City officials dedicate $9.1 million to health and equity

Nov 4, 2022

Two weeks after it allocated nearly $24 million to affordable housing projects, the St. Petersburg City Council distributed another $9.1 million to create social service hubs and address the city’s food deserts.

The money stems from $45 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding St. Petersburg received last year. Council members approved allocating the bulk of the health and social equity allotment – $8.58 million – to the Pinellas Community Foundation (PCF) during its Thursday meeting.


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