Dunedin City Hall 542 Main St, Dunedin, FL34698 Dedicated downtown in 1978, Dunedin City Hall houses the offices of the city's top public officials.
City Hall contains…More the offices of the mayor, four city commissioners, city manager and public works and utilities director. It also contains the studio and office of the city communications director.
City commission meetings are held here on the first and third Thursdays of the month at 6:30pm.
City of Dunedin Parks & Recreation 1920 Pinehurst Rd, Dunedin, FL34698 The City of Dunedin Parks & Recreation department manages the city's parks and recreation facilities. Managed by…More director Vince Gizzi, the department's administrative office has been located in the Dunedin Community Center since 2007. The department publishes a quarterly magazine informing readers about its parks and facilities. It also publishes brochures and other sources of information on its resources.
Dunedin Chamber of Commerce 301 Main St, Dunedin, FL34698 The Dunedin Chamber of Commerce supports business in the Dunedin area as well as owners considering moving their…More businesses into the city. The chamber aims to help businesses network and thrive. It promotes economic development, tourism and business education. The chamber offers directories, online listings and display space in its building to members.
City of Dunedin Fire Administration 1042 Virginia St, Dunedin, FL34698 The City of Dunedin Fire Administration office oversees the city's fire rescue department. From the office, the…More fire chief manages the city's three fire stations and staff of 45 firefighters. In addition to fire rescue operations, the department also offers fire prevention, life safety education and disaster preparedness services.
The second-largest city park in Dunedin, Highlander Park contains several community resources.
Within the…More park's 70 acres, you can find the Dunedin Community Center, Dunedin Fine Art Center/Gladys Dougas School for the Arts, Highlander Pool, Dunedin Nature Center, over-the-lake pavilion, tennis courts, picnic tables, picnic shelters, sand volleyball court, softball and little league felds.
City of Dunedin Municipal Services Building 750 Milwaukee Ave, Dunedin, FL34698 The City of Dunedin Municipal Services Building is a one-stop resource for citizens. It houses the offices of the…More city clerk, as well as the finance, human resources, purchasing and utility billing departments.
City of Dunedin Human Resources/Personnel 750 Milwaukee Ave, Dunedin, FL34698 Located in the Dunedin Municipal Services Building, the Human Resources and Personnel office is one of the most valuable…More resources for city employees. The office manages employee payments and benefits, recruits staff, advertises job openings and handles internal staff issues.
City of Dunedin Finance Department 750 Milwaukee Ave, Dunedin, FL34698 Located in the Dunedin Municipal Services Building, the Finance department handles city budgeting, accounting,…More purchasing and utility billing services. It also oversees the city's investments, assets, debt management operations and financial reporting activities.
City of Dunedin Water Treatment Plant 1401 County Road 1, Dunedin, FL34698 The Water Treatment Plant for the city of Dunedin is located at 1401 County Road 1. The buildings and grounds are…More kept amazingly clean, looking more like a park rather than a plant. The facility is currently installing backflow prevention devices on water service lines to protect the public water system. It is also installing automatic meter readers on homes and there is no fee for the meter or the installation. To find out more about Dunedin's Water Treatment Plant, visit the website.
The home of the Falcons sports teams and a band that includes bagpipe players, Dunedin High School offers a…More public school education using the Pinellas County Schools curriculum.
The school, which opened in 1964, was established out of a need to accomodate Dunedin's expanding population. It now has 90 faculty and a large slate of course offerings, student clubs and athletics.
In honor of Dunedin's Scottish heritage, the school incorporated bagpipe players into its Scottish Highlander Band. It has also hosted visitors from Stirling, Dunedin's sister city in Scotland, at school functions.
Located in the same building as the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office North District Station, the Planning and Development Department contains three divisions: the building division, the planning division and the zoning division.
Pioneer Park 420 Main St, Dunedin, FL34698 Located downtown, close to Dunedin City Hall, Pioneer Park is a local landmark and gathering place. It hosts concerts…More and events like Noon Tunes, Films in the Park and the Dunedin Green Market.