“Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!” the neighbors said as they ran out to meet Code Ops Manager Pat. After a woman who lived across the street passed away, squatters began to live in the vacant home, causing problems for the neighborhood. Today is a new day for this community. “It took all of us,” Pat said, “—the Code Enforcement Team, Building Construction Services and the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office— all working together to get this problem solved for the community.” #PremiereStartsHere
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The Development Services Team had an incredible time at the 2018 Great American Teach In! We were able to go to 5 different Pasco County Elementary Schools. We were able to show over 1,000 kids the different jobs throughout Pasco County Development Services and why each is important to keep our community safe.
Pasco County Development Services is pleased to share a new, user-friendly, online Impact Fee Calculator to help new home buyers and developers easily view the estimated impact fees for residential property. Impact fees on new or proposed development projects help fund the additional public services needed to accommodate the growth.
“Impact fees are essential for supporting and maintaining county services such as schools, libraries, parks, and transportation – anything that would be impacted by building a new home,” said Central Permitting Accountant Austin Padova. “The new online calculator is an easy way to estimate those fees.”
Try out the Impact Fee Calculator, by clicking here: http://bit.ly/ImpactFeeCalc
Pasco County Development Services continues to receive regional recognition for Connected City: America’s First Smart Gigabit Community Built From The Ground Up. “Connected City is also the first community in America with a Crystal Lagoon,” says Long Range Planning Manager, Ernest Monaco.
Explore what’s coming to your community in Pasco County! Check out the new Development Services’ Project Pipeline. View current development projects online, in real time, on an interactive map. You can also search projects by district, browse archives, view plans and more!
Whether you’re a contractor, engineer, developer, or simply an interested citizen – details including approval status, timelines and a complete list of projects are just a click away: bit.ly/DevServ-ProjectPipeline.