Report a Problem in Your Community
Report issues with air quality, potholes, sidewalks, illegal dumping, mistimed traffic signals, graffiti and more to Pinellas County on this webpage or with your smartphones via our mobile app.
Download the free mobile app:
How it Works
- Snap a photo of the problem (or just tell us about it with text) and we’ll address the issue.
- Some problems may fall outside the boundaries of Pinellas County’s direct jurisdiction (for example, FDOT handles problems on state roads). If we receive reports out of our jurisdiction, we will forward your concern to the correct government organization.
- Get updates on what is being done to resolve your reported issue.
Email addresses are required by the app. You can report complaints “anonymously” to exclude your email address/name from public viewing. However, email addresses are public records under Florida law. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, contact the appropriate office by phone or in writing rather than by email.
Code complaints cannot be reported anonymously. Per Florida law, Pinellas County code inspectors generally may not investigate anonymous complaints. A complainant must provide his or her name and address before an investigation may occur. See https://flsenate.gov/Committees/BillSummaries/2021/html/2340.
If you believe a business violation presents an imminent threat to public health, safety or welfare, or may result in the imminent destruction of habitat or sensitive resources, please call (727) 464-6200.