Pinellas Park Water Management District

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Current Pinellas Park Water
Management District Projects

The types of public facilities provided by the District include five channel systems, structures at roadway crossings, control locations (weirs), and detention/storage lakes and ponds.

Pinellas Park Water Management District
              Basin Boundaries and Channel Systems

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Channel 1 Basin

Channel 1B5 Piping (2015 Channel Maintenance) – Design and permitting are complete. Construction is underway. The project generally includes repairing approximately 700 linear feet of Channel 1B5.

Channel 2 Basin

Channel 2 Fabriform Repair (2015 Channel Maintenance) – Design and permitting is complete. Construction for this project is scheduled to commence in January 2016. The project generally includes repairing approximately 160 linear feet of Channel 2.

Channel 3 Basin

Channel 3A Renewal (2015 Channel Maintenance) – Design and permitting is complete. Construction for this project is scheduled to commence in October 2015. The project generally includes repairing approximately 1,100 linear feet of Channel 3A.

Channel 4 Basin

Channel 4 Fabriform Repair (2015 Channel Maintenance) – Design and permitting is complete. Construction for this project is scheduled to commence in March 2016. The project generally includes repairing approximately 60 linear feet of Channel 4.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why do I have to pay taxes to the Pinellas Park Water Management District, when I do not live in the city of Pinellas Park?

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  • How do I get my water or sewer turned on or off?

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  • How often does the Pinellas Park Water Management District mow the ditches?

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