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St Pete Wi-Fi


st_pete_wi_fi_logoStPeteWi-Fi access is available free of charge to any visitor. The intent of StPeteWi-Fi is to provide free wireless Internet connectivity to the residents and visitors of St. Pete in areas where citizens interact with city services providers. This service was provided in an attempt to enhance the visitors' user experience when conducting city business.

Locations of StPeteWi-Fi Access Points:

MSC - 1st Floor Cashiers' Office

MSC - 1st Floor Permit Waiting Room

City Hall Council Chambers

Coliseum

StPeteWi-Fi will allow approximately 25 wireless devices to connect to it. Multiple access-points installed at the Coliseum allow more visitors to connect to the Internet from that location.  Right now, we are simultaneously providing wireless connectivity to an average of 20 wireless devices per day.

The Library also provides free Wi-Fi access to anyone.  The network names for this access vary from library to library.

Library locations where free Wi-Fi is available:

President Barack Obama Main Library
(currently closed for renovations) 
Network Name = MAIN 
North Community Network Name = NORTH
Mirror Lake Community Network Name = MIRROR
South Community Network Name = SOUTH
Johnson Community Network Name = JOHNSON
Childs Park Network Name = CHILDS

Bright House also provides Wi-Fi access in a number of locations around the city. This service is free to anyone who has an account with Bright House.

Bright House locations where Wi-Fi is available:

  • Downtown Area
  • Shuffleboard Club
  • Coquina Key Park
  • Crisp Park
  • Dell Holmes Park
  • Demens Landing
  • Azalea Park
  • Crescent Lake Park
  • City Municipal Marina (will be installed soon)
  • Lake Vista Park
  • Mirror Lake Park
  • Walter Fuller Park
  • Wildwood Park
  • Bartlett Park
  • Campbell Park
  • Northwest Park
  • Roberts Park
  • Science Center of Pinellas County

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