Greater Pinellas Point Civic assocation


  • 04/26/2022 4:05 PM | Anonymous

    As presented in the April 26, 2022 General Membership Meeting by Mr. Derek Kilborn, Manager of Urban Planning and Historic Preservation. 


  • 11/02/2021 10:20 AM | Anonymous

    Stoneweg has proposed a 330-unit multifamily development located on 6th Street South in south St. Petersburg. Rendering by Bold Line Design.

    The developer who bought Coquina Key Plaza also bought a vacant parcel between 6th St S and Dr MLK Jr St S, in the Lake Maggiore area. These purchases represent the first major developments in decades within southernmost St. Petersburg, outside of the Skyway Marina District. Click the photo to read more. 

  • 10/25/2021 6:20 PM | Anonymous

    For anyone who has lived in Saint Petersburg for the past five to ten years, the issue of stormwater run off, spillage and the aging infrastructure has been an festering issue that has plagued the city under several Administrations. 

    GPPCA is engaged to ensure citizens are informed on the latest developments regarding the city's remediation plans. This document gives insight into what is next in addressing the stormwater plan. 

    City_of_St_Pete_Stormwater Master Plan_CONA Presentation.pdf

    Dates for 2021 public meetings are as follows:

    City Presentations for Public

    • December 06, 2021 : Section 1 (Districts 1&8)

    • December 07, 2021 : Section 2 (Districts 5&7)

    • December 13, 2021 : Section 3 (Districts 4&6)

    • December 14, 2021 : Section 4 (Districts 2&3)

    Public Outreach November 2021

    • Notice in utility bill

    • Announce See Click Fix flooding

    • Reporting App on Stormwater website Committee of the Whole January 2022

    • Update Council on feedback and Level of Service

    • Provide recommendations for Code and Ordinance Update 

  • 10/24/2021 12:32 PM | Anonymous

    Here are two documents associated with the latest proposed zoning plans that are intended to increase access to affordable housing. These proposals affect neighborhoods throughout the entire city. 

    Pending Proposal: Pending City Proposals Affecting Neighborhood Zoning (1021B) - Copy.pdf

    Council of Neighborhood Associations (CONA) Letter to City Council: City Council letter 20211016 (1).pdf

  • 10/10/2021 4:34 PM | Anonymous

    All homeowners are expected to be 'good neighbors' and comply with all City Codes. Her is a link to some of the more common codes compliance concerns residents may want to know more about. Let's keep Greater Pinellas Point livable, beautiful and friendly! 

  • 08/27/2021 5:57 PM | Anonymous

    GPPCA is once again proud to have been awarded funds from the St. Petersburg Police Department Forfeiture Grant Program, 2020. The funds have traditionally been used to host in-person youth summits. With COVID-19, the Association pivoted to sponsoring at-needs pantries maintained by schools within Greater Pinellas Point.

    On Monday, August 23, GPPCA President Barbara Ellis (third from left), Vice President Stephen Waters (fourth from left), and Director and project manager Danny E. White (second from left), delivered backpacks stuffed with essential supplies to Lakewood High School (Florida) Principal Erin Savage. The school has a robust at-need student pantry that serves deserving scholars. Go Spartans!

  • 06/22/2021 2:51 PM | Anonymous

    Click the photo for more detailed eligibility information. Spread the word!

  • 06/10/2021 12:39 PM | Anonymous

    As the summer school break approaches, here is a message from the Saint Petersburg Police Department about the popular street racing and stunt driving activity called 'toe tagging.'

  • 05/20/2021 4:19 PM | Anonymous

    Hurricane Laura on August 26, 2020 as it approached the Gulf Coast. (NOAA)

    Whether the Tampa Bay Area has been home for a long or short time, hurricanes and tropical storms are a reality. This is especially true during the Atlantic Hurricane Season, June 1 through November 30, 2021.

    Now is the time to refresh storm preparedness survival kits and dust off evacuation plans. There is no such thing as being 'over prepared!' 

    To help, the Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association (GPPCA) recommends consulting official resources for facts about storm awareness and preparedness. Here are two such resources: 

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA)

    Pinellas County Emergency Management

  • 04/29/2021 3:42 PM | Anonymous

    The GPPCA Board of Directors are up for elections/reelections. Voting will take place at the Tuesday, May 25, 2021, General Meeting via Zoom. View the slate of candidates by term limits in these documents.  



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