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Help is now available for eligible Pinellas County individuals, businesses and private nonprofit organizations who suffered economic losses due to Tropical Storm Eta. Pinellas County has received a Small Business Administration (SBA) Disaster Declaration, which has created funding for low-interest...
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TOWN OF REDINGTON SHORES MUNICIPAL ELECTION TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 2021 ON THE BALLOT MAYOR-COMMISSIONER AT LARGE – THREE YEAR TERM MARYBETH HENDERSON JEFFERY NEAL COMMISSIONER DISTRICT TWO – TWO YEAR TERM MARIO ESTRADA LUCINDA “CINDA” KROUK ELECTED UNOPPOSED COMMISSIONER DISTRICT...
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Town Hall will be close on December 24th and 25th. Town Hall will also be closing at 12:00 PM on December 31st, and will be closed on January 1st, 2021....
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Tropical Storm Eta flooded many homes and businesses in Pinellas County. The following rundown of advice and resources are still applicable to those impacted. General information FEMA Individual Assistance is not available at this time. Pinellas County is working diligently...
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Electric bicycles are considered to be a motorized vehicle under Florida State Statute and vehicles are not allowed to operate on our beaches without prior authorization per INDIAN SHORES MUNICIPAL CODE 106-76 and REDINGTON SHORES MUNICIPAL CODE 59-1. Therefore, it...
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Town Hall is currently closed to the public due to Covid-19. Unfortunately we have closed Town Hall to all walk-ins until further notice. You are more than welcome to call or email Town Hall using the phone and email info...
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Small businesses in need of emergency funding can now apply online for the Pinellas CARES Small Business Grant . This program provides one-time $5,000 grants to help offset the significant, temporary loss of revenue to these qualified businesses during this pandemic, and to...
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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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EXECUTIVE ORDER 20-91 Essential Services and Activities during COVID-19 GENERAL QUESTIONS When did the Governor’s Executive Order take effect? How long does it last? The Governor’s Executive Order took effect Friday, April 3, 2020, at 12:01 a.m. It lasts until...
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