St. Petersburg is fortunate to have a year-round outdoor climate and the parks, facilties and programs to support a healthy lifestyle. In the Sunshine City, enjoy quality recreation centers that offer hundreds of classes, athletic leagues, swimming pools, gymnasiums, outdoor fitness centers, one of the largest network of off-road bicycle and walking trails in the southeaast, 2,500 acres of parkland, including one of the largest downtown waterfront park networks in North America, canoe and kayak trails, beaches and more. St. Petersburg has the physical attributes as well as the infrastructure in place to be fitness-focused health city right here!

People playing golf

Community Resource Directory

Find information on nonprofit organizations, community and business programs dedicated to improving the health of our citizens.

2-1-1 Tampa Bay Cares, Inc.

Provides the only free, confidential, multi-lingual, 24-hour dialing code – 2-1-1 – for access to community information, services and resources for the residents of Pinellas.

All Children’s Hospital

Helping children and teens manage their weight and make healthy choices about food and exercise.

Community Health Centers of Pinellas, Inc.

A not-for-profit health care organization, has been providing affordable, quality primary health care services to the residents of Pinellas County for nearly 30 years.

St. Anthony’s Hospital

Memory Care Centers, Diabetes Education Program, Pathways to Hope behavioral health programs.

The Florida Department of Health

Works to protect, promote & improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county, & community efforts.

Suncoast Center, Inc.

Our Mission: Strengthening, protecting and restoring lives for a healthy community. Suncoast Center promotes our mission with services focusing on three core areas, Child Abuse, Behavioral Health, and Family Stability.

Suncoast Health Council

The designated health planning agency for Pinellas and Pasco County. Our mission is to ‘make health happen’ through planning, education and service delivery. Activities include educating local residents about community health needs and resources; assessing HIV/AIDS service; securing free medications for Pinellas residents enrolled in the Pinellas County Health Plan; and providing financial support for the payment of health insurance premiums, co-payments and deductibles for People Living with HIV/AIDS.

City Assets

The City’s Parks and Recreation division consists of 17 recreation facilities, 9 swimming pools, more than 150 parks spanning more than 2,400 acres, 70 athletic fields — which translates into hundreds of programs for all ages and abilities.

Community Assets