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Posted on: February 14, 2019

Pavement Rejuvenation Process Taking Place February 19 and 20

February, 2019 Pavement Rejuvenation Map

Attention Residents: The streets marked in the attached image will soon undergo a pavement rejuvenation process that will extend the life of local roadways. This involves applying a sealer on street surfaces, which (weather permitting) will take place on ...

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Posted on: February 8, 2019

Congratulations to Susan and Allison - Our Two Newest Employees of the Month

Susan Lee and Allison Daniels posing with their Employee of the Month certificates

Left: Susan Lee (the Town's one-person Human Resources Department) is our cheerleader, our party planner, our go-to support system, and now our December, 2018 employee of the month! That month in particular, Susan had a tremendous amount of work to comple...

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Posted on: February 4, 2019

Belleair PD Tervis Tumblers Are Now $5 Off

Photo features a a Belleair PD Tervis Tumbler and the following text: Tervis Tumbler: Police Fundrai

You can now purchase your very own novelty Belleair PD Tervis Tumbler for only $25 (while supplies last). These 16-ounce tumblers include an authentic police patch sealed inside and are a fundraiser for the department. Get yours today before they're gone.

Posted on: January 30, 2019

Duke Energy Tree Trimming

Duke Energy Trimming Map

Duke Energy? will be trimming trees along power lines in Belleair in the coming weeks, per the areas marked with blue lines on the attached map. For more information (and for project contact information), click below.

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Posted on: January 22, 2019

Belleair Community Foundation Facilitates Donation for Police Radios

Photo of Belleair Community Foundation Vice President John Rich and Belleair Police Chief Rick Doyle

Our residents' generosity knows no bounds. Thank you to the Belleair Community Foundation for facilitating a private donation of $20,000 towards radios for the Belleair Police Department. These will go a long way in keeping our community safe!