Monthly Report

The Pasco County Board of County Commissioners recognized the month of October as Community Planning Month in Pasco. Pasco County Development Services continues to receive regional recognition for best planning practices for Connected City: America’s First Smart Gigabit Community Built From The Ground Up. Learn more about our most recent awards for Connected City: bit.ly/2S8pR9c

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Code Enforcement continued their educational initiative throughout Pasco County by attending Gardening 365 in Dade City. They spoke with Pasco citizens, giving advice and insight to find solutions for their community. Code Enforcement, along with all our departments in Development Services, are looking forward to attending the Great American Teach In and other community events.

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The Development Services Team was privileged to assist in emergency activation efforts during Hurricane Michael. Members of the team helped in Pasco County during the Hurricane, working countless hours, and volunteered during recovery operations.

This year’s Staff Development Day allowed Development Services staff to not only grow as a team but also learn how to better serve our customers each day. Throughout the day, we were able to highlight the successes of our team members and identify opportunities for improvement. We believe that training and communication is essential to putting our community first and providing premiere quality service.

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Development Services and Pasco County Sheriff’s Department held a Press Conference to announce the results of an Unlicensed Contractor undercover sting operation performed during the month of September which led to 20 arrests for contracting without a license. Click on the picture to watch the Live Press Conference.

Impact Fee Calc.

Pasco County Development Services is pleased to share a new, user-friendly, online Impact Fee Calculator to help new home buyers and developers easily view the estimated impact fees for residential property.  Impact fees on new or proposed development projects help fund the additional public services needed to accommodate the growth.

“Impact fees are essential for supporting and maintaining county services such as schools, libraries, parks, and transportation – anything that would be impacted by building a new home,” said Central Permitting Accountant Austin Padova.  “The new online calculator is an easy way to estimate those fees.”

Try out the Impact Fee Calculator, by clicking here: http://bit.ly/ImpactFeeCalc 

Help Pasco County Code Enforcement Officers keep your community safe and looking beautiful – anonymously!  Code Enforcement is now accepting anonymous code violation complaints. Reporting an issue is easy and convenient on the MyPasco App.

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Pasco County Development Services continues to receive regional recognition for Connected City: America’s First Smart Gigabit Community Built From The Ground Up. “Connected City is also the first community in America with a Crystal Lagoon,” says Long Range Planning Manager, Ernest Monaco.

Explore what’s coming to your community in Pasco County! Check out the new Development Services’  Project Pipeline. View current development projects online, in real time, on an interactive map. You can also search projects by district, browse archives, view plans and more!

Whether you’re a contractor, engineer, developer, or simply an interested citizen – details including approval status, timelines and a complete list of projects are just a click away: bit.ly/DevServ-ProjectPipeline.

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