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Loud music, parties and other “disturbances of the peace” should be reported to the Sheriff’s non-emergency number at 727-582-6200.
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A vehicle without a license plate is classified as an inoperable vehicle and will be investigated. You can call (813-749-1129), email code enforcement officer, or use the Report a Code Violation Form to report this issue.
Call the County’s Animal Services at 727-582-2600 to report the problem. After normal hours of operation you can call the Sheriff’s non-emergency number at 727-582-6200.
Boats, trailers, and recreational vehicles may be kept at residences provided they are in a side or rear yard. Some exemptions are allowed, with a filing of a hardship request on a Parking Exception form with the city. To obtain the Parking Exception form, contact Planning and Redevelopment at 813-749-1121.
Yes. Temporary Use Permits are required for activities such as races, walkathons, charitable sales, art shows and festivals, erection of tents, block parties, road closings and any other situations which are outside the normal scope of permitted activities for a location, or which may have some impact on the community. Permits are also required for private activities at city facilities, such as races, concerts, weddings, private parties, and other similar gatherings not sponsored by the city. Call the Leisure Services Department at 813-749-1260 for events held in parks or other city facilities. For all other special events or general information, call the Planning and Redevelopment Department at 813-749-1121.
The placard may not have been visible (or displayed) at the time the citation was issued. If a valid handicap placard is available for the vehicle/owner/passenger that was cited, contact the Pinellas County Traffic Court at 727-464-4977 for information on correcting or cancelling the citation.