With the onset of hurricane season – which began June 1 and will end November 30 – Gulfport prepared with the annual Hurricane Seminar, May 30Read More »
Plus new events calendar approved and Spirit of Gulfport Award goes to the late Sally Douglas ...
The discussion accompanied a controversial proposal in a standing-room-only council meeting ...
The signs come along with a new enforcement concept designed to deter frequent offenders with potential fines ...
The Community Redevelopment Agency meeting July 16 also looked into shortening events in Gulfport, as well as approval for outdoor seating at Gulfperk ...
A paved bicycle path that is under construction along the northern portion of Clam Bayou will soon be paired with new street sharrows in Gulfport ...
Free vertical oyster gardens will be installed on docks at the Municipal Marina and at private residencesRead More »
Plus, Gulfport Council talks about a new surface for the dog park and repairs for the Williams PierRead More »
Grace Connection Church, on the border between Gulfport and St. Petersburg, turned down St. Petersburg’s $1.8 million offer for the five-acre propertyRead More »
A staple at Gulfport City Hall from 1991 to 2001, former Gulfport Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Olsen, 74, passed away on Tuesday, April 30.Read More »
The city of Gulfport wants to work with Hartsook Companies for a new, state-of-the-art senior center; a $45,000 city-funded study will have to come first.Read More »
Growth is the reason the LGBTQ Resource Center of the Gulfport Library now has its own non-profit tax status, said Susan Gore, board chairperson.Read More »
Gulfport’s Junk in the Trunk event on Saturday, May 11, featured free large item disposal amongst many other services for the communityRead More »
About 30 new Neighborhood Watch signs have been installed in Gulfport with 20 more to go, said Director of Public Works Tom Nicholls on May 13Read More »
Many residents spoke about a new senior center and about St. Petersburg’s affordable housing plan at Gulfport’s Tuesday, May 8 council meetingRead More »