22211 U.S. 19 North, Building 1
Clearwater, FL 33765
(727) 464-8900 – Operations –E-mail
(727) 464-8915 - fax
(727) 464-7503 – Mosquito Control – E-mail
(727) 464-7704- fax
Public Works Operation's primary functions are the maintenance and operation of Pinellas County's road network, bridges, and drainage systems; stormwater management and permitting compliance, mosquito control, vegetation management, lake management, and public works permitting services.
The Operations Division repairs, maintains, and reconstructs the County's road network, including roads, bridges, and sidewalks, to benefit the motoring public and protect the County's investment in infrastructure. Responsibilities also include maintenance of streetlights, roadway landscaping, and pond enhancement, mowing, grading, tree trimming, repair and replacement of roadside drainage, and guardrail and handrail maintenance.
The Stormwater Management Division constructs and maintains the waterways and drainage structures within the County's jurisdiction, including performance of street sweeping, and maintenance of canals, lakes, ditches, and culverts. This division maintains stormwater facilities in an aesthetically-pleasing condition and in compliance with the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) and Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) permits.
The Mosquito Control Division, which services all of Pinellas County including municipalities, provides for an environment as free of mosquitoes as possible for the comfort and well being of the public. It monitors the environment for the presence of any mosquito-transmitted diseases and takes proper abatement actions. Mosquito Control uses an integrated pest management program, focusing on source reduction. This division also provides educational presentations to the general public.
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The Vegetation Management Division controls aquatic weeds in the County's ponds, canals, ditches, and creeks. This division also provides chemical spraying of the right-of-way, mitigated and planted stormwater sites, and harvesting and removal of weeds.
The Lake Management Division controls exotic vegetation in the County's public lakes, canals, major drainage, and selected ponds. This program analyzes sites for improvements that will raise the level of service, and improve water quality and biodiversity. Educational presentations are provided by this division.
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