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Dead sod is scattered over the sidewalk and road, expanding a great length on 34th Street S.
This reported issue on private property could be identified as a potential violation of the municipal property code. As such, you must resubmit this report using the SeeClickFix category labeled ‘Codes Compliance.’ You may also call your report to the Codes Compliance Department at 727-893-7373. Either way, you will be asked to provide your name and address.
The City can not investigate Code Compliance requests from anonymous sources. On June 29, 2021, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill 60 into law, which no longer allows code enforcement officers to investigate anonymous complaints. All code enforcement reports must include the complainant’s personal information, including name and address.
The 2021 law states, “A person designated as a code inspector may not initiate an investigation of a potential violation of a duly enacted code or ordinance by way of an anonymous complaint. A person who reports a potential violation of a code or an ordinance must provide his or her name and address to the governing body of the respective board of county commissioners before an investigation occurs.”
Please resubmit your SeeClickFix with the "Codes Compliance" category and include your full name and address in the mandatory fields.
Thank you for reporting this issue to us via SeeClickFix St. Pete. The Stormwater Department operates our street-sweeping activities on a scheduled basis, rotating through zones guaranteeing most streets are swept monthly.
Issues of blowing yard debris in the streets could be a code violation. To cite the property owner for this violation, an investigator would have to witness them in the act of blowing lawn debris into the roadway. If this activity is seen again in the future, please call us at 727-893-7373 and report it immediately so that an investigator can be dispatched to the location.
Special requests are reserved for accidents, spills, and road hazards only. Thank you for your help! Sincerely, St Pete Service Center
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