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Please remember to skip the fertilizer from June 1st to September 30th. Keep fertilizer out of our waterways Fertilizers that enter the stormdrains flow directly into our waterways, and without......
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Ord. No. 16-01, Sec. 59-5 Confiscation by Town Any chair, lounge, tent, canopy, volleyball net or other such item left on the beaches, parks or other public property, including public......
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We all share the desire to make our waterways cleaner. The outbreaks of red tide in recent years have made this more obvious than ever. While many factors contribute to......
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Pollution prevention is up to you! You can help keep our waters & wildlife healthy! Stormdrains flow directly into our creeks, lakes, Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico without......
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Red tide has been detected in several counties across Tampa Bay, including Pinellas County, according to Florida's Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Check this update for the latest....
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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 Department of Solid Waste is planning to host several mobile collection events. These events are available to only Pinellas County residents for the collection of unwanted household electronics and chemicals....
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Dear residents, To improve our overall service in your area, we are going to service RECYCLING on THURSDAYS only. Starting October 1st 2019, please place your recyclables out for collection......
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Please join us for our first annual “After the 4th” Beach Cleanup event on Friday, July 5th from 8:00am to 11:00am.  We will be meeting in the Community Room at......
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