This charming Palm Harbor deed restricted community has villa style homes featuring 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms with vaulted ceilings, garages, screened lanais, private backyards, and a serene community pool. Built in the 1980's these are ideal starter, vacation, or retiree's low maintenance homes. The location gives residents ease to nearby shopping, restaurants, beaches, airports, great schools, parks, bike trails, and an easy commute to Tampa or St Pete for sporting and cultural events. Make Cloverplace your place to come home to.

MEETING CHANGE of location: Coral Oaks is the new location. Instead of going left on Tampa Road, go right, and Coral Oaks is on the left. Tuesday 10/17 - 7:00pm - Coral Oaks - 900 W. Lake Blvd. Sign in at the front desk and take the elevator to the 2nd floor - go left off the elevator to the end of the hall. It's a beautiful room.


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Curbside hurricane debris pickup for residents in unincorporated areas

As Pinellas County Public Works crews finish clearing storm debris from roads, a second phase of recovery will soon begin to collect residential storm debris in unincorporated Pinellas.


Residents should place their debris in sorted piles at the public right-of-way for curbside collection by debris crews.


Debris will be collected and taken to a temporary storage site to ultimately be recycled or disposed of.


These are the specific items that can be moved to the curbside for collection:

Construction and demolition debris includes

building material including roof shingles and siding, drywall, lumber, carpet, furniture, and plumbing.


Vegetation Debris

* Fallen tree branches and logs


Residents are asked to take the following steps to make the debris removal process easier:



Municipal residents can contact their municipality about the availability of debris pickup in their area.  For more information, contact Pinellas County Public Works at (727) 464-8900, or visit www.pinellascounty.org/publicworks.