Sunday, March 23, 2014

Firefighters save the day. 

About an hour ago neighbors smelled smoke on the 600 block of 12th Avenue South in our neighborhood. A vehicle was burning. Soon a fire truck rolled up and the fire was put out before it could spread.



                                                                         Photos by Bartlett Park Neighborhood Association

Good job! Thank you for your service.

Visit the fire fighters union web site- LOCAL 747. St Petersburg Association of Fire Fighters


Thursday, March 06, 2014

South St Petersburg Democratic Club
Cordially invites you to our next monthly meeting

Saturday, March 8, 2014
Sanderlin Center
2335 22nd Ave. S
11 am

Guest Speakers
Judy Ellis, Lakewood Estates Neighborhood Assn.
Betty Hayes, Bartlett Park Neighborhood Assn.
Lurlis Simmons, Palmetto Park Neighborhood Assn

Norma Roberts, President

South St Petersburg Democratic Club Congratulates these Candidates who received the Club Endorsements

Dwight Dudley 
Pat Gerard 
Judithanne McLauchlan
Alex Sink 
Carl Zimmerman

Sunday, February 16, 2014

February Neighborhood Association Meeting

Brian Battaglia spoke to members and listened to our concerns.


                    Brian Battaglia with association officers Addie Williams and Betty Hayes.


Brian Battaglia is a candidate for Circuit Court Judge, Group 16 for Pinellas and Pasco counties.

Click here to visit his website for more information.

Thursday, January 02, 2014


Martin Luther King Day of Service-Take the Day On
Monday January 20th 8:00 a.m. .
Bartlett Park Community Garden/Green Florida
1443 Highland St S, St. Pete, FL 33701 (near 15th Avenue South and 8th Street)
Volunteers Will Improve the Garden's Capacity to Feed the Surrounding Community by building a chicken house.
Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve. Visit MLKDay.gov.



ST. PETERSBURG, FL (January 17, 2013) - St. Petersburg hosts one of the 
largest Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday parades in the nation on Monday, 
January 21. During this year's 28th Annual MLK Drum Major for Justice National 
Parade, city traffic officials will make every effort to minimize 
inconvenience to motorists; however, traffic disruptions in downtown St. 
Petersburg can be anticipated between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

The parade begins at 11 a.m. on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. St. at Third Ave. 
S., proceeds north to Central Ave., east along Central to Bayshore Drive and 
north to Fifth Ave. NE, disbanding into Vinoy and North Shore Parks.

St. Petersburg Police encourage motorists to pre-plan their travel routes and 
to use streets west of 16th St. After 10:30 a.m., drivers wanting to cross 
First Ave. N., Central Ave. or First Ave. S., are advised to use 28th St., 
I-275, or streets further west.

The Central Avenue Trolley (CAT) will operate a slightly modified route on 
Monday, utilizing First Ave. N. (westbound) and Fourth Ave. N. (eastbound) to 
bypass the parade. Regular CAT trolley fares apply (50 cents per ride). There 
will be no service on Central Ave. between First St. and 16th St. until 
approximately 5:30 p.m. Monday and there will be no CAT service to The Pier 
until after the parade. In addition to Central Ave., other roads affected on 
the CAT trolley route during the parade include MLK/9th St., Second Ave. N. 
and Bayshore Drive.

City-owned downtown parking facilities, except the MSC garage, will be open 
for public parking to accommodate those wishing to enjoy the parade as well as 
other downtown activities and destinations.

BayWalk Parking Garage (entrance at 117 Second St. N.) will offer the night, 
weekend and holiday rate of only $1 for four hours ($1 for each additional 
hour or part thereof; $6 maximum); while other facilities including the 
SouthCore Parking Garage (entrance at 101 First Ave. S.) offer normal rates 
including $1 per hour, also with a $6 maximum. The Al Lang Parking Lot, 
(southeast corner of First St. & First Ave. S.) offers a $4 flat rate for 
all-day; and The Pier lots offer a $3 flat rate for all-day parking.

For additional parking information, visit 
http://www.stpete.org/parking/index.asp; a downtown parking and transportation 
map is available online at www.discoverdowntown.com or 
www.discoverdowntown.com/public/looper/DT-StPeteMap-Looper.pdf

Wengay Newton at today's Dr. Martin Luther King parade.

Newt gives a friendly greeting, and beads for the kids.
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Saturday at 1pm




Wednesday, January 01, 2014

Christmas in Roser Park

The uniquely beautiful Booker Creek ravine in the Roser Park Historic District.



Photo by Kai Warren

Sunday, December 01, 2013



Merry Christmas to all!


Saturday, November 30, 2013

Planning a cleanup


The neighborhood association is planning to cleanup of our pedestrian/bike path on a few Saturdays.
A celebration will follow.





The path connects 13th Avenue South at 7th Street and  11 Avenue South at 6th Street.

Please contact us if you can volunteer a few hours on a Saturday morning.

Bartlett Park Community Resource Center
642 22nd Avenue South, 33705
727-826-9774








Looking south from 12th Ave toward 13th.





Do you have any ideas for landscaping?



Home of the late Joseph Savage on the left. A heroic leader of our city and good friend and neighbor.


The Northern section has just been improved with hexblocks and planters.








Decorated for community event.




The Pinellas Trail should connect to our neighborhood. There will be many more people who want to walk and bike.