ELECTION DAY

Precinct 416 is located at Redington Beach Town Hall, 105 164th Avenue, Redington Beach, FL 33708.  Polls are open 7am-7pm.


UPCOMING SPECIAL MAGISTRATE HEARINGS

UPCOMING SPECIAL MAGISTRATE HEARINGS
FOR SHORT TERM RENTAL CODE ENFORCEMENT

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28TH IN THE ASSEMBLY ROOM OF TOWN HALL

                                               1:00PM – 207 161ST AVENUE
                                               2:00PM – 16100 3RD ST. E.
                                               3:00PM – 16020 REDINGTON DRIVE
                                               4:00PM – 16104 4TH ST. E. 


JOB OPENING

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Town of Redington Beach (population 1,450) is seeking a motivated and qualified individual to fill the Position of Administrative Assistant. This is a highly responsible administrative position along with bookkeeping duties working under supervision and direction of the Town Clerk. Prior government experience desired but not needed. A full job description is available HERE and at Town Hall. Click here for fillable online job application.

Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid Florida driver’s license.

  • The starting salary will be negotiable depending upon qualifications and track record.  The pay range for this position is $30,000 to $35,000 plus an excellent benefits package. The position will remain open until filled.
  • Smoke free/Drug Free Workplace/EOE/VP

Applicants must submit a completed Town of Redington Beach employment application, letter of interest, and resume including the contact information of three work related references to:

­­­­­Adriana Nieves, CMC, CFM

Town Clerk

Town of Redington Beach

Town Hall

105 164th Avenue Redington Beach, FL 33708

(727) 391-3875

(727) 397-6911 (fax)

Email: [email protected]


NOW OPEN! 162nd and 163rd AVENUE BEACH ACCESS

UPDATE! The beach access at 163rd Avenue has been cleared by the Turtle monitors as safe to open.  Repairs to the beach access at 162nd Avenue have been completed and this is open as well.

 

THE BEACH ACCESS AT 163RD AVENUE (RED ARROW BELOW) IS BLOCKED BY A BRAND NEW SEA TURTLE NEST.  PLEASE AVOID USING THIS AREA IN ORDER TO GIVE THE NEST THE SPACE IT NEEDS TO SURVIVE.

AN ALTERNATE BEACH ACCESS IS AVAILABLE ONE BLOCK SOUTH AT 162ND AVENUE. (GREEN ARROW)


UPDATED PARKING RULES

UPDATED PARKING RULES

In order to prioritize the Beach parking lot for Redington Beach residents, the Commission approved Ordinance 2022-05, which amended certain parking rules.

Here are a few of the main points of the ordinance:

  • “Resident-only” parking has been expanded to include Second St. E. and Third St. E. between 155th Avenue and 164th Avenue. First St. E. was designated “Resident-only” in 2018.
  • The visitor / guest pass is no longer available.
  • A resident is defined as having continuously maintained a residence in the Town for at least 6 months and 1 day OR a natural person who owns at least one parcel in the Town.
  • Permits (decals) will be issued annually.
  • Resident decals not correctly displayed will result in a violation.
  • Motorcycles no longer need to display a decal.  Instead, the license plate number will be placed in our database and made accessible to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Violations of this section will be punishable by a $100.00 fine for the first offense.

Read the complete version of Ordinance 2022-05 by clicking HERE.

A map of resident only parking areas is available HERE.
 

If you have any further questions please contact Mayor Will at 323-744-9455.

CODE VIOLATIONS IN REDINGTON BEACH

CODE VIOLATIONS

Redington Beach Code Enforcement is responsible for enforcing codes in the Town of Redington Beach. 

Code Enforcement is important for the health and safety of all residents and helps maintain quality standards that are important to achieve the highest property values possible.

Code Enforcement strives to achieve voluntary compliance if a violation exists. In many cases issues may arise when a resident faces unexpected hardships such as illness or unemployment. Be neighborly – check first to see if you may be able to help. 

CODE ENFORCEMENT ONLINE REPORTING NOW AVAILABLE

Use this link: CODE ENFORCEMENT

Complete the required fields to report code violations.
If you would like to submit photos of the violation, please send a separate email to: [email protected].

Please include your name, address, and phone number.

We can not accept anonymous reports of code violations.
 

LEARN MORE ABOUT REDINGTON BEACH
CODE PROVISIONS

 


REDINGTON BEACH ELECTIONS RESULTS

THE OFFICIAL RESULTS OF THE MARCH 15, 2022 ELECTION

CAN BE FOUND HERE

Town of Redington Beach Charter Amendment

Referendum Candidate Qualifying and Town Election Dates

Should § 7 of the Town Charter be amended to establish a filing period for mayor and commissioner candidates from the first Friday of December through 1:00 p.m. on the third Friday of December, and to change the date for elections for mayor and commissioner to the first Tuesday after the second Monday in March, with the exception of the Presidential Preference Primary election?

86% = YES    OR    NO = 14%
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Town of Redington Beach Referendum Question

Ratification of 2008 Ordinance Defining Vacation Rentals as not a Permitted Residential Use
 

Do you approve Ordinance 08-01, which amended the Town’s zoning code to provide that short-term rentals, subletting, and transient uses of residential structures were prohibited uses, providing definitions for those terms, and providing limited exceptions?
86% = YES    OR    NO = 14%

REDINGTON BEACH ELECTION MARCH 15, 2022

Election Day: Tuesday, March 15, 2022
Polls Open: 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Redington Beach Town Hall is the polling place for Precinct 416
 
To confirm the status of your voter registration, please call
the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections Office
727-464-8683
 
These are the two questions that will appear on the ballot in March:
 

Town of Redington Beach Charter Amendment

Referendum Candidate Qualifying and Town Election Dates

Should § 7 of the Town Charter be amended to establish a filing period for mayor and commissioner candidates from the first Friday of December through 1:00 p.m. on the third Friday of December, and to change the date for elections for mayor and commissioner to the first Tuesday after the second Monday in March, with the exception of the Presidential Preference Primary election?

YES    OR    NO

 

Town of Redington Beach Referendum Question

Ratification of 2008 Ordinance Defining Vacation Rentals as not a Permitted Residential Use
 

Do you approve Ordinance 08-01, which amended the Town’s zoning code to provide that short-term rentals, subletting, and transient uses of residential structures were prohibited uses, providing definitions for those terms, and providing limited exceptions?
YES    OR    NO
 
 
 

2021 BOAT PARADE WINNERS

The following is a list of the winners from Sunday’s Christmas Boat Parade:

CLASS A

FIRST PLACE        SCOTT FANDRICH

SECOND PLACE  LARIN EZRA

THIRD PLACE      PAUL PENKAVA

CLASS B

FIRST PLACE          SHELDON BLAKE

SECOND PLACE     TOM TAFELSKI

THIRD PLACE        PAUL JANNARONE

CLASS C

FIRST PLACE          WESLEY WIMBERLY

SECOND PLACE     TOM SCHAFFER

THIRD PLACE         MARCUS DELGATO

Here is a video of last years parade: 2020 Holiday Lighted Boat Parade


STORM DRAIN SYSTEM CLEANING PROJECT: UPDATE

UPDATE JULY 6, 2022

The valves have been installed in 13 of the outfalls.  There are a few locations that may need additional sealing to block any possible water intrusion.  With each rain event and high tide, we learn more about the benefits of the WaStop valve installation in Redington Beach.

 

UPDATE MAY 6, 2022

Phase 3 has begun.  The valves have been installed in 4 of the 15 outfalls.  The map below shows the locations of the valves that have been installed (red lines) and the locations where they will be installed (yellow lines).

 

UPDATE APRIL 1, 2022

All of the stormwater drainage pipes have been cleaned.  The contractor also took videos of the inside of the pipes and created a map of the locations of every pipe throughout the Town. VIEW MAP HERE.  The blue lines on the map indicate stormwater drainage pipes.  

Here’s what you can expect during the next phase:

Outfalls will be measured for WaStop valve installation.

WaStop valves will be installed in 15 outfalls. (Pink areas on map.)

LEARN MORE ABOUT WASTOP VALVES

FEBRUARY 21, 2022 UPDATE:  PHASE 1 AND PHASE 2 ARE COMPLETE!

Commissioner Richard Cariello, who is overseeing the project, was interviewed by ABC Action News.  Here is a link to the video of the interview: ABC Action News Story of Storm Drain Project

 On Monday, August 23, 2021, Seminole Septic began Phases 1 and 2 of the 4 phase storm drain system project.  Phase 1 will remove the soft sediment from the Town’s stormwater pipes.  As each pipe is cleaned, a video is made by sending a scope into the pipe to inspect its condition and map its location.  Phases 1 and 2 are expected to be completed by January 2022.

The complete request for proposal (RFP) is available by clicking this link: Storm Drain Cleaning RFP