PrintEmailRSSFacebookTwitterPinterestYouTube Nixle
NPR News and Announcements
2015 New Port Richey Elections: Incumbents were Unopposed
The April 2015 Municipal Election will not take place. Incumbent candidates Judy DeBella Thomas and Bill Phillips will retain their councilmember seats for an additional 3-year term of office and will be sworn in at the April 21 City Council meeting.
Regular City Council Meeting
7:00 pm on Tuesday, March 3 in City Hall Council Chambers
New Date: Police Pension Board Meeting
5:00 pm on Wednesday, March 4 at the New Port Richey Police Station
Parks and Recreation Board Meeting
7:30 am on Tuesday, March 10 at the Recreation and Aquatic Center
Special Magistrate Hearings
Wednesday, March 11: Traffic Infractions at 9:00 am, and Code Violations at 10:00 am
CINS/FINS Case Staffing
8:30 am on Friday, March 13 in City Hall Council Chambers
March's Cultural Affairs Committee Meeting is Cancelled
The next meeting will be held at 6:30 pm on Monday, April 20 at the Recreation and Aquatic Center
Library Advisory Board Meeting
9:00 am on Tuesday, March 17 at the New Port Richey Library
Regular City Council Meeting
7:00 pm on Tuesday, March 17 in City Hall Council Chambers
Environmental Committee Meeting
6:00 pm on Monday, March 23 in the New Port Richey City Library
Police Pension Board Meeting
5:00 pm on Tuesday, March 24 at the New Port Richey Police Station
Special Magistrate Hearings
Wednesday, March 25: Traffic Infractions at 9:00 am, and Code Violations at 10:00 am
Land Development Review Board Meeting
2:00 pm on Thursday, March 26 in City Hall Council Chambers
Pasco County Recycling Sites Closure
The closest site for New Port Richey residents is now located at the West Pasco Resource Recover, 14606 Hays Road, Spring Hill. Read on...
Friday Night Markets!
Enjoy a weekly market year-round every Friday night at the Market Off Main, featuring local vendors, and benefitting two charitable organizations: Pasco Pet Fest and the Florida Guardian ad Litem Program. Read on...
Tasty Tuesdays!
Organic Market: support local organic growers and purchase fresh locally-sourced produce every Tuesday from 10 am to noon in the library courtyard.
New Port Richey Victim Advocate Program is Seeking Volunteers/Interns
Have you always wanted to help others and make a difference? Here is your opportunity! The Victim Advocate Program offers services to victims of many types of crimes, including domestic violence, sexual violence, child abuse, battery, and assault. Read on...
City Spirit and Pride Campaign!
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! Read on...
Sign Up for Free Nixle Notifications
City residents can receive free notifications of events presently occurring within the City. You may opt-in to receive a text message and/or email. It is customizable to your preferences and your address(es). www.nixle.com
Stay Connected!
Subscribe to Notify Me to receive updates and information about community news and happenings. Read on...

Go To Search