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Pinellas County TDC Meetings

Pinellas County Tourist Development Council (TDC) meetings are the official record of tourism promotion activities for the St. Pete-Clearwater area. On this page, you'll find dates for upcoming TDC meetings as well as helpful FAQs.



Upcoming TDC Meetings

Find information on upcoming Pinellas County Tourist Development Council meetings below. Note that you can find recordings and minutes from past meetings on our Past TDC Meetings page.


TDC Meeting FAQs

When and where are Pinellas County TDC meetings held?

TDC meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month. The meetings are held in the Palm Room at the county's Communications Building. The address is 333 Chestnut St., Clearwater, FL 33756. Free parking is available in a lot behind the building.


Are Pinellas County TDC meetings open to the public? 

As the official record of tourism promotion activities for Pinellas County, all TDC meetings are open to the public. Unless otherwise indicated in the schedule information, the TDC meetings begin at 9 a.m. and may last up to two hours.


Can I watch a TDC meeting live? 

Pinellas County TDC meetings are streamed live and also broadcast live on Spectrum Cable Channel 637, WOW Channel 18 and Frontier Channel 44.  


Are Pinellas County TDC meetings recorded so I can watch them later?

Recordings of all TDC meetings are televised every Wednesday at midnight and on the first Thursday following the live meeting at 8 p.m. You can also watch recordings of each meeting on our "Past TDC Meetings" page, where you may also access meeting agendas and meeting minutes.


Can I find out what is on the agenda at a Pinellas County TDC meeting ahead of time?

Yes. As soon as a TDC meeting agenda is set, it will be posted on this page (see meeting details below).

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