Codes, Statutes & Documents
Know the Codes & Stay Compliant
To view the St. Petersburg Codes, go to the Municode website. Municode is a third party service and is responsible for the content of their website. Any issues viewing the site should be reported directly to Municode technical support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About City or Municipal Codes
In order to maintain the quality and extend the life of the existing housing stock, to stabilize neighborhoods, and to protect the public, the City of St. Petersburg administers a codes compliance process. This process is governed by the provisions of the Florida Statutes Chapter 162, by City Code Chapter 9, and also by related legal principles including case law, due process and private property rights.
Forms & Reports
To obtain a case history report for a specific property, please visit the Codes Compliance Assistance Department, located at One 4th St. N. (NE corner of Central Ave.), Municipal Services Center Building on the 1st Floor. Office hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Copy charges are 15 cents per page. Residents can also search the Codes Database by property address or case number to view case information.
CCAD makes every effort to provide accurate and timely reports and information both online and at the office. However, it remains the citizen's responsibility to diligently pursue independent verification of the report information prior to taking any action or making any decisions that may be based in whole or part on the information. The Pinellas County Property Appraiser is the custodian of the official records for most property and ownership information.