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Next meeting: SOCIAL Monday, April 23, 2015 6pm
Harvey's 4th Street Grill

2015 Social meeting schedule is now updated.


Our neighborhood association slush-fund is dangerously low on funds, donations are greatly appreciated. Keeping our website running and other annual expenses help up keep in touch with all our neighbors. Checks can be made out to: Edgemoor Neighborhood Assoc., P.O. Box 55692, St. Petersburg FL 33732.

Many thanks to those individuals and businesses who donate they're time and resources to help keep us going!

Curbside Recycling Rolls into St. Pete This Summer

Informational Meetings Scheduled

Beginning this July, St. Petersburg residents who live in single-family and multi-family residences up to four units may begin saving the environment with the launch of bi-weekly Universal Curbside Recycling collection. The new single-stream recycling initiative, administered by the city Sanitation Department, will be in addition to the department's regular weekly residential and commercial solid waste collections.

For more info

The Universal Curbside Recycling program is scheduled to get underway with the delivery of blue, 95-gallon carts to approximately 76,000 residents this May. Once the program officially begins collections in July, residents will be able to place eligible recyclable items that are rinsed or free of food particles in the cart before wheeling it to the curb for pickup on their designated recycling day. To pay for the service, residents will see $2.95 added to their monthly utility bill.

Items that are eligible for recycling under the new program include newspapers, magazines, mixed paper, and cardboard, along with clear and colored glass, aluminum and steel cans, steel jar lids, milk and juice cartons, and #1-7 plastic containers that have been rinsed or are free of food particles. Items that will not be accepted for recycling include plastic bags, pizza boxes, used paper plates, styrofoam or take-out containers, light bulbs, mirrors, ceramics, electronics, paint, pesticides, and batteries.

A series of meetings to introduce the new Universal Curbside Recycling program to the public and provide an opportunity for education will be held in each of St. Petersburg's eight council districts beginning March 23.

The eight public meetings will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the following locations:

District 1 March 23 J.W. Cate Center, 5801 22nd Ave. N., Council Chair Gerdes
District 2 March 24 Willis S. Johns Center, 6635 Dr. M.L. King Jr. St. N., Council Member Kennedy
District 3 March 31 Willis S. Johns Center, 6635 Dr. M.L. King Jr. St. N., Council Member Dudley
District 4 April 2 Roberts Recreation Center, 1246 50th Ave. N., Council Member Rice
District 5 April 7 SPC Allstate Center, Florida Room, 3200 34th St. S., Council Member Kornell
District 6 April 14 Frank W. Pierce Center, 2000 7th St. S., Council Member Nurse
District 7 April 21 Childs Park Center, 4301 13th Ave. S., Council Member Newton
District 8 April 28 Gladden Park Center, 3901 30th Ave. S., Council Vice Chair Foster

Residents are encouraged to attend the meeting held in their council district but are welcome to attend any of the other scheduled meetings through April 28. For more information on the meetings and items eligible for recycling under the city's new Universal Curbside Recycling program, visit

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Spring ENA Cleanup Date Added

Second Cleanup Date: Spring Cleanup Saturday April 18 & Sunday April 19

Due to overwhelming success, the City has granted Edgemoor a second annual cleanup event. The city will provide 4 large dumpster's strategically placed in the neighborhood to allow residents to get rid of large unwanted items, free of charge.  It's a great time to clean out the garage!

Dumpster locations to date will be Triangle Park - 3 dumpster's at 58th Ave. NE & Woodrow Wilson (Triangle Park) and 1 at CVS 4th St & 54th Ave. at Palm Court- CVS dumpster will be located in the lot behind the store. Click here for neighborhood map.

If you have special needs, we can arrange assistance or for more information/questions email Richard Kirby or

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New Pier Designs


Perhaps we will have a better outcome this time around.

New Pier Designs

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Downtown Waterfront Master Plan – Project Update January 2015

To date, the City’s Downtown Waterfront Master Plan (DWMP) team has conducted more than 45 meetings and events with about 600 participants. In Phase I, the DWMP team listened to community input, held stakeholder meetings with sustainability and climate change experts, a social equity and diversity group, the business community, and port, marina, and airport leaders, and others.

In Phase II, five themes were presented and validated by the community. Under those themes, many starter ideas for the downtown waterfront were presented. Some ideas were to address baseline needs, such as parkland and vista preservation, and others were more transformative, such as creating a Bayboro Collaboration Zone including the Port, Airport, USFSP, and other institutions. The City’s Downtown Waterfront Master Plan (DWMP) project is now entering Phase III of four Phases.

A 4-day workshop for testing and refining ideas for the DWMP will be held January 26 – 29. The DWMP team needs your continued feedback and collaboration. Please plan to attend all three public events:

Monday, January 26 at 6:30 pm
The DWMP team will give a presentation and work with participants on refining master plan elements;

Wednesday, January 28 from 4-7 pm
An open house will be held where the public may view work in progress and talk to the team in an informal setting; and

Thursday, January 29 at 6:30 pm
Presentation of programmatic design and implementation approaches that will help form the draft master plan document (Phase IV).

All events are being held at the USFSP Harbor Hall (former Dali Museum) 1000 3rd Street South. Shortcut to latest November 13, 2014 presentation with “starter ideas”: Master Plan .pdf

Digital town hall:

Please forward information to your neighbors and business contacts, encourage them to sign up on line for updates and attend events. 

Edgemoor November Notes

November 18 meeting will have guest speaker on downtown Pier plans

First off, the annual Clean Up on October 18th & 19th was a huge success! Last year our total collection was 9+ tons, this years total was 11+ tons. It is rumored that our neighborhood set the record for all the neighborhoods in the city for the most tonnage collected in one weekend! In light of that success, the City has given us the option of doing the Clean Up twice per year - April and October.

Feel free to add your input on the Clean Up event or any other neighborhood project you would like to see Edgemoor undertake, you can use our Contact Us form or send your thoughts and comments directly to our president, Richard Kirby (see link below).

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We will have a special guest speaker at the November 18th meeting from the Ah Ha Design Group, one of the 8 finalists selected to design our new downtown pier. They are seeking the communities input as to what the folks in St. Pete would like to see incorporated in the design of the new Pier. We look forward to hearing their ideas as well.

What 16 Design Teams Want To Do
City Council Keeping Tabs on Pier Process
New Study Reiterates Viability of Inverted Pyramid


If you need more information/questions email Richard Kirby or


New BlueWays Canoe & Kayak Trails Launch Site

Puryear Park canoe and kayak launch site is now officially part of the BlueWays Trail

If you're a canoeing/kayaking fan you're in luck, you now have a launch site right in your neighborhood, how awesome is that?
Here is more information about the City sponsored BlueWays Trails

If you need more information/questions email Richard Kirby or

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PSA from the City of St. Pete

St. Pete Free Clinic - Food, Shelter and Healthcare Resource

If you or someone you know needs help, this is a great source for multiple organizations and special events.

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