Crossing 580 – Update

“Cautiously positive.”  This is the best phrase to describe the results of the Tallahassee trip, a city staff member reported to Dunedin Goes Carting.  This is a follow-up to our earlier post which reported that a small group of city representatives were traveling up to Tallahassee on February 13, 2019. Their goal was to push…

City Survey

The City of Dunedin management wants to hear from you! The City of Dunedin has posted an online survey to hear your feedback on a number of items that affect you as a resident. There are several very important topics covered, however nothing specific to traffic coordination or Golf Carts. Please be sure to participate…

Crossing Skinner / 580

Our latest post under the category “What’s the status of…?” is the topic of a legal golf cart crossing of Skinner / 580. You may remember from a previous post that many residents in Dunedin Goes Carting worked with City staff in several Golf Cart Task Force meetings during the mid to late portion of 2018.…

Recognition of Anna Hamilton Fields

Last evening the leaders of our City recognized Mrs. Anna Hamilton Fields for her extraordinary work, commitment, and artistry she has given to our city.  If you have spent any time walking the streets of our downtown core, you no doubt ran into murals of dogs, cats, and other special animals along with the tag…

What’s the status of… ?

This brand new section is the most requested item from residents regardless of whether they drive golf carts or not. Market analysts reported in 2018 that many social media platforms were on a steady decline in America, with an increasing number of Americans choosing “social media sabbaticals” which often disconnect them from important announcements. Such…

Warnings have ended

The period of warnings has ended, says the Pinellas County Sheriff’s office. Yesterday, the city’s planning staff reached out to Dunedin Goes Carting asking if we would help publicize some information to our cart-driving community members. On Thursday, January 24, 2019, Deputy Fallahee presented a traffic summary to the city’s traffic and planning division. I’m…

The Final Stretch

Heading into 2019, and with our 8th annual Christmas golf cart parades behind us, we can return to the real reason our group exists …supporting, improving, and expanding the fun and safe use of street-legal golf carts in the City of Dunedin. The BIG celebration is just around the corner! During 2018 many residents and…

Happiness on Victoria Dr.

Our group continues to receive messages from both home owners and cart drivers alike regarding Victoria Dr. Most of these messages are framed politely, but they still include requests to ask for patience on part of everyone using this road.  We know the road is only one car space wide through a large part of…

Forth Task Force Meeting

 Our fourth workshop with City Staff was competed last evening. The planned topic was to include safety and compliance. This was certainly a prominent segment of the discussion, however the workshop also included a summary from Mr. Rice outlining the progress of the initiatives so far.  We were also told of the decision which the Dunedin Parks &…

Third Task Force Meeting

 Last night the Dunedin Goes Carting co-chairs continued to represent the interests expressed by residents who participated in the public golf cart meeting in late 2017. This workshop-meeting focused solely on concerns brought forth by the County Parks and Recreation Department and ultimately focused on one area – the south access to Highlander Park. As you can imagine…