St Pete Beach

Open Issues: 3 Closed Issues: 29 Acknowledged Issues: 3
Watching issues created after: 2019-01-08

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  • 1404 Pass A Grille Way St Pete Beach, Florida - St. Pete Beach
    Over 24 boxes of undetermined items in driveway covered with plastic.
    Bees coming out of house.
  • Gulf Blvd & 70th Ave Saint Petersburg, Florida - St. Pete Beach
    PLEASE REPAIR DAMAGED CITY BENCH. THE BENCH DOES NOT PERTAIN TO PSTA. THANK YOU.
  • Road Issue Archived
    388 41st Ave St. Pete Beach FL 33706, United States - St. Pete Beach
    The street sweeper dumped more rocks in our neighborhood than they cleaned up
  • 430 80th Way St. Pete Beach, FL - St. Pete Beach
    We live right next to a retention pond and the mosquitoes are getting terrible in our yard. We can barely go outside after 4pm.
  • 3102 W Debazan Ave St Pete Beach, FL 33706, USA - St. Pete Beach
    Power line in the road, and it's hot! don't touch it.
  • Sr-682 W Saint Petersburg, FL, 33706, USA - St. Pete Beach
    There is standing water near the toll facility on the west side of the bridge that is causing mosquito issues. Can you please send someone to look into this issue.
  • 103 3rd Ave Saint Petersburg, FL, 33706, USA - St. Pete Beach
    the block of 3rd Ave and Pass A Grille way have a bad mosquito problem, there is a pool that is not being used and land scaping near by at other houses that hold water.
  • 6655 Gulf Blvd Saint Petersburg, FL, 33706, USA - St. Pete Beach
    dead animals on the east side of Gulf Blvd
  • Pinellas Bayway Rd Saint Petersburg, FL, 33706, USA - St. Pete Beach
    dead animal in roadway
  • 4301 Belle Vista Dr Saint Petersburg, FL, 33706, USA - St. Pete Beach
    We have had quite a lot of mosquitoes this season. I am wondering if someone can check to see if there is a source nearby for the swarm we've been experiencing? Thank you.
  • 3400 Gulf Blvd Saint Petersburg, FL, 33706, USA - St. Pete Beach
    The traffic light at the corner of the Pinellas County Bayway bridge and Gulf Blvd in St Pete Beach (in front of Don Cesar hotel) has frequently been displaying a "No Right turn on Red Light" when westbound off the Bayway to north bound Gulf Blvd. There is no reason that a right hand turn should be prohibited at this location, unless pedestrians are nearby. A red prohibitive light at this location causes traffic jams to build quickly - and it's not even tourist season! A green light for the right hand turn alleviates the traffic and keeps traffic flowing smoothly onto northbound Gulf Blvd.
    Can somebody please check into this and ensure that this light is operating correctly?