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Commemorating 33rd Anniversary of Achieving Township in 1984.

Don't forget to take advantage of the township discount! Also check us out at Central Park! There are posters made by the different schools reflecting the town's present and past, as well as information outlets of the departments at the San Pedro Town Council offices. Have a question? Well stop on by.

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Come to Central Park and visit the Traffic Dept. booth.

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San Pedro Town Celebrates 33 Years Of Township

Our beautiful town of San Pedro has come a long way, from a quaint fishing village to a booming tourism destination, Today, Monday, November 27, 2017, we celebrate its 33rd year of township. The San Pedro Town Council held a short and informative ceremony at Central Park and in attendance were past mayors and students from various schools on the island.

In his welcome address, Mayor Daniel Guerrero spoke of the islands progress; he reminisced to what San Pedro was back in 1984 when it achieved its town status. He stated that our island has grown tremendously from having one police officer, one high school and one primary school to now having over 5,000 students in various schools throughout the island.

"We have gone from a fishing village to a totally tourism-dependent municipality," stated Mayor Guerrero. "I remember when the furthest hotel up north was Journey's End and now we have more hotel rooms in the island than anywhere in the country. We are the fastest growing municipality with the highest growth rate at 17% per annum." He ended by reminding us to be grateful for our achievements for he sees that the island is on the right path for a better and brighter future.

Click here to read the rest of the article in the Ambergris Today



Happy Township Day San Pedro! Congratulations to everyone who in any way or the other has contributed to the development of this town and island. This town is our bread and butter and we must take care of it and continue nurturing it. Let us share with everyone the importance of keeping our beautiful town clean, safe of crime and violence and filled with love with the people's warmth.



San Pedro Town Celebrates 33 Years Of Township

The town of San Pedro celebrated 33 years of being a municipality on Monday, November 27th. To commemorate the day, The San Pedro Town Council (SPTC) held official ceremonies at the Central Park, featuring informative booths showcasing the different services offered at the SPTC, along with colorful art presentations and images depicting the old and present-day San Pedro. Present at the celebration were students from the different island schools, specially invited guests, and past Mayors. Master of Ceremonies, Jorge Aldana officially started the event shortly after 10AM by welcoming the audience in attendance. Mayor Daniel Guerrero then shared a few words regarding the day's festivities. "We have seen a huge transformation since San Pedro's evolution from a fishing village to the tourist mecca it is today," said Guerrero. "Today, we are the fastest growing municipality in the country with a growth rate of 17% per year and the destination with the most hotel rooms in the country," Guerrero stated that all island residents should feel proud of the achievements and development the island has been through. He encouraged everyone to continue being part of the town's success, which according to him is on the right path.

Click here to read the rest of the article in the San Pedro Sun


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Dia de San Pedro - Citizens Interview

In commemoration of San Pedro's 33rd Township Anniversary, check out a video we did for Dia de San Pedro where a few citizens share with us a part of San Pedro's beautiful history.


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