City Hall: 2747 Sunset Blvd. Belleair Bluffs, Fl 33770
Phone No: 727.584.2151
Hrs: M-F, 8:30am-4:30pm
CITY HALL IS CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAYS UNTIL TUESDAY DECEMBER 27, 2016 AT 8:30AM
City of Belleair Bluffs
Next Meeting January 9th 2017 6:00PM
MONTHLY CITY COMMISSION MEETING
WORKSHOP MEETINGS 2ND MONDAY AT 6:00PM
REGULAR MEETINGS 3RD MONDAY AT 6:00PMCity Meeting Agendas and Minutes
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Pinellas County Residents now get First Call
With a new hurricane season comes a new, more capable emergency alert system. Pinellas County’s FirstCall service is free to County Residents and gets the word out whenever an emergency situation arises. Residents simply register their contact information with FirstCall, and an automated message will be sent to alert subscribers of potentially hazardous situations. Residents can sign up for the service by visiting https://alertregistration.com/PinellasCoFLEMS/ or calling (866) 484-3264. All contact information will remain protected and confidential.
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Click Here Fire Station Site Plan Layout
The site plan for the proposed Belleair Bluffs fire station shows the driveway circling around the back so the fire trucks can drive through the apparatus bays on the west side of the building. A wall is planned for the west and north sides of the property to reduce noise for neighboring homes. To the east is the city’s Public Works building.
One of the proposed designs for the new Belleair Bluffs fire station features brick at the front entrance area.
Belleair Bluffs from the Beginning Book - Available at City Hall
at Resident Membership Rates
Beginning DECEMBER 7, 2015
(open attachment for information)
Pinellas County Emergency Management: (727) 464-3800
Sign up for the Community Notification Service to receive text emergency information on your cell phone: (888) 689-8905
Register for Special Needs Transportation: (727) 464-3800
For more information, please visit our Hurricane Preparedness Page
Pinellas County Utilities is cautioning customers to beware of companies recommending that a water test be conducted in your home. Such companies often use scare tactics and misrepresentation to sell a water treatment product and Utilities has learned that customers are again being approached about having their water tested.