A rundown on the the most recent information on Irma cleanup in the cityRead More »
The ribbon cutting for the plaques was a highlight of Gulfport's Veterans Day celebrations November 11, along with the parade and volleyball tournament. ...
"A security system paired with sound burglarizing of your home and yard is a great way of preventing break-ins to your cars and home,” said GPD Officer Mills ...
The sunrise view in Gulfport west of Williams Pier filled with 13 new Washingtonia palms, part of Phase Two of the Shore Boulevard Beautification Project ...
On November 7, voters overwhelming approved extending the Penny for Pinellas sales tax referendum. What does that mean for Gulfport? ...
The city-wide sale happens twice a year, giving residents a day to set up their yard sale without a permit, and to put their address in the yard sale brochure ...
Gulfport Police Officer Justin Guillory’s police cruiser sustained side and frontend damage in the crash. Officer Guillory was unharmed, and the suspect was arrested. ...
Despite widespread power outages and downed trees, in Gulfport and the surrounding communities many residents are feeling lucky.Read More »
After analysis of the cost of special events, city staff have created a standard plan for how to handle these events going forwardRead More »
Plus a closer look at special events fundingRead More »
Construction will begin before the end of August and is scheduled to last through the end of March 2018, with nightly and weekend closuresRead More »
During construction, August through March 2018, residents can expect lane closures at night and on weekends.Read More »
Phase 2 of the Shore Boulevard Recreation Trail project east of the Gulfport Casino is on schedule to be completed by about September 30Read More »
A grease clog is at fault for a 20,000-gallon sewage leak August 3 – 1,500 gallons of which entered Clam Bayou on the St. Pete sideRead More »
An 88-year-old Gulfport woman, Sofia Zarzev, was found dead Thursday morning, August 3, at the Gulfport public beach.Read More »
For special events, when the city traditionally provides in-kind services to promoters what does it mean in terms of payroll and rental dollars?Read More »