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October 13, 2017, 9:52 AM

On Nov. 7, 2017, Pinellas County voters will decide on the renewal of the Penny for Pinellas 1-percent sales tax. More than 1,500 people took our online survey at Open Pinellas to weigh their top priorities for future Penny investments. Thank you for participating! 

Your feedback helped inform the project priorities set by the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners for the Penny renewal as part of a broad public input process. To review County and City project priorities, see our interactive Future Projects Map. Among the top priorities identified by the County as well as the citizens who participated in this survey are Water Quality, Flood & Sewer Spill Prevention projects and Roads, Bridges and Trail projects, with additional support for Community Vitality projects, Preserving Parks & Our Environment and Safe, Secure Community.

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February 22, 2017, 3:27 PM

The deadline to share you input about the Downtown Palm Harbor Master Plan is approaching.

You have until the end of Tuesday, February 28th to help shape the future of this special part of Pinellas County. Together, we can create a better plan.

Please take a few moments to:

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January 27, 2017, 5:51 PM

Help us refine priorities and recommendations for the Downtown Palm Harbor Master Plan.

Downtown Palm Harbor is considered to be unincorporated Pinellas County’s quintessential downtown. The area has a range of assets that support the small-town community and there are great opportunities to further improve the area for resident and visitor alike.

While some key recommendations of the 2001 Master Plan have been adopted, some have not been fully realized.

Now, the County wants your input to help further identify and prioritize existing and potentially new recommendations that would address the continued success of Downtown Palm Harbor.

Please take a few minutes to share your views:

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