St. Pete Beach Newsletter - 5/8/2021

City of St. Pete Beach , City Newsletter

St. Pete Beach Community Update

May 11, 2021 -  Join us at 6:00pm for our 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.

See the agenda for the meeting HERE, and the full packet HERE.

Please note the Conditional Use Permit hearing regarding Offsite Parking for Tradewinds and Hotel Zamora has been postponed to 5/25/2021. 

VIEW: Facebook Live or on


There is a new Ordinance relating to FEMA’s 50% Rule governing the substantial improvement / substantial damage of buildings.  See answers to FAQ's HERE.

Pass-A-Grille Overlay District Info - Temporary Building Moratorium

On April 27, 2021, the City of St Pete Beach adopted a temporary moratorium within the Pass-a-Grille (PAG) Overlay District. This District is located on the south end of the City from 1st Avenue to 32nd Avenue. The moratorium applies to residential construction projects located on the waterfront, that desire to use the PAG Overlay District standards.

See more details HERE.

St. Pete Beach Public Library News

The City of St. Pete Beach is now using See Click Fix for residents to submit issues to the city.  See full details HERE.

Road Construction

Gulf Blvd. Street Closure and Detours Update

The Maintenance of Traffic (MOT) for the South project phase has begun and is going to change a lot of our normal driving habits for the next three months. Multiple phases of MOT will impact 44th Avenue for approximately six weeks. See full update from our Public Works team HERE.



Save the date for our Annual Hurricane Expo taking place May 15th, 2021.  See full details HERE.

City of St. Pete Beach Events

Wondering what is happening in St. Pete Beach?  Add this website to your favorites and stay in the know!

May 6th, 2021 Video Update from Mayor Al Johnson

can be viewed HERE.

Topics include:
-Covid-19 Update
-Construction Projects
-Water Threats Analysis
-Traffic and Parking Study
-Things to Do in SPB

Friendly reminder! 
If one takes their dog on the beach, one may be fined $118.
Per City of St. Pete Beach Code of Ordinances:
“It shall be unlawful for any owner or other person keeping a dog to take such dog upon any sand beach or beach access or to knowingly allow any such dog to be upon any sand beach or beach access.”

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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155 Corey Avenue St. Pete Beach, FL 33706

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