Snell Isle Alerts

Watering Restrictions

City of St. Petersburg Marketing Department St. Petersburg's Watering Restrictions

Due to drought conditions and increased demand for water, it’s important now more than ever to follow St. Pete’s year-round watering restrictions and eliminate wasteful and unnecessary water uses.

Customers with potable, private well and surface water sources may water twice weekly, between the hours of 5 to 9 a.m. and/or 7 to 11 p.m.

• Addresses ending in an even number may irrigate on Tuesdays and Saturdays only.

• Addresses ending in an odd number and locations with no address may irrigate on Wednesdays and Sundays only.

Customers with reclaimed water are encouraged to water no more than three times per week, between the hours of 5 to 9 a.m. or 7 to 11 p.m.

Unnecessary and wasteful uses of water are always prohibited. Examples include hosing down driveways and impervious surfaces, allowing water to flow unattended and using water inefficiently. Additionally, customers are required to test irrigation systems for leaks and inefficiencies.

More stringent watering restrictions may be temporarily put into place if conditions worsen. Find St. Pete’s current local watering restrictions at stpete.org/wateringrestrictions

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Every drop helps. Consider implementing water-saving practices. Find ideas, resources and rebate programs at: stpete.org/WaterConservation

Food Truck Wednesday - TODAY 5pm - 8pm

It’s Food Truck Wednesday at Northeast Church on Shore Acres this Wednesday (4/20) from 5 - 8 PM! Take a break from cooking and get some great American food from the Slammer Shop food truck and finish it off with an amazing dessert from the Funnel Vision truck.

We’re also collecting non-perishable food donations for the St. Pete Free Clinic. So please bring a food item to help those in need during this challenging time. Those who make a donation will get a free drink from the truck!

There’s plenty of room in the church parking lot to get your food and maintain social distancing. Stop by 4400 Shore Acres Blvd, 33703 on Wednesday and don’t forget your food donation.

Message from Snell Isle President

With 2 auto thefts on Snell Isle in the last week, you can expect those who commit these crimes to keep returning, hoping to find other opportunities to take what doesn’t belong to them! Please remind your family members to lock up, take those keys OUT of the car, remove all valuables and stay alert. We are all only as good as our weakest link…don’t let that weak link be YOU!

If you see anything suspicious, please call the Police at 893-7780. They’d much rather come to check something out and PREVENT a crime than take a report AFTER a crime’s been committed. And with the Holidays right around the corner, we don’t want to make it easy for crimes of opportunity! Please stress this to every family member…when we all work together, good things can happen.

Stay Safe, Bonnie Hargrett

St. Petersburg Police Dept. Update Sept 30 - Oct , 2019

Over the past week Snell Isle had an Auto Theft that occurred on September 30th at approx. 11:30 p.m. It occurred at the apartment complex on Eden Isle. The car was left unlocked with the keys under the seat. There are no suspects.

There was also a Residential Burglary in the 1200 block of Brightwaters Blvd NE. The suspect is unknown and made forced entry to the 2nd floor doors. This occurred on October 5th at 11:30 p.m. There were no other reported crimes. Donald J. Herring, SPPD

Please always remember to:

  • Lock it or lose it.
  • See something, say something. Call SPPD immediately at 727-793-7780 if you see something suspicious.
Thank you for keeping Snell Isle a very safe and wonderful community.

St. Petersburg Police Dept. Update Sept. 2-8, 2019 te

Over the past week Snell Isle only had 7 calls for service. There were no reported crimes during the week. Donald J. Herring, SPPD

Please always remember to:

  • Lock it or lose it.
  • See something, say something. Call SPPD immediately at 727-793-7780 if you see something suspicious.
Thank you for keeping Snell Isle a very safe and wonderful community.

St. Petersburg Police Dept. Update - Aug. 26 - Sept. 1, 2019

Over the past week Snell Isle only had a Grand Theft of three Ice Coolers from the Golf Course. They were in wooden boxes that were left unlocked. No suspects. This occurred at 600 blk Snell Isle Blvd NE during the midnight hours of the 28th. There were no other reported crimes during the week. Donald J. Herring, SPPD

Please always remember to:

  • Lock it or lose it.
  • See something, say something. Call SPPD immediately at 727-793-7780 if you see something suspicious.
Thank you for keeping Snell Isle a very safe and wonderful community

St. Petersburg Residential Composting Program

The City of St. Petersburg has launched its first residential composting program. Residents in single-family homes who are interested in composting are invited to sign up for the free and voluntary program and minimize their environmental impact by turning kitchen and yard waste into usable, nutrient-rich fertilizer.

Participants in the composting program will receive a composting bin from the City to use in their backyard. There will be no collection service, but the resident will be responsible for feeding and maintaining the bin and will reap the benefits of the nutrient-rich compost by spreading it on their lawn or garden.

More information and the composting bin request form can be found at www.stpete.org/composting

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About Snell Isle

image Snell Isle is home to the historic The Vinoy® Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club, one of the Nation's premier golf courses.
image Our tropical surroundings provide waterfront vistas for most residents. Over 80% of the homes on Snell Isle enjoy waterfront views.
image In 1920, local developer C. Perry Snell began construction on what was originally, a muddy mangrove island.

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