Belleair Shore is a community of private homes on the eastern shore of the Gulf of Mexico.  The Town lies four miles directly south of the City of Clearwater Beach and one mile west of the City of Belleair Bluffs.  Numerous entertainment, dining and medical facilities are nearby.  Residents of Belleair Shore enjoy an unobstructed view of the western sky from their private beach.  (Private property line extends westward to the high water mark in the sand.)

The Town Government consists of a Mayor and four Commissioners who serve two year terms and are elected by the town’s residents.  The Mayor and Commissioners recognize their responsibility to the founders of the town and jealously guard the single family zoning regulations specified in the charter and ordinances.  Commercial  and multi-family high rise buildings are prohibited and set-back and height limitations are designed to protect the continuity of the area.

The Town’s Governors are committed to maintaining an environment of stability and consistency to enhance the natural beauty and ambiance of the town for the continued enjoyment of its residents.


Virtual Commission Meetings

The Town of Belleair Shore will be using Zoom to hold interactive virtual meetings for any upcoming Commission meetings or other public hearings. This format will continue throughout our response to COVID-19.

The next VIRTUAL Commission meeting will be on Tuesday, May 19 2020 at 6:00 pm.

Virtual Town Meeting – Tuesday, May 19, 2020
To join the meeting:
Meeting ID: 864 442 8725
Password: SRQ FAWL
+16468769923 US (New York)

**Please note:  Please contact the Town Clerk prior to the meeting for accommodations to be included to attend the meeting –**.

Executive Order Allowing for Virtual Meetings

On March 20, 2020, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis adopted Executive Order 20-69 allowing for municipal governments to hold virtual meetings during the state of emergency issued in response to Novel COVID-19.  Specifically, the Executive Order includes the following:

Section 1. I hereby suspend any Florida Statute that requires a quorum to be present in person or requires a local government body to meet at a specific public place.

Section 2. Local government bodies may utilize communications media technology, such as telephonic and video conferencing, as provided in section 120.54(5)(b)2., Florida Statutes.