The City of New Port Richey is proud to announce that the Florida League of Cities recently recognized Mayor Rob Marlowe with a 2018 Home Rule Hero Award.
The recount for the 2018 Municipal Election has been completed by the Pasco County Canvassing Board and the unofficial results remained unchanged.
City Council will meet on Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers
City Council will meet as the Board of Directors for the City's Community Redevelopment Agency at the conclusion of the regularly scheduled Council meeting on Tuesday, May 1st.
City Council will meet for a work session on Tuesday, May 8th* at 5:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers.
*subject to change
In the United States, most cases of rabies occur in wild animals— raccoons, bats, dogs. However, in recent years cats have become the most common domestic animal infected with rabies.
The City of New Port Richey is proud to announce the installation of an electric vehicle ChargePoint station at the Recreation & Aquatic Center located at 6630 Van Buren Street.
There are openings available on the City's Cultural Affairs Committee and Library Advisory Board.
All requets to reschedule a RLC ticket hearing must be in writing and received no later than four days prior to the hearing date.
Bricks may be purchased for $50.00 and will be placed around the walk at Orange Lake. Fill out the Veteran’s Lane Brick Order Form - turnaround time will take approximately 4-6 weeks to be ordered, received and installed.
Residents are encouraged to report illegal dumping to Code Enforcement at (727) 841-4550. If the information provided leads to conviction, you may be eligible to receive an incentive reward up to one hundred dollars ($100.00).
To celebrate what everyone loves about New Port Richey, the City is launching a spirit and pride campaign. Now residents, business-owners, students, and others can take ownership in the City and in its future success!