Pinellas County Sinkhole Map
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TARPON SPRINGS, FL
November 2002 – Rescuers evacuated 12 residents of a Pinellas County condominium complex after a 15-foot-deep sinkhole opened beneath one of the units.
November 2013 – Residents of several Florida homes have been evacuated due to a possible sinkhole that opened in a backyard in Pinellas County.
December 2015 – A small depression formed in a newly paved road near Water’s Edge condos at 11485 Oakhurst Road in Largo, after two days it turned into an abyss 20 feet deep and 40 feet across.
ST. PETERSBURG, FL
October 2017 – St. Petersburg police are warning drivers to stay away from a road in the middle lane of 34th Street South at 4th Avenue South where a depression has formed that is large enough to swallow a car. The depression was about 10 feet deep and 10 feet across.
PALM HARBOR, FL
January 2018 – A Palm Harbor home has been determined to be “uninhabitable” because of a possible sinkhole in the Highland Estates subdivision.