Pasco County Citizens’ Academy Now Accepting Applications

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on December 4, 2021

Apply online through December 17

Pasco County Citizens’ Academy Now Accepting Applications

Have you ever wondered exactly how local government works to serve you?  Here’s your chance to find out – first-hand!  We’re now accepting applications for our 13th Pasco County Citizens’ Academy – a highly educational, entertaining and free program designed to share information about Pasco County services.  You must be at least 18 years old and live or work in Pasco County.

The Citizens’ Academy begins January 19, 2022, and includes ten sessions, culminating in an April graduation.  Applications are being accepted through December 17, 2021. 

“This is truly a hands-on, interactive opportunity to learn how local government works and to share ideas about how to better serve our communities,” said Citizens’ Academy Program Manager Johanna Rodriguez. 

Apply today, by filling out this online application:

We hope you’ll join us to learn many aspects of how county government, constitutional offices and state agency partners operate.  Presentations include: Legislative/Administrative Branch, County Attorney’s Office, Fire Rescue, Sheriff’s Office, Office of the Clerk and Comptroller, Supervisor of Elections, Property Appraiser, Tax Collector, School Board, Internal Services Branch, Public Services Branch, Development Services Branch, Mosquito Control District and Public Infrastructure Branch.

For more information about the Citizens’ Academy, including a video testimonial and a full list of class topics, please visit:



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