LIVE HEALTHY

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Living healthy is a community-wide effort. We will examine ordinances and current policies to improve access to health care and nutritious food in our community. We will also educate the community on topics such as chronic disease prevention.


Health In All Policies Banner

Many city departments create policies, make programming decisions, and develop plans and projects that impact our physical, social, and economic environment. Healthy St. Pete is aiming to make the healthy choice the easy choice through healthy public policies that create a supportive environment enabling people to lead healthy lives.
Healthy St. Pete along with our partners, the Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County, City of Pinellas Park, and Pinellas County Government, have joined together on a grant funded by the Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg that focuses on adopting a health framework to planning for projects, programs, and policies. By adopting a Health in All Policies (HiAP) approach, the city recognizes that all departments have a role to play in ensuring everyone has the opportunity to live a long and healthy life. For more information on our Health in All Policies work contact Cassidy Mutnansky at Cassidy.mutnansky@stpete.org.


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The Health360 program offers nutritional education, obesity prevention classes, family cooking experiences, budgeting and financial wellness learning opportunities. Classes are offered in 6-7 week sessions at Campbell Park Recreation Center located at 601 14th St. S. All classes are FREE and many offer a weekly “Veggie Voucher” for redemption with our on-site fresh produce vendor! Find a class now!

Community Resource Bus

The Community Resource Bus rotates monthly throughout the city and brings valuable health and safety information to your neighborhood. The bus offers various free health screenings; provides information on housing, immunizations and food pantries; and connects residents to other community organizations and resources. To learn more, volunteer, or find out when the bus will be in your neighborhood, email us or call (727) 892-5994.

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A Pedestrian & Bicycle Friendly City:

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St. Petersburg’s City Trails

St. Petersburg’s City Trails are facilities for non-motorized traffic, primarily bicyclists and pedestrians. They include bicycle lanes, bicycle routes, recreational trails, sidewalks, crosswalks, and other devices that assist people in getting around St. Petersburg without a motor vehicle. Check out our new St. Petersburg Bike Map , the Bike Map depicts shared-use trails and key, developed bicycle routes throughout the city to make it easier for residents and visiting cyclists to navigate St. Petersburg. Get outside and discover new parts of the city, grab a bite to eat, or make your commute to and from work using your own pedal power!

Bicycle Friendly Business Flyer

Bicycle Friendly Business Program

Bicycle Friendly Business Program recognizes employers for their efforts to encourage a more welcoming atmosphere for employees, customers and community members who ride bicycles.

Learn more!

Contact bikebiz@stpete.org to schedule your free consultation or for more information about the program!

LIVE Healthy Blog Articles

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Health Care

Joe Santini

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Awareness!

Joe Santini

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Sleep Wake Cycle

Dr. Israel & Katie Wojnowich

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Press Reset Now

Dr. Israel & Katie Wojnowich

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UV Exposure & Your Eyes

Christina Bruner

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Jazzi’s One Stop Shop

Jasmine Mondy

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