Pets and Animals
View the services and programs available for animal protection and education.
Evacuate with Your Pet
Gardening & Landscaping
The Cooperative Extension Service is nationwide and was established by the Smith-Lever Act of 1914. It is a partnership between state land grant universities, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the county governments throughout the nation.
Located in New Port Richey, Pasco County 911/Central Dispatch is a consolidated public safety answering point (PSAP), responsible for handling requests for law enforcement, fire, and EMS agencies for the entire Unincorporated County of Pasco as well as the City of San Antonio.
Watch Live: Pasco TV
Watch Pasco County Board Meetings, Podcasts and other videos highlighting Pasco County
The Department of Emergency Management plans for and responds to both natural and man-made disasters.
Geographic Information Services (GIS)
Pasco County GIS is both a division of the Information Technology Department and a county-wide program of spatial data and application development.
A Pasco County Public Safety Communications Supervisor can answer basic media questions about fires, law enforcement action, weather damage and emergency calls. Supervisors can give the type of call, the time the call was received and the address of the call. Depending on call activity, Communications may refer you to the appropriate Public Information Officer (PIO).
See List of Fire Stations
The Pasco County MPO is the lead transportation planning agency in Pasco County which serves the following municipalities in Pasco: Zephyrhills, San Antonio, St. Leo, New Port Richey, Port Richey and Dade City. According to federal and state laws, the Pasco County MPO is responsible for establishing a continuing, cooperative and comprehensive transportation planning process for Pasco County.
Rent and Utilities Assistance
Seniors Meal Delivery Services
Find a Senior Center
Our Future: Pasco2050
Discover more information about the Pasco County Utilities Department and its services.
Pasco County is home to over 49,500 veterans and their families. Clients have served in all branches of the military from World War II to the present global war on terrorism.
Trash & Recycling
Information in Pasco County related to traffic signals, roadway lighting, speed investigations, crash studies and more.
Ride the Bus (GoPasco)
Request a Traffic Improvement