Department of Solid Waste Announces Household Electronics & Chemical Collection Event
Saturday, August 22, 2020
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9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
North County Satellite Site
29582 US Hwy 19 N, Clearwater
(in rear of North County Government Center, west side of US Hwy 19,
south of Curlew Rd.
Pinellas County monitoring Potential Tropical Cyclone #9, suspending test site operations
Latest storm/incident developments
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- Pinellas County monitoring track of Potential Tropical Cyclone #9
- National Hurricane Center has placed Pinellas County in the five-day cone of uncertainty for the approach of Potential Tropical Cyclone #9.
- Regardless of the storm’s eventual track, high winds, rain, and flooding or storm surge may affect Pinellas County as early as this weekend. Please continue to monitor local weather sources for information on potential for and timing of any local impacts.
FDACS Asking Floridians to Report Suspicious Seed Packets from China
Tallahassee, Fla. – The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) is warning Floridians about unsolicited packages of seeds received through the mail. The seed packets, which may arrive unexpectedly in packages bearing Chinese characters, may bear the name China Post, and may be labeled as jewelry, have been reported in multiple states including Virginia, Kansas, Washington, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Utah, and others.
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Pinellas County Potable Water Improvements Project in Pass-a-Grille
Pinellas County owns and maintains the water distribution system within the Pass-a-Grille area of St. Pete Beach. As part of the County’s efforts to improve water quality and system operation, the County will be replacing approximately 4000 feet of water mains and installing new water meters from 22nd Avenue to 9th Avenue between Gulf Way and Pass-a-Grille Way. Personnel from the County’s consultant, McKim & Creed, and their surveying subconsultant, Ferguson Land Surveying will be performing field services for the design of the project starting the week of July 27, 2020.
City of St. Pete Beach Seeks Assistance in Restoring Records
Expect a call about Building Permits. The City of St. Pete Beach is asking area contractors, engineering firms and property owners to help it restore data that was overwritten during a recent data security incident involving the City’s computer servers. Property owners, contractors and engineering firms can expect calls beginning this week requesting copies of applications for building permits, architectural designs and plans, as well as other materials, for buildings within the city limits.
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2020 Recycling Guide
View the Pinellas County 2020 Recyling Guide.