|River Wild Kayaking Latest Entry into Eco Tourism|
One of the city’s newest businesses expands on the recreational and eco tourism opportunities for area residents. River Wild Kayaking offers educated, intimate, guided tours exploring the fauna and flora on the Anclote river. Partnering with Nature’s Classroom Institute, the tours provide a fun and educational experience enjoying the beauty of the Anclote. River Wild is located at 1060 N. Pinellas Ave.
|Welcome New Business: Little Beach Babes Boutique|
Add a children’s clothing store to the many diverse shops of Downtown Tarpon Springs. Little Beach Babes Boutique opened in June at 155 E. Tarpon Ave. The boutique, in a restored historic building, features clothing, swimsuits, accessories, shoes, and toys for babies and young children. Sizes range from premie to 10-12.
|Tampa Bay Times and Suncoast News Best of the Best Congratulations to all the local businesses who were named as Best of the Best by readers of the Tampa Bay Times and Suncoast News newspapers, and to all the nominees. Summer is a great time to visit these stores, boutiques, restaurants, cafes, breweries and distilleries and check out all the amazing places that are right here in Tarpon Springs.|
|City, FDOT Partner on Safety Improvements to Tarpon Ave. The City has obtained a $750,000 grant to complete safety improvements and upgrade to East Tarpon Avenue between Huey and US-19. The improvements include better signalization, clearer lane striping, wider turn lanes and safer pedestrian crossings. The project will begin this summer with utility work, and the roadway improvements are expected to begin early next year. Click here for the construction drawings.|
|Keep Current on City Projects at Connect TarponSprings.com Many visible projects are underway in the City, including the renovation of the Manatee Plaza Shopping Center, the upcoming Anclote River Dredge, a proposed hotel near the Sponge Docks, new subdivisions, and more. All these projects and more are located on ConnectTarponSprings where one can keep up to date with progress, express thoughts, and be an active participant in city happenings.|
|Tarpon Springs July Events and Festivals Enjoy shows and performances with TarponArts, and enjoy these city festivals and events:First Friday, Friday, July 1Patriotic Picnic in the Park and Fireworks, Monday, July 4. Fireworks at dusk; best watched from Howard Park.Sunset Beach Concert, Thursday, July 7Second Saturday Market, Saturday, July 9Sunset Beach Cleanup, Saturday, July 27Wine Walk, Saturday, July 23Visit ExploreTarponSprings.com for events and tourism information.|
|Available Properties Click below for current listings of available commercial properties in the city.Properties for Lease|
Properties for Sale
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