NEW BEACH PARKING PERMITS
APRIL 1, 2023 – MARCH 31, 2024
—– RENTERS MUST SHOW LEASE —–
Bring proof of residency of the Town of Redington Beach, along with vehicle registration.
You may renew your parking permit before it expires. Town Hall hours are Monday-Friday 8am – 4pm.
*Non-resident relatives and friends are NOT ELIGIBLE for resident passes.
The Town will host a Town-Wide Yard Sale on Friday, March 24 and Saturday, March 25. Residents are encouraged to set up yard sales and may do so without a permit.
Application period has opened for (1) regular member and (1) alternate member for the Board of Adjustment, each for a 3-year term.
Applications available at The Town Hall and on the Town website CLICK HERE.
Applicants must be qualified electors of the Town of Redington Beach.
The Board of Commissioners adopted Ordinance 2022-16, which restricts parking for the sole, exclusive use of people using the parks.
At the March 1st, 2023 Commission meeting, Mayor David Will, Commissioner Shawntay Skjoldager and Commissioner Richard Cariello were sworn-in for 2 year terms.
Mayor David Will -unopposed
Commissioner Richard Cariello -unopposed
Commissioner Shawntay Skjoldager -unopposed
The three incumbents (Will, Cariello and Skjoldager) qualifyed to run for election but are are unopposed. They will all retain their seats.
To find out more about local elections, voter registration, polling locations or voting districts, visit the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections website at VOTEPINELLAS.GOV
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)
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.
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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
FREE Monitoring Service provided by the Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller’s Office.
Helps to detect fraudulent documents (e.g., deed) recorded in Official Records with your name (or your business’ name) on it
The name you choose to subscribe for alerts is the only criteria that the site monitors.
Alert service will contact your preferred method (email or phone) with the Official Record (OR) document number and document type, you can then search Official Records online to review the document.
Sign up by calling 1-800-728-3858 or by clicking the link, below:
Sea turtle nesting season begins on Sunday, May 1, and the Town is reminding residents and visitors to do their part to help protect adult and hatchling sea turtles as they nest on our beaches.
The Clearwater Marine Aquarium monitors the beaches from Clearwater Beach through Treasure Island, and Sea Turtle Trackers monitors the beaches of St. Pete Beach, Shell Key and Outback.
Staff members conduct early-morning patrols to locate new nesting sites. Residents should not pick up hatchlings heading toward the water, shine lights or use photo equipment with a flash. Hatchlings use starlight and moonlight reflecting off the water to find their way to the ocean, and if they become misled by artificial light, they can become disoriented and die.
Besides checking the beaches every morning for signs of new nests, staff mark the nests and tape them off to avoid human disturbance. As endangered and threatened species, Kemp’s Ridley and Loggerhead turtles are protected under state and federal law, and disturbing them, their nests or even a dead turtle is illegal.
To report the disturbance of a sea turtle nest, or report the sightings of turtles that are dead, lost, stranded or wandering in the street, call the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) Division of Law Enforcement at 1-888-404-3922 or dial *FWC from a cell phone. Residents can also report these sightings on the FWC website at bit.ly/turtle-report.
Redington Beach has a sea turtle ordinance. The entire ordinance can be read by clicking this link: REDINGTON BEACH SEA TURTLE ORDINANCE
Loggerheads are the most common sea turtle to nest in Pinellas County, and females generally nest from early May through August. The eggs in each nest typically hatch 50 to 60 days after they are laid.
During nesting season, which runs through Oct. 31, beach residents and beach visitors should do the following:
- Turn off outside lights, close curtains and avoid using flashlights or fishing lamps on the beach.
- Remove obstacles such as sandcastles or sand pits that may interfere with nesting sea turtles or make it too difficult for hatchlings to make their way to the shoreline.
- Keep the beach clean. Eliminate trash items that may entangle baby hatchlings and adult turtles.
- Do not approach or harass adult or baby turtles.
- If residents spot turtle tracks or a possible nest, and it does not appear to be protected by stakes or ribbon, call 1-888-404-3922.
- For residents who own or live in beachside properties, make sure lighting is turtle-friendly. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC)’s sea turtle lighting guidelines can be found at bit.ly/sea-turtle-lighting.