Need a Permit?
When do you need one? How do you get one? Apply for a building permit and request inspections.
The St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport (PIE) is your Tampa Bay gateway.
Look up consumer business complaints that have been filed within the last five years.
Find out geographical facts, population, links to the county’s top employers.
Association-sponsored events, chamber events, special seminars and programs can be found here.
Access high-tech business reference library.
Important information on starting a business.
Pinellas' chambers are your resource for networking, advocacy, information, growth strategies and education.
View information on the operations of charities.
Research permits, request inspections. Registered users can apply for permits and schedule inspections online.
Regulates the function for certain construction and home improvement contractors practicing in all county jurisdictions.
The corporate community working in partnership with the county.
Provides support for existing businesses and attracts business to the county.
Assistance for Entrepreneurs.
A business must obtain a going-out-of-business permit when its activities – including disposal of stock, equipment and goods – cause the public to believe the business will cease operations.
Businesses operating in unincorporated areas of Pinellas County are not required to obtain an occupational license. Requirements differ within city limits.
Ordinance requiring the registration of Pain Management clinics operating in Pinellas County.
Listing of scheduled bid openings, information on bids pending award and contracts awarded.
More than 30 companies lease space and concentrate in innovative areas.
Report a complaint against a business.
Vendors must apply here to receive bidding notifications for county projects from DemandStar.