If you have a 2023 graduate in your Snell Isle family and would allow us to feature them in the Panther newsletter, please submit the following information by April 15th:
Name, where they graduated from and a short note on their future plans. Also, please include a picture of the graduate.
On Tuesday, April 11th from 8:00am to 6:00pm an event will be taking place at 40 Snell Isle Blvd NE. There will be an unusually large amount of legal street parking being used in the area during those hours and a smaller amount of vehicles on April 12th and 13th - between 8:00am to 6:00pm.
The event producers have given specific instructions to people who will be using street parking, to be mindful and courteous of the residents, keep all noise down, not block driveways, and adhere to all posted parking laws.
You should be receiving a postcard about an upcoming virtual public meeting regarding the City’s Stormwater Master Plan. Given the floodwater in various areas on Snell Isle, we encourage you to review the map and complete the floodplain map input form to be of assistance to the City. If you reside in an area with few (or no) stormwater drains, this is your opportunity to voice your concern. If you drive through our neighborhood after a storm you know there are a number of areas on Snell Isle that need to be addressed. This is your time to speak up!
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The City will be hosting a virtual public meeting where you can learn more about the Stormwater Master Plan and provide input on the floodplain map. The virtual meeting will be held via Zoom on Wednesday, April 12, 2023 at 6-7 p.m.
Meeting details and project information can be found at stpete.org/StormwaterMasterPlan
WHAT TO DO NEXT
1. View the updated flood plain map at stpete.org/StormwaterMasterPlan
2. Complete the Floodplain Map Comment Form to provide input based on your experience with the highest flooding levels in your area.