Pinellas County Sheriff's Office

The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office (PCSO) is the primary law enforcement agency for Pinellas County, Florida, USA and is responsible for law enforcement services in the unincorporated areas of the county as well as contract cities, jail facilities and courthouse security for Florida's 6th Judicial Circuit.

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Bayway Isles
... The community extends southward from the Pinellas Bayway causeway into the waters of southern Boca Ciega Bay ... In 1972 the remainder of Pinellas County was similarly designed as an aquatic preserve ... Isles is thus one of the last sets of artificial fill islands to be built in Pinellas County ...
Eastlake High School (Tarpon Springs, Florida)
... It is part of the Pinellas County School District ... recently constructed high schools in Pinellas County ... in 1987, it is located on 13 acres (53,000 m2) of land in northern Pinellas County ...
George Gandy - Late Life and Legacy
... but continued being chauffeured to his office ... as "The Friendship Trail Bridge", part of the Pinellas Trail ... The area in Pinellas County where the Gandy Bridge connects is now a census-designated place called Gandy, Florida ...
Pinellas Trail - History
... After voter approval, the County acquired the property, and began construction of the Pinellas Trail ... With the passage of the first Penny for Pinellas one-cent local option sales tax, plans were made to connect the construct additional segments along the railway corridor ... The Pinellas Trail is composed of the following railroad segments former SAL to the east of Tarpon Springs former ACL from Tarpon Springs to ...
Pinellas - Overview
... Philippe Park, a Pinellas County Park, and the Philippe Parkway were named for Dr ... Pinellas County is the most densely populated county in Florida ...

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