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We hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas! When it comes to disposal of Christmas Trees, please note that they can be picked up with the regular curbside trash collection. Pinellas......
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All beaches are open to residents and visitors; some sections still to be planted Residents and visitors reminded to use designated access paths and stay off the fragile dunes The......
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Hello to the Redington Shores Community, As many of you know, we have been working on a post-Hurricane Idalia sand dune refurbishment project with Pinellas County. For the necessary repairs......
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The town is running low on grocery bags to use for the doggy waste stations. We would appreciate some donations. Please drop off your old grocery bags at town hall.......
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Pinellas County is conducting an emergency shoreline restoration project to mitigate critical erosion caused by Hurricane Idalia. The project consists of constructing dunes. The active project area will move strategically......
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Join Krewe of Sea SaveYours partnering with the Tampa Bay Rays for a Beach Clean Up! Meet at the Beach Access located at 18200 Gulf Blvd, Redington Shores, FL 33708 on Friday, November 10th......
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At the recent BIG-C Meeting held on 9/27/2023, Doris Heitzmann from the IFAS extension of the University of Florida, who serves as the Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Program Coordinator, held a presentation......
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To apply and get answers to your questions, call: 1-800-621-3362 711 or Video Relay Service (VRS): 1-800-621-3362   Please have the following available: Your address with zip code Condition of......
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Great news for our residents and beachgoers! Pinellas County is working on emergency projects to renourish our shorelines and reconstruct our dunes. Residents are being discouraged from attempting to implement......
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We would like to remind residents that live on the beach about not clearing or altering the dunes. The dune system is our first line of defense in a storm......
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