Week of March 10 - 16
Meet Heather from Hope Grove
In honor of Women's History Month, meet Heather Miniello, owner of Hope Grove. Hope Grove is an inclusive, community-based non-profit that supports mental health and small business growth through programs and co-work space.
A Successful SHREDFEST!
The 2022 Achieva SHREDFEST was a great success! Over 22 tons of documents were collected and shredded and the vehicle count for attendees was over 1000. The City of Dunedin and Achieva Credit Union are thankful for the time and work the Dunedin High School NJROTC students committed to this event.
John R. Lawrence Pioneer Park Project with Suzi K. Edwards
Suzi K. Edwards is an accomplished mosaic artist with works across the United States ranging from private to public applications up to $100,000.00. Suzi developed the theme “Below the Wall”, a concept depicted in the mosaic murals installed on the knee walls show a variety of Dunedin-centric images -- people and activities from "the knees down" -- a ball player sliding into base, the legs of beach goers walking on sand, the kilt, shoes and socks of a Scottish lass and lad, and more. The colorful images were hand crafted, designed, painted, and kiln fired tiles made by Suzi in her studio. The field tiles used are a mix of colorful 1” tiles.

The mosaic public art application is now complete in Pioneer Park, with an artist recognition scheduled for March 10 at 3 p.m. Be sure to stop by and see these new pieces of Dunedin’s Public Art Collection.
Spring Break Camp: March 14 - 21

Have you registered your child yet for Spring Break Camp? Camp is for PreK-5th Graders and will be held weekdays, Monday-Monday, March 14-21 from 9am-5pm at MLK, Jr. Recreation Center. Register by March 11 and receive a $20 discount.
Senior Hall of Fame - Call for Nominations

Nominate a Dunedin resident for this year’s Senior Hall of Fame. Nominees must be 75 years or older, reside in Dunedin for 10+ years, and have donated their time and abilities to serving the community. The deadline to submit your nomination is Friday, March 25.
Pinellas Trail/Skinner Blvd
A new traffic signal is currently being constructed at the intersection of Skinner Boulevard and the Pinellas Trail. The signal will work in coordination with the light at Broadway, the intersection west of the Pinellas Trail.

Vehicles and trail users may only enter the intersection with the appropriate indication.
Dunedin Celebrates FL Bike Month
Dunedin is celebrating Florida Bike Month with a fun and educational event in collaboration with FDOT, Forward Pinellas, Pinellas County, and Bike/Walk Tampa Bay.
We will be located next to Eli’s Bar-B-Que, off the trail. Say hi and get some delicious food and cool merch while learning bike safety from our experts. Pinellas County Sheriff's Office will be giving away children's helmets while supplies last.
No Grease Down the Drain
Pouring cooking fats, oils, and greases down the drain can cause severe and expensive pipe blockages. Grease poured down the drain causes costly plumbing problems, resulting in sewer backups, blockages, and sewer overflows. You can reuse the grease or place it in a container in a plastic bag and dispose of it in your garbage can.
UPCOMING MEETINGS
Historic Preservation Advisory Committee: Thursday, Mar. 10 at 4 p.m.
City Commission Regular Meeting: Thursday, Mar. 10 at 6 p.m.
Hammock Advisory Committee: Monday, Mar. 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Social Services Committee: Tuesday, Mar. 15 at 5:30 p.m.
Development Review Committee: Wednesday, Mar. 16 at 9 a.m.
Board of Adjustment & Appeal: Wednesday, Mar. 16 at 3 p.m.
Board of Finance: Wednesday, Mar. 16 at 3:30 p.m.
Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee: Wednesday, Mar. 16 at 4 p.m.


*Please note meetings are subject to change.
City of Dunedin Commission
City of Dunedin
542 Main Street
Dunedin, FL 34698
Tel: 727-298-3001
connect@dunedinfl.net