We install fences and repair fences in areas throughout South Pinellas County. Areas include: Saint Petersburg, Bay Pines, Pinellas Park, Seminole, St Pete Beach, Lealman, Kenneth City, Gulfport, Pasadena, Madeira Beach, Treasure Island, Tierra Verde.
After the end of the Second World War. South Pinellas would enter another period of rapid growth and development. In 1954 the original span of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge was opened. Which took the place of earlier ferry service. By 1957 Clearwater was America’s fastest growing city.
The Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council was founded by the late mayor of St. Petersburg, Herman Goldner. He sought without success during the 1960s to consolidate various municipalities and unincorporated areas in south Pinellas County. Each year the council presents its Herman Goldner Award for Regional Leadership.
Tragedy struck on May 9, 1980, when the southbound span of the original Sunshine Skyway Bridge was struck by the freighter MV Summit Venture during a storm. This sent over 1,200 feet (370 m) of the bridge plummeting into Tampa Bay. The collision caused ten cars and a Greyhound bus to fall 150 feet (46 m) into the water, killing 35 people. The new bridge opened in 1987 and has since been listed as #3 of the “Top 10 Bridges” in the World by the Travel Channel.
The county operates a 21-acre (8.5 ha) living history museum called Heritage Village. Which contains more than 28 historic structures. Some dating back to the 19th century, where visitors can experience what life was once like in Pinellas.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 608 square miles (1,570 km2). Including 274 square miles (710 km2) of land and 334 square miles (870 km2) (55.0%) of water. Therefore it is the second-smallest county in Florida by land area. In other words, larger than only Union County. Pinellas forms a peninsula bounded on the west by the Gulf of Mexico and on the south and east by Tampa Bay. It is 38 miles (61 km) long and 15 miles (24 km) wide at its broadest point, with 587 miles (945 km) of coastline.
Pinellas County celebrated 100 years of existence on January 1, 2012.