No Bones About It!
St. Petersburg, incorporated as a city in June of 1903,is home to more than 100 neighborhoods, with Fossil Park as one of those neighborhoods. Fossil Park gets its name from the large amount of Indian artifacts and fossils found on the property. The Fossil Park Neighborhood includes 62nd Ave N. to 77th Ave. N., and from 4th St. N to 9th St. N. The Fossil Park Neighborhood association is part of the CONA or Council of Neighborhood Associations
Fossil Park Fire Station
Also known for their annual Haunted Fire House in October. Admission is free and both Fossil Park and Meadowlawn Associations contribute to pass out candy to kids of all ages.
Willis S. Johns Recreation Center
12,500 square foot center that houses a large selection of classes, a 6,700 square foot gymnasium with a full court basketball court, and 2 studio rooms that can be rented by the general public.
Fossil Park Library
Services Include, wireless internet service, talking book library, which is a free service provided to residents of all ages who are unable to read standard print, library card registration, homebound program, and more!