A Community Partnership between the City Government and its Residents, Dedicated to Quality Service to Effectively, Efficiently and Equitably enhance the Quality of Life in Dunedin.
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Foresight and sound masterful planning have made Dunedin one of the few full-service communities in Pinellas County. The city operates under a non-partisan Commission/Manager form of government. Four Commissioners and a Mayor are elected by the registered voters of Dunedin under a staggered system that ensures that the city will have a degree of experience serving on the Commission at all times. The Chief Executive Officer, currently the City Manager, oversees all eight City departments and the annual budget.
Commission Meetings are held at City Hall, 542 Main Street, at 6:00pm on the first and third Thursdays of every month, unless otherwise scheduled. Updated meeting times can be found on the Calendar. In addition, Commission Meetings are broadcast live on Dunedin TV and are repeated daily at 9:00am and 6:30pm. All Commission Meetings and Workshops can also be viewed online on demand.
Government in the Sunshine and volunteer citizen boards and committees appointed by the City Commission ensure open, honest and responsive government. There are 39 volunteer Boards/Committees that help advise the city. Commission meetings are open to the public and official city records, maps and financial statements are available for public review.
Our Mayor and Commissioners serve on County and Regional Boards and Committees, adding our viewpoint to transportation, housing, and other important issues. Many of these meetings can be seen on the Pinellas County Connection TV channel. Find the schedule here...
The Future of Dunedin
As the City moves forward, growth and redevelopment are both desired and inevitable. The true challenge will be to grow "smart." With this in mind, the City Commission has initiated the necessary research to set forth a vision for the future of Dunedin, that will protect our charming City, beautiful waterfront and overall excellent quality of life.
The History of Dunedin
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