- API data.pinellas.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-07T23:55:35.000Z
Invest in infrastructure to meet current and future needs
- API data.pinellas.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-14T15:42:18.000Z
CIP Project Portfolio Management is a collection of projects and programs, grouped to facilitate effective management of that work to meet strategic goals of the County through the Capital Improvement Plan process. The intent of this initiative is to adopt a portfolio approach to prioritizing capital projects and improve process for managing projects to enhance output, reporting, and decision support. Initiative deliverables include project prioritization criteria, portfolio development and project mapping processes, a CIP Project Management Handbook, an administrative directive, staff training, and centralized reports. By establishing various working groups for this initiative, County staff have defined criteria to prioritize capital projects, developed a handbook and training for project managers, offered training to current county project managers, and developed a reporting tool to monitor capital projects.
- API data.pinellas.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-03T16:04:24.000Z
The SRAP is a multi-year project to set the foundation and platform for sustainability and resiliency initiatives, planning, programs, policies, and solutions. This process will take an evidence-based, comprehensive approach to develop achievable strategic goals and objectives, measurable short to long-term actions, process integration, and decision-support tools. It will promote organizational and community-based sustainability and resiliency activities and programming in alignment with the County's Strategic Plan, structure, operations, and services. The SRAP will also prioritize the economic and social case for environmental sustainability, community resiliency, hazard mitigation, and climate change adaptation, including cost savings, economic opportunity, and self-sufficient programs.
- API data.pinellas.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-14T18:15:02.000Z
Redevelopment code focused on the relationships among buildings, sidewalks and streets, as well as promoting walkability. Form-Based Code guides the development and redevelopment of properties within a specific area. Compared to conventional zoning, Form-Based Code puts less emphasis on the use inside a building and more on its form and placement, location of parking, treatment of public/private spaces and other aspects. Overall, the code results in more predictable redevelopment that enhances the community’s character.
- API data.pinellas.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-13T21:46:40.000Z
Pinellas County Emergency Management (PCEM) is reassessing all school sites for utilization and capacity during an evacuation. Meetings have been scheduled with City Managers to identify additional community sites. Additionally, PCEM is working with the State to assess newly identified community sites for risk-level. Lastly, Penny IV funding will support implementing mitigation measures for shelters including a generator at Lealman Exchange. PCEM is currently coordinating with Pinellas County Schools to identify how to utilize Penny IV funding for other potential shelter sites.
- API data.pinellas.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-14T22:09:09.000Z
Long-term reauthorization of the National Flood Insurance Program that ensures financial sustainability, while not pricing out policy holders.
- API data.pinellas.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-14T19:23:51.000Z
The Highpoint Community Action Plan (CAP) serves two distinct purposes. First, it is a short-range strategic document that sets forth practical goals and specific actions that facilitates the preservation and improvement of the community. Secondly, it establishes specific actions that County departments agree to take to assist in achieving the goals. The process provides a framework for the community and partners to address issues through a step-by-step action plan that becomes a monitoring resource to ensure the actions are moving forward.
- API data.pinellas.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-14T21:29:40.000Z
Age Friendly Pinellas is a collaboration with all of the departments under the BCC who developed an age friendly action plan for each of their respective areas. The overarching premise of the plan is to create and support an infrastructure that supports aging in place, where persons can live, work, play and thrive in their own homes and communities should they wish. As the lead on this initiative, Human Services continues to coordinate meetings with the other departments to ensure each area is meeting their objectives and goals as outlined in the AARP approved plan. The most current meeting will be held on Thursday, January 16th guidance will be provided on developing performance metrics to measure the outcomes of the action items they identified in their respective plans.
- API data.pinellas.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-15T17:49:54.000Z
This project includes updating the Sewer Use ordinance to address the Grease Management Ordinance and the Industrial Pre-treatment program. These revisions will address billing, grease trap sizing and will better define roles and responsibilities. These revisions will provide a more consistent framework.
- API data.pinellas.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-14T18:00:58.000Z
The purpose of the Local Mitigation Strategy (LMS) is to establish an ongoing process that makes hazard mitigation part of the daily functioning of the entire community, including both public and private sectors and our residents themselves. An update is required every 5 years.