With one click, you can find
all the information about individual departments.
Manages the departments under the County Commission.
St. Pete-Clearwater International (PIE),
Tampa Bay The Easy Way
Evaluates and manages the ambient air quality monitoring network.
Dog and cat adoption center, general urban animal information.
County commissioners, commission districts, commission meetings and public participation.
How taxes are calculated, the budget process and how to provide input.
Permits and inspections.
Technology and customer support center.
Pay tickets and access other online services, search public records, get information on the courts and a host of public information.
Long-term management of the county’s coastline and waterways, involves shore protection programs, dune enhancements, monitoring and extensive partnering with state and federal agencies.
Regulates code compliance only in Pinellas County’s unincorporated neighborhoods.
PCC-TV streaming video, contacts for media, photo library, graphics, Web development, press releases, organizes public meetings.
Enhancing residential communities.
Regulation of the construction industry.
Mediation of consumer complaints, criminal investigations of consumer fraud, regulatory enforcement for charitable solicitation, bingo, fortunetelling, price gouging, towing, moving and adult use ordinances.
Visitor and tourist information.
The County Code as recorded by Municode, information on legal issues, Home Rule Charter, links to legal resources.
The Sixth Judicial Circuit Court serves Pinellas and Pasco counties. Find information on the court system and procedures, your rights, court dates and locations.
Provides support for existing businesses and attracts business to the county.
Call 9-1-1 for emergencies only. Tracks active calls.
Disaster preparedness, hurricane information.
Sunstar ambulance, FirstCare Ambulance Plan, ambulance billing.
Sustainability, 4-H, families and communities, lawn and landscape care, commercial horticulture.
Visit beautiful gardens, its free to the public.
Medical and financial information for low-income residents
Community health services.
Living history museum.
Financing affordable housing, housing and rental search.
Job openings, employment information.
Consumer protection, regulation, mediation and Justice Coordination.
State representatives and senators.
Forensics, toxicology, autopsy reports.
Guidance on local decisions and transportation planning.
Parks, Brooker Creek Preserve, Weedon Island Preserve, Pinellas Trail, Heritage Village, Extension, Managed Areas and Air Quality.
Live streaming video of commission meetings and workshops via the county cable station, PCC-TV (seen on channel 622 on Bright House, 44 on Verizon and 18 on WOW cable systems). Video archives of meetings, other county programming.
Countywide land use issues.
Growth management, community planning, land use, zoning and unincorporated land development code project.
Property values, exemptions, access to property database.
Find out about legal proceedings, what the public defender can do for you, and about the programs offered by the office.
Roads, county bridges, Mosquito Control, and road signage.
Bid information, vendor registration.
Real estate support for County departments, agencies, and Constitutional Officers.
Safety and loss control.
EMS, Fire, 9-1-1.
Provides law enforcement services for the unincorporated areas of the county, contracts with several municipalities, provides countywide services and programs.
Young - Rainey Star Center
Landfill fees, garbage disposal, recycling and disposal information.
Sixth Judicial Circuit
Register to vote, find your precinct, request a mail-in ballot, find information on elections and candidates.
Property taxes, tourist development taxes, driver licenses, motor vehicle and vessel titles, registrations, parking permits, online registrations.
Tourist information, oversees Visit
Pay water bill, drinking water, reclaimed water, watering restrictions, sewer.
Assistance for veterans and their families.
Exciting volunteer opportunities.
Protects and improves the environmental and aesthetic quality of the County surface waters such as creeks, streams, lakes, bays, and coastal waters.