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17425 Gulf Blvd., Redington Shores, FL 33708
Residents can take the Community Flood Impact Survey at pinellas.gov/FloodSurvey   Pinellas County is assessing sea level rise and storm surge flooding and is seeking input from those who live......
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  Independence Day is a cause for remembrance and celebration. Unfortunately, celebratory fireworks can literally frighten birds to death. To make our beaches safer for birds: Do not use personal......
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Pinellas County is currently monitoring Trichodesmium bloom at Pass-A-Grille and Sand Key Park. (NOT HARMFUL TO PEOPLE OR MARINE LIFE). Headed to the beach? If you notice some discolored water,......
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Know your Evacuation Route Maintain your battery at 100% state of charge if you plan on evacuating in an EV. Understand your vehicle’s range to ensure you can safely reach......
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This is an important message from Alert Pinellas and Pinellas County Government. The Southwest Florida Water Management District voted to extend the Modified Phase 1 Water Shortage Order to September 1,......
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OneBlood is hosting a First Responder Blood Drive to honor and involve the first responders of our communities! The event will take place on Tuesday, June 11, 2024 from 9......
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We are pleased to announce that the Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations at the Redington Shores Town Hall are now back operational. Moving forward, customers will have to pay for......
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Members from the Pinellas County Property Appraiser’s Office will be here at town hall on Tuesday, June 18th from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. to assist residents. No appointment necessary.......
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Redington Shores is excited to announce their participation in the 2024 Pinellas County Sea Oat Giveaway! Each year, Pinellas County Coastal Management provides 1” or 2” sea oats to coastal......
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In 2022 and 2023, the Indian Shores Police Department participated in Feeding Tampa Bay’s “Cereal for Summer” food drive. ISPD collected over 600 lbs. of shelf-stable breakfast food items that......
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