Micromobility is an emerging form of transportation that provides an easy and affordable way for people to move around for short point to point trips and is experiencing rapid growth. Micromobility typically refers to a range of small, lightweight vehicles operating at speeds typically below 20 mph and consists of devices such as e-bikes, electric scooters, electric skateboards, shared bicycles, and electric pedal-assisted bicycles.
No Micromobility devices shall be used on any sidewalk in the City of St. Pete Beach.
Micromobility devices may be ridden in the following areas:
Micromobility devices may not be ridden in the following areas:
All micromobility devices will be restricted to the following maximum speeds:
Micromobility devices should not be left parked in a manner blocking any ingress or egress from any building, parking area, or sidewalk that prevents a walkway of maintaining at least 5 ft. of walkway clearance.
You must be at least 16 years old to use micromobility devices in the City of St. Pete Beach.
In early 2022, the City of St. Pete Beach will begin the process of setting up a micromobility pilot program to bring e-scooters and e-bikes to the city. Please check back for updates!