Integrate ‘St. Pete Stat’ into every city department to ensure performance isn’t just being measured, but managed.
Continue to enhance and spur economic development on 22nd Street S, from the Warehouse Arts District to Tangerine Plaza, to create not just a destination but a renewed sense of place and purpose for the adjacent neighborhoods.
Add more recreational and entertainment amenities to South St. Pete. Florida’s largest skate park is currently being constructed at Campbell Park.
Expand on the City of St. Petersburg’s current service-learning initiative, which is helping to integrate community service and partnerships with local colleges into the curriculum of our high schools.
Purchase more green space. Since Mayor Kriseman took office, nearly 50 acres of green space has been purchased or preserved. In 2015, land adjacent to Boyd Hill Nature Preserve was purchased to prevent townhomes from being built and adversely impacting the environment and the neighborhood.
Continue work to create a culture of health.The ‘Healthy St. Pete’ initiative aims to help residents eat, shop and play healthy and change health outcomes for St. Pete. The initiative led St. Pete to become the 1st Florida city with a Healthy Procurement Policy.
Continue to build a city where LGBTQ residents and visitors feel welcome, supported, and safe from harm.
Make parking easier in our downtown through technology and additional spaces and garages.
Redevelop the Tropicana Field site, with or without a new stadium, in order to bring targeted jobs, housing (including affordable or workforce housing), and hotel or convention space to St. Petersburg.
Complete the rebranding of the Warehouse Arts District and accelerate the continuing development of the Innovation District.
Implement the goals and strategies of Grow Smarter, the community-wide economic development plan.
Complete the West Central Avenue Redevelopment Plan.
Advocate and strategize to ensure St. Pete remains affordable in housing, commerce and other quality of life indicators.
Partner with the Pinellas County School Board to advance individual educational opportunities and improve St. Pete’s schools.