Pinellas County - proper PLUS

Pinellas County - proper

Open Issues: 18 Closed Issues: 5,978 Acknowledged Issues: 6
  • County ParksAcknowledged
    Marmalade Lane Seminole, FL 33772, USA - Seminole
    The county fence that surrounds a county-owned lake located in the back of the new Seminole Groves development has several holes in it. We have observed a coyote going in and out of these holes and the fence in its current condition poses a danger to the several young children that live in this development.
  • County ParksAcknowledged
    12501 102nd Ave Seminole, FL 33778, USA - Commission District 6
    This crosswalk needs a signal and new lines. Car almost hit me. Cars don't stop when you're in cross walk. 727-492-5300
  • Boca Ciega Millineum Park Indian Rocks Beach, Florida - Commission District 6

    Kayak launch...creek is too shallow...overgrown and way need a backhoe to redig and chainsaw to cut back overgrowth. Better idea just make a new one directly behind picnic shelter in back on bay. Pump station next to park installed fence and gate so can no longer launch kayak there either. Its otherwise a great park.... Before it became a park years ago in highschool we rode dirtbikes and went 4 wheeling back here.

    Also Pineapple island ... Homeless camps..trash for days....Hurricane Irma down trees... Picnic table now missing. Sign Pineapple island gone too. No clue who named it pineapple island or why..but no pineapples. Google earth it by boca ciega millinum park in bay/ intracostal. Horribly neglected by county parks...could be awesome spot for boaters...kayakers..SUP..jetskis... Thankyou KC Coconut Kayak

  • County ParksAcknowledged
    Boca Ciega Millineum Park Seminole, Florida - Commission District 6
    Playground sun cover hasn't been replaced from Hurricane damage. Can we please put it back up for the hot months ahead?
  • OtherAcknowledged
    2100 34th Avenue North St. Petersburg, Florida - Oakwood Gardens Neighborhood Association
    I am on a dead end (butt up against the interstate) on the south side with on other home on the north (facing). At the end of the street is a guardrail and there is also concrete trenches to flow water overload from the interstate. This past Friday (rain) there was water ankle high from and at least expanded over 2 feet in width. It is virtually impossible for anyone coming to my home to even cross those puddles without providing rubber boots. I have lived her prior to the interstate being installed and the area of growth behind the guardrail is not maintained and it is quite the eyesore.