Pinellas County, Florida, USA
Latitude: 27° 48' 42" N
Longitude: 82° 48' 42"W
ZIP Code: 33708
Area Code: 727
Primarily a residential community, comprised of single-family dwellings, with several low-rise condominium buildings. Redington Beach is bordered on the north by the town of North Redington Beach and on the south by the city of Madeira Beach. It is bounded on the east by Boca Ciega Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway and on the west by the Gulf of Mexico.
Redington Beach is a unique residential community nestled along the Barrier Islands of Pinellas County, Florida. Established in 1945, the Town of Redington Beach has approximately 830 households with a total population of about 1,430 people.
- 830 Households
- 1,430 Residents
Yard Sales: The residents of the Town hold two annual yard sales – one in the Fall and the other in the Spring. Check with Town Hall for annual dates.
Solicitations: There is a Town ordinance (Sec. 16-56) that prohibits door-to-door solicitation within the Town limits.
Beach Parking Passes: Parking at Town beaches is restricted. Free Beach Parking Passes for Town residents are available at Town Hall. Additionally, Temporary Visitor Passes for guests of Town residents are also available at Town Hall.
Trash Collection: The Town has a contract with Waste Connections, Inc. that affords weekly residential trash collection. The contract allows for “side yard” trash collection for up to two cans located at the SIDE of a home so the residents do NOT have to haul heavy cans to the street and back. Trash pickup days are Tuesdays and Fridays.
Recycling: Recycling pickup is on Thursdays. Items collected at curbside are: aluminum cans, glass, newspapers, phone books, plastic bottles and steel cans. For more information, view Redington Beach Recycling Flyer.
Gulf Beaches Library: The local library is Located at 200 Municipal Drive in the adjacent Town of Madeira Beach directly across from the Winn Dixie store. The telephone number for the library is: (727) 391-2828. This is a full-service branch of the Pinellas County Library System. In addition to books, the library offers videos, cassettes, children’s story-time, various clubs, special interest events and Internet access.