Clearwater Beach Florida | Protecting our Top Beaches


Clean Beaches Council
is a not-for-profit organization that has been around since 1998 pioneering America’s first environmental certification program for our beach – the Blue Wave Campaign.

The Blue Wave Campaign’s goal is to promote public awareness and a community partnership that involves a voluntary pledge and voluntary participation towards taking care of our beach along with responsible beach management.

In Tampa Bay Florida and especially on Clearwater Beach, tourism is our major industry and plays a vital role to our local economy. We’re not alone, the Clean Beaches Council explains that our United States beaches and coastal areas “offer unique recreation, support maritime commerce and provide jobs for coastal communities.   In fact, beach tourism contributes over $640 billion annually to the US Economy (85% of all tourist revenue)”
In the last 10 years there have been over 20,000 health advisories issued relating to water quality in the United States and here in the Tampa Bay area we are only too familiar with the additional impacts of storms and new construction on Pinellas County beach erosion.  Every year miles of beaches are lost to beach erosion.

We’ve loved living on our beautiful Pinellas Gulf beaches and we’ve also seen many changes over the last 18 years. With more properties on the beaches and more people visiting our beaches it takes even more effort to ensure that we embrace “low impact” living and work to ensure sustainable beaches.

I believe now is the time to commit to working together: Pinellas County government + Our Beach Communities + National Parks + Residents + Tourist to preserve our local economy and more importantly for our kids – YOU and the Blue Wave Campaign can help!  In other articles we detailed the:

  • Info on the Pinellas Beaches that earned the Blue Wave Designation;
  • 7 things YOU can do to Keep Clearwater’s Beaches the Best in America

Clearwater Beach Real Estate

Are you looking to buy a Clearwater Florida Home or Clearwater Condo? Here’s what some of our past clients have to say about how we helped them….

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Buyers tell us that selecting a Clearwater Beach Real Estate Agent, especially online or from a distance, can be a challenge. Some of our past clients agreed to share their experiences and tell you why they think you should work with us.

Click on the photos below and meet some of our clients and now friends…we’d love to be YOUR choice too!

 

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2 Comments

  1. Cyndee, I had no idea beach tourism contributes that much to the U.S economy. I enjoy reading about your area beaches and can’t wait to visit them one day.

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