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Yes, Please contact Central Permitting at (727) 847-8126.
The lawn must exceed 12 inches to be considered overgrown. The property must have a residential zoning for the ordinance to apply. The owners are given a 14 day warning that is sent via certified mail we must have this mail back before we can send to the contractor for mowing. The typical overgrown complaint takes 30 to 45 days to rectify.
Pasco County regulates private towing when a tow is performed without the vehicle-owner’s consent or when the towing is performed at the request of law enforcement (such as at an accident scene). The county has set a limitation on the types and amount of fees that may be charged. The original fees may be found in Resolution 07-169. As of 2020, the maximum base rate has increased $20.00 because of an increase in the CPI. For example, if a car is abandoned in a strip mall and the owner of the strip mall calls for a Class A wrecker to remove it without the permission of the owner of the car, the tow company can charge a maximum base rate of $120.00 ($100.00 + $20.00 CPI increase). The wrecker company may also charge for storage and other services outlined in Resolution 07-169, but only at the rates set out in the document.