The City of Treasure Island has a service request tool called the Treasure Island Porthole that uses SeeClickFix technology to help residents report non-emergency, quality-of-life issues. To report an emergency, please call 911.

Residents can click on the interactive map to precisely pinpoint and describe the issue, such as graffiti, potholes, drainage, signals, signs, parks, water, sewer, garbage, or other issues. The appropriate City of Treasure Island staff will be alerted and a response coordinated to ensure satisfactory resolution.

Residents may click on an issue to indicate their agreement with the request, make additional comments, follow the issue, or share their concerns with fellow residents.

                                     Change in State Law regarding Codes complaints

**ATTENTION** As a result of the passage of Senate Bill 60, the Florida Legislature and Governor DeSantis changed existing State Law to prohibit the investigation of anonymous reports of potential violations of municipal property codes, effective July 1, 2021.

To submit a report of a code violation, the reporter is now required to supply their full name and address, and this information will become part of the public record. This applies to online submissions via the SeeClickFix application, as well as reports made by phone, email, or in-person to the Codes Compliance Assistance Department.

                                                           Effective July 1, 2021

How it works:

If you'd like to use your computer to report an issue:

  1. Under the "Report" tab, drag the map marker to the location of your issue or type in its address
  2. Choose a category from the drop-down menu that matches your issue and fill out the required fields
  3. Click "Report your Issue"