About South Pasadena


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Incorporated on July 1, 1955, the City of South
Pasadena occupies 0.6 square mile on the west coast of central Florida.  It shares boundaries with St. Petersburg, Gulfport, and St. Pete Beach, as well as unincorporated areas of the Pinellas County.  South Pasadena's population is approximately 5,000. 

The City of South Pasadena enjoys a semi-tropical climate, plenty of sunshine each year and pleasant year-round breezes off the water.  Whether you're taking a stroll through a scenic waterfront park or grabbing a bite to eat at one of the local restaurants, South Pasadena is sure to charm you. 

Form of Government 

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The City of South Pasadena has the Commission form of government.  Five Commission members are elected from the city at large, one of whom is elected as Mayor, each for three year terms.  Municipal elections are held on the second Tuesday in March of each year.

  


Commission Meetings

All meetings are held at:

City Hall
Commission Chambers
7047 Sunset Drive South
South Pasadena, FL 33707


• Agenda Meeting
  9:00 am
  First Tuesday of the month
  (followed by Administrative Workshop)

•  Administrative Workshop
   9:00 am
   First and third Tuesday of the month

•  Regular Commission Meeting
    7:00 pm    
    Second Tuesday of the month


All Commission meetings are broadcast live on Bright House Cable Channel 643.  Meetings are rebroadcast the following Wednesday and Monday at 11:00 a.m.  Administrative Workshop Meetings may be canceled without public notice.  Items identified for discussion are also subject to change.  Please contact City Hall for confirmation prior to each meeting.  If necessary, a second Regular Commission Meeting can be scheduled the fourth Tuesday of month at 7:00 pm.