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The schedule has been revised as the location of the North County Satellite Site is changing for the collection events from April 27 through December 14, 2019.  The new location is Countryside High School, 3000 State Road 580, Clearwater.  This...
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This FREE countywide event is on March 30th at four locations in Pinellas County.  This free event is for residents, not for businesses. Saturday, March 30, 2019 • 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. No business drop-offs 12 tires per customer...
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Town of Redington Shores Update For those who’ve recently watched the reports of destruction from Hurricane Michael, you quickly realize the powerful impact of high winds and storm surge on a coastal community. The fact that this storm developed from...
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The Beach Nourishment Project is underway! Redington Shores will soon be having a wider, more beautiful beach! Please visit http://www.pinellascounty.org/environment/coastalmngmt/sandkey.htm for Project Progress Updates and information....
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From Mayor Henderson: After almost two weeks of extremely high levels of Karenia brevis (“Red Tide”) noted in the Gulf waters of Pinellas County, the most recent readings for the Town of Redington Shores appear to show a meaningful reduction...
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Pinellas County beaches continue to experience extremely high levels of Karenia brevis algal bloom (“Red Tide”) and the impact on our marine life has been significant. For anyone who has ventured out to our beaches, you quickly notice the strong odor...
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As you may have heard over the last few weeks, Southwest Florida continues to experience an unusually high level of the red tide organism known as Karenia Brevis. Although the Gulf waters off our beaches have shown relatively low levels...
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As of this evening, a fish kill washed up on our beach. The concentration seems to be in the southern part of Redington Shores and into North Redington. The County has been contacted for resources and the Town will begin...
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Heavy rain events during summer storms, tropical storms or hurricanes can introduce stormwater into the sanitary sewer system. Combine that with power outages at sewer system pump stations and the risk of a sanitary sewer overflow increases. During heavy rain...
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The Pinellas County Utilities reclaimed water storage tanks at South Cross Bayou Water Reclamation Facility have fallen to low levels due to excessive user demand, and customers may experience a drop in pressure if mandatory seasonal restrictions are not followed....
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