|City Seeks Input on E. Orange St. Improvements The City is planning road improvements to Orange Street from Alt. 19 to N. Ring Ave. and is seeking public input. Enhancements can include maximizing parking, providing streetscape components, evaluating pedestrian safety and lighting, rebricking/repaving, and underground utility improvements. Go to Connect Tarpon Springs to learn about the project, take a short poll, and provide your thoughts.
|SPC Promise Scholarship Offers Free Tuition, Fees Current Tarpon Springs High School students can earn a college degree at no cost thanks to St. Petersburg College. The SPC Promise Scholarship is being offered to 2023 graduates of Tarpon Springs, as well as Lakewood, Pinellas Park, Clearwater, and Northeast High Schools. The pilot program will cover all tuition and fees for an Associate in Arts or Science degree.
|Leasing Underway at Manatee Village Shopping Center Renovations are nearing completion in transforming Manatee Plaza into a sleek and modern shopping center at 713-1081 S. Pinellas Ave. The owners are undergoing new tenant recruitment, offering leasing opportunities for divisible space of 1,200 sq. ft. to contiguous space of 46,000 sq. ft. The plaza is located along the Pinellas Trail at the busy intersection of Meres Blvd. and Alt. 19. Click here for more information.
|Keys Jam Rock Grill Serves Up Jamaican Classics A new Caribbean restaurant, Keys Jam-Rock Grill, has opened in the Olympic Plaza on US 19 offering authentic Jamaican specialties for dine in or carryout. Owner and Chef Keydie Brown opened the restaurant in late April, after years of working in the industry and as a personal chef. Keys Jam-Rock Grill offers classics from jerk chicken to oxtail stew and escovitch fish.
|Welcome New Business: Tarpon Social Club A new coffee shop and gathering place has opened at 501 N. Pinellas Ave. Tarpon Social Club has opened in the space formerly housed by Eco-Bean, and offers a relaxed atmosphere with coffees, Greek specialties, pastries, and small lunch bites. This is a second business for owners Artemis and Brian Stephens; Artemis also owns Petra Collective at 101 W. Court St.
|Tarpon Springs May Events and FestivalsEnjoy shows and performances with TarponArts, and enjoy these city festivals and events:Sunset Beach Concert, Thursday, May 4First Friday, Friday, May 5Second Saturday Market, Saturday, May 13Sunset Beach Clean-Up, Saturday, May 13Wine Walk, Saturday, May 13Sunset Beach Movie Night, May 20Visit ExploreTarponSprings.com for citywide events and tourism information.
|Available Properties Click below for current listings of available commercial properties in the city. Properties for Lease Properties for Sale