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17425 Gulf Blvd., Redington Shores, FL 33708
Residents can track local trends in cases, hospitalizations and vaccinations. To keep residents informed about the latest developments in the COVID-19 pandemic, Pinellas County has launched an updated data dashboard to track local cases, case positivity, hospitalizations and vaccination rates....
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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 treatment. Volunteers are marking stormdrain inlets in your community with...
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There is nothing better than a parade during the holiday season. Wait!…maybe there is. It’s a boat parade! The Redington Beaches and Indian Shores Christmas Boat Parade will be held on Sunday December 19th, 2021! You can’t help but get...
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UPDATE (8/25/2021): The precautionary boil water notice issued in your area including Redington Shores, portions of Seminole, and the southern most parts of Indian Shores has been lifted. Contact customer service at (727) 464-4000 with any questions. Visit http://www.pinellascounty.org/utilities/boilwater.html for boil water advisory...
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Motorists should be on alert for the permanent closure of the southbound US 19 ramp to Bryan Dairy Road/118th Avenue North, which is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, August 25, if weather permits....
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The 2021 4th of July Fireworks are a go! The display will begin around 9:00pm in front of the County Beach Access....
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UPDATE (JULY 5, 2021) We are now under a Hurricane Watch. Sand and sandbags are available at Town Hall for our residents. Proof of residency required. Limit of 10 per property please. If you have not been issued your Emergency...
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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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