County Information Desk:
The term unincorporated refers to all property that is not within city limits. Services for unincorporated residents are provided by the county. Some services for incorporated (municipal) residents are also provided by the county.
- Annexation Issues
- Building & Landscape Permits - communities who contract our services include Belleair Beach, Belleair Bluffs, Belleair Shore and Oldsmar.
- Code Enforcement - regulates code compliance only in Pinellas County’s unincorporated neighborhoods - commercial vehicles, RV's and campers parking in residential areas, inoperative cars and trucks, high grass and weeds, minimum housing standards, noise control, trash and debris, zoning codes-signs, fence regulations, sheds and accessory structure
- Development Review Services - engineering, site plan and land development
- Engineering and Technical Support
- Environmental Codes: Air Quality, Watershed Management
- Garbage collection:
- Flood Information
- Land Development Code Project
- Landfill / Recycling - information on the landfill, Waste-to-Energy facility and recycling programs.
- Lealman Central Area Preliminary Engineering Study
focus of the study is to work with the community to identify ways that we can improve flooding and drainage concerns, as well as the overall quality of water flowing to Joe's Creek.
- Neighborhood Parks
- Online Services: apply/renew, pay, reserve, request, report a complaint, report a problem, feedback or contacts.
- Permits / No Permits
- Permits / Codes / Fees / Policies
- Political Map Boundaries
- Report An Issue - allows residents to report problems with pot holes, sidewalks, illegal dumping, mistimed traffic signals, graffiti, etc. with their smart phones or other mobile communications devices.
- Sidewalks - new request / repair
- Utilities Financial Assistance
- Variance Requests and Special Exceptions
- Water and Navigation - includes links for Docks/Dredge and Fill/Mangrove Trimming, permits and applications
If you do not live in unincorporated Pinellas County, please see Cities / Municipalities for your local information.
For more information or questions:
All about your property,
neighborhood and local
fire depts., schools,
hospitals and more.
Building Services Phone Numbers
Find information on flood insurance, maps, etc. more>