Greater Pinellas Point Civic assocation


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  • 01/27/2024 6:41 PM | Anonymous

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  • 01/25/2023 3:22 PM | Anonymous

    Use this link to learn the speed limit of any street in Saint Petersburg. Where no speed limit signage is present, the default speed is 30mph. Drive safely out there!

    From the landing page, click the TRANSPORTATION icon. Click STREETS. When the map displays, zoom in the area you are interested in and a grid of streets will appear. Click the street and a data box will display. 

  • 12/07/2022 1:34 PM | Anonymous

    Four proposals in response to the Historic Gas Plant District RFP are now available for public review. To view proposers' plans and to learn more about the Historic Gas Plant District, visit

  • 12/01/2022 2:29 PM | Anonymous

    City of St. Petersburg - Free Water Conservation Workshops

    Rain Barrels

    Free Water Conservation Workshops

    St. Petersburg, FL (Nov. 29, 2022) - The City of St. Petersburg Water Conservation Office has released new virtual workshop dates. Starting in December, anyone interested in conserving water can attend educational water-saving workshops for free. Workshops are currently scheduled through January, and more sessions will be added as they become available.

    The upcoming workshops include:

    Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 6 to 8 p.m.
    Register Here:

    Saturday, Jan. 7, 2023, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
    Register Here:

    Collecting rainwater is an excellent way to save resources. With ½” of rainfall, you can collect 300 gallons of water from 1,000 square feet of roof.

    Attend a Rainwater Guardian Workshop to learn about:

    • Reducing the use of potable (drinking) water for lawn and garden irrigation
    • How rainwater harvesting helps protect local waterways and the environment
    • Rain barrel setup, use, and maintenance
    • Creating shallow rain gardens that are attractive and functional

    St. Petersburg utility customers may receive a free rain barrel at a later date upon completion of a Rainwater Guardian Workshop.

    Monday, Dec. 12, from 12 to 12:45 p.m.
    Register Here:     

    Learn how small actions could lead to big changes in your family’s water use and how the City can help you. Great lunch time class!

    Do you know what simple action might save you up to 200 gallons of water a day? If you use drinking water for your sprinkler system, what percentage of your monthly bill goes to watering your lawn and landscape?

    Would you like the answers to these questions and other solutions to reduce your monthly water use? Educators with St. Petersburg’s water conservation office will provide water wise tips, resources and information about current programs designed to help customers meet our shared goal – saving water.


    Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023, from 6 to 8 p.m.
    Register Here:

    Did you move into a home with a sprinkler system, but have no idea how well it works? You are not alone. Join us to learn about the basics.

    If you have "inherited" a sprinkler system but aren't sure how to operate and maintain it properly, this is your class! Learn the different components of sprinkler systems and how they work together.

    Are all areas of your lawn and landscape being watered uniformly? Is the timer set to run according to existing mandatory watering restrictions? Is your system prepared for our upcoming winter dry season? Discover ways to make sure your sprinkler system is running correctly and applying water efficiently.

    Workshop details and water-saving tips, resources, rebates and more can be found at

    Questions about the City’s water conservation programs, workshops and resources can be directed to Chris Claus, Water Conservation Coordinator, at

  • 08/30/2022 2:54 PM | Anonymous

    We can always use your help! Send us an email if interested. 

    Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association 2022 Standing Committees

    Community Outreach-

    • President Liz Ledbetter
    • Danny White
    • Treasurer Stephen Spinogatti

    Event Planning/Fundraising-

    • Steve Springman
    • President Liz Ledbetter
    • Danny White
    • Marianne Hillyer
    • Steve Springman


    • Barbara Ellis
    • Janet Hammer
    • Stephen Waters
    • Niki McNealy
    • Lisa Pineda


    • Barbara Ellis
    • Janet Hammer
    • Tom Lally


    • Marianne Hillyer
    • Stephen Spinogatti
    • Tom Lally
    • Stephen Waters
    • Secretary Niki McNealy
    • Lisa Pineda

  • 08/17/2022 5:21 PM | Anonymous

    On July 21, members and friends of the Board of Directors attended a farewell dinner for outgoing Director (formerly Vice President ) Mr. Steve Springman. Steve contributed immeasurably to the success of GPPCA over the past ten years or so, especially in loaning meeting and special event space at the former Magnuson Marina Cove Hotel where he was the GM. Help us wish Steve the absolute best in his next chapter. He will be sorely missed but we still have his cell number!

  • 07/26/2022 3:18 PM | Anonymous

    (July 26, 2022 New Release) 



    The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) was formed as a part of creating and implementing the 2003 CityTrails program. BPAC members have been actively involved in discussions that impact the City’s built environment and transportation system.

    The BPAC members are made up of engaged citizens, business owners, and organizational partners that lead educational programs and events based on walking and bicycling, supporting many City goals and initiatives including Complete Streets.

    Meeting Schedule

    Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 a.m.


    For agendas and information, please contact Lucas Cruse, Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator at

  • 06/23/2022 2:00 PM | Anonymous

    From the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Website

    The Florida Chiefs and Sheriffs, Florida Department of Transportation, Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Florida Highway Patrol, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, and Florida legislators have worked in conjunction with concerned citizens and organizations to develop Florida's Purple Alert Plan.

    The Florida Purple Alert is used to assist in the location of missing adults suffering from a mental or cognitive disability that is not Alzheimer’s disease or a dementia-related disorder; an intellectual disability or a developmental disability; a brain injury; other physical, mental or emotional disabilities that are not related to substance abuse; or a combination of any of these and whose disappearance poses a credible threat of immediate danger or seriously bodily harm. Purple Alerts engage the public in the search for the missing person and provide a standardized and coordinated community response.
    For more information please visit the FDLE Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse website or contact us by phone at 1-888-356-4774.

    Sign-up to receive email or text alerts when a Purple Alert is activated.

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