Belleair Beach/Belleair Shores
Belleair Beach maintains a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere providing all the advantages of waterfront living and the charm of an old-fashioned neighborhood. Belleair Beach’s residents are proud to have preserved one of the last strictly residential beach communities in Pinellas County. According to the US 2010 census, Belleair Beach’s population is 1560.
The City of Belleair Beach is located in the west center portion of a tri-county metropolitan area. The City of Belleair Beach, chartered in 1950, is an upscale residential community located in west-central Pinellas County. This lovely town is situated on a barrier island and serves as the home to a variety of families including those with children, empty-nesters, retirees, and seasonal residents.
Within a short distance, residents and visitors can enjoy world class shopping, professional sporting events, dining, entertainment, and easy access to several international air & sea ports.
The City’s 4,500 feet of white sandy beach may be accessed through the City’s four (4) beach accesses, and three (3) resident-only beach parking areas, and Morgan Park. Boaters enjoy the City’s 7th Street Park Boat Ramp and the Municipal Marina. For those seeking park experiences, the City maintains eleven public parks including Morgan Park, Bayside Park, and Crossman Park. The City also maintains two tennis courts and a basketball court near City Hall. At City Hall, you will find our administrative staff is friendly, efficient, effective, informed, and always ready to help.
City Hall operating hours are from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and you can reach the staff at 727.595.4646. City Hall is closed on major holidays.
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