Manufactured Housing Communities Utility System Project

Project Location

14 manufactured home communities: 12 west and north of Lake Seminole and two near U.S. 19 and 62nd Ave N.

Project Status

Design: In progress

Project Overview

Pinellas County Utilities identified 14 manufactured housing communities with outdated and problematic wastewater systems that pose costly risks for residents. Recognizing that the cost of repairing these systems would be a huge burden on residents, the County worked directly with these communities to secure state and federal funding to upgrade each system at no cost to them.

Tentative Schedule

Milestone Schedule
Notice to Proceed September 2022
Data Review and Field Investigations (Survey, SUE) October 2022
Blanket Easement Agreements August 2023
30% Design July 2023
90% Design October 2023
100% Design December 2023
Bid Phase April 2024
Construction Begins June 2024
Construction Complete June 2026
Public Outreach Life of Project

Project Goals

  • Improve living conditions and preserve affordable housing.
  • Address failing infrastructure and improve environmental conditions.
  • Improve emergency conditions associated with flood-prone communities.

Project Locations

  • Bel-Aire Mobile Home Owners
  • Four Seasons Estates
  • Midway Mobile Home Park
  • Oasis Mobile Home Park
  • Pointe West Mobile Home Park
  • Florida Mobile Home Park
  • Lake Seminole Estates Mobile Home Park
  • Boca Ciega Estates Co-op Mobile Home Park
  • Holiday Shores Mobile Home Park
  • Lake Seminole Resort
  • Flowerwood Club Mobile Home Park
  • Grosse Pointe Estates
  • Majestic Park Homes
  • Tropical Gardens Mobile Home Park

Funding Sources

  • $25 Million from Resilient Florida
  • $13.9 Million from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021
  • $2 Million from the Restore Act

This project is being supported, in part, by federal award number SLFRP4653 awarded to Pinellas County Government by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.