Thank you to all who attended the Workshop at City Hall on Thursday, February 27, 2014 at 7:00 pm, to discuss the possible Zoning and Future Land Use changes to the Frank J. Hill Fire Station property. You can listen to the meeting audio here.
The next City Commission meeting will be held on
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 7:30 pm at City Hall.
The public is invited to attend.
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At present, our web site is still being developed. We are making an effort to present you with more information about our city and what it offers as soon as possible. At this point we can provide you with information regarding City Hall and various services available. The emphasis of our site is on providing information to our current residents. Check this site later, please.
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Phase II Water Shortage:
Extended through July 3, 2014, Phase II water restrictions are in effect:
- Phase II water shortage restrictions are effective Dec. 26, 2013.
- The restrictions affect Pasco, Pinellas and Hillsborough counties.
Lawn Watering Schedule and Times
- Lawn watering is limited to a once-per-week schedule through March 1, 2014. Lawn watering will return to a twice-per-week schedule unless the District’s Governing Board takes further action. The following is a schedule and summary of the restrictions unless your city or county has a different once-per-week schedule or more stringent restrictions.
|Addresses with “house numbers” …||May only irrigate on …|
|Ending in 0 or 1
|Ending in 2 or 3
|Ending in 4 or 5
|Ending in 6 or 7
|Ending in 8 or 9
|No address (community common areas, etc.)
- Allowable watering hours are before 8 a.m. or after 6 p.m. Properties less than one acre in size or with fewer than 11 zones can use only one of the watering times.
Landscape Watering Schedule and Times
- Handwatering and micro-irrigation of plants (other than lawns) can be done on any day at any time, if needed.
New Lawns & Plants
- New lawns and plants have a 60-day establishment period. On days 1-30, they may be watered any day of the week. During days 31-60, they may be watered approximately every other day. Even-numbered addresses may water on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Odd-numbered addresses may be watered on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
- Reclaimed water remains subject to voluntary watering hours, unless blended with another water source or restricted by the local government or utility.
Other Water Uses
- The lawn and landscape of agricultural operations, commercial establishments and industrial facilities are subject to the lawn and landscape restrictions listed in the Water Shortage Order.
- Sprinkler-like devices used on a lawn for recreational purposes shall be limited to the lawn and landscape restrictions.
Deed Restrictions & Community Standards Enforcement
- Homeowners associations and other entities must suspend any requirement to replace lawns or engage in other activity which increases water use during this water shortage declaration.
Water Utility Responsibilities (Does not apply to water utilities who are allowed to withdraw less than 100,000 gallons per day)
- Provide a monthly enforcement report.
- Continue implementing customer messaging and other water conservation efforts.
2009 Parsons Report
In November of 2009, a study was published by Parsons. It is entitled "San Antonio Watershed (L455-13) Stormwater Inventory & Floodplain BMP". It is a summary of a larger Water Management Plan. According to the study:
A Watershed Management Plan includes five major elements: Digital Topographic Information, Watershed Evaluation, Watershed Management Plan, Implementation of Best Management Practices (BMP), and Data Management of Watershed Parameters and Modeling Updates. This WMP was developed in accordance with the Southwest Florida Water Management District's Watershed Management Guidelines and Specifications (August 2002) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Guidelines and Specifications for Flood Hazard Mapping Partners.Due to project budgetary constraints, this document is a summary of the findings of the WMP for the City of San Antonio study and has been tailored to meet the specific needs of the City of San Antonio, Florida.
It has been available for viewing at City Hall since its publication. It is now available online. Due to its size, it has been stored on Dropbox.com. If you click on the link, you will be taken there. You can then click on the Download button, which will allow you to download it to your computer or open it with any PDF reader: