City Council meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month; all meetings and occasional changes are publically noticed. Council Workshops held when needed, and are publically posted.
For City specific information, please go on-line to: www.myseminole.com
or call City Hall, 727-391-0204.
2018 State of the City – TBReporter 2-4-2018 PDF
State of the City of Seminole Address 1-24-17 PDF
7-1-2017 – Home Rule Matters LW OP Ed TBReporter PDF
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Seminole Council proud to recognize 4 Seminole elementary schools; distinguished Principals and strong education leaders accepted grants: (L-R) Kelly Kennedy, Oakhurst Elementary; Audrey Chafin, Starkey Elementary; Nanette Grasso, Seminole Elementary; Dr. Christine Porter, Orange Grove Elementary.
Also, a grant presented to Pinellas Hope Homeless Shelter; accepted by Danielle Husband.
*25th Seminole 5K Seminole Stampede@ Walsingham Park
*4th Annual Caregivers Conference @ SPC-Seminole
*Friends of the Seminole Library; entertainment on stage, Nan Colton as Agatha Christie.
1. Mayor Waters, Councilor Quinn and Zena Bond – Moffitt Fund Raiser @ Seminole Gardens
2. Eagle Scott project highlighting the names of Seminole’s Pioneer Families etched in the bricks.
3. 50th annual Pow Wow Festival and Parade, 3-10-2018
4. Seminole Historical Museum Future Fossils Pow Wow Parade entry.
Seminole Mayor Leslie Waters and Councilor Jim Quinn – dsay thanks to so many generous resdients! Hundreds of food items were collected at Freedom Square and delivered to the Interfaith Food Pantry on Friday, February 16, 2018. Be kind, Folks! Kindness is ageless.
City of Seminole Fire-Rescue hosts Annual educational & fun event for the entire family!
Fire Station Open House, Saturday, 2-10-2018, 10-2:00 pm, 70th/113th
SEMINOLE CITIZENS ACADEMY 2018 !
Very interesting and very worth your time!
Learn about the City of Seminole Government; Meet and interact with Seminole City Councilors, City Manager Ann Toney-Deal, City Directors, and other City staff..
Tour City buildings and facilities…Public Works, Library, Recreation, Administration, Fire Rescue, Law Enforcement (Pinellas County Sheriff Office). Classes will be held over 6 Wednesdays, 6-8:00 pm, at various locations around the City. Only May 2 will run from 6:00 -8:30 pm.
Applications are available online at : www.myseminole.com; For more information contact: Fire Chief Heather Burford, 727-393-8711 x 217, email@example.com
Hope to see you there!
REMEMBER HURRICANE IRMA?
CERT volunteers were invaluable pre-Irma in preparation for the storm, and post-Irma during the City’s recovery efforts.
Sure would like to see every neighborhood in the City of Seminole have residents who are CERT trained! CERT citizen volunteers assist first-responders and are on-voluntary-call for “blue sky” events.
Next Basic Training Class – February 26-March 3, 2018. M-Th. – 6:30-9:30 pm; Sat. 9-6:00 pm. No fee. Must attend all 21 hours. Location Fire Station #29 – 11195 70th Avenue North (113th/70th)
I am 2016 CERT certified. CERT Certificate displayed in my office.
If interested, or know someone who would be, please contact Brad Dykens, firstname.lastname@example.org; 727-393-8711 x210
Your City encourages citizens to “Be Ready. Be Involved.”
CERT is supported by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, FEMA, Volunteer Florida, Citizen Corps, Pinellas County and City of Seminole Fire-Rescue.
November 2017 – Leslie Waters presented a Florida State University College of Education 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award – International Affairs category. ”It is a great honor to be recognized by the FSU College of Education, an institution that provided me with the education and life skills that have done me well, ” said Leslie Waters, ” Skills that have helped me impact democracies worldwide.”
A wonderful Delegation of Macedonian political leaders visited Seminole City Council Business Meeting in November and were presented an American Flag and a Proclamation designating Tuesday, December 12 as Macedonian Delegation Day. The next day Seminole City Staff provided an informative Roundtable Discussion on Transparency in Budgeting, Contracting and Economic Development. Lots of questions and discussion! What a great group!
Sponsored by the American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) out of Washington DC, and locally hosted by Dr. Judithanne McLaughlan, USFSP.
Hope you can join the Seminole Fire Rescue and Local #2896…and me… throughout the day, Saturday, December 16, 2017. 9-5:00 pm @ Bay Pines Walmart!
Please bring gifts for children or perhaps while shopping in Walmart pick-up a toy and place in the boat on your way out! Toys and other items to be donated to the St. Vincent de Paul CARES Homeless Shelter. This picture is from last year. Thank you.