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New Countywide Plan
and Future Land Use map will ease
regulatory burdens and concentrate
growth in activity centers and corridors.

Quality Communities Code
Pinellas County is updating the Land Development Code for unincorporated
areas of the county

Transit Links
Pinellas MPO
Pinellas County Transit - PSTA
Regional Transit - TBARTA

Regulatory
Future Land Use Plan
County/Cities Land Development Codes
Comp Plan Economic Element

Maps
County/City Map (1.5 MB)
Traffic Count Map
Future Land Use Plan
More maps

FAQs and Contacts
Frequently Asked Questions
Redevelopment Contacts


Contact: 
Cindy Margiotta
Pinellas County Economic Development
13805 58th St, N, Clearwater, FL 33760
Phone: (727) 464-7332
cmargiotta@pinellascounty.org

 

 

Pinellas County Development Update


 

Development in Pinellas came back in 2014. Tech Data has added 45,000 square feet in Largo to its existing 240,000-square-foot facility. BayCare Health System's new $99 million headquarters campus in Clearwater will eventually total 300,000 square feet , and Oscor (pictured above) in Palm Harbor is celebrating a new 20,000-square-foot addition to its Technology and Innovation Center. GE Digital Management selected Pinellas for a new 190,000-square-foot manufacturing Center of Excellence, where 250 new jobs are projected.

In retail, there are too many projects to list in their entirety. From Pinellas’ first Whole Foods Market and Trader Joe's, to the re-imagined Sundial and Seminole Mall, local consumers will have more convenient and upscale shopping choices and temptations.

The housing market is equally robust, particularly in multi-family condominiums and apartments. More than 8,400 residential units are included in this latest development update. Hotel projects are growing with more than 1,900 new or planned accommodations. And there is more fun planned for Pinellas with a new BMX facility in Oldsmar, a water park in Indian Rocks Beach, the expanded Dunedin Fine Arts Museum and the reborn Capitol Theater in Clearwater.


Pinellas By Design
Pinellas By Design: An Economic Development and Redevelopment Plan, is the county's redevelopment strategy to foster business development, while managing population growth and preserving our quality of life. For information on the five year planning process, including analysis and related studies go to Pinellas By Design. 

In 2014 some 200 elected officials, developers, business owners, and citizens gathered together to evaluate where we stand as a local economy, nearly 10 years after the Pinellas by Design plan was approved. Together we learned about redevelopment successes and challenges faced by the Pinellas community and explored ways to collaborate for a robust future. View the presentations and learn more at: PinellasByDesign.org/2014symposium.htm.

An Employment Sites Program and proactive planning will ensure we preserve and expand the potential for hig-wage job creations, using strategies gleaned from Pinellas By Design.

 

Planning Programs 


Future Land Use
The Pinellas Planning Council has created a new Countywide Plan that will integrate land use and transportation efforts in a single planning document.

Livable Communities
Pinellas County has Livable Community Policies and Codes designed to create urban environments where walking, bicycling and transit service is safe, comfortable and efficient, and there is a mixing of land uses which allows people to live closer to their points of destination.

Comprehensive Planning
An Economic Development Element for the County’s Comprehensive Plan was adopted. This allowed many of the principles of Pinellas By Design and its related studies to be codified.

Land Development Codes for Unincorporated Areas
Find out about the Quality Communities Code project. Pinellas County is updating the Land Development Code for the unincorporated areas of the County.

Pinellas County Transportation Plan
The Pinellas County Metropolitan Planning Organization develops a transportation plan every five years to account for the latest growth patterns, socioeconomic trends and mobility needs for the future.

Tampa Bay Region
The Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority (TBARTA) was created by the Florida State Legislature to develop and implement a Regional Transportation Master Plan for the seven-county West Central Florida region consisting of Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas and Sarasota Counties. 

Maps

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Municipalities and Unincorporated Areas PDF (5.07 MB) Administration 6/18/2015
Truck Routes PDF (770.2 KB) Administration 6/18/2015
Rail Lines PDF (654.18 KB) Administration 6/18/2015
Locator Map PDF (205.11 KB) Administration 6/18/2015
Community Redevelopment Areas PDF (3.58 MB) Administration 6/18/2015
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