Keeping residents safe is a top priority. From storm preparedness to water quality, the City has teams that dedicate each and every day to this shared goal.
St. Petersburg Fire Rescue (SPFR) is a metropolitan sized, all-hazards emergency services provider for the City of St. Petersburg, Florida, and surrounding communities.
During hurricanes, tropical storms, and even heavy downpour in some areas—flooding can be a major concern for St. Pete residents and visitors. Know your zone and stay safe.
Hurricane preparedness is a part of life in St. Pete. Residents should take necessary precautions to prepare themselves, their property, and their communities for annual storms.
The St. Petersburg Police Department performs police services to protect and ensure the safety of the community, to enforce laws, and to protect the rights of all citizens.
Public Works Alerts
The City of St. Petersburg is committed to reporting unauthorized discharges at water plants and within city limits. Follow @StPetePW on Twitter for real-time alerts.
Recreational Water Quality
The City of St. Petersburg strives to maintain safe water for our citizens and environmental health. Recreational water quality is tested and reported on weekly.