By July 1 - Certification of the County’s net taxable value of property by the Property Appraiser.
By July 15 (or 15 days after certification, whichever is later) - Submission of proposed budget by the County Administrator to the Board of County Commissioners.
July 16 - September 20 - The Board of County Commissioners may hold work sessions on various sections of the County budget.
August 1 - Submission of budget request to the Florida Department of Revenue by the Tax Collector and a copy to the Board of County Commissioners.
By August 4 (or 35 days after certification, whichever is later) - The Board of County Commissioners must notify the Property Appraiser of the proposed millage rate, rolled-back rate and the date, time and place of the first public hearing.
By August 25 - The Property Appraiser mails TRIM (Truth In Millage) Notices, which are notices of proposed property taxes.
September 3 (6:30 p.m., Pasco County Historic Courthouse, Board Room, 37918 Meridian Avenue, Dade City, 33525) - The Board of County Commissioners holds the first of two public hearings to adopt the proposed budget.
September 18 (6:30 p.m., West Pasco Government Center, Board Room, 8731 Citizens Drive, New Port Richey, 34654) - The Board of County Commissioners holds the final public hearing and adopts the budget.
October 1 - Effective date of the Pasco County budget.