The New Port Richey Public Library will be going through renovations that will make it one of the nicest in the State of Florida! Check out the renderings below.
The New Port Richey Public Library will be going through a Renovation which will make it one of the nicest in the State of Florida! check out the renderings below.
On International Women's Day, Councilman Mike Peters would like to recognize the contributions his mother-In-law, Jeannine Humphrey made to the City of New Port Richey.
Saturday March 13th @ 9am, Join Councilman Peters at Grand Boulevard Park for coffee, donuts and to gather support to, “Raise the Bridge.”
Pasco County has plans for replacing the bridge structure. However, they’re not going to raise the height to allow for boat traffic.
Don’t forget to #vote for Mike Peters for City Council on April 13th!
March 19th - 21st in Sims Park, Downtown New Port Richey - Chasco Native American Pow Wow!
Don't forget to Vote for Mike Peters for City Council on April 13th!
Councilman Mike Peters explains how you can be a part of the revitalization of the Historic Hacienda Hotel. The "Friends of the Hacienda," have an opportunity for you to purchase a "Personalized Brick" which will be a part of the walkway from the hotel to Sims Park. To learn more or to purchase your Brick visit: https://www.friendsofthehacienda.com/
New Port Richey, Florida – The New Port Richey Public Works Department will convert the existing two-way stop at the crossroads of Indiana Avenue and Congress Street to a four-way stop.
You may notice the message boards on Congress Street both north and south of the intersection notifying drivers of the potential changes. The traffic pattern change will be implemented on Friday, February 26, 2021.
As a reminder Florida Statute 316.123 states: At a four-way stop intersection, the driver of the first vehicle to stop at the intersection shall be the first to proceed. If two or more vehicles reach the four-way stop intersection at the same time, the driver of the vehicle on the left shall yield the right-of-way to the vehicle on the right.
Please see the map for reference. For more information, please contact the Public Works Department at (727) 841-4536.
Here is a link to the Advisory from the City of New Port Richey: http://nixle.us/CJY68
City of New Port Richey - Public Works Department
5919 Main St
New Port Richey, FL 34652
I’M HONORED TO BE PART OF THIS TRULY GROUNDBREAKING DAY FOR THE CITY OF NEW PORT RICHEY. THIS PARKING STRUCTURE IS JUST PART OF A 12 MILLION DOLLAR INVESTMENT INCLUDING KEISER UNIVERSITY . I BELIEVE THAT THE CITY’S CONTRIBUTION WILL PAY US DIVIDENDS BY CREATING ADDITIONAL PRIVATE INVESTMENT NEARBY.--Councilman Peters