Service Area / Map: Unincorporated Pinellas County neighborhoods.
All in-house and online permitting requests will be temporarily unavailable from:
Thursday, October 8, at 12 p.m.
through Monday, October 12, at 8 a.m.
as we launch our new and improved Citizens Access Portal. Inquiries by phone and Permit Manager (Velocity Hall) will also be unavailable during this time period.
Inspections will be available on a limited basis from October 8 at 12 p.m. through October 12 at 4:30 p.m. Please call (727) 464-3888 for availability. Inspections will resume as normal on Tuesday, October 13, at 8 a.m.
We ask that you plan permitting and inspection requests accordingly. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Pinellas County Building and Development Review Services at (727) 464-3888.
Coming in Fall 2020: Pinellas County's New Citizen Access Portal
Apply for permits. Schedule inspections. Submit complaints. Submit applications. And more.
Visit the Citizen Access Portal page to learn about the portal and upcoming virtual information sessions.
Pinellas County Code Enforcement is responsible for enforcing codes in the unincorporated areas of the county. Residents residing in one of the 24 municipalities should contact their town or city directly for assistance.
Code Enforcement is important for the health and safety of all residents and helps maintain quality standards that are important to achieve the highest property values possible. Code Enforcement strives to achieve voluntary compliance if a violation exists. In many cases issues may arise when a resident faces unexpected hardships such as illness or unemployment. Be neighborly – check first to see if you may be able to help.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- List of Pinellas County Enforcement Codes
- Vacant or foreclosure property registration
- To report an issue, you may do so by clicking this link or by calling (727) 464-4761.
- Please note we are unable to return calls or provide updates for complaints that are reported anonymously.
- To better assist with the investigation and response time, please provide the exact address of the concern.
- If the investigation identifies a violation, the officer will work with the property owner for a resolution. However, in some cases, this can take an extensive amount of time. Compliance is the responsibility of the property owner, not Code Enforcement.
- Due to a current heavy case load, initial inspections may take up to 30 days.
- To avoid delays, refrain from reporting the same issue through multiple sources.
Other Code Enforcements:
All about your property,
neighborhood and local
fire depts., schools,
hospitals and more.
(Check for service area)
Report an Issue
Report an issue / file a complaint online or call (727) 464-4761.