Real Property And Planning

Real Property and Planning is responsible for real estate purchases, acquisitions, easements, vacations, conveyances, dispositions and leasing services. The Division provides technical support services for parcel boundaries and acreage, review of legal descriptions and maps, and review and assessment of existing title matters along with providing citizens assistance with real property questions. The division is also responsible for the formulation and maintenance of the Facilities Master Plan and asset tracking and forecasting.

Surplus Properties

The process to sell or convey right or interest in County-owned Real Estate is administered by Pasco County Facilities Management. When the Board of County Commissioners declare County-owned property as surplus, Real Estate is listed for sale through a public bid process.

This list is updated frequently, so please check back often.

Links & Other Information

Recent Sales

Visit the Pasco County Property Appraiser, then perform a "records search" and select "recent sales."

Sales, Warranty, Deed Information, Etc.

Visit the Pasco County Property Appraiser, then perform a "records search" and enter a name, address or parcel I.D. Number.

Further research can also be done online or in person through the Clerk's Office.

Miscellaneous Information

  • For information on converting a private street to public, please contact the Paving Assessment (PVAS) at 727-834-3601
  • Plat Books are available for viewing in the Clerk's Office

Bid Instructions

All responses shall be submitted online at Pasco County Bonfire Hub. The Pasco County Purchasing Department will only accept submittals online. The Bid Package containing additional information regarding the parcel and a bid form is available at Pasco County Bonfire Hub.

Each bid must be accompanied by a deposit in the amount of 10% of the bid purchase price in U.S. Dollars in the form of a certified check or cashier's check made payable to Pasco County Board of County Commissioners.

Questions may be submitted through Pasco County Bonfire Hub.

Public openings are held each Tuesday at 2:00 p.m., ET. A public opening of responses will be conducted at the posted public opening following the submission deadline. In the event of a County Holiday or unforeseen delay, responses shall remain sealed until the next public opening. Vendors will be able to attend the public opening virtually by referring to the following instructions:

  • Microsoft Teams meeting Meeting ID: 241 088 831 758
  • Passcode: EK63aF
  • Or call in (audio only)
  • +1-850-988-5160, 688629844#
  • +1 850-988-5160,688629844# United States, Tallahassee
  • Phone Conference ID: 688 629 844#


All County-owned Surplus Land sales are sold as is. No actual or implied warranties of habitability, condition, merchantability, or fitness for any general or specific use are hereby given.

Buyers will be responsible for the payment of documentary stamp tax and recording fees, which are due at the time of purchase. Property sale transfers are by County Deed.

It is the responsibility of the potential buyer to contact the appropriate governmental agencies to determine whether the property can be utilized for the buyer's intended use.

Pasco County reserves the right to waive any and all informalities, to reject all bids, or to accept any bid deemed to be in the best interest of the County.

Surplus Properties

For Sale