Public Safety Committee (PSC)
The PSC was proposed in 2009 and established in 2010 by Resolution 10-04. The PSC is an advisory committee to the City Commission consisting of Dunedin residents with interest and experience in public safety (law enforcement, fire protection, emergency services). Seven members are appointed to serve 3-year terms. Like all elected or appointed officials, PSC members affirm and agree to uphold the City Commission’s Code of Core Values for Civility and Ethics. All meetings, minutes and records of the PSC are open and available to the public.
The primary duty of the PSC is to assess quality of life issues it considers relevant to public safety, make recommendations to the City Commission on public safety issues, and to inform the public.
Our primary areas of concern are:
- Crime Prevention
- Law Enforcement
- Home, Business and School Safety
- Fire protection and prevention
- Emergency Medical Services
- Disaster Preparedness
Do you have a public safety concern, question, suggestion, or request? The PSC meets at the Fire Administration Building, 1042 Virginia Street on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 10 a.m. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please send an email to Ms. Schafer to distribute. Email
CITY OF DUNEDIN
A Community Partnership between the City Government and its Residents, Dedicated to Quality Service to Effectively, Efficiently and Equitably enhance the Quality of Life in Dunedin.