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UPDATE (8/25/2021): The precautionary boil water notice issued in your area including Redington Shores, portions of Seminole, and the southern most parts of Indian Shores has been lifted. Contact customer service at (727) 464-4000 with any questions. Visit http://www.pinellascounty.org/utilities/boilwater.html for boil water advisory...
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UPDATE (JULY 5, 2021) We are now under a Hurricane Watch. Sand and sandbags are available at Town Hall for our residents. Proof of residency required. Limit of 10 per property please. If you have not been issued your Emergency...
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With Red Tide persisting, Pinellas County has initiated cleanup of dead marine life from the county’s beaches. Crews will begin work late today or on Wednesday....
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Pinellas County Utilities Encouraging Customers to Follow Watering Restrictions Pinellas County Utilities is experiencing high demand for reclaimed water. Pinellas County Utilities reclaimed water customers are reminded to adhere to the County’s reclaimed water restrictions. Failure to comply may result...
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Now is the time to make some preparations in case Tropical Storm Eta heads closer our way....
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UPDATE: Beaches are currently open, Please observe our current social distancing rules and regulations.   The COVID-19 Cornovirus is deadly and the threat to all of us is real!  Many of our citizens are in the high-risk population and are extremely...
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The Town of Redington Shores is collecting the following for Hope for Tampa Bay – Creating Free Masks for Medical Workers. Tee shirts – need to be 100% cotton or cotton blend. Any color or logos are fine. Dish towels Women...
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Pinellas County has issued a “safer-at-home” order in regards to COVID-19. Version: 2 Last Updated: 3/26/2020 10:15AM Frequently Asked Questions How long will the Safer at Home order be in effect? Pinellas County’s Safer at Home order is in effect...
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Citing public health and safety concerns over COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Pinellas County Commission on Thursday unanimously extended its state of local emergency another 7 days. The Board also approved a resolution closing Pinellas County public beaches and public beach parking...
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CDC’s recommendations for implementation of mitigation strategies for Florida, based on current situation with COVID-19 transmission and consideration of the state’s large older adult population Note: Florida has recently implemented many interventions included in the CDC guidance (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/index.html). The most...
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