Business Resources


With its central location, Pinellas Park is a prime area to work, live, and play - and it’s only getting better. Close proximity to airports, beaches, schools, and amusement parks makes Pinellas Park an ideal location for your business. 

Are you interested in starting or expanding your business in the Heart of Pinellas? We are happy to help. 

Before leasing or purchasing a property, please call 727-369-5631 or email to discuss your plans so we can ensure you have the best experience. 

Tax Receipts

To operate a business in The City of Pinellas Park, you must obtain a Business Tax Receipt.

You can do so by calling 727-369-5647, emailing, or following this link to the Business Tax Payments online center.  

Grand Openings, & Ribbon Cuttings

New business in Pinellas Park? If you or someone you know is interested in having a grand opening or ribbon cutting, please read about our services and fill out the following form. 
Grand Opening Questionnaire

Email your completed documents to or call 727-369-5746 with any questions.

The Pinellas Park Chamber of Commerce

Pinellas Park has a vibrant and engaged business community. The Chamber of Commerce, established in 1915, prides itself in uniting businesses to support economic growth. 

Their members range from industrial enterprises employing hundreds of workers, to small businesses of every stripe: mom and pop retailers, service and health care providers, and 'solopreneurs' working independently from home offices.

Please call 727-544-4777, email, or visit to get more information on the benefits of membership.


Everyone needs a little help sometimes. Fortunately, that’s our specialty. With the help of the Community Services team, the city can help ease the financial burden of improving your business. Here are some business-related grants we offer:

Façade Improvements and Reimbursement Grants

  • All improvement plans and designs must be approved by the City of Pinellas Park prior to project start up and the applicant will be responsible for obtaining all required permits.
  • All proposed improvements must be located within the Pinellas Park Community Redevelopment Area (CRA).
  • Established to assist businesses with improving their buildings to promote business attraction and retention, halt property value deterioration, promotes economic growth in the area, and preserve physical resources.

Apply Here 

Hiring Qualified Staff

Good employees are the backbone of successful businesses. Thankfully, Pinellas Park is a melting pot of individuals with a variety of skillsets. Here are some resources that can help you recruit reliable and skilled employees.  

Crime Prevention Surveys

Pinellas Park cares about you. To help maintain a safe environment for you and your business, the Pinellas Park Police Department offers free crime prevention surveys. During a survey, police will inspect your business and make suggestions on how you can prevent crimes before they happen. 

Protect your business today by contacting Dean LoBianco at