Office of Resilience and Asset Management
The Office of Resilience and Asset Management is made up of three programs: Enterprise Asset Management, Energy and Water Conservation, and Sustainability and Resiliency. These programs work together to promote efficient use of County resources and significantly contribute to the County’s Resilient Pinellas Action Plan.
The Office of Resilience and Asset Management strives to make the County’s thousands of “assets” — from streets signs to bridges to buildings — last longer to maximize savings and reduce waste.
The department addresses risks such as sea level rise and extreme weather and helps make the County and its residents more prepared to handle these challenges.
The Office of Resilience and Asset Management ensures County initiatives follow a “triple bottom line” approach that considers social responsibility, environmental stewardship and economic prosperity.
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Pinellas County has completed its Resilient Pinellas Action Plan, the County’s first comprehensive plan to guide its sustainability and resiliency initiatives for…
- May 16, 2023 Solid Waste changes household hazardous waste collection center operation hours and events
- May 12, 2023 Annual update of local hazard mitigation strategy plan complete
- March 1, 2023 County saves thousands by converting to LED streetlights
- November 29, 2022 Pinellas County joins American Flood Coalition