Pinellas County Utilities will be conducting the routine bi-annual water system maintenance program to optimize water quality starting on Monday, October 1. 727.464.4000
Hurricane Season begins June 1st and ends November 30th. Be sure you stay prepared! It only takes one to make landfall in Pinellas County to cause devastation.
Businesses, including nonprofits and religious organizations, haulers, hobbyists, property managers and salvagers, may bring waste to the HEC3 only on the 12 EnviroBusiness Days, which are scheduled on the second Wednesday of each month. Businesses pay the contractor directly at the county’s contracted rate for disposal. For more information on business waste disposal, visit www.pinellascounty.org/bizwaste.
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FEMA releases new preliminary flood map for Pinellas County Updated map may mean changes in flood risk and insurance requirements for some properties Updated Flood Insurance Rate Map shows extent to which areas are at risk for flooding Property owners encouraged to look up their risk for flooding at www.pinellascounty.org/flooding New maps developed after extensive, multi-year coastal study using state-of-the-art Read More