Stormwater Floodplain Changes in Harris Park

Earlier this spring, some neighbors in our community received a postcard from the City of St. Petersburg letting us know that the city is updating its Stormwater Master Plan, and as part of that some areas are proposed to be included in new floodplain maps. You can view an interactive map HERE to see ifContinue reading “Stormwater Floodplain Changes in Harris Park”

Harris Park Meeting: 5.9.22 Notes

Crime Watch: No major concerns to report. We will have a new Community Service Officer beginning 6/1, Officer Richard Van As always, here are your resources (make sure to use them so all incidents are documented!) Emergency: 911 Patrol (non-emergency): 727-893-7780 Community service (needs attention/documentation, but not urgent): 727-551-3182 For the latest crime information, checkContinue reading “Harris Park Meeting: 5.9.22 Notes”

March 03.14.22 Meeting Notes

Attendees: President, Jessica Salmond Treasurer, Chase Wilsey Secretary, Jess Small Board members, Beth Cooke, David Holler and Katie Vann Elizebeth S., Korrie, Bob, S., Dave, Jillian. There were no public comments.  St. Pete Police Department neighborhood report by Officer James Fuchs: An unlocked commercial vehicle was burglarized earlier this year. Officer Fuchs reminds everyone toContinue reading “March 03.14.22 Meeting Notes”

Harris Park Meeting: 1.10.22 notes

Know a neighbor who wants to receive Harris Park emails? Fill out this online form to sign up for our list! HPNA Meeting – January 10, 2022 Officer Report: Since our last meeting, there was only 1 vehicle burglary and 2 residential burglaries reported. Overall, things have been quiet and there are no major concerns toContinue reading “Harris Park Meeting: 1.10.22 notes”

Harris Park Meeting: 11.15.21 notes

Know a neighbor who wants to receive Harris Park emails?¬†Fill out this online form to sign up for our list! HPNA Meeting – November 15, 2022 Neighborhood Patrol Officer Report Reviewed reports from September 15 through November 15 and there were no significant findings. The neighborhood has been relatively quiet with no major incidents. VehicleContinue reading “Harris Park Meeting: 11.15.21 notes”