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17425 Gulf Blvd., Redington Shores, FL 33708
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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Unfortunately, the annual 4th of July fireworks have been cancelled due to Covid-19. Public safety is our main concern and while this was a tough decision and we are disappointed that this popular annual event can’t go on, we felt...
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Severe Weather Potential Briefing Issued 5:00 am EDT June 3, 2020 Overview: As Tropical Storm Cristobal lingers over the Bay of Campeche, southerly low level flow over the Florida Peninsula will setup a prolonged wet pattern through at least Sunday....
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Fertilizers containing nitrogen, phosphorus may not be used through Sept. 30 Fertilizer runoff can pollute our waterways, cause harmful algae blooms and kill marine life Water quality testing shows the ordinance is having a positive impact Pinellas County’s rainy season...
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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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Redington Shores will be hosting the annual Hurricane and Flood Awareness Meeting on Thursday May 14th, 2020 at 6 pm via Go To Webinar....
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Pinellas County residents can get a COVID-19 test at no cost to them starting Monday, May 4. Walk-up and drive-through COVID-19 testing at no cost to residents. Residents do not need symptoms to be tested. Testing sites open Monday –...
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Suncoast Hospice is offering house calls. You may contact the directly using the information on this page. Click for details....
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Pinellas County has issued the following Drinking Water Notice: Effective Sunday, May 17th 2020, Pinellas County will begin a routine system maintenance program to optimize water quality. The water treatment method is being temporarily changed from chloramine to chlorine disinfection....
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