Pinellas County seeks input on first Sustainability and Resiliency Action Plan
Pinellas County would like to hear residents’ bright ideas and top concerns for the development of the County’s first Sustainability and Resiliency Action Plan.
The first of two public input surveys about sustainability and resiliency is open at sustainability.pinellas.gov/survey. The survey runs through Oct. 26, and the County is asking for feedback from residents of all backgrounds.
The Pinellas County Sustainability and Resiliency Action Plan will address the unique environmental, social and economic challenges of Pinellas County. The plan will guide internal government policies and programs, as well as the services it offers.
As the County develops the action plan, community feedback will play a key role in identifying strategies to meet current and future needs of the county’s diverse communities, natural habitats, businesses, institutions and visitors.
Pinellas County will host more community engagement events as it continues to develop the Sustainability and Resiliency Action Plan. To hear about future opportunities to share feedback, residents can sign up for updates at https://pinellas.gov/sign-up-for-sustainability-and-resiliency-updates/.