City Government Information
The City Code of Ordinances, Part I, Charter, Article III, Section 3.01 states: There shall be a city commission with all legislative powers of the city vested therein, except as prescribed elsewhere in this charter, consisting of four (4) commissioners and a mayor-commissioner. Learn more about the Mayor and Commissioners.
Boards and Committees
Beach Stewardship Committee reviews information related to ongoing beach renourishment and evaluates information related to preservation and maintenance of the city's public beaches.
Board of Adjustment sits as a quasi-judicial body to handle certain variance issues relating to the land development regulations.
Code Enforcement The Special Master serves as a supplemental code enforcement process for the city. The special master is vested with all the powers granted under Chapter 162 of the Florida Statutes, and as amended.
Finance and Budget Review Committee reviews the annual budget, general financial condition of the city, perform other duties and make recommendations to the City Commission as appropriate.
Historic Preservation Board identifies, evaluates, preserves and protects historical and archaeological sites and resources within the City of St. Pete Beach.
Library Advisory Committee reviews the various cultural, informational and educational programs offered by the City's public library.
Planning Board advises the City Commission on matters relating to the city's Comprehensive Plan and other planning and zoning matters.
Recreation Advisory Committee advises and makes recommendations on the city's recreation programs and city owned property, including the protection and maintenance of the system of parks and recreation facilities throughout the city.
Firefighters' Pension Board The board shall be designated as the plan administrator for the system.
General Employees' Pension Board The board shall be designated as the plan administrator for the system.
Police Officers' Pension Board The board shall be designated as the plan administrator for the system.
Administrative Services Department coordinates accounts payable, cash disbursements, payroll disbursements,utility billing, asset tracking and treasury management. Oversees the operations of the Parking Enforcement Division and the Information Technology Division.
City Clerk provides a variety of services for the City Commission, city staff and, most importantly, our citizens.
City Manager is the Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the overall daily operations of the City. Human Resources is division of the City Manager's Department.
Community Development consists of four divisions: Building Division, Code Enforcement Division, Planning Division and Zoning Division.
Fire Department firefighters, EMTs and administrators provide fire protection and medical emergency response for over 7,000 properties and 15,000 residents.
Police Department - law enforcement services are provided by the Pinellas County Sheriff who are dedicated to assuring the involvement of the community and well-being of St. Pete Beach, while providing the highest standards of law enforcement services. To contact the Sheriff, please call 582.6200, non-emergency, for emergencies call 911.
Public Library located at 365 73rd Avenue was founded in 1951 as the Long Key Library by the St. Petersburg Beach Community Club. It became a municipal library when the City of St. Pete Beach was incorporated in 1957.
Public Services responsible for reclaimed water service; wastewater service; stormwater drainage; environmental programs; beach maintenance; facilities management; solid waste; parks; recreation - community center/aquatics/don vista; and the maintenance, design and planning for roads, bridges, sidewalks, street signs, pavement markings and traffic lights.
Recreation Department oversees the operation of the Community Center Complex which includes the Family Aquatic Center’s Junior-Olympic size heated swimming pool, a playground and covered pavilion in Horan Park, and all of the classrooms and meeting spaces. The community’s use of city-owned facilities is also coordinated through this office. Year-round activities, classes and programs are offered for families, children and adults of all ages.
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