Saints Golf Course Update

The Saints Golf Course has been partially closed since May 1st of this year to carry out essential drainage work. XGD Systems, LLC, a construction company, has been working on the drainage project and is now in the final stages of the work.

All Hazards Presentation

SBC wishes to thank Cathryn Skully and her team from PSL’s Office of Emergency Management  for her interesting and informative presentation Monday night.

Here are the links that Cathryn discussed, as well as a feedback link.

SCAM ALERT!

Several residents have contacted St. Lucie County stating that an individual claiming to be a building inspector is knocking on doors asking to check air conditioning units. He knocks on the front door, shows what appears to resemble a “county badge,” and asks for a serial number and access to the rear of their property. This is NOT a county building inspector. If someone knocks on your door in the evening stating they are a county building official or inspector, please call 911 to immediately to report this issue.

Some Helpful Info Regarding City Council Meetings

It’s important that residents have a reasonable understanding of how our city works. But not everyone has time to attend City Council meetings, or even watch them on TV.

Making your voice heard is even more daunting.

Luckily, the city gives you the opportunity to make your voice heard, at least among City Council members. If you see and agenda item that you feel strongly about, you can add your comments to the record here:

City Council Meeting

Monday, September 11, 2023 at 6:30 PM EDT

Council Chambers, City Hall

They will cover a lot in this meeting. Specific items of interest include:

11c – Resolution 23-R100, Public Hearing, A Resolution of the City of Port St. Lucie, Florida, Relating to the Collection and Disposal of Solid Waste within the City of Port St. Lucie; Re-Imposing Solid Waste Service Assessments Against Assessed Property Located within Port St. Lucie, Florida, for the Fiscal Year Beginning October 1, 2023; Approving the Rate of Assessment; Approving the Assessment Roll; Providing for Conflict; Providing for Severability; and Providing an Effective Date.

11 d – Resolution 23-R101, Public Hearing, A Resolution of the City of Port St. Lucie, Florida, Adopting the Non-Ad Valorem Assessment Roll for Stormwater Utility User Fees; Specifying the Unit of Measurement for the Assessment; Approving the Rate of the Assessment; Providing for Conflict; Providing for Severability; and Providing an Effective Date.

Sandpiper Bay Community Patrol

Sandpiper Bay Neighbor Magazine to Feature Community Patrol

We’re proud to report that Sandpiper Bay Neighbor Magazine will feature an article on our Community Patrol. It’s important that more residents get to know what Community Patrol does and understands the value it brings to our community. In addition, its our hope that residents will consider volunteering.

Waste and Other Utility Rates to Rise

City Council Meets to Discuss Proposed Rate Increases

At a Special City Council Meeting on July 24, City Council members listened to the reasons behind these rate increases. We’ll summarize for you here. Please see the accompanying pdf for more details.

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Meeting with Neighborhood Services 6-20-23

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Update: Sandpiper Bay Park on Westmoreland

Good news! The picnic tables have arrived at our Sandpiper Bay Westmoreland Park.  They were installed on the original concrete pads of the old tables, which were removed.   Our two new picnic tables are made from recycled plastic lumber and they sit under the trees for shade.  Thank you to the City of Port St. Lucie Parks and Recreation Assistant Director Brad Keen and his team for providing these tables to our lovely natural park.

A big thank you to Barry Lee for working with Board Member Robin Montcerisier on the park improvement plan.  We look forward to continuing future  improvements and additions for our Sandpiper Bay residents to enjoy.

We now have three picnic tables and two benches.  Be sure to come by and take a walk through the park and enjoy the views on Howard Creek!

Yard Waste Survey Results

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