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After School Care Registration for the 2021/2022 School Year Now Open!

Posted on July 26, 2021

Registration for After School Care is now open for the 2021/2022 Calendar year. Children from K-8 are able to attend. The City of Madeira Beach Recreation Department picks children up at Madeira Beach Fundamental and Orange Grove Elementary. Pricing for the program is $9 for Madeira Beach Residents and $12 for non-residents. The program runs...

Red Tide Update- 7-20-21

Posted on July 20, 2021

Unfortunately, Red Tide is among us. This natural occurring problem has no easy solution. As in 2018 a cooperative effort, with Pinellas County Public Works being at the helm, has been initiated many weeks ago. This involves the deploying large amounts of resources to include contracting with fishing boats to attempt to scoop up the...

June 2021 City Manager’s Report

Posted on July 16, 2021

The June 2021 City Manager's Report is ready to view. Please see the below link for more details! https://madeirabeachfl.gov/documents/june-2021-city-managers-report/

John’s Pass Seafood Festival Set for January 20th – 23rd, 2022.

Posted on July 8, 2021

The 2022 John's Pass Seafood Festival is set for January 20th - 23rd, 2022. Similar to previous years, the event will take place in John's Pass Village & Boardwalk over 4 days. The City is currently taking applications for vendors by visiting the John's Pass Seafood Festival page: HERE. For more information please contact the...

Sandbags- When to reuse and when to dispose

Posted on July 7, 2021

WHEN TO REUSE:  Any sandbags which did not come into contact with floodwaters can be safely reused or stored. We do recommend keeping any sandbags that did not come in contact with flood waters as we are not out of hurricane season yet and it will save you a trip for the next storm that approaches. HOW TO STORE SANDBAGS:...

Post Storm Damage Guide

Posted on July 7, 2021

Post-Storm Guidance Before you begin cleaning up after the storm make sure to document the damage and apply for building permits with the city. Building and demo permits due to flood damage will be free of charge for 30 days after the storm.  Bring yard and storm debris to the side of the street for...

7/7 Tropical Storm Elsa- City Manager Update

Posted on July 7, 2021

Friends, Residents, and Tourists, At this writing, Elsa still has not made landfall north of us, but she continues to raise havoc. It seems the timing of the bands of wind gusts and high tides were to our advantage, and we had minimal flooding potential. Our damage assessment teams will be out early this morning....

Tropical Storm Elsa- 3PM Update from City Manager

Posted on July 6, 2021

Take action now! Friends, Residents, and Tourists, At this writing, the sandbag station at Archibald Park has closed and no sandbags remain. Our staff, volunteers, and Mayor Hendricks and Commissioner Hutson has all worked hard the last three days. Also, thanks to Frabotta’s Beach Kitchen, who supplied are hardworking crews with pizza. Neighbors helping neighbors....

7/6 Updated Tropical Storm Elsa Update from the City Manager

Posted on July 6, 2021

ACT ON YOUR PLAN-NOW!!!!   Friends, Residents, and Tourists, Do not panic, but now is the time to implement your plan. This storm is taking a similar path to Eta as it approaches us and makes landfall to our North. It will be close to our shore tonight and through the morning hours Wednesday. The...

Sand Bags with Sand Available at Archibald

Posted on July 6, 2021

*All Sand Bags are now at Archibald Park* Sand is now available long with bags at Archibald Park. Due to demand the sand is going quickly. We will continue to rake and create a pile as long as we have bags available. Please be patient with the staff as they are getting the sand out...

Tropical Storm Elsa- An Updated Note from the City Manager

Posted on July 5, 2021

ACT ON YOUR PLAN   Friends, Residents, and Tourists, Hopefully, you had a great 4th of July weekend and heeded our warning top plan for Tropical Storm Elsa. Your City staff and elected officials have been busy, between ensuring our beaches were perfect with our annual garbage bag distribution occurring at the beach and in...

Sand Bag Station Open at Archibald Starting Today

Posted on July 5, 2021

The City of Madeira Beach will have a sand bagging station open today at Archibald Memorial Beach Park in addition to John's Pass Park. There will be an area coned off at Archibald around 10:30am with staff assistance if needed until about 4pm. Stay tuned for Tuesday staff hours. The John's Pass Park sandbag station...

Hurricane Preparation Note From the City Manager

Posted on July 3, 2021

PREPARE****PREPARE****PREPARE   Friends, Residents, and Tourists, My plans were to wish everyone a safe and joyous 4th of July, celebrating our independence. Unfortunately, as of this writing, Hurricane Elsa threatens our community sometime between the early morning hours of July 6 through July 7, 2021. This should not dampen our plans for Sunday July 4th...

Preparations for Hurricane Elsa

Posted on July 2, 2021

HURRICANE ELSA INFORMATION It is still a but too early to tell how Hurricane Elsa will effect Florida but NOW is the time to get prepared! Please see some information below to help you stay informed and prepared in the next couple days. As a reminder, Eta was just a tropical storm but hit us at high...

Job Announcement- City Manager Position Open

Posted on July 1, 2021

City of Madeira Beach, Pinellas County, Florida City Manager – Job Announcement Open until July 30, 2021 Salary Commensurate With Experience Please apply electronically on the City of Madeira Beach’s website: https://madeirabeachfl.gov/employment-opportunities-2/ The City of Madeira Beach is aggressively recruiting for a proactive and well-versed city manager. The city benefits from one of the most...

Bicentennial Derelict Boats Removal

Posted on June 30, 2021

DiveCom has started removing a few boats from the Bicentennial Park area as part of the State and FWC removal program!

Advisory Board Position Openings

Posted on June 21, 2021

PUBLIC NOTICE CITIZEN ADVISORY BOARD VACANCIES CITY OF MADEIRA BEACH Boards, Commissions, and Committees are a valuable part of the local government process. The members are volunteers and provide a great service to the City and to the community. Duties and responsibilities include assisting in the reviewing the City’s policies and procedures, Code of Ordinances,...

Red Tide Update- 6/17/21

Posted on June 17, 2021

June 17th Red Tide Update: Pinellas County mobilized Tuesday along the Gulf Beaches in response to red tide. The City of Madeira Beach has coordinated access, as well as two collection locations, at John’s Pass Park and the 155th Beach Access point. County contractors have deployed numerous beach rakes, as well as 3 collection boats...
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May 2021 City Manager’s Report

Posted on June 9, 2021

CITY MANAGER The month of May has continued the prosperous path that the previous months have given us. The Florida legislature allocated matching funds for our beach groin renovation project (1.75 million) and our roadway and stormwater improvement project ($500,000). After lobbying for funding over the last two years, we were finally successful. We are...

Schooner Development Agreement Review Postponed

Posted on June 8, 2021

The Schooner Development Agreement and Second Reading of the Rezoning will be continued because of advertising concerns, these items will not be heard at the June 9th BOC meeting. The developer would also like to take this opportunity to simplify the Development Agreement to ensure that there is adequate parking. The Schooner Development Agreement will...
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