Tarpon Springs has weathered the storm. Business disaster recovery resources are available, and crews continue the clean up effort. This month brings a plethora of events and activities to show that Tarpon Springs is “Back in Business.” Have a comment? Send an e-mail.
Acme Sponge and Chamois Sells Chamois Company to Midwest Manufacturer
The City’s fiscal year 2018 budget begins on Oct. 1. Thanks to an 8% increase in property revenues, the $56 million balanced budget maintains a tax rate of 5.42, provides for infrastructure projects, public safety personnel, sewer and water improvements, exterior renovation of the Cultural Center, and more. Click here for the Budget Executive Summary.
New Restaurants, Retail Coming to Former Office Depot Site
Get ready for Burger King, Tijuana Flats, Firehouse Subs, Sports Clips, and more as the former Office Depot on US 19 undergoes redevelopment into a retail center. The project is under construction with an anticipated completion in early 2018. The photo above shows the demolition of the rear of the building underway.
Jersey Mike’s will be opening in mid-October in the Publix shopping center outlot just north of Arby’s. Jersey Mike’s Subs began in 1956 in Point Pleasant, New Jersey, and has 1,500 stores nationwide.
Please check out the City’s website for more information and resources. For social media users, please “like” our facebook and Linked In pages; check out our You Tube channel, and follow us on Twitter. Thank you for your interest in the City of Tarpon Springs.