Nestled at the southernmost tip of the City of St. Petersburg, in Pinellas County, FL, the Greater Pinellas Point neighborhood is surrounded on three sides by the sparkling waters of Tampa Bay. Our neighborhood is defined by eight parks, totaling more than 140 acres of green space, nine boat ramps, two recreation centers, a neighborhood pool, sports facilities, and access to some of the best fishing in the Tampa Bay region. We are proud of our amazing waterfront vistas, such as the panoramic view of the iconic Sunshine Skyway Bridge.
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The next general meeting will be held on October 25th at 7:00pm at the newly renovated Lake Vista Recreation Center on the corner of 16th St and 62nd Ave S.
This month Mayor Rick Kriseman and Public Works Director Claude Tankersley will be on hand to give an update and answer questions about stormwater management, water treatment facilities, and the recent sewage overflows into Tampa Bay. *** DUE TO AN ANTICIPATED HIGH TURN OUT, ONLY WRITTEN QUESTIONS FROM CURRENT DUES-PAYING MEMBERS WILL BE PRESENTED. *** You may pay dues and submit questions at the door.
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The Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association (GPPCA) was incorporated on June 5th, 1973. The association’s primary mission is to improve the quality of life in our neighborhood. GPPCA acts as the official channel of communication with City Hall, developers, organizations, neighborhoods, and businesses.