2019

    On August 17, approximately 1,200 gallons of wastewater discharged from multiple manholes that overflowed in the area between 12th and 5th St. North between 50th and 54th Ave. North. Wastewater was running into the stormwater system which discharges to the 54th Avenue Ditch and into Placido Bayou.

    On August 17, approximately 100 gallons of wastewater discharged from a manhole overflow at the location of 1st Ave N and 28th Ave N. Wastewater went down the curb and entered a stormwater catch basin, which flows to Coffee Pot Bayou. 

    On August 17, approximately 100 gallons of wastewater discharged from a manhole overflow near 1st Street N and 40th Ave N in the alley. Wastewater entered the adjacent stormwater catch basin, which flows to a canal near 45th Avenue North and out to Smacks Bayou.

  • Wastewater Discharge Notification – 08.15.2019

    On August 15, approximately 100 gallons of wastewater was discharged from adjacent manholes on 66th Way N near 36th Ave N. The discharge was contained on site.

  • Wastewater Discharge Notification – 08.15.2019

    On August 15, approximately 50 gallons of wastewater was discharged from a manhole in the rear easement on 35th Ave N along Boca Ciega Bay. The discharge was contained on site.

  • Waste Sludge Discharge Notification – 08.08.2019

    On August 8, approximately 50 gallons of waste sludge was discharged at the Southwest Water Reclaimed Facility due to a failed pipe connection. The discharge was contained on site.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 08.08.2019

    On August 8, approximately 10 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the Northwest Water Reclaimed Facility due to a leaky valve box from an underground valve. The discharge was contained on site.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 08.06.2019

    On August 6, approximately 7,000 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 1300 block of 39th Ave. NE due to a break in the line by a plumbing company. The discharge flowed into the storm drain. City crews have made the necessary repairs.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 07.25.2019

    On July 25, approximately 6,400 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 1900 block of Brightwaters Blvd. NE due to a break in the line when a service saddle clamp disconnected. The discharge flowed into the storm drain that leads to Snell Isle Harbor. Reclaimed water service will temporarily be unavailable for customers in the area while repairs are made.

  • Waste Sludge Discharge Notification – 07.22.2019

    On July 22, approximately 200 gallons of waste sludge was discharged at the Northwest Water Reclamation Facility during scheduled valve replacement. The discharge was contained on-site and the area was cleaned and disinfected.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 07.17.2019

    On July 16, approximately 1,630 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 2600 block of 46th Ave. S due to a break in the line by a landscaper. The discharge was contained on-site, in the curb line and in the storm drain system.

  • Waste Sludge Discharge Notification – 07.16.2019

    On July 16, approximately 1 gallon of waste sludge was discharged at the Northeast Water Reclamation Facility during contractor inspection of a discharge pump. The discharge was contained on-site and the area was cleaned and disinfected.

  • Wastewater Discharge Notification – 07.12.2019

    On July 12, approximately 600 gallons of wastewater was discharged at a privately-owned manhole at 116th Ave. N due to an accumulation of rags and grease blocking discharge pipe. Approximately 450 gallons flowed to Leisure Lake and the remaining was vacuumed. The area was disinfected and warning signs were placed.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 07.10.2019

    On July 10, approximately 675 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the intersection of 1 Ave. N & 13th St. due to a break in the reclaimed water main by a contractor. Approximately 500 gallons flowed to Booker Creek and 175 gallons into the storm drain. The reclaimed water main was shut off to stop the leak until repairs can be made.

  • Waste Sludge Discharge Notification – 07.09.2019

    On July 9, approximately 50 gallons of waste sludge was discharged at the Southwest Water Reclamation Plant due to a contractor hitting a sludge sample return line while digging. The discharge remained on site. Repairs were made and the area was cleaned and disinfected.

  • Wastewater Discharge Notification – 07.08.2019

    On July 8, approximately 1,500 gallons of wastewater was discharged out of a manhole at the 1200 block of Eden Isle Blvd. NE due to a line blockage from an unknown material. The discharge flowed to a nearby stormwater catch basin. The blockage has been cleared and repairs will be made.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 07.07.2019

    On July 7, approximately 4,000 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 2000 block of Iowa Ave. NE due to a service saddle clamp failure and flowed to Tampa Bay. The reclaimed water main will temporarily be shut off for the impacted block until repairs are completed.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 07.01.2019

    On July 1, approximately 1,720 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 1100 block of North Shore Dr. NE due to a break in the reclaimed water service line. Approximately 860 gallons were contained on site.

  • Private Property Wastewater Discharge Notification – 07.01.2019

    On July 1, approximately 45 gallons of wastewater was discharged on private property near the intersection of 9th Ave. N and Queen St. N due to a blockage in a 4-inch lateral line. The discharge flowed into a nearby stormwater gutter. The area was cleaned and disinfected and the property owner was advised on next steps.

  • Wastewater Sludge Discharge Notification – 06.17.2019

    On June 20, approximately .5 gallons of return activated sludge was discharged at the Northwest Water Reclamation Facility. A sample bottle spilled and some leaked out onto a cement slab and was contained on-site. The area was cleaned and disinfected.

  • Suspended Solids Discharge Notification – 06.17.2019

    On June 17, approximately 50 gallons of mixed liquor suspended solids was discharged at the Northeast Water Reclamation Facility. An operator was flushing a sample line and the sample sink drain got clogged during flush which caused the sample sink to overflow. Most of the spill flowed to drains, which lead to an in-plant lift station for return to the treatment plant. Approximately one gallon overflowed onto the ground. The area was cleaned and disinfected.

  • Private Property Wastewater Discharge Notification – 06.07.2019

    On June 7, approximately 50 gallons of wastewater was discharged at a privately-owned lift station on private property at 2800 34th St. N due to a power failure. The area has been cleaned and disinfected.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 05.28.2019

    On May 28, approximately 2,537 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 900 block of Bay St. NE due to a break in the line by a contractor. Approximately 2,284 gallons flowed to Riviera Bay. Repairs have been made.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 05.23.2019

    On May 23, approximately 5,544 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 100 block of 38th Ave. SE due to a break in the line. Approximately 4,990 gallons flowed to Big Bayou and 554 gallons down the storm drain. The leak has been stopped.

  • Permit Violation Notification – 05.22.2019

    Water Reclamation Facility: SOUTHWEST
    SINGLE DAY VIOLATION (<1.0mg/L):
    Report date: 5/22/2019
    Violation date(s): 5/22/2019
    Minimum Daily Chlorine Residual: 0.01 mg/L
    Comments: A contractor closed the feed line to our two running bleach pumps resulting in an unexpected and rapid drop in our chlorine residual. With ongoing construction at our backwash pump station, we were unable to reject to the 15MG tank before off spec water got out onto the reuse system and wells. 0.027 MG was sent to Deep Well Injection, 0.057 MG went to the RWS, 1.101 MG was captured in the 15 MG Reject Storage Tank to be retreated.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 05.20.2019

    On May 20, approximately 2,079 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 3500 block of Beach Dr. SE due to a break in the reclaimed water service line by a contractor. Approximately 1,879 gallons flowed to Tampa Bay.  

  • Permit Violation Notification – 05.17.2019

    Water Reclamation Facility: SOUTHWEST 
    SINGLE DAY VIOLATION (<1.0mg/L):
    Report date: 5/17/2019
    Violation date(s): 5/17/2019
    Minimum Daily Chlorine Residual: 0.8 mg/L
    Comments: Plant was pumping to the Reclaimed Water System & Deep Well Injection. Total Flow during low TRC was 0.095 MGD, approx. 0.075 MG captured in the Reject Storage Tank, 0.011 MG sent to Deep Well Injection and 0.009 MG to the RWS.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 05.13.2019

    On May 13, approximately 5,868 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 400 block of Lida Way NE due to a break in the line by a contractor/homeowner during sidewalk excavation for a construction project. Approximately 5,288 gallons flowed to Tampa Bay. The leak has been repaired.  

  • Waste Sludge Discharge Notification – 05.08.2019

    On May 8, approximately 3 gallons of waste sludge was discharged at the Northeast Water Reclamation Facility due to a seal failure. The discharge remained on site.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 4.30.2019

    On April 30, approximately 3,500 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the Northwest Water Reclamation Facility due to a leak during repair to a distribution pump. The discharge remained on site. 

  • Effluent Violation Notification – 4.26.2019

    On April 26th, 2019 the Northeast Water Reclamation Facility (NEWRF) experienced a period of incomplete treatment as a result of complications following a planned maintenance activity. Results from samples taken the morning of April 26th for Total Suspended Solid (TSS) showed a value of 6.5 milligrams per liter (mg/L), exceeding the permit limit for TSS of 5.0 mg/L. The TSS results were received by NEWRF staff from the laboratory the evening of April 26th and staff proceeded to divert effluent flow to the reject storage tank. The volume of effluent reclaimed water disposed of through the deep injection wells between the morning sample and evening diversion to the reject storage tanks is presumed to have been in violation of the permit limit for TSS.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 4.26.2019

    On April 26, approximately 300 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the Northwest Water Reclamation Facility due to a small leak on a distribution pump. The discharge was contained on site and soaked into the ground.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 4.26.2019

    On April 26, approximately 6,748 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 300 Block of Cordova Blvd. NE due to a break in the water line. Repairs have been made. Approximately 6,074 gallons of reclaimed water flowed into Tampa Bay.

  • Wastewater Solids Discharge Notification – 4.24.2019

    On April 24, approximately 25 gallons of wastewater solids was discharged at the Northwest Water Reclamation Facility due to operator error by a contractor. The discharge was contained on site and the area was cleaned and disinfected.

  • Wastewater Solids Discharge Notification – 4.15.2019

    On April 15, approximately 500 gallons of wastewater solids was discharged at the Southwest Water Reclamation Facility due to operator error by a contractor. The discharge was contained on site and the area was cleaned and disinfected.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 4.14.2019

    On April 14, approximately 636,000 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 1600 block of Country Club Way S, due to a water main bursting. The majority of the water ran along the road to the east of the break and enter a ditch/ storm drain that goes to Lake Maggorie.

  • Wastewater Discharge Notification – 4.7.2019

    On April 7, approximately 20 gallons of wastewater was discharged at manholes on Sunrise Dr., Corsino Way S. and Cypress Way S. due to a power failure at the lift station. Approximately 2.5 gallons reached the stormwater catch basin, which leads to the canal between Big Bayou and Little Bayou. The discharge sites were vacuumed and disinfected and signs were posted.

  • Wastewater Discharge Notification – 4.1.2019

    On April 1, approximately 10 gallons of wastewater-soaked trash was discharged at the intersection of 30th Ave. N. and 75th St. due to a failed lid latch on a truck. The discharge site was cleaned and sanitized and the truck latch will be repaired.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 3.19.2019

    On March 19, approximately 1,200 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the Southwest Water Reclamation Facility due to a break in the line. Approximately 800 gallons was contained on-site and the rest flowed into the nearby storm drain.

  • Wastewater Discharge Notification – 3.18.2019

    On March 18, about 90 gallons of wastewater was discharged at a manhole at the 500 Block of 30th Ave S due to blockage in the line. About 65 gallons were removed and the rest flowed into the catch basin. The site was cleaned and disinfected, and signs were placed.

  • Wastewater Discharge Notification – 3.15.2019

    On March 15, about 50 gallons of wastewater was discharged at a manhole at the southeast corner of 116th Cr. and MLK St. N. due to blockage in the line. About 45 gallons was cleaned up and removed and the rest flowed into the private storm drain. The site was cleaned and disinfected, and signs were placed.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 3.13.2019

    On March 14, about 5,064 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at 4100 Overlook Dr. NE due to a break in the line. About 4,500 flowed to the storm drain into the bay. The reclaimed water main has been shut off for repairs, so customers on Overlook Dr. NE between Connecticut Ave. NE and Colorado Ave. NE will experience a temporary disruption to reclaimed water service.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 3.7.2019

    On March 7, about 830 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at 10801 Roosevelt Blvd North due to a break in the line. The discharge was contained in the nearby ditch line. Repairs will be made and reclaimed water service to the immediate area will be temporarily suspended for the duration of the repairs.

  • Wastewater Discharge Notification – 3.6.2019

    On March 6, about 50 gallons of wastewater was discharged at a manhole at the 1700 Block of 19th St South due to a blocked sewer line. About 45 gallons was cleaned up and removed and the rest flowed to the storm drain. The site was disinfected, and signs were placed.

  • Discharge Notification – 3.1.2019

    On March 1, about a 5-gallon bucket of pressed (dewatered) bio-solids fell from a truck trailer onto grass, curb, and street (26th Ave. N.)

  • Wastewater Discharge Notification – 2.21.2019

    On February 21, about 50 gallons of wastewater was discharged at the NE corner of 37th St and 46th Ave South due to a break in the line caused by a contractor. About 10 gallons were contained on site and the rest flowed to the storm drain which leads to Maximo Moorings Canal. 

    The contaminated soil was removed, warning signs will be placed at the waterway and the water will be tested for safety.

  • SW Plant Discharge Notification – 2.14.2019

    On February 14, about 500 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the SW Plant due to a break in the line. The discharge was contained on site.

  • NW Plant Discharge Notification – 2.1.2019

    On February 1, about 810 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the NW Plant due to a small break in tubing. The reclaimed water discharged into a storm drain that flowed to Boca Ciega Bay.

  • NE Plant Discharge Notification – 2.1.2019

    On February 1, about 50 gallons of partially-treated effluent water was discharged at the NE Plant due to a failed seal. The discharge was contained on site.

  • NW Plant Discharge Notification – 1.31.2019

    On January 31, about 15 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the NW Plant due to a leak during pressure testing. The discharge was contained on site.

  • NW Plant Discharge Notification – 1.30.2019

    On January 30, two reclaimed water discharges occurred at the NW Plant. One discharge of about 40 gallons of reclaimed water flowed into an in-plant sanitary sewer. The other discharge of about 550 gallons was caused by a failed line due to construction and was contained on site.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 1.30.2019

    On January 30, about 495 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 1800 block of Tanglewood Dr NE due to a failed service line. The majority of the reclaimed water ran along the curb into a storm drain in front of this property and the remainder stayed in the yard and soaked into the ground.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 1.29.2019

    On January 29, about 200 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 3900 block of 39th Ave N due to a leak. Approximately 100 gallons ran into a nearby storm drain system, the rest remained in the yard where the leak occurred.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 1.28.2019

    On January 28, about 540.6 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 3800 block of Shore Acres Blvd NE due to a break in the line. The discharge ran into a nearby storm drain system.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 1.22.2019

    On January 22, about 2,888 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 1800 block of Michigan Ave NE due to a break in the line. Approximately 2,500 gallons of reclaimed water entered a storm drain and should not directly reach surface waters. The remaining 388 gallons were contained on site.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 1.21.2019

    On January 21, about 1,600 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the 900 block of 42 Ave NE due to a break in the line. Approximately 1,200 gallons of reclaimed water entered a storm drain and should not directly reach surface waters. The remaining 400 gallons were contained on site.

  • SW Plant Discharge Notification – 1.15.2019

    On January 15, about 450 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged at the SW Plant due to a breach in the line. The discharge was contained on site.

  • Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification – 1.2.2019

    On January 2, about 650 gallons of reclaimed water was discharged due to a line break caused by traffic at 7500 26 Ave N, which is served by Northwest Water Reclamation Facility. The discharge was contained on site.



Spill Notifications: 2018 and Prior

Date Document
2018-12-27 Weekly Recreational Water Quality Results - 12.28.18
2018-12-26 SW Plant Spill Notification - 12.26.18
2018-12-23 Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification - 12.22.18
2018-12-23 Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification - 12.23.18
2018-12-22 Reclaimed Water Discharge Notification - 12.21.18
2018-12-21 Reclaimed Water Spill Notification - 12.20.18
2018-12-18 NW Plant Spill Notification - 12.17.18
2018-12-18 SW Plant Spill Notification - 12.17.18
2018-12-15 NE Plant Spill - 12.15.18
2018-12-13 NW Plant Spill notification -- 12/12/2018
2018-12-13 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated
2018-12-13 Roy Hanna Drive Spill notification -- 12/13/2018
2018-12-12 Roofing work to reduce travel lanes along First Avenue North
2018-12-11 SW Plant Spill notification -- 10/15/2018
2018-12-11 NW Plant Spill - 12.11.18
2018-12-10 NW Reclamation Facility Discharge - 12.10.18
2018-12-08 SW Reclamation Facility Discharge - 12.07.18
2018-12-08 SW Reclamation Facility Discharge - 11.23.18
2018-12-07 Crane Removal to close lanes on First Avenue North
2018-12-06 Water main repair closes lane along 38th Avenue North at Tyrone
2018-12-06 Water Main installation to close lane along First Avenue North downtown
2018-12-06 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated
2018-12-04 Overflow at NE Plant - 12.03.18
2018-11-29 Design team details 40th Avenue Bridge Improvements
2018-11-15 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated; surveys expanded
2018-11-14 Your chance to weigh in on 40th Avenue Bridge design
2018-11-13 Reclaimed Water Main Flushing coming
2018-11-09 Further enhancements coming to MLK
2018-11-08 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated
2018-11-01 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated
2018-10-30 Emergency water repairs along 62nd Avenue North close lanes
2018-10-25 Sewer Repairs to force road closures in Old Northeast
2018-10-25 Manhole Repairs to reroute traffic at 58th Street and 30th Avenue North
2018-10-25 Manhole work begins this weekend at MLK and 22nd Avenue North
2018-10-25 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated
2018-10-24 West Central District Streetscape Project Set To Begin
2018-10-22 Jungle Lake at Walter Fuller Park safe for recreational uses
2018-10-22 Overhead utility work to close curb lane along 62nd Avenue NE
2018-10-18 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated
2018-10-16 Reclaimed leak stopped at Southwest Water Reclamation Facility
2018-10-15 St. Pete Water Resources crews headed to Panhandle
2018-10-13 Reclaimed leak stopped Saturday
2018-10-12 Water Quality Improves at Treasure Island Beach
2018-10-10 Tidal intrusion effects felt in St. Petersburg
2018-10-10 Recreational Water Quality Results Update October 10, 2018
2018-10-05 40th Avenue NE Bridge Project design and details to be discussed
2018-10-05 Water Quality Improves at Maximo, North Shore Beaches
2018-10-04 Snell Isle Lift Station Repairs Community Meeting set to discuss plans
2018-10-04 Recreational Water Quality Results Update October 4, 2018
2018-09-28 Cross-connection leads to wastewater discharge
2018-09-28 Water Quality Improves at North Shore Beach
2018-09-28 Emergency Roadway Repairs to close part of Fourth Street South
2018-09-27 Recreational Water Quality Results Update September 27, 2018
2018-09-26 Sidewalk work to improve pedestrian access City-wide
2018-09-26 Booker Creek Improvements through Roser Park
2018-09-26 Roadway repairs cause lane closures on Fourth Street South
2018-09-20 Recreational Water Quality Results Update September 20, 2018
2018-09-20 Underground utility work to cause detours through Causeway Isles
2018-09-20 Red Tide Update
2018-09-17 Street Repairs force closures at First Avenue South; 31st Street South
2018-09-17 Red tide information – and contacts for dead fish removal
2018-09-17 Curb Repairs to improve turn from Second Avenue North to Second Street North
2018-09-14 Gas line testing to close roadways overnight October 8
2018-09-13 Recreational Water Quality Results Update September 13, 2018
2018-09-12 Water Service Work to close part of First Avenue North September 17-18
2018-09-10 September 10 Red Tide update
2018-09-06 Recreational Water Quality Results Update August 6, 2018
2018-09-06 Stormwater Crews prepare for Wet Weather
2018-09-04 Repaving and Reconfiguration of MLK lanes to begin September 4
2018-08-31 Water Quality Improves at North Shore Beach
2018-08-30 Recreational Water Quality Results August 30, 2018
2018-08-29 No contact advisory remains in effect for Shore Acres waters
2018-08-28 Water Main work scheduled along Bayshore Boulevard
2018-08-28 Sewer Repairs to cause close part of 44th Street South
2018-08-27 Water Meter repair work to cause delays Downtown
2018-08-27 Bus-stop creation to cause delays along Sixth Avenue
2018-08-27 Paving work to cause delays along Central Avenue
2018-08-23 Recreational Water Quality Update for August 23, 2018
2018-08-23 No contact advisory remains in effect for Shore Acres waters
2018-08-22 Lift Station under repair after wastewater leak
2018-08-21 Emergency pipe work will cause delays at 30th Avenue North at 28th Street North
2018-08-17 Boil Water Notice lifted for Snell Isle
2018-08-17 Intersection Changes force temporary lane closures on First Avenue North
2018-08-16 Recreational Water Quality Results August 16, 2018
2018-08-16 Reclaimed Water leak stopped
2018-08-15 Water main leak stopped
2018-08-15 Sewer work to close parts of First Avenue North
2018-08-10 Follow-up Recreational Water Quality results released
2018-08-09 Road Repairs to cause traffic shift along 31st Street South
2018-08-09 Recreational Water Quality Results Released
2018-08-08 "Mending the gap" on the bridge over Coffee Pot Bayou
2018-08-08 Manhole Repairs to close parts of 35th Avenue at 5th Street North Sunday
2018-08-08 Reclaimed Water main leak stopped
2018-08-07 Red Tide Facts
2018-08-06 Sewer Repairs to affect Northeast Park traffic this week
2018-08-03 Stormwater Repairs to affect Downtown traffic this weekend
2018-08-03 Water Main Repair to affect traffic around Mirror Lake
2018-08-02 Water Main Repair to close Ninth Avenue S between 21st and 22nd Streets South
2018-08-02 Recreational Water Quality Results Released
2018-08-02 Drain pipe replacement in Lakewood Estates
2018-07-27 Water Quality Improves at North Shore Beach
2018-07-27 Coming Soon - Stormwater Tiered Rate System
2018-07-26 Recreational Water Results Update
2018-07-26 Traffic shift for scheduled Water Main Repairs
2018-07-25 Traffic shift for scheduled AC Installation
2018-07-24 Reclaimed Water leak stopped at Northwest Water Reclamation Facility
2018-07-20 Reclaimed Water main leak
2018-07-20 Water Quality Improves at St. Petersburg Beaches
2018-07-19 Recreational Water Quality Results
2018-07-17 Traffic shift scheduled along 31st St. S
2018-07-16 Reclaimed Water main leak stopped
2018-07-13 Road repair to cause temporary closure
2018-07-12 38th Avenue OPEN under CSX tracks
2018-07-12 City Beaches report good water quality
2018-07-09 Downtown water main replacement begins
2018-07-09 Drainage repairs continue 38th Avenue N detours through July 20
2018-07-05 Reclaimed transmission line ruptured by horizontal drilling contractor
2018-07-04 North Shore Beach re-opened for 4th of July Fun
2018-07-03 Recreational Water Results Update
2018-06-28 Recreational Water Quality Results updated
2018-06-22 Stormwater Crews clear drainage lines to mitigate potential flooding
2018-06-22 North Shore Beach re-opened for swimming
2018-06-22 Tree work to restrict traffic along 22nd Avenue Monday
2018-06-22 Survey shows significant interest in Bridge Project
2018-06-21 Recreational Water Results Update
2018-06-20 Sidewalk work along MLK St. between 33rd/34th Av. N
2018-06-18 40th Avenue Bridge Survey closes tonight
2018-06-18 Raised Intersection replacement coming to Childs Park
2018-06-15 North Shore Beach re-opened for swimming
2018-06-15 St. Petersburg Crews help clean-up and repair Private Force Main
2018-06-14 40th Avenue Bridge Survey closes June 18
2018-06-14 Recreational Water Results Update
2018-06-12 Storm Drain Improvements coming to Childs Park
2018-06-07 Downtown water main replacement to force road closures
2018-06-07 Recreational Water Quality Results updated
2018-06-05 Temporary closure… 40th Avenue Bridge Update
2018-06-02 Reclaimed leak stopped - Service out during repairs
2018-06-01 Recreational Water Quality Results updated
2018-06-01 Water Resources crews offer Mutual Aid for serious sewer situations
2018-05-31 801 Central Avenue Project to close lanes and shift traffic
2018-05-31 Traffic shift scheduled for Sewer Connection
2018-05-31 Traffic shift scheduled for Sewer Line Replacement
2018-05-31 FREE Smart Landscape Design Workshop THIS WEEKEND
2018-05-29 Disston Detours Delayed
2018-05-29 City Sewer Plants weather the Sub-Tropical weather
2018-05-25 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-05-24 40th Avenue Bridge traffic adjustments coming
2018-05-23 Disston Plaza Improvements force road closures
2018-05-23 Drainage repairs to force detours on 34th Street N
2018-05-22 Water Main Repairs to close one lane of MLK Jr. Street
2018-05-22 58th Street closures May 23
2018-05-22 Night-time road work to close Central Avenue
2018-05-22 Tanglewood Bridge replacement plans ready
2018-05-18 Water Quality Improves at St. Petersburg Beach
2018-05-17 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-05-17 Public Outreach and Informational Resources for 40th Avenue NE Bridge Project
2018-05-10 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-05-03 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-05-03 Reclaimed Customers' conservation commended
2018-05-02 New (Drinking) Water Quality Report Released
2018-05-02 Reclaimed Water Leak
2018-05-01 Reclaimed leak stopped at Southwest Water Reclamation Facility
2018-04-27 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-04-27 Small Amount of Waste Sludge leaks at construction site
2018-04-20 Precautionary Boil Water Notice Rescinded
2018-04-19 Recreational Water Quality samples test "Good"
2018-04-18 Precautionary Boil-Water Notice Issued for Tyrone Gardens area
2018-04-12 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-04-09 Wastewater/Stormwater Task Force shows sewer system progress
2018-04-05 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-04-01 Grease clog causes manhole overflow near St. Joe's Creek
2018-03-30 St. Petersburg Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-03-27 Dry-season demand for Reclaimed Water increases
2018-03-27 Small sewage spill stopped quickly at Northwest Water Reclamation Facility
2018-03-15 Recreational Water Quality Tests Expanded; weekly results published
2018-03-14 Emergency sewer repairs force walkway re-routing
2018-03-08 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-03-06 Water Goats help keep Lake Maggiore clear
2018-03-01 Drainage Improvements in Denver Park
2018-03-01 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-02-28 Intermittent lane closures through downtown March 1st
2018-02-26 Fall comes "later" in Florida… but leaves still need proper disposal
2018-02-22 Resurfacing and Grand Prix preps force detours downtown
2018-02-22 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-02-19 Sewer bypass leak stopped
2018-02-16 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-02-16 Downtown Water Main Replacement plans to be presented
2018-02-08 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-02-08 Time running out on "Sensible Sprinkling Program"
2018-02-02 Update - Good Rating from Lassing Park Water Samples Re-test
2018-02-02 Medians coming to calm traffic on 34th Avenue N
2018-02-01 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-01-27 Sludge leak stopped at Northeast Water Reclamation Facility
2018-01-25 Northshore Beach Advisory and Additional Water Testing Results
2018-01-25 Road work to create medians
2018-01-25 Road work to improve drainage along Serpentine Drive
2018-01-25 Small discharges at Water Reclamation Facilities
2018-01-24 City to assist Duke Energy in manhole maintenance
2018-01-24 Water main break closes intersection
2018-01-23 Design firm selected for 40th Avenue Bridge Project
2018-01-18 It may be cold… but the water's fine!
2018-01-18 Reclaimed leak stopped (twice) at Northeast Water Reclamation Facility
2018-01-18 City to continue "smoke testing" for sewer line defects in 2018
2018-01-16 Moving forward on 40th Avenue Bridge design firm selection
2018-01-12 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-01-12 Sewer Repairs to close lanes on 38th Avenue N
2018-01-09 Marina Master Plan Open House
2018-01-09 40th Avenue Bridge timeline UPDATE
2018-01-08 Reclaimed water leak investigated at Northeast Water Reclamation Facility
2018-01-05 Sludge leak stopped at Northeast Water Reclamation Facility
2018-01-05 Recreational Water Quality Results Updated
2018-01-04 Integrated Water Plan Moves Forward
2017-12-29 New Water, Sewer Rates for the New Year
2017-12-28 Getting a clearer picture of Water Quality
2017-12-28 Water Quality results re-updated
2017-12-22 Reclaimed leak stopped at Southwest Water Reclamation Facility
2017-12-22 Just in time for Christmas visitors, Water Quality results re-updated
2017-12-21 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated
2017-12-20 Drainage Improvements coming to 34th Avenue NE
2017-12-14 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated
2017-12-11 Saving time and money with directional drilling
2017-12-08 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated
2017-12-07 Infrastructure Investments and Improvements continue… But Homeowners' help is key!
2017-12-01 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated
2017-11-28 Reclaimed Water leak stopped
2017-11-21 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated
2017-11-16 Weekly Recreational Water Quality results updated
2017-11-15 Small leak at Northeast Water Reclamation Facility
2017-11-15 Quick reaction and hard work by Public Works crews save the day
2017-11-14 Citizen Input Requested on Future of Area Near Dr. M.L. King Jr. Street North
2017-11-13 City assists "sensible sprinklers"
2017-11-09 Small leak stopped at Northwest Water Reclamation Facility
2017-11-09 Recreational Water Quality remains "Good" at St. Petersburg sites
2017-10-31 Emergency repairs temporarily close two lanes of US 19 South
2017-10-29 Small leak stopped at Southwest Water Reclamation Facility
2017-10-27 New 40th Avenue Bridge in the works
2017-10-26 Reclaimed water line leak stopped
2017-10-19 Recreational Water Quality "Good" at St. Petersburg sites
2017-10-13 Public Works Public Update
2017-10-12 Recreational Water Quality tests updated
2017-10-11 Venetian Isles Seawalls set for re-hab
2017-10-05 Recreational Water Results Update
2017-09-28 Cosme Water Treatment Plant to hold Open House October 14
2017-09-22 Moving forward with Water Resources:  From Consent Order to Master Planning
2017-09-22 Check Sprinkler System Time Clocks After Power Loss
2017-09-21 Lanes to be closed downtown for overnight water main work
2017-09-19 Water Quality Returns to Pre-Irma Levels
2017-09-14 Recreational Water Quality Update
2017-09-13 City of St. Petersburg beaches closed following Hurricane Irma
2017-09-12 Partially treated water leaks from holding tank at Northeast Water Reclamation Facility
2017-09-12 Recycling collection suspended due to loss of power at processing facility
2017-09-11 Power outages affect St. Petersburg wastewater system
2017-09-08 Sandbag supply exhausted
2017-09-07 Run on Sandbags in St. Petersburg
2017-09-06 Additional Sandbag Locations Available in Preperation For Possibility of Hurricane Irma
2017-09-05 Sandbag sites open in advance of Irma.  Stay informed.
2017-09-01 Water Quality Testing updates at Lassing Park and Northshore Beach
2017-09-01 Lead soils to be removed from City-owned property
2017-08-31 Enhanced water testing shows higher bacteria levesl at two city locations
2017-08-29 Small sewage seepage confined to SW Water Reclamation Facility
2017-08-29 Second Street to be closed
2017-08-28 Making 30th Avenue better for bicyclists
2017-08-24 Water Quality testing changes
2017-08-23 40th Avenue Bridge traffic resumes two-way pattern
2017-08-22 In Place Pipe-lining for Disston Heights
2017-08-22 40th Avenue Bridge traffic to resume two-way pattern Wednesday
2017-08-21 Paving underway.  40th Avenue Bridge still set for mid-week re-opening.
2017-08-18 40th Avenue Bridge remains closed to motorists for now
2017-08-17 Water Quality Testing takes a break at Spa Beach
2017-08-16 40th Avenue Bridge Update (8/16)
2017-08-15 Voluntary Boil Water Notice for two properties along 22nd Avenue S
2017-08-15 40th Avenue Bridge Update (8/15)
2017-08-14 40th Avenue Bridge Update
2017-08-11 40th Avenue Bridge to close for emergency repairs
2017-08-10 Fourth Street N closure tonight/overnight to complete roadway repairs
2017-08-10 Water main replacement may cause downtown detours and delays
2017-08-10 Recreational Water Quality Results updated
2017-08-09 Contractor slices Reclaimed Water line, Spill contained on site
2017-08-09 Warning signs removed from waterways near Clam Bayou
2017-08-04 Grease clog causes sewage overflow near Clam Bayou
2017-08-04 Precautionary boil water notice lifted as repairs continue along 4th St. N
2017-08-03 Partially treated sewage spill at Northeast Water Reclamation Facility
2017-08-03 Recreational Water Quality Results updated
2017-08-02 Water service out due to lightning strike
2017-08-02 Precautionary Boil Water Notice for 4th St corridor
2017-08-01 Watering restrictions eased
2017-07-31 St. Petersburg "weathers" TS Emily
2017-07-30 Blockage cleared from sanitary sewer line
2017-07-20 Help is on the way for drainage improvements near Crescent Lake
2017-07-14 Southwest Water Reclamation Facility Overflow – July 14 Update
2017-07-13 Overflow at Southwest Water Reclamation Facility contained on Plant Property
2017-07-13 Update:  Southwest Water Reclamation Facility Overflow
2017-07-13 Southwest Water Reclamation Facility Overflow
2017-07-07 Summer Storms Runoff Leads to Area Beach Advisories
2017-07-06 Water Quality Improves At Area Beaches
2017-06-26 St. Petersburg City Offices Closed Tuesday, July 4th; No Tuesday Collections for Trash or Recycling
2017-06-22 Interactive Apps Connect Citizens to Sunshine City
2017-06-16 NORTH SHORE BEACH WATER QUALITY ADVISORY LIFTED
2017-06-15 North Shore Beach Closed Due to Recent Rain Runoff
2017-06-12 Central Avenue Closed for Water Line Repairs
2017-06-10 St. Petersburg Beaches Opened After Testing Reveals Good Water Quality
2017-06-08 City Beaches Closed Due to Runoff
2017-06-08 North Shore Beach Water Improves to Good; Lassing Park, Maximo Beach Remain Closed
2017-05-24 City Watering Restrictions Tightened
2017-05-23 New Water Map - Dispatch
2017-05-23 Minor Unauthorized Discharges Managed by City's Water Resources Department
2017-05-11 Alert St. Pete Archive Sept 2016 - May 2017
2017-05-10 Reclaimed Water Leak Repaired at Northwest Plant
2017-05-05 Storm Season Readiness: Reveal and Remind
2017-05-04 Grease Clog Removed After Small Sewage Spill
2017-04-21 Untreated Groundwater Causes Localized Discharge
2017-04-20 Resident Input Sought for Roadway Improvements
2017-04-12 Minor Leak of Reclaimed Water at Northwest Plant
2017-04-03 Final Pelican Mortality Report Released
2017-03-18 Maintenance Scheduled to Repair Line Which Caused Leaking Manhole
2017-03-16 Leak from Bleach Containment System Noted at Northwest Reclamation Plant
2017-03-14 City Prepares for Rainy Season With Injection Well Groundbreaking
2017-03-08 Minor Sludge Spill at Northwest Reclamation Plant 
2017-03-02 Wastewater Open Houses: Come See What We Are Up To...
2017-03-01 Sharing Information with Stakeholders Opens Communication - Second Sewer Symposium Scheduled Mar. 15
2017-02-24 SEWER SYMPOSIUM:  A Public Forum on the Proposed Consent Order and Wastewater Project Implementation
2017-02-22 Public Input Sought on Northwest Injection Wells; Additional Meeting Held Tuesday, Feb. 28
2017-02-15 Manhole Maintenance Taking Place Throughout St. Petersburg
2017-02-10 St. Petersburg Launches Uni-Directional Flushing Program on Monday, February 13
2017-02-06 Latest Findings Released in Pelicans Deaths
2017-02-03 Tests Continue to Determine Cause of Pelican Deaths
2017-02-02 Northeast Reclaimed Water Discharge Confined to Plant Property
2017-02-01 Reclaimed Water Service Back To Normal in St. Petersburg
2017-01-31 Northeast Reclaimed Water Off Through Beginning of February
2017-01-26 Rehabilitated Pelicans Released; Studies Continue Into Avian Sickness
2017-01-24 Grand Canal Water Line Replacement Begins This Week
2017-01-24 Public Input Sought On Northwest Injection Wells
2017-01-20 Water Quality Tests Continue After Nanoplankton And Red Tide Found
2017-01-19 Warning Signs Removed; Water Quality Testing Continues
2017-01-18 City Continues Water Testing Regarding Bird Deaths Alongside FWC Investigation
2017-01-17 St. Petersburg Brings in Additional Assistance to Investigate Sick Pelicans –Update #1
2017-01-17 Riviera Bay, Coffee Pot Bayou Water Test Results Near Normal; Bird Testing Continues
2017-01-16 City of St. Petersburg Assisting With Discovery of Dead And Sick Pelicans;  Testing Water For Potential Cause
2017-01-06 Sanitary Sewer Improvements Begin in Bahama Shores, Coquina Key Neighborhoods
2016-12-13 Reclaimed Water Line Break at Vinoy Golf Club
2016-12-06 Public Input Invited on Improvements to Southwest Water Treatment Facility
2016-11-21 Grand Canal Seawall Replacement Project Rescheduled to November 28
2016-11-18 Duke Energy Enhances City Infrastructure with Improvements to Downtown Electrical Manholes
2016-11-12 Update: Private Force Main Break at 2nd St. N. and 99th Ave. N.
2016-11-11 Private Force Main Break at 2nd St. N. and 99th Ave. N.
2016-11-10 Detours In Place for Grand Canal Seawall Replacement Project
2016-11-03 Kriseman's Infrastructure Plan - Overview
2016-11-03 Kriseman's Infrastructure Plan - Presentation
2016-10-26 Maintenance of Reclaimed Water System Scheduled for Early Thursday Morning
2016-10-24 Reclaimed Water Line Break Repaired at Southwest Plant
2016-10-14 Potable Water Line Break Near Albert Whitted, Repairs Underway
2016-10-11 Open Houses, Public Tours Planned for St. Petersburg Wastewater Treatment Plants This Saturday, October 15
2016-10-05 Sewer Repairs Temporarily Affect Traffic
2016-09-28 Waterline Break Near Gandy Blvd.

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