Author: cpreisser@madeirabeachfl.gov

City Manager’s Report – August 2020

Manager’s Minute – The Color of Money In September, the Board of Commissioners will approve our Fiscal Year 2021 (FY2021) budget. While most of us operate on a calendar year (January – December), most municipal governments operate on a fiscal year (October – September). In FY2020, the City of Madeira Beach Board of Commissioners approved … Continued

Madeira Beach to Remember 9/11 Victims and Heroes in Virtual Ceremony

At 8:45 a.m. on Friday, September 11, 2020, the Madeira Beach City Commission and Fire Department will gather at the 9/11 Memorial in Causeway Park, 424 150th Ave., Madeira Beach, to remember and honor those lost in 2001. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and CDC recommended safety protocols the public is encouraged to watch the … Continued

Madeira Beach Seeking Volunteers for Planning Commission

The City of Madeira Beach is seeking volunteers to serve on the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission is an Advisory Board that provides feedback and recommendations to the Board of Commissioners on matters including, but not limited to, boundaries of the various original zoning districts, regulations to be enforced within the zones, proposed amendments to … Continued

City Manager’s Report – July 2020

Manager’s Minute – The Budget and Covid-19 As we get ready to roll into the dog days of summer, your Board of Commissioners and city staff are hard at work crafting the Fiscal Year 2021 (FY2021) budget. As you may know, government years begin on October 1st and end on September 30th. By state law, … Continued

Madeira Beach Joins the ‘Love My Neighborhood’ Census Challenge

The City of Madeira Beach wants to know, have you been counted yet? The 2020 Census will be ending on September 30th, and every resident of Madeira Beach is encouraged to participate. The best part is you don’t have to leave your home or office! Just click the “Love My Neighborhood” button on the front … Continued

Crystal Island Project Moves Forward on Schedule

The Crystal Island Roadway and Drainage Improvement Project remains on schedule as crews get ready to install curbing and a new water main on John’s Pass Avenue on Monday. Water service on John’s Pass Ave. and Flamingo Dr. will be temporarily interrupted on Monday while crews replace a faulty valve and install the new water … Continued

Crystal Island Contractor Prepares For Work on Crystal Drive

Gibbs & Register (G&R) work crews are reminding residents on Crystal Drive that there is no on-street parking allowed. This includes any private contractors such as landscaping, home repair, and housekeeping related vehicles. Any vehicles not parked in a driveway, and out of the ROW, will have to be moved by the owner or will … Continued

Madeira Beach Gets Tough on Litter

Madeira Beach is 2-miles of the most beautiful beach on the gulf coast of Florida. Thousands of people from around the world come to enjoy the weather, shopping, dining, and nightlife but the biggest attraction is the pristine stretch of sand overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. On August 5, 2020, the Madeira Beach City Commission … Continued

Clint Belk Named Fire Chief in Madeira Beach

The City of Madeira Beach has a new Fire Chief. Former Fire Inspector and Interim Fire Chief Clint Belk officially accepted the offer to become Station 25’s permanent chief late last week. Belk, a former, Rescue Lieutenant, Firefighter, and Paramedic brings 15-years of firefighting experience to the job. Belk started his public safety career in … Continued

Tom Stuart Causeway Bridge Maintenance Scheduled August 2 – 5

Madeira Beach – The Florida Department of Transportation will close one lane of the 150th Avenue (Tom Stuart Causeway) Bridge from 9 p.m. – 4 a.m., Sunday, Aug. 2nd – Wednesday, Aug. 5th for general maintenance and repairs. Traffic volume will be monitored during the process and both lanes will be re-opened when needed. For … Continued

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