Three tiers of special permits exist for events being held within the Town of Belleair. Information on these tiers is provided below. Any questions about these permits and their processes may be directed to Town Hall at (727) 588-3769.
Temporary Activity Permits
Garage sales, estate sales, vehicle sales, and other special activities that are allowed by ordinance require a Temporary Activity Permit.
Temporary Activity Permits are available at the Police Department service counter and the application form may be downloaded here. Completed applications may be submitted in person Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Applicants may also call (727) 588-3769 to arrange for the form to be emailed instead.
A company applying for an estate sale must first obtain a Local Business Tax Receipt from the Town Clerk before a permit will be issued.
Special Relief Permits
Per Code Section 73-34, the Town of Belleair Commission may issue a Special Relief Permit for an event outside of the limitations of the Code via an application form that originates with the Police Department. Such applications must be reviewed by the Town of Belleair Commission at one (1) public meeting. Events for this process are defined as any event or activity that meets at least one of the following limits.
- Will likely involve more than 50 participants and/or 20 vehicles in attendance
(Note: Events with more than 1,000 participants must apply as Major Event)
- Will take place for 72 hours or less
(Note: Events lasting longer than 72 hours must apply as a Major Event)
Applicants may download the Special Relief Permit Application here. Special Relief Permit Applications must be submitted to the Police Department office for review at least 21 days before the proposed event.
Major Special Relief Permits
Also per Code Section 73-34, the Town of Belleair Commission may issue a Major Event Special Relief Permit for any large-scale event outside the limitations of the Code via an application form that originates with the Police Department. Such applications must be advertised and reviewed by the Town of Belleair Commission at two (2) public meetings. Events for this process are defined as any event or activity that meets at least one of the following limits.
- Will likely involve more than 1,000 participants in attendance
- Will take place for more than 72 hours
- Will significantly impact public streets, rights-of-way, and the need for emergency services such as police, fire, or medical aid (any event which involves an open invitation to the public falls within this category)
Applicants may download the Major Event Special Relief Permit Application here. Any entity wishing to apply for this relief is encouraged to reach out to Town staff at least 180 days before the event in question in order to best prepare an application. Applications must be submitted to the Police Department office for review at least 60 days before the proposed event.
Police DepartmentPhysical Address
901 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
Belleair, FL 33756
Non-Emergency Police Dispatch
(Dispatch is available 24/7/365 through the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office)
Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays