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Description: Alley collection of recyclables is now underway for residents who currently have trash collection in the alley on their designated recycling days. Residents who currently have trash picked up at
Alley collection of recyclables is now underway for residents who currently have trash collection in the alley on their designated recycling days. Residents who currently have trash picked up at the curb will see no change in their recycling location. Additional information is available.
All sanitation customers have been mailed 2016 recycling zone calendars and information about the alley recycling program. Printable versions are available online, customers may use the free St. Pete Collects mobile app or call Sanitation Customer Service at 727-893-7838 to request one.
The addition of alley recycling collection affects about 31,000 residential St. Petersburg sanitation customers.
At the January 21 City Council meeting, the architect and engineering contract with W Architecture and Landscape Architecture for the Pier Approach was approved, enabling the initial design for this next phase of the Pier District to begin. The Pier Approach will connect the downtown core to the Pier with an active, connected and coordinated sequence of facilities and venues.
The Pier Approach project is adjacent to the new Pier project limits and the downtown core (Beach Drive) is the project’s western boundary.
The initial phase of the contract was given the go-ahead with $318,030 allocated for initial design services. The entire budget for the Pier Approach is $20 million, which is financed from St. Petersburg’s downtown tax district.
W Architecture and Landscape Architecture in partnership with Wannemacher Jensen was selected in October 2015 to provide design and construction oversight services. The ability to integrate the New St. Petersburg Pier and Pier Approach designs into a seamless and functional single project (the Pier District) is a major component of the project.
Visiting downtown on Friday or Saturday nights? Locate parking easier and eliminate worries of expired meters by participating in the free Park Once shuttle program. Between 5 p.m. and midnight on Friday and Saturdays, pay the regular parking fee for either the Sundial, 117 Second St. N. or South Core, 101 First Ave. S. garages, then board the free Park Once shuttle to experience St. Petersburg’s waterfront, Beach Drive and Central Arts District destinations. The free shuttles run a continuous seven to 10 minute route, with five conveniently located stops, throughout downtown.