Ordinance 2018-03 Customary Use Ordinance. Customary Use Ordinance Click Here to view Ordinance in it’s entirety.
In observance of Independence Day, Town Hall offices will be closed Wednesday, July 4th and will re-open on Thursday, July 5th.
Recycling pick up remains Wednesday, July 4th.
The following is a list of fireworks displays in Pinellas County:
Clearwater-Spectrum Field, after the game
Dunedin- Dunedin Stadium, after the game
Clearwater – Coachman Park
Gulfport – Gulfport Beach
Largo – Central Park
Madeira Beach – Tom Stuart Causeway
Redington Shores – 182nd Avenue and Gulf Blvd
Safety Harbor – Safety Harbor Marina
St. Petersburg – Spa Beach Park – Downtown
Tarpon Springs – Craig Park
Treasure Island – Treasure Island Beach at 104th Ave and Gulf Blvd.
Many of you have expressed your concern about the bill recently signed into law regarding restricted access to Florida’s beaches. We asked our Town attorney, Jay Daigneault for his interpretation as it relates to the Town of Redington Beach. The entire memorandum can be viewed by clicking HERE.
Effective Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018, ALL recycling collection will be on WEDNESDAYS. Please have your recyclables out for collection before 6am on WEDNESDAYS.
If you have any questions please call Waste Connections at 727-572-6800.
The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office has been proactive in helping to prevent Vehicle Burglaries.
They have stepped up all beach patrols due to the holiday season and criminals looking for a quick score. In addition to using some covert assets, they’ve also increased deputies checking for unlocked vehicles under our vehicle burglary prevention program. Their efforts on December 9th yielded the following:
23 vehicles were found unlocked.
Keys to a brand new Lexus w/key in center console were found and returned.
Listed below are some suggestions for the citizens of our community to use in an effort to reduce these offenses.
- Never leave the keys in your vehicle.
- Always lock the doors, even when you are away from the vehicle for a short time.
- Remove items (purses, tapes, CD’s, books, cash, etc.) from the vehicle when possible. If you can’t take them out, put them in a place that is out of view (in the trunk or tool box)
- Remove “pull-out” style stereos and/or removable faceplates of stereos. (if equipped)
- Park in lighted areas.
- Park in garages or on driveways or near your house or apartment so that the vehicle can be viewed periodically.
Other vehicle security considerations:
- Steering wheel lock bar or steering column locking cover.
- “Engine kill” switch.
- Car alarm.
Let’s talk about the difference between golf carts and low-speed vehicles. Continue reading…
Starting at 6am Friday, September 8th, 2017, Pinellas County Emergency Management has issued mandatory evacuations for all residents in Zone A. Evacuations will begin at 6am Friday and continue through 8am Sunday, September 10th. Please monitor this website for any updates.
At this time, Texas has no ability to deal with physical donations (clothes, food, etc.), no matter how
well-intentioned. The best way to assist is through cash donations to a recognized charity. Let’s do what
we can to help our fellow Americans. The following are links for a small sample of organizations to which to donate:
Here are the links to the information which was presented at the
Annual Flood Insurance Information Meeting
Thursday, June 22nd, 2017
If you were issued a resident parking pass for Beach Park parking, please check the expiration date. If they are due to expire on March 31, 2017, you need to renew them. Just bring your passes and your ID to Town Hall between 8am and 4pm Monday-Friday and we can update them for you at no charge.