Category Archives: Port Richey

Boogie on the (Port Richey) Bayou

Port Richey’s waterfront district is located along the Gulf of Mexico both north and south of the Pithlachascotee (Cotee) River. It isn’t well marked and doesn’t look like much from U.S. 19, but it houses some really nice businesses owned by determined entrepreneurs that are improving the area with help from the City of Port … Continue reading Boogie on the (Port Richey) Bayou

Two Senior Centers to close temporarily in August

Land O’ Lakes and Galen Wilson centers closing for remodeling The Pasco County Elderly Nutrition Division announces the temporary closing of the Land O’ Lakes Senior Center and the Galen Wilson Senior Center for remodeling projects.  Registered diners are welcome to enjoy meals at an alternate Senior Center during the closures, which will be as … Continue reading Two Senior Centers to close temporarily in August

Holiday Hills building demolition to alleviate flooding

Demolition is part of a larger drainage improvement project The Pasco County Public Works Department will begin demolition on a house at 6312 Hyperion Drive in the Holiday Hills Subdivision on Thursday, June 22, 2017.  The demolition will allow for expansion of a stormwater retention pond and is part of a larger Public Works project … Continue reading Holiday Hills building demolition to alleviate flooding

Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point Awards Ridgewood High School Students $500 in “Battle of the Belts”

Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point announces that it has awarded a $500 prize to the students of Ridgewood High School for the “most improved safety belt use” while driving in the “Battle of the Belts.” “Battle of the Belts” promotes seatbelt use among teens. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for American … Continue reading Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point Awards Ridgewood High School Students $500 in “Battle of the Belts”

‘Navigation Center’ stakeholder meetings to be held in June

Public meetings to discuss plans for homeless resource facility The Pasco County Board of County Commissioners is hosting two public stakeholder meetings to discuss plans for a new homeless ‘Navigation Center’ at 8239 Youth Lane in Port Richey, Florida. The meetings will be held at the West Pasco Government Center Board Room, located at 8731 … Continue reading ‘Navigation Center’ stakeholder meetings to be held in June

Disovering Anclote Island’s Delights

Anclote Key State Preserve is steeped in history. French and Spanish pirates used Anclote Key to launch raids in 1682, according to researchers. There are rumors of buried treasure. The word Anclote is a Spanish word that means anchor. The island is about 180 acres, around 4 miles long, and less than a mile in … Continue reading Disovering Anclote Island’s Delights

Ridge Road Resurfacing Project to begin 2/8

The Ridge Road resurfacing project – from Little Road west to U.S. Highway 19 – will begin on February 8, 2017.  Road crews will be working overnight, Mondays through Sundays, from 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. During those hours, beginning February 8, 2017, there will be single lane closures with variable message boards. Several improvements … Continue reading Ridge Road Resurfacing Project to begin 2/8

Pasco County Public Transportation introduces new Moon Lake Area route

The Pasco County Public Transportation Department (PCPT) is pleased to offer a new bus route serving the Moon Lake area beginning Monday, January 23, 2017.  PCPT purchased two new buses to assist with its route expansion. The new Route 16 will offer bus service to several new areas of West Pasco County.  Buses will run … Continue reading Pasco County Public Transportation introduces new Moon Lake Area route

Pasco County employees volunteer to serve Thanksgiving Dinner

Pasco County employees and their families will serve a Thanksgiving meal to less fortunate Pasco County families on Friday, November 25, 2016.  Families are invited to enjoy the holiday meal at the Knights of Columbus Hall, located at 5850 K of C Drive in Port Richey between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Metropolitan Ministries of … Continue reading Pasco County employees volunteer to serve Thanksgiving Dinner