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Streets & Stormwater

Contact Information: (727) 942-5606, 324 East Pine St

For after hour emergencies please contact the city’s Emergency Answering Service at (727) 234-4944 The department is responsible for maintenance and construction of city streets and  sidewalks, street sweeping and the stormwater collection system.  Complete our Flood Prevention Planning Questionnaire! Learn more about our Wastewater / Stormwater Systems:  Video: Stormwater and Sanitary Sewer Systems  Guide for Homeowners - Preventing Urban Runoff Pollution Watershed - Where we Live Work Play  Pollution Prevention Is Up to You!  Stormwater Utility Education  

Summer Fertilizer Usage:

Pinellas County law bans the sale and use of any lawn or landscape fertilizer with nitrogen or phosphorous from June 1 to September 30.  Learn more at the Pinellas County website Incorrect use of fertilizer and poor landscape debris management can allow nutrients to leach into the groundwater and wash into storm drains that flow to lakes, streams and bays.  

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City of Tarpon Springs
Copyright © 2015 City of Tarpon Springs. All rights registered

Streets & Stormwater

Contact Information: (727) 942-5606,

324 East Pine St

For after hour emergencies please contact the city’s Emergency Answering Service at (727) 234-4944 The department is responsible for maintenance and  construction of city streets and sidewalks, street  sweeping and the stormwater collection system.  Complete our Flood Prevention Planning  Questionnaire! Learn more about our Wastewater / Stormwater  Systems:  Video: Stormwater and Sanitary Sewer Systems  Guide for Homeowners - Preventing Urban Runoff  Pollution Watershed - Where we Live Work Play   Pollution Prevention Is Up to You!  Stormwater Utility Education  

Summer Fertilizer Usage:

Pinellas County law bans the sale and use of any lawn or landscape fertilizer with nitrogen or phosphorous from June 1 to September 30.  Learn more at the Pinellas County website Incorrect use of fertilizer and poor landscape debris management can allow nutrients to leach into the groundwater and wash into storm drains that flow to lakes, streams and bays.  
Visit Greece Without Leaving Florida