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Public Works Administrator
            Bart Diebold

Bart Diebold, Public Works Administrator is responsible for the efficient administration and operation of divisions within the Public Works Department. This administration implements policies, coordinates interdepartmental activities of public services necessary for departments in the City.
 

Bart Diebold Office: (727) 369-5670
Public Works Administration Office: (727) 369-5850
Public Works Address: 6051 78th Ave. N., Pinellas Park, FL 33781
E-mail: bdiebold@pinellas-park.com          Golf Cart Information: Golf Cart Zones (.pdf)

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Engineering
Project planning, design, construction management and general infrastructure.

Facilities and Project Management
Plans, directs and coordinates maintenance and repairs, project design and construction related to City owned buildings and facilities maintenance.

Fleet Maintenance
This division coordinates work activities for City owned vehicles and equipment for all City functions. Maintains and repairs all vehicles for the Fire Department, Police Department, Public Works, and all other division vehicles within the City.

Parks & Recreation
The Parks & Recreation Divisions are responsible for Maintenance and Activities in Helen Howarth Park, Broderick Park, Freedom Lake Park, David Field Complex, Pinebrook Estates Park, Stanley B. and Doris Broderick Park, Shoecraft Park, McDevitt Park, Sparkle Lake Park, Pinellas Park Youth Park, Granada Circle Park, City Courts, Library and England Brothers Park.

Public Utilities 
Performs skilled work in construction, maintenance of City's water and reclaimed water distribution system as well as the City's sanitary sewer system and related structures, equipment and buildings in addition to connections for residential and commercial properties.

Transportation & Stormwater
Coordinates and formulates strategies to improve and repair the network of roadways in the City of Pinellas Park, street milling and repaving, traffic signal maintenance, traffic crash data collection and analysis, pedestrian safety devices, traffic calming, school safety improvements, signs and marking. Storm drain, pond and sidewalk maintenance, culvert installation and a variety of other maintenance needs.