St. Pete Beach Newsletter - 1/8/2021

City of St. Pete Beach , City Newsletter

January 8th, 2021 Community Update


New Years Eve Fireworks

Wishing everyone a happy and healthy new year!

Photos Courtesy of Jennifer McMahon, Parks and Rec Director

New Years Eve Fireworks

New Years Fireworks

New Years Fireworks

January 12th, 2021 -  Join us at 6:00pm for the City Commission Meeting 

TO PARTICIPATE: Join us at the commission chambers at 6pm or email audience comments to prior to 5:45pm day of the meeting.

Find the agenda HERE.

Find the packet HERE.

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Construction and Beach Projects

Due to an equipment malfunction at a County reclaimed water booster station, customers in St Pete Beach and Tierra Verde areas may experience low pressure in the reclaimed water distribution system over the next few months. Pinellas County Utilities’ staff is working to place equipment back online as soon as possible as well as make system adjustments to deliver the best possible pressure during this time. We appreciate your patience and cooperation. Should you have any questions, please contact customer service at (727) 464-4000.

Sanitary Sewer Force Main Installation - Week of January 11, 2021. The City of St Pete Beach will begin construction of the new sanitary sewer force main on Boca Ciega Drive during the week of January 11, 2021. This portion of the work is expected to take a few weeks to complete. During this time traffic detours may be in place, which may result in delays and some inconvenience from time to time. Please exercise caution and patience.

As part of the Upham Beach Nourishment project done last year, the County’s Contractor is required to return to till the sand. The beach is scheduled for tilling during the morning of January 15th. If you are on the beach at that time please maintain a safe distance and observe the limits of the construction area.

2021 Parking Passes for Residents of St. Pete Beach


The 2021 parking passes are now available.

Passes can be pre-ordered through the online application located at

Please note: 2020 parking passes will be given a grace period through January.

St. Pete Beach Public Library News

Happy New Year! Our take-home Kids Kraft is back! Come find the kits in our Children’s section. Be sure and visit the library’s Facebook page for a how-to video by Miss Abigail!

How to Make History

A collaborative effort between the St. Pete Beach Public Library, the University of South Florida and the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum to digitize local history was undertaken by Dr. Catherine Wilkins through the USF Honors College’s course How to Make History for the Spring Semester in 2018. Subsequent semesters have added to the body of work, some of which can be seen here:

The Civil Rights movement:

January 6th, 2021 Video Update from Mayor Al Johnson

Mayor Johnson Weekly Update

Topics include:
▪️COVID-19 Updates
     ➖Gulf Blvd.
     ➖Sewer Project
▪️Communications from the Community
▪️New Notification Program

Please let us know if we can be of any further assistance.  

Sarah Laracuente

Public Information Officer

City of St. Pete Beach


All government correspondence is subject to the public records law.

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