Citizens Guide to the Budget
The Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) is dedicated to delivering first-class services to the public and our customers. The Commission has defined a Strategic Plan built upon the priorities of the community. This plan guides the work the County does every day and helps decision-makers to be responsible stewards of the public’s resources, which includes ensuring the financial stability of the county.
Visualize the Budget
Use the tools below to see a visual representation of how the budget affects you.
Capital Improvement Projects Map Viewer
Navigate the Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) Map Viewer to see an overview of the County’s major projects to improve our infrastructure and essential services for Pinellas County residents and visitors. Sort projects by category and drill down to learn more about a project’s details and current status.
View current and previous budgets below. The Fiscal Year (FY) runs from October 1 – September 30.
- Budget: FY2023-24
- FY24 Adopted Annual Operating and Capital Budget
- FY24 – FY29 Capital Improvement Six-Year Plan
- Budget: FY2022-23
- Budget: FY2021-22
- Budget: FY2020-21
For budget archives predating the FY2020-21 budget, please submit a public records request.
How the Budget Works
- Annual Budget Process
- Unincorporated Area (MSTU) Budget
- Citizen Guide to Budget Terms
- Board of County Commissioners
- Organizational Chart
What About Taxes?
- How Are My Property Taxes Determined?
- What Revenue Sources Fund County Programs and Services?
- Where Do My Property Taxes Go?
- What is Millage?
- What is Penny For Pinellas?
- Who are the Local Taxing Authorities?