Planning is responsible for floodplain management with help from the Building Development Division. The City is a member of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and participates in the Community Rating System (CRS) which makes the community eligible for reduced flood insurance rates. The CRS floodplain management activities enhance public safety, reduce damages to property and public infrastructure, avoid economic disruption and losses, reduce human suffering, and protect the environment.

The City of Pinellas Park is currently seeking the public's input for the 60th Street N. Complete Streets Concept Plan! The project limits are between 70th Avenue N. and 82nd Avenue N. Please take the survey to tell us what your concerns are while traveling on 60th Street N. and how they can be mediated. The goal of the concept plan is to make 60th Street N. safe for all users. 

Please join us on December 13th for a public workshop! It will be held in the Community Development Building at 6051 78th Avenue > Pinellas Park, FL 33781. Fehr & Peers (the consultants putting this plan together) will be leading this workshop and requesting feedback on how to make 60th Street N. safer and more user friendly for all modes of transportation. We look forward to hearing from you!

To access the survey, please click here

The Local Mitigation Strategy (LMS)

The LMS is a multi-jurisdictional 'all-hazards' mitigation plan that serves as a bridge between local governments' comprehensive growth management plans, the County's comprehensive emergency management plan, land development regulations, and relevant ordinances and codes such as those for floodplain management.  For more information, visit

A copy of the latest annual Pinellas Park Progress Report can be found at the Technical Services Building, 6051 78th Avenue North, Pinellas Park, FL 33781.