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  • 01/22/2020 1:03 PM | Anonymous

    Mayor Rick Kriseman and Deputy Mayor Dr. Kanika Tomalin presented on January 15, 2020, the annual State of the Economy (SOTE)  report for 2019. Follow this link to read the PDF version of the slideshow presentation.


  • 01/04/2020 1:18 PM | Anonymous

    GPPCA Vice President and CONA Adjunct Stephen Waters captures a summary of Council of Neighborhood Association (CONA) monthly meetings. Have a look!

    Happy New Year!! 

    CONA meeting 12-18-2019 20191219.pdf

  • 12/26/2019 2:13 PM | Anonymous

    Here is a link to a story from Patch St. Petersburg with details about a recall of eggs and egg products sold at Trader Joe's and Walmart. Please share with family and friends. 

    A recall of egg products shipped from Georgia includes some Walmart and Trader Joe’s egg dishes. Florida has confirmed a case of listeria.

  • 12/22/2019 5:43 PM | Anonymous

    The City of Saint Petersburg is a dynamically evolving place that has seen unprecedented growth over the past decade. Citizens are invited to participate in the St. Pete 2050 planning initiative. Follow this link to get involved!

  • 11/25/2019 12:03 PM | Anonymous

    Tiered stormwater rates are in effect. Follow this link to get the full scope of this new system of measure that determines how much your utility bill will be impacted.

  • 11/14/2019 4:23 PM | Anonymous

    Judy and Irving Sanchez invite you to peruse their newest brochure of services. 



  • 11/07/2019 11:49 AM | Anonymous

    Sharing ~ From our friends at Tampa Bay Times

    The saga of the City's 2015-17 sewage spill woes continues. Here is an article about private owner lateral lines and the cost homeowners may incur as the City continues to grapple with the overarching Florida state mandates to remediate spillage from the outdated sewage system.

  • 11/05/2019 5:37 PM | Anonymous

    Follow this link to see GPPCA's CONA Adjunt & VP Stephen Waters' notes from the Ocotber 2019 meeting. 

    CONA meeting 10-16-2019 20191103.pdf

  • 10/25/2019 6:20 PM | Anonymous

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    The City of Saint Petersburg invites residents to weigh in and share individual ideas about the future 'look and feel' of our great city. Follow this link to get involved! Feedback is also welcome by using the 'message box' feature included in the City's web page in case physical attendance at a scheduled input meeting is not possible.

  • 10/25/2019 6:18 PM | Anonymous

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    The City of Saint Petersburg Engineering and Capital Improvement Department is working with contractors McKim & Creed to replace aged potable water lines. Diana Smillova, City, and David Wehner, Sr. Project Manager, McKim & Creed, gave a preview of the work during the October GPPCA General Membership Meeting at Lave Vista Center.

    Beginning in February 2020, water lines along 31st St S at 54th Ave S and south to Pinellas Point Drive will be replaced. This work is expected to last up to nine months (Nov 2020).

    Traffic patterns along this stretch of roadway will be altered to allow for the work to proceed. As this is a heavily traveled area, with multiple business entry/exit points at the intersection, the GPPCA will keep residents informed of exactly what traffic disruptions to expect as the project start date draws nearer.

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