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Osgood Point Trail Opening 10/19

Join the City of St. Petersburg and the City of Gulfport in celebrating the formal opening of the Osgood Point Trail – a connector providing enhanced transportation, accessibility and mobility between two great cities.

Walkers, joggers, cyclists and everyone in between are invited to join Mayor Rick Kriseman and Mayor Samuel Henderson on Saturday, October 19 at 9 a.m. at 26th Ave. S. & Quincy St. S. for a special ceremony and remarks.

To RSVP for this special ceremony, visit stpete.org/osgood-trail-event.

Read the full release for more information. 

Utility Rate Changes

Changes to City utility rates for sanitation, stormwater, water, wastewater and reclaimed water were adopted on October 1, 2019. 

Adjustments to monthly sanitation and stormwater fees will be reflected in the October utility bill and adjustments to monthly water, wastewater and reclaimed water fees will be reflected in the November utility bill. 

More information will be available at stpete.org/rates

Additionally, the new stormwater tiered rate structure became effective on October 1, 2019. View your property’s impervious surface area measurement in the Stormwater Review and Appeals Portal at stpete.org/ratechanges.

Remember: the best way to lower your utility bill is to use less water. St. Petersburg’s Water Conservation Program offers tips, rebate programs and resources at stpete.org/waterprograms.

Time to SHINE, St. Pete!

Why don’t we paint the town, St. Pete? Ÿ— SHINE Mural Festival kicks off this Friday! We have a lot of exciting things in store for this year. Be sure to follow along on our social media channels.

#StPeteSupportsHer

The Greenhouse will be recognizing National Women’s Small Business Month in October and celebrating the countless women small business owners who have pursued their passion and taken the leap into entrepreneurship.

Women in business often face unique obstacles, and so networking with other businesswomen in order to share experiences, advice, and to move forward together, is invaluable.

The event will open a dialogue discussing needs, gaps and opportunities to better support women-owned businesses and focus on the following:
1) ACKNOWLEDGE
2) CELEBRATE
3) CONVENE
4) INPUT
5) ACT

Refreshments will be provided by local female owned companies (announcing soon!)

Complete a St. Pete Women's Small Business survey - results will be reviewed during the event

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