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Recycle Route Changes

Dear residents, To improve our overall service in your area, we are going to service RECYCLING on WEDNESDAYS ONLY. Starting January 3, 2018, please place your recyclables out for collection before 6 a.m. on Wednesdays to ensure pick up. Thank...
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Why Beach Re-Nourishment Is So Important

Hurricane Nate may not have paid the Tampa Bay area a direct visit, but the effects of the storm surge coupled with high tides were quite visible in our Town over the weekend. During this time of year, the sun...
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Clean-up After Irma: Debris Segregation

Besides power outages, the next biggest problem left behind from Hurricane Irma for most Pinellas County residents is debris. Disaster debris can contain an unsegregated mixture of hazardous and solid waste debris. Please follow the guidance in the PDF below...
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Redington Shores Spring 2017 Newsletter

FROM THE MAYOR Bert Adams Summer is on its way and with summer comes the Hurricane Season. Please mark your calendar for our educational Flood & Hurricane Awareness meeting May 15, 2017 at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held...
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Residents asked to take precautions during dry conditions

Residents are reminded of the county’s open burning prohibitions; advised to follow simple safety steps when visiting parks and preserves. Residents advised to monitor the current dry weather conditions County has prohibitions regarding open burning that have remained active since...
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Sand Key beach nourishment meeting 5/3

Pinellas County Environmental Management (727) 464-8766 Pinellas County will host a public information meeting on Wednesday, May 3, from 6 – 7:30 p.m. about the upcoming Sand Key beach nourishment project. The meeting will be held in the Magnolia Room...
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Stormwater Runoff and Pollution

What is stormwater Runoff? Stormwater Runoff is rainfall that does not seep into the ground but runs off over our yards, streets, parking lots, and buildings. The stormwater runoff then enters our storm sewer system which flows directly into creeks,...
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