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Pinellas County has regulations and ordinances in place to protect our community’s consumers.

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Towing Ordinance 19-39

Ordinance covering car towing rates and rules....

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Human Trafficking Ordinance 2016

Ordinance pertaining to the posting of public human trafficking awareness signs. ...

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Consumer Protection Brochure – Spanish

Folleto que describe el alcance de la Protección al Consumidor del Condado de Pinellas....

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Apply for or Renew an Adult Use License

Adult use establishments in unincorporated areas of Pinellas County must obtain a license from the Office of Consumer Protection before they can......

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Request a Human Trafficking Sign for a Business

Request a human trafficking awareness and resources sign to post in your business as required by Pinellas County Ordinance Section 42-430. Learn......

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Landscape Maintenance & Fertilizer Application Certification Requirements

All landscaping professionals working in Pinellas County must complete an approved training program and display a Pinellas County vehicle decal. Landscaping professionals......

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Consumer Protection Frequently Asked Questions

Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services...

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Fertilizer Retailers & Distributors

Pinellas County Fertilizer Ordinance No. 10-06 addresses the Retail Sale of Fertilizer containing Nitrogen or Phosopherous (Section 58-482). The purpose of the ordinance......

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Consumer Tips: Buying Your First Car

When you buy a car with an “AS IS” warranty, it means there is no warranty. Have the car checked out by......

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Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking typically exploits individuals for commercial sex or forced labor while subjecting victims to force, fraud and coercion. In June 2015,......

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