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Reporting Damaged Signs Can Help Save Lives

Online portal lets residents report issues to help improve roadway safety in Hillsborough County

Help from everyone travelling roadways is essential to ensure the systems are safe. Hillsborough County maintains over 140,000 signs on more than 6,000 miles of roadway. County staff cannot be aware of every sign in need of repair. Residents and commuters are asked to keep a watchful eye on the condition of signs in their neighborhood and along the roads they drive every day.

See a damaged, knocked-down, vandalized, or missing sign? See a sign that is not visible due to an overhanging tree? Let the County know:

After normal business hours, damage to the following signs only: "Stop", "One Way", "Do Not Enter", "Yield" and "Wrong Way" can be reported to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office at (813) 247-8200.

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