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The City of Largo is contracted to conduct street sweeping for the Town of Belleair monthly. As a courtesy, please do not blow leaves, lawn clippings, or other debris into the road for street sweeping.
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Belleair partners with the City of Largo for fire and emergency response needs. It is the mission of Largo Fire Rescue to provide education, fire prevention, and emergency services to safeguard the lives and property of our community. In 2018, the City of Largo held a grand opening for Fire Station 43, located just south of Belleair at 2765 Bayway Avenue in Belleair Bluffs. This station is the primary dispatch for Belleair, with an average response time of under five minutes. In addition to emergency response needs, Largo Fire Rescue offers a number of free public safety and education programs that Belleair residents can participate in.
Belleair does not have an animal services program but works closely with the professional, caring staff at Pinellas County Animal Services that work hard to keep residents and animals safe. Though this group considers adoptions the most valuable work they do, they also focus on spay and neuter programs, county licenses, rabies vaccines, and animal control. For more information on the services provided, call (727) 582-2600 or visit the link below.
Belleair Town Hall (901 Ponce de Leon Boulevard) is the polling place for all Belleair residents and for Belleair residents only. However, it is the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections office that coordinates all local, state, and national elections. Any requests for mail ballots, early voting, or other questions should be directed to the county at (727) 464-8683. To learn more, visit www.votepinellas.com.
While the Pinellas County Tax Collector oversees drivers licenses, vehicle registrations, birth certificates, hunting/fishing licenses, and more, property taxes are paid to the Pinellas County Property Appraiser’s Office. The Town of Belleair does not collect any property tax payments.
Belleair’s sewer utilities are owned and maintained by Pinellas County Utilities. If you should have any issues with or questions about your sewer usage or lines, call Pinellas County at (727) 464-4000 for assistance.
The Pinellas County Library Cooperative is made up of 14 libraries throughout the county. Since there is no library in Belleair, the town provides a library card reimbursement program. To participate, simply (1) purchase a library card from any county public library, (2) bring your receipt to Town Hall, and (3) complete an Application for Refund form and submit it to the Town Hall utility billing counter. The town refunds 80% of costs to residents (or 100% for active/retired military). To learn more about Pinellas County libraries, visit the link below.
Pinellas County’s Mosquito Control Department treats mosquito breeding areas by ground and air and also responds to calls from citizens. If you see an influx of mosquitoes in your area, call (727) 464-7503 to request treatment.