Emergency Erosion Control Project https://pinellas.gov/emergency-erosion-control-project/ Pinellas County is initiating construction of dunes and sand-filled erosion control devices in response to the critical erosion caused by Hurricane Idalia. The active project area will move strategically along the coast as County teams have triaged the damage and will work on the most critical areas first.
The City of Madeira Beach has a couple vacancies on the Civil Service Commission and the Planning Commission, please see below for openings and application. Civil Service Commission– Two seats expiring October 30th, 2023 Planning Commission– One seat expiring September 30, 2023 Click here to apply!
Pinellas Update: Pinellas County, local insurance experts to host hurricane insurance claim webinar Monday Latest incident developments Panelists will review tips for properly assessing risk, available insurance policies, responsibilities after a loss, properly documenting storm damage, and managing the claims process. The webinar will be on Monday, Sept. 18, at 6 p.m. Registration is required … Continued
DEBRIS PICK UP Please be patient with staff as they continue to clean up the neighborhoods. To help our staff please follow the below guidelines for debris pick up. DEBRIS PLACEMENT If your debris is placed in the below location, that indicates to City crews that it’s ready to be picked up. If it’s not … Continued
Pinellas County Eligible for FEMA Assistance- Disasterassistance.gov The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced today that Pinellas County has been added to Florida’s Major Disaster Declaration, which makes our community eligible for federal assistance, including Individual Assistance. Those impacted by Hurricane Idalia can visit disasterassistance.gov, download the FEMA app or call the FEMA Helpline at 1-800-621-FEMA … Continued
Florida Commerce and the State Emergency Response Team (SERT) have now activated the Business Damage Assessment Survey in response to Hurricane Idalia. Survey responses will allow the state to expedite Hurricane Idalia recovery efforts by gathering data and assessing the needs of affected businesses. Businesses can complete the survey online by visiting www.FloridaDisaster.biz and selecting … Continued
The Madeira Beach staff has done an outstanding job getting our city back to normal! While visiting the beach this weekend please note some walkways may be covered in sand and have a drop off on the beach side. As crews work on getting the walkways restored please use caution. If you see crews working … Continued
City of Madeira Beach Offices are open normal hours the remainder of the week. While the City cleans up please keep in mind some key information: Regular Garbage and Recycling pickup resuming. Items from demo or furniture will not be picked up Permit fees waived until September 8th for any work related to storm damage … Continued
OFFICE HOURS: August 29th: 7:30am – 12:00pm August 30th: CLOSED August 31st: TBD SAND BAGS: Starting at 9am, Madeira Beach residents can pick up 10 bags per household at the Public Words Yard within the Marina. Staff will be onsite checking IDs, if you don’t have a Madeira Beach ID we need something that ties … Continued