Office of Management and Budget

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) facilitates and prepares the Pinellas County Strategic Plan, the annual County Operating Budget and the Multi-Year Capital Plan to ensure responsible management of public resources.


GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award and Other Achievements
  • The Office of Management & Budget (OMB) received the GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the FY22 Budget for the 17th consecutive year.
  • Pinellas County continues to have the lowest per capita debt among large Florida counties in FY22.
  • OMB supported the stabilization of the Transportation Trust Fund in FY22, which pays for patching potholes, building, and fixing sidewalks, keeping traffic signals in shape, clearing ditches and other drainage structures, and maintaining bridges among other Public Works services.
  • OMB’s Strategic Performance Management (SPM) team completed initial development of the County’s integrated performance management system, establishing consistent performance reporting standards and systems and initiating quarterly strategy and operational updates to the Board of County Commissioners.
  • SPM also completed an evaluation of a centralized customer service transition in February 2022. Final deliverables included a sample roadmap and system requirements to inform future efforts to improve customer service technologies, standards, and training.

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September 22, 2022

BCC adopts final millage rate and budgets for FY23

The Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners on Thursday adopted resolutions approving the final property tax (millage) rates and budgets for Fiscal…


Information & Resources

Review the current FY23 Adopted Annual Operating and Capital Budget and the Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan:

  • Persons with disabilities may contact our Office of Human Rights by calling (727) 464-4880 or by email for additional assistance with these documents.

FY23 Adopted Annual Operating and Capital Budget

FY23 – FY28 Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan

American Recovery Plan Act:

ARPA Approved Projects