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Palmetto Park Neighborhood Shines: Community Updates and Collaborative Commitments

In the heart of District 7, Palmetto Park residents and stakeholders brought amazing energy and engagement to the recent neighborhood meeting. Held at 3 Daughters Brewery, the turnout showcased a strong community spirit and active involvement in local affairs.

Community Service Officer LaRucci shared critical updates, and Chris Arnold from the Grand Central District committed to enhanced collaboration. President Lindsay Goldberg Wulff, VP Max McCann, and Board Member Jules Schneider offered valuable insights into neighborhood initiatives.

The dedication of Palmetto Park residents in shaping a better community is truly commendable. To stay connected and involved, residents are encouraged to subscribe to the Palmetto Park Neighborhood newsletter by emailing and following the Facebook page. The collective engagement is vital for the neighborhood's continued success.

Council Member Muhammad answered questions about the South St. Pete Community Redevelopment Area Plan and the upcoming Neighborhood Plan updates that are scheduled for the area. You can read the responses and download the documents he promised to provide to resident below:

Response to Questions about CRA - Nov 14 2023
Download PDF • 115KB
Palmetto Park Profile
Download PDF • 5.75MB
Central Neighborhood Plan
Download PDF • 6.96MB

In closing, Council Member Muhammad extends heartfelt appreciation to the Palmetto Park Neighborhood Association Board, leadership, and residents. The warm hospitality and unwavering commitment to civic engagement and collaboration within the district are truly inspiring.

Your dedication is a driving force behind the success of District 7 and our City.

Stay connected, stay engaged, and let's build stronger more connected Neighborhoods, together!

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