Batteries Aren’t Recyclable

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It’s hurricane season.  As Floridians wwe each should have a plan in place, and it’s a good time to make sure everything in your emergency kit is there and in good working condition.  Are your flashlight batteries out of juice?  Throw those old alkaline batteries, such as AA, AAA, C, D, etc. – in the… Continued

October 1, 2020

Heritage Village

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Come and spend some time going back in time.  At Heritage Village you will see what Pinellas County was like years ago.  The mission of Heritage Village is to inspire exploration of Pinellas County’s story by designing unique programs and exhibits, facilitating research, and collecting and preserving local history. Heritage Village 11909 125th Street N…. Continued

August 11, 2020

Helping those in need

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Our office collected donations for the hurricane survivors in the Bahamas.  We collected everything from generators to personal hygiene items.  The collected items will be flown to Freeport to be distributed to those in need.   It’s wonderful to see everyone pulling together to help.

September 19, 2019

Safety Harbor Museum

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Take a trip back in time the Safety Harbor Museum, located at 329 S. Bayshore Blvd., in downtown Safety Harbor.  You will see ancient Indian tools and pottery.  Learn about Odet Philippe who homesteaded in Pinellas County in 1821, where Philippe Park is today.  He planted a variety of citrus and other fruit products, all… Continued

August 2, 2018

PROPERTY FRAUD ALERT SERVICE AVAILABLE

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According to the FBI, property and mortgage fraud is the fastest growing white-collar crime.  Property Fraud is when someone illegally uses your property for financial gain.  The Pinellas County Clerk’s office offers a FREE service that can help protect you against this.  Once you sign up for the service you will receive an alert of… Continued

April 17, 2018

Andrews Memorial Chapel in Dunedin

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This stunning Historic Venue is located in the heart of Delightful Dunedin at the entrance to beautiful Hammock Park. Built in 1888 , the chapel is styled in Victorian Gothic architecture and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The chapel has many unique attributes, including a gorgeous Butterfly Garden on the premises!… Continued

July 30, 2014

Safety Reminder: Prune Plants Around Street Signs

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The rainy season is here, and you will notice plants, shrubs and vegetation growing and possibly taking over signage, streets and sidewalks.  Ultimately, they can cause sight-distance issues for traffic motorist, cyclists and pedestrians who might not be able to see blocked street signs.  The Traffic Engineering division of Engineering asks residents to please keep… Continued

July 30, 2014

Mobile apps for the City of Clearwater

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The Clearwater Police Department Tips App and Clearwater Tourism App are now available.  These mobile apps can be downloaded from the Apple Store for iPhone and iPad users or from the Google Pay Store for Android devices.

February 28, 2014