Capt. Dave Marsicano
Public Works/Marina Director
Phone: (727) 399-2631
Assistant to Public Works/Marina Director
Phone: (727) 399-2631
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Public Works is responsible for the administrative support for the development, operation, maintenance, inspection, design and engineering of streets, beaches, parks, drainage systems and refuse disposal. Field personnel in various departments managed by Public Works administrative staff are responsible for the construction, maintenance and repair of streets, sidewalks, docks and signs. The activities of the department are intended to ensure the health, safety and welfare of the community.
The catch basins and grates you see on the sides of your streets convey the stormwater runoff directly into Boca Ciega Bay. Please do not put anything into these drains that could harm the waters or wildlife that depends on these waters. If you ever see anyone introducing something suspect into this system, please call our Code Enforcement
Department at (727)391-9951 x 235 and inform them.
It is illegal to dump toxic chemicals or waste into storm drains or anywhere else that may expose waste in the environment. To report illegal dumping, call the City’s Stormwater Department at (727) 399-2631 or the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Division of Waste Management at (813) 632-7600 (Tampa).
Wheels for Wishes Benefiting Make a Wish Foundation
Wheels for Wishes is a Car Donation Foundation that will come to you to pick up your old vehicles. Proceeds from the sale of your vehicle donation benefit your local Make-A-Wish and help grant wishes of children diagnosed with life-threatening medical condition. The Wheels for Wishes program offers:
- Fast, free pickup and towing from anywhere
- Professional service and easy donation process
- Maximum charitable tax deduction
If you would like to learn more about Wheels for Wishes or have a vehicle you would like to donate, more information can be found at their website http://www.wheelsforwishes.org/.
Water Schedule and Restrictions
Effective May 4. 2015, Pinellas County has reduced reclaimed water availability to alleviate the risk of running out of reclaimed water and taken action to reduce daily system demands. On Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays, the reclaimed water system will be down for maintenance and storage level recovery.
The following is information on water scheduling and restrictions:
For more details and additional rules, please visit: www.pinellascouty.org/utilities/reclaim-irrigation.htm.