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Efforts to Combat Zika

The key to combating mosquitoes is eliminating habitats in which they breed. The efforts of our citizens are vital, and being informed is crucial. Please click here to learn more about mosquito bite protection in Florida....
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Volunteers Needed – Coastal Cleanup

In partnership with Keep Pinellas Beautiful will be coordinating the International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) on Saturday October 15, 2016 MEET AT TOWN HALL – COMMUNITY ROOM 9:00 A.M. WHAT TO BRING: Sun Screen, Hat, Sunglasses, and Protective Footwear GARBAGE BAGS,...
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Safe Sandbag Disposal

Pinellas County reminds residents that sand and sandbags that have been in contact with floodwaters may be contaminated with sewage or septic waste, animal waste, oil and gasoline residue, lawn chemicals such as fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides, or other chemicals....
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Saltwater Beach Advisory LIFTED

Pinellas County Saltwater Beach Advisory LIFTED The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas has lifted its advisory for the water of several beaches including the Redington Shores County Access at 182nd Ave West.  based on the marine water bacterial indicator...
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It’s Turtle Season!

May 1 Begins TURTLE SEASON! Marine turtle nesting and hatching occurs each year from May 1st through October 31st. Female turtles come ashore in the dark, dig a hole using their flippers, and lay 100 to 150 eggs at a...
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State Provides Funding to Combat Zika

County’s proactive efforts continue to reduce risk to resident.  Pinellas County Mosquito Control will receive just over $106,000 in supplemental state funds for the month of August to combat the spread of the Zika virus. Pinellas County is receiving the...
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Pinellas: Unlicensed Contractors Arrested

A multi-agency sting operation was recently concluded.  Six individuals have been arrested as a result of a sting aimed at cracking down on unlicensed contractors. The suspects in the sting operation were found through online ads. Investigators sought bids for...
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Maintenance on Town’s Sewer System

THE TOWN HAS HIRED A CONTRACTOR TO TELIVISE AND CLEAN THE TOWN’S SEWER SYSTEM. THIS PROJECT WILL HELP THE TOWN DETERMINE WHERE WE HAVE INFILTRATION INTO THE SYSTEM. DURING THIS PROJECT SOME HOMES MAY EXPERIENCE BUBBLING OR SPLASHING WATER FROM...
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Pinellas continues fight against mosquitoes

“In light of Zika activity in our state, we are urging residents to do their part to reduce the mosquito population,” said Rob Krueger, Entomology and Education Support Specialist, Pinellas County Mosquito Control. Steps residents can include: Empty any containers...
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Drinking Water Notice from Pinellas County

Effective Tuesday, Sept. 6, Pinellas County will begin a routine system maintenance program to optimize water quality. The water treatment method is being temporarily changed from chloramine to chlorine disinfection. The switch to chlorine will be in effect from Sept....
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