City Hall Address: 2401 53rd St. S. Gulfport, FL 33707 (727) 893-1000

The City of Gulfport Public Works Department announces that Free Storm Debris Pick from Hurricane Irma is ending Wednesday,  November 1st. City Officials are advising residents to call the Public Works Department at (727) 893-1089 and report any debris needing to be picked up.

Emergency Call Center Update & Closure

Pursuant to FBC – Section 105.2.1 Emergency Repairs

As of Friday, September 15th, 2017 at 4:00 PM the City of Gulfport Emergency Call Center will be closed. City Hall will officially reopen on Monday, September 18th, 2017 at 8:00 AM. For questions concerning power outages in Pinellas County please contact Duke Energy at: Customer Service- (727) 443-2641. To report an outage please call- (800) 228-8485. In the event of an emergency please dial 911.

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NOTICE!

Pursuant to FBC – Section 105.2.1 Emergency Repairs

Emergency Repairs can be performed without permit being issued. Take plenty of photos of work being done.
Submit permit application when building department reopens.

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As of 5:00 PM Thursday Duke Energy has not restored electrical power service to the City Hall Campus. Based upon this situation continuing and no definite time line for the restoration of service this evening, Gulfport City Hall will be closed Friday and through the weekend with a scheduled reopening at 8:00 AM Monday. Residents can call (727) 893-1000 with questions.

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City of Gulfport: What to do with sandbags

After distributing more than 25,000 sandbags in preparation for Hurricane Irma, the City of Gulfport encourages residents and business owners to properly recycle or dispose of their sandbags.

While the storm caused some localized flooding, widespread flooding was not an issue for most City residents.

  • Spread sand on lawns or landscape beds and recycle the bag or place it in your garbage.
  • Keep and store clean sandbags for preparation for future events.

Please do not dispose of any sand or full sandbags in your regular trash or mix sandbags with yard debris.

 

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Update on City Facilities and Services

Thursday, September 14 – 11 a.m.

Power has been restored to the following City Facilities and they are now staffed, open and operational as of this morning.

  • Casino
    • The Gulfport Casino is open for business.
      • The following weekend events are cancelled and are currently in the process of being rescheduled.
        • CCA Fundraiser Banquet for Thursday
        • Girls Inc. Daddy Daughter Dance for Saturday
        • Women’s Music Festival on Sunday
      • Marina
        • The Municipal Marina Ship store is presently open for fuel.
        • The Marina is open for Marina patrons to inspect their vessels.
          • The Marina has not sustained any damage.
        • Power is restored from piers 1 through 5.
          • Power is not restored on Pier 6.
        • BCYC, Lions and the Gulfport Yacht clubs have power.
      • Library
        • The Gulfport Public Library is open normal business hours.
        • The following programs are cancelled on Thursday:
          • Toddler Story time – (Cancelled)
          • LGBTQ Movie – (Cancelled)
        • The Gulfport Public Library will resume normal operations Friday.
      • Senior Center/GEMS
        • The Gulfport Extended Minibus Service is up and operational.
        • The Fitness Center area of the facility will continue to be closed until further notice, due to air conditioning and electrical issues in that segment of the building.
        • Senior Center members are advised to call (727) 893-5657 with class and programming questions.
      • Recreation Center
        • The City’s After School pickup program continues to be closed in coordination with the Pinellas County School system.
        • Please call for Tot Time opening information.
        • Karate Classes will resume tonight. (Thursday)
        • Teen Night will be open Friday Night from 6-9 p.m.
        • Residents can call (727) 893-1068 with questions on classes.
      • 49th Street Neighborhood Center
        • Open for Business

At this time, the City of Gulfport Public Works Sanitation services are operating normal sanitation pickup routes. In addition to normal garbage and yard waste collection, the City will provide additional resources to address debris collection as residents recover from the storm aftermath.

City Hall remains closed on Thursday. The Gulfport City Hall campus is scheduled, at this time, to reopen when Duke Energy restores power. Please stay tuned for City post-storm updates through local media, city website or city social media. The City of Gulfport Citizens Call Center is open today to assist you with post-storm updates. Residents can call (727) 893-1000 with questions.

Update on City Facilities & Services

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 – 2:15 p.m.

As power is restored in the City of Gulfport, the following City of Gulfport programs, services, and information will become available for Thursday, September 14, 2017.

The Gulfport Multipurpose Senior Center will be open at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 14 with the following limited services. Senior Center members are advised to call (727) 893-5657 with class and programming questions. The Gulfport Extended Minibus Service will be operational on Thursday. The Fitness Center area of the facility will continue to be closed until further notice, due to air conditioning and electrical issues in that segment of the building.

The Gulfport Recreation Center will be re- open tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. The City’s After School and Tot Time programs continue to be in coordination with the Pinellas County School system. Staff will be on site at 5730 Shore Boulevard South starting Thursday to answer any specific questions. Additionally, residents can call (727) 893-1068 for Recreation Center information.

The Gulfport Casino, Catherine A. Hickman Theater, Scout Hall, and the 49th Street Neighborhood Center will remain closed on Thursday for event activities.

The Marina is open for Marina patrons to inspect their vessels. The Marina has not sustained any damage. The Municipal Marina Ship store is presently closed due to lack of power.

The Gulfport Public Library will be closed on Thursday pending restoration of power from Duke Energy.

At this time, the City of Gulfport Public Works Sanitation services are operating normal sanitation pickup routes. In addition to normal garbage and yard waste collection, the City will provide additional resources to address debris collection as residents recover from the storm aftermath.

All City of Gulfport offices and facilities are scheduled, at this time, to reopen when Duke Energy restores power to these municipal facilities. Please stay tuned for City post-storm updates through local media, city website or city social media. The City of Gulfport Citizens Call Center will re-open tomorrow morning at 8 a.m. to assist you with post-storm updates. Residents can call (727) 893-1000 with questions.

 

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City Hall and City Facilities are Closed on Wednesday

Due to City facilities not presently having electrical power, City of Gulfport government offices will remain closed Wednesday, September 13, 2017.

The City of Gulfport in concert with Pinellas County government and Pinellas County School Board has found it is in the best interest and safety of our residents to close City facilities on Wednesday.

The City of Gulfport offices and facilities are scheduled, at this time, to reopen when Duke Energy restores power to these municipal facilities.

The City of Gulfport Citizens Call Center will re-open tomorrow morning at 8 a.m. to assist you with post-storm updates. Residents can call (727) 893-1000 with questions.

Please stay tuned for City post-storm updates through local media, city website or city social media.

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Free Storm Debris Special Pickups for City of Gulfport Customers

The City Manager has authorized free storm debris special pickups for all City of Gulfport Sanitation customers affected by Hurricane Irma.

Public Works crews completed initial road clearing and have begun the second phase for removal of the storm debris from the public right of way. In addition to normal garbage and yard waste collection, the City will provide additional resources to address debris collection as residents recover from the storm aftermath. Debris must be placed beside the curb. Please try to avoid obstructions below, around, and above the brush pile. Please do not mix-in other storm debris with the vegetation. Cleanup is expected to take several weeks. The Public Works Department will be working diligently to get everything cleaned up immediately.

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City of Gulfport staff, partners restoring services following Irma

Residents reminded to be safe while waiting for normal daily routines to return

• City officials, first responders and municipal partners are working to restore critical services during Hurricane Irma’s recovery phase
• Residents are asked to follow safety steps until all essential services are restored
• The Citizen Information Center will resume operations Tuesday at 8:30 a.m.

City of Gulfport Emergency Management officials and partners are well into the response and recovery phase following Hurricane Irma. First responders, including City staff and other partners continue working to restore services throughout the community.

Public Works crews completed initial road clearing and will begin a second phase over the next several days to remove storm debris from rights of way.

The City of Gulfport Utilities potable water system is safe and there is no need to boil water.

Duke Energy is working with the county to restore power on a priority basis to sewer pump stations. As this work continues, residents are reminded to limit water usage by remembering the following steps:

• Do not pour water down the drain.
• Avoid doing loads of laundry or running the dishwasher
• Limit flushing toilets when possible.

Additionally as traffic signals continue experiencing outages, drivers are reminded to treat intersections with non-working lights as a four-way stop.

City of Gulfport government offices will remain closed Tuesday, Sept. 12, due to recovery efforts following Hurricane Irma.

All City of Gulfport citizens are urged to get updates on Irma recovery efforts by checking local media outlets and the City website (https://mygulfport.us/irma/) and City social media accounts

City Hall and City Facilities are Closed on Tuesday

Due to City facilities not presently having electrical power and an unknown ETA from Duke Energy in restoring power and numerous traffic control issues related to intersection signalization.

The City of Gulfport in concert with Pinellas County government, Pinellas County School Board, City of St. Petersburg and other Pinellas municipalities have found it is in the best interest and safety of our residents to close City facilities on Tuesday.

City of Gulfport government offices and parks & recreation facilities will be closed Tuesday, Sept. 12, due to continuing recovery efforts following Hurricane Irma. –

With City of Gulfport offices, facilities scheduled at this time to reopen Wednesday, Sept. 13 at 8 a.m.

Please stay tuned for City post-storm updates through local media, city website or city social media.

 

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City of Gulfport staff, partners restoring services following Irma

Residents reminded to be safe while waiting for normal daily routines to return

• City officials, first responders and municipal partners are working to restore critical services during Hurricane Irma’s recovery phase
• Residents are asked to follow safety steps until all essential services are restored
• The Citizen Information Center will resume operations Tuesday at 8:30 a.m.

City of Gulfport Emergency Management officials and partners are well into the response and recovery phase following Hurricane Irma. First responders, including City staff and other partners continue working to restore services throughout the community.

Public Works crews completed initial road clearing and will begin a second phase over the next several days to remove storm debris from rights of way.

The City of Gulfport Utilities potable water system is safe and there is no need to boil water.

Duke Energy is working with the county to restore power on a priority basis to sewer pump stations. As this work continues, residents are reminded to limit water usage by remembering the following steps:

• Do not pour water down the drain.
• Avoid doing loads of laundry or running the dishwasher
• Limit flushing toilets when possible.

Additionally as traffic signals continue experiencing outages, drivers are reminded to treat intersections with non-working lights as a four-way stop.

City of Gulfport government offices will remain closed Tuesday, Sept. 12, due to recovery efforts following Hurricane Irma.

All City of Gulfport citizens are urged to get updates on Irma recovery efforts by checking local media outlets and the City website (https://mygulfport.us/irma/) and City social media accounts.

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City of Gulfport Public Works Sanitation Routes on Monday are Cancelled

To accelerate recovery efforts and debris removal, Monday’s regularly scheduled City of Gulfport Sanitation pickup is cancelled. At this time, all City of Gulfport Public Works Sanitation services are expected to resume normal operations on Tuesday, September 12.

Sunday – September 10, 2017 – CM HURRICANE IRMA UPDATE 

CITY HALL WILL CONTINUE TO BE CLOSED MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2017

Based upon the intensity of Hurricane Irma and the imminent threat to the City of Gulfport, City offices will be closed Monday, September 11, 2017

Essential City personnel (Administration, Public Safety and Public Works) remain on site for the duration of this weather event.

While we continue our efforts throughout Hurricane Irma, it is also recognized that our public and non-essential/critical staff should remain out of harm’s way.

Directors and Superintendents, in coordination with their immediate reports, are authorized to grant administrative leave for non-essential/critical staff for Monday, September 11, 2017in addition to Friday, September 8, 2017.

I am exercising this authority respectfully in the best interest of our employees and the citizens that we serve.

Unless otherwise notified, we will resume normal business operations on Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

Staff continues to keep information flowing on City website and media outlets.

Thank you,
James E. O’Reilly,
City Manager

 

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Tropical Update, Hurricane Irma – Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017, 9:30 a.m.

City of Gulfport – Pinellas County: Mandatory evacuation expanded to Level B; effective immediately; Level A and countywide mobile home evacuation continue.

In light of Hurricane Irma’s heightened threat to live and property of the City of Gulfport and Pinellas County residents, the mandatory evacuation order is now extended to all residents and business in evacuation Level B, effective immediately. The order continues for resident of mobile home countywide, regardless of evacuation zone, and included residents previously ordered to evacuate form Level A.

Residents in Level B must begin evacuation immediately and secure safe shelter promptly. Residents of Level A and all mobile homes must continue their evacuations and secure safe shelter immediately, as well. These evacuation orders will remain in place until ended by further notice.

The expansion of the evacuation order to Level B is based on the latest National Weather Service forecast for Hurricane Irma and the threat of more widespread storm surge, a dome of water rapidly pushed ashore by strong winds.

 

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For Immediate Release, Saturday – 9/08/2017 – 9:00 a.m.

Mandatory Level B Evacuations

In addition to the Level A Mandatory Evacuation Order issued by Pinellas County Emergency Management, a Mandatory Evacuation for Level B residents will go into effect today at 9 a.m. Boca Ciega High School is available for Gulfport residents in need of a location to evacuate to.

Pinellas County has the following shelters available for all residents.

  • John Hopkins Middle School (701 16th St. S., St. Petersburg)*
  • Gibbs High School (850 34th St. S., St. Petersburg)
  • Oak Grove Middle School (1370 S. Belcher Rd, Clearwater) (Special Needs Shelter, no longer accepting pets)
  • Tarpon Springs Middle School (501 N. Florida Ave, Tarpon Springs)
  • Palm Harbor University High School (1900 Omaha St, Palm Harbor)
  • Largo High School (410 Missouri Ave, Largo)

 

*Special Needs/Pet-Friendly Shelter

In addition to the available open shelters, Pinellas County Emergency Management is in the process of preparing the following area shelters for all residents to be open today.

  • Boca Ciega High School (924 58th St. S.)
  • Campbell Park Elementary School (1051 7th Ave. S.)
  • Petersburg High School (2501 5th Ave. N.)
  • New Heights Elementary School (3901 37th St. N.)
  • John Sexton Elementary School ( 1997 54th Ave. N.)
  • Lealman Innovation Academy (4900 28th St. N.)
  • Dunedin Highland Middle School (70 Patricia Ave, Dunedin)*
  • Dunedin Elementary School (900 Union St. N.)
  • Palm Harbor University High School (1900 Omaha St, Palm Harbor)
  • Carwise Middle School (3301 Bentley Dr.)
  • Clearwater Fundamental Middle School (1660 Palmetto St.)
  • Ross Norton Recreation Center (1426 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.)

 

Shelter options:

Residents ordered to evacuate should consider the following shelter options:

  • Stay with family members or at a hotel in a non-evacuation zone.
  • Stay at an emergency shelter; information will be provided at www.pinellascounty.org.
  • If you have special needs, be sure your caregiver begins to implement your plan. If you have no other options, register for special needs transportation by calling (727) 464-4333 or by contacting the local fire department. You may also travel to a special needs shelter on your own.
  • If you have a pet and will need to stay at a pet-friendly shelter, you must register ahead of time. Visit www.pinellascounty.org/emergency/petpreparedness.htm. \
  • When planning to evacuate, residents are advised to consider evacuating a short distance (tens of miles, not hundreds of miles) to avoid the impacts of potential storm surge, significant rainfall flooding, and unsafe structures (mobile homes). Consider staying in safer structures that have window and door protection for hurricanes.

A complete list of all shelters and availabilities can be found at the following link:

http://www.pinellascounty.org/emergency/shelters.htm

Residents with questions can call the City of Gulfport Citizen Informational Call Center today at (727) 893-1000 from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Don’t know your zone? Check out this page for more.

Residents are urged to closely monitor the weather for updates. For the latest City updates, please visit https://mygulfport.us/irma, the “Official Page” of the City of Gulfport Florida on facebook at www.facebook.com/mygulfport, GTV640, or call the Citizen Informational Call Center at (727) 893-1000 during operational hours.

 

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For Immediate Release – 9/8/2017 – 9:15 PM

At this time the City of Gulfport has a minimum number of Sand Bags remaining for distribution to its residents.

Upon the dispensing of the balance of the available Sand Bags – The city will discontinue the city’s Sand Bag operation at City Hall. At the present distribution rate experienced this week, it is expected that the supply will be exhausted at 10:00 AM, Saturday morning.

The City of Gulfport has distributed approximately 21,000 sandbags and 600 cubic yards of sand to residents from Gulfport City Hall. The Citizen Information Call Center has answered over 300 calls from residents requesting information to help them prepare.

Upon completion of the City’s Sand Bag effort, the City staff operating the Sand Bag activities will be discharged to be safe at home with their families.

Critical/Essential City personnel (Administration, Public Safety and Public Works) will remain on site in the City for the duration of the weather event.

Residents with questions can call the City of Gulfport Citizen Informational Call Center on Saturday at (727) 893-1000 from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

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For Immediate Release, Friday – 9/08/2017 – 12:15 p.m.

According to the National Weather Service the City of Gulfport has entered into a Hurricane watch. City departments are taking action to prepare residents and infrastructure for the effects of severe weather. The following City operations are available for all residents.

  • The Sandbag distribution location at Gulfport City Hall is activated for City residents. Sandbags continue to be available at Gulfport City Hall, 2401 53rd Street South, while supplies last or until inclement weather begins. Material and bags will be supplied. Shovels will be available. The City of Gulfport sandbag distribution at City Hall will be open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. (While supplies last or until inclement weather begins)There is 10-bag limit and proof of residency may be required.
  • Residents with questions can call the Citizen Informational Call Center at (727) 893-1000 from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
  • The City of Gulfport Public Works Sanitation Department will continue to follow the normal sanitation operating schedules until inclement weather prevents further activities.
  • City of Gulfport Special Needs are currently being transported to John Hopkins Middle School – 701 16th St. S. in St. Petersburg with the assistance of the Gulfport Fire Department/CERT Team.

For the latest City of Gulfport updates, please visit https://mygulfport.us/irma, the “Official Page” of the City of Gulfport Florida on facebook at www.facebook.com/mygulfport, GTV640, or call the Citizen Informational Call Center at (727) 893-1000 during operational hours.

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Pinellas County Emergency Operations Center activated

Level A evacuation underway; shelters to open at noon

Mandatory evacuations of all of Level A Resident began at 6 a.m.; shelters to open at noon

Pinellas County has activated the Emergency Operations Center as mandatory evacuations for Level A are underway.

The evacuation order took effect at 6 a.m. today, Friday, Sept. 8, and applies to the following:

                o All mobile home residents countywide

                o All residents who live in a Level A evacuation zone (coastal, low-lying areas)

                o All Level A special needs residents

The county will open seven emergency shelters at noon, which includes three that are special needs and pet-friendly. For shelter locations, visit: www.pinellascounty.org.

  The City of Gulfport Citizen Information Center is also open to take questions from residents at:

(727) 893-1000.

Level A is under an evacuation order due to the potential risk of storm surge, a dome of water rapidly pushed ashore by strong winds. Coastal and low-lying areas are especially at risk for storm surge in Pinellas County.

Residents in Level A should begin their evacuation plans immediately. The window for evacuation is from 6 a.m. Friday to 8 a.m. Sunday. All residents and businesses in Level A must evacuate their property and be in a safe shelter before the close of the evacuation window.

Residents may travel to and from their homes during the evacuation window period as they complete their preparations.

When planning to evacuate, residents are advised to consider evacuating a short distance (tens of miles, not hundreds of miles). Stay in a safe structure that has window and door protection for hurricanes.

For the latest City of Gulfport updates, please visit https://mygulfport.us/irma, the “Official Page” of the City of Gulfport Florida on facebook at www.facebook.com/mygulfport, GTV640, or call the Citizen Informational Call Center at (727) 893-1000 during operational hours.

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City Operations Available for Residents

The City of Gulfport is monitoring Hurricane Irma and preparing for an anticipated weather event. A Mandatory Evacuation Order is issued for Zone A residents in Pinellas County Friday, 6 a.m. through Sunday, 8 a.m. City of Gulfport Special Needs Evacuations will activate at Noon on Friday. Residents with questions can call the City of Gulfport Citizen Informational Call Center at (727) 893-1000 from 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. Additional call center hours will be available Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. As of 8 p.m. Thursday, the City of Gulfport has distributed approximately 10,000 sandbags to residents from Gulfport City Hall since starting distribution on Tuesday. The Citizen Information Call Center has answered over 145 calls from residents requesting information to help them prepare. Local officials have been dispatched to areas around the city to address citizen concerns. The following City operations are available for all residents.

  • The Sandbag distribution location at Gulfport City Hall is activated for City residents. Sandbags continue to be available at Gulfport City Hall, 2401 53rd Street South, while supplies last or until inclement weather begins. Material and bags will be supplied. Shovels will be available. The City of Gulfport sandbag distribution at City Hall will be open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. (While supplies last or until inclement weather begins)There is 10-bag limit and proof of residency may be required.
  • Residents with questions can call the Citizen Informational Call Center at (727) 893-1000 from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
  • The City of Gulfport Public Works Sanitation Department will continue to follow the normal sanitation operating schedules until inclement weather prevents further activities.
  • City of Gulfport Special Needs will be transported at Noon Friday with the assistance of the Gulfport Fire Department/CERT Team through the Pinellas County Special Needs program to John Hopkins Middle School – 701 16th St. S. in St. Petersburg.
  • City Offices are closed Friday for normal business operations.

City Officials advise residents to closely monitor the weather for updates moving through the weekend. Emergency shelters for Level A evacuations will open at 12 p.m. on Friday. Open shelter locations will be as follows:

  • Special Needs/Pet-Friendly Shelters
    • John Hopkins Middle School (701 16th St. South, St. Petersburg)
    • Dunedin Highland Middle School (70 Patricia Ave., Dunedin)
    • Oak Grove Middle School (1370 S. Belcher Road, Clearwater)
  • General population shelters:
    • Gibbs High School (850 34th St. South, St. Petersburg)
    • Tarpon Springs Middle School (501 N. Florida Ave., Tarpon Springs)
    • Palm Harbor University High School (1900 Omaha St., Palm Harbor)
    • Largo High School (410 Missouri Ave., Largo)

Don’t know your zone? Check out this page for more.  For the latest City of Gulfport updates, please visit https://mygulfport.us/irma, the “Official Page” of the City of Gulfport Florida on facebook at www.facebook.com/mygulfport, GTV640, or call the Citizen Informational Call Center at (727) 893-1000 during operational hours.

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For Immediate Release, Thursday – 9/07/2017 – 9:00 p.m.

City Operations Available for Residents

The City of Gulfport is monitoring Hurricane Irma and preparing for an anticipated weather event. A Mandatory Evacuation Order is issued for Zone A residents in Pinellas County Friday, 6 a.m. through Sunday, 8 a.m. City of Gulfport Special Needs Evacuations will activate at Noon on Friday. Residents with questions can call the City of Gulfport Citizen Informational Call Center at (727) 893-1000 from 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. Additional call center hours will be available Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

As of 8 p.m. Thursday, the City of Gulfport has distributed approximately 10,000 sandbags to residents from Gulfport City Hall since starting distribution on Tuesday. The Citizen Information Call Center has answered over 145 calls from residents requesting information to help them prepare. Local officials have been dispatched to areas around the city to address citizen concerns. The following City operations are available for all residents.

  • The Sandbag distribution location at Gulfport City Hall is activated for City residents. Sandbags continue to be available at Gulfport City Hall, 2401 53rd Street South, while supplies last or until inclement weather begins. Material and bags will be supplied. Shovels will be available. The City of Gulfport sandbag distribution at City Hall will be open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. (While supplies last or until inclement weather begins)There is 10-bag limit and proof of residency may be required.
  • Residents with questions can call the Citizen Informational Call Center at (727) 893-1000 from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
  • The City of Gulfport Public Works Sanitation Department will continue to follow the normal sanitation operating schedules until inclement weather prevents further activities.
  • City of Gulfport Special Needs will be transported at Noon Friday with the assistance of the Gulfport Fire Department/CERT Team through the Pinellas County Special Needs program to John Hopkins Middle School – 701 16th St. S. in St. Petersburg.
  • City Offices are closed Friday for normal business operations.

City Officials advise residents to closely monitor the weather for updates moving through the weekend. Emergency shelters for Level A evacuations will open at 12 p.m. on Friday.

Open shelter locations will be as follows:

  • Special Needs/Pet-Friendly Shelters
    • John Hopkins Middle School (701 16th St. South, St. Petersburg)
    • Dunedin Highland Middle School (70 Patricia Ave., Dunedin)
    • Oak Grove Middle School (1370 S. Belcher Road, Clearwater)
  • General population shelters:
    • Gibbs High School (850 34th St. South, St. Petersburg)
    • Tarpon Springs Middle School (501 N. Florida Ave., Tarpon Springs)
    • Palm Harbor University High School (1900 Omaha St., Palm Harbor)
    • Largo High School (410 Missouri Ave., Largo)

Don’t know your zone? Check out this page for more. 

For the latest City of Gulfport updates, please visit https://mygulfport.us/irma, the “Official Page” of the City of Gulfport Florida on facebook at www.facebook.com/mygulfport, GTV640, or call the Citizen Informational Call Center at (727) 893-1000 during operational hours.

 

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#8 For Immediate Release, Thursday – 9/07/2017 – 5:00 p.m.

Gulfport City Hall Offices are Closed on Friday, September 8, 2017

Based upon the intensity of Hurricane Irma and the uncertainty of the forecast track at this time, per our discussion Tuesday evening, City offices will be closed Friday, September 8, 2017. Our remaining City personnel (Administration, Public Safety and Public Works) will be diligently preparing the city and assisting residents along with critical staff during this weather event. While we need to continue our efforts throughout Hurricane Irma, it is also recognized that our public and non-critical staff should remain out of harm’s way. City of Gulfport Directors and Superintendents, in coordination with their immediate reports, are authorized to grant administrative level for NON-ESSENTIAL/CRITICAL staff. Discretion should be exercised for those personnel residing in mandatory evacuation zones. The City of Gulfport exercises this authority respectfully in the best interest of our employees and the citizens that we serve. Unless otherwise notified, the City of Gulfport will resume normal business operations on Monday, September 11, 2017.

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Thursday – 9/07/2017 – 8:00 a.m.

The City of Gulfport continues to monitor the track of Hurricane Irma. Sandbag operations, while supplies last, will resume this morning at 8 a.m. at Gulfport City Hall, 2401 53rd Street South. Residents with questions can call the City of Gulfport Citizens Information Call Center at (727) 893-1000 for more information. Be safe. #PinellasIrma

 

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