The Beach is our Business. We advocate for our legislative priorities at each level of government to create a thriving environment on the Tampa Bay Beaches.
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We represent the interests of businesses from 13 beach communities across Pinellas County. From Clearwater Beach and Sand Key in the north to St. Pete Beach and Pass-A-Grille in the south.
All the information you want to know about our municipalities is right here for you, from elected officials and city commission meetings, to statistics and helpful community resources.
We work at the local, county, state and federal level to be a political player, a community leader and to strengthen our businesses. You can also become an advocate! In order to truly serve the people they were elected to represent, elected officials need to hear from their constituents about important issues affecting their lives.
- Visit their office
- Send an email
- Make a phone call
- Write a letter to the editor
- Social media – Twitter, Facebook, etc.
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Business Site Improvement Grant Program
What is it?
The Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce partnered with the City of St. Pete Beach to bring Business Site Improvement Grants to the businesses of St. Pete Beach. Strong local businesses help create a strong local community. With its new Business Site Improvement Program (BSIP), the City of St. Pete Beach will encourage private investment in local businesses and improve commercial areas. This program will help local businesses meet and exceed local codes. Applications are closed for 2023.