Neighborhood Services

Each year, the Neighborhood Services’ team collectively brings in grant dollars and facilitates essential services for Manatee County residents that have contributed to a high quality of life as proven by continued rising property values and home sales, stable employment and high consumer spending. 

We provide support that fills gaps in Manatee residents’ lives to help them remain employed or become reemployed, stay in school, rehabilitate, gain new skills or make ends meet. We facilitate, partner with non-profit agencies and organizations and oversee human services that fulfill a wide range of needs. Our efforts reach the following:

 Neighborhoods
402
 Home Owners
296,659
 Renters
99,275
 Ages 65+
113,970
 Children
72, 320
 Preschool Children
18,321
 Foster Children
215
Third Graders
Reading Below the
Third-Grade
Reading Level

55%
 English as a
Second Language
Student

5,508
 Veterans
38,000
 Adults (No Diploma)
29,210
 Below the Poverty Level
45,201 (11.2%)
 Underinsured
925
 Homeless
1,100
 Probationers
1,400
 Workforce Offenders
170/Month
 Juvenile Offenders
674/Month
 Unemployed
5.6% (SEPT 2020)


Manatee County accepts applications from non-profit agencies to provide services needed by Manatee County residents on an annual basis. Learn more.

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Neighborhood Connections Magazine January 2021

Announcements

Shipwreck Cleaned Up in Half the Time
January 13, 2021
After three Tampa commercial fishermen were rescued by the Coast Guard near Anna Maria Island last Friday, their abandoned 70-foot fishing vessel broke apart, littering the shoreline.Read More
Medina Recognized as January Employee of the Month
January 12, 2021
Renee Medina’s interest in joining Manatee County’s Veterans Services Team resulted from a positive benefits appointment with a Manatee County counselorRead More
Victim Impact Panel Resumes at Limited Capacity
January 08, 2021
In order to maintain COVID-19 social distancing guidelines, the classes consist of eight or less clients. Clients should contact their probation officer to register.Read More