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The Pet Resource Center is the first stop to find a new or lost pet, report animal emergencies, or find care for  your pets. Whether you’re a dog lover, a feline fanatic, or have a concern about animals in your neighborhood, we’re here to help. 
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The Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center is running low on available kennel space and is asking residents to help by fostering a dog or cat. Residents can foster a dog for as little as two weeks, freeing up shelter space and giving the shelter helpful information about that pet. Ready to...
Conservation parks and preserves are an essential component of every community. There are proven correlations between the presence of parks and preserves and enhanced environmental, economic, and social conditions. Hillsborough County is a leader in environmental conservation and a steward to...
Prescribed burning or prescribed fire is a safe and economical way to apply a natural process to ensure ecosystem health and reduce the risk of wildfire. This process is a time-honored, universally applied tactic used by land managers across the globe. To help manage the biological integrity of...
In Tampa, Temple Terrace, Plant City, state roads or highways, call: City of Tampa - (813) 274-8211 City of Temple Terrace - (813) 506-6420 City of Plant City - (813) 659-4200 Florida Department of Transportation - (813) 612-3200 On public roads, rights of way, or medians in...
In response to COVID-19 coronavirus, Hillsborough County government is slowly dialing towards reopening – gradually and methodically, based on the data and input of public health experts in the county. The primary focus for Hillsborough County remains public safety. Get information on the...
Do you have a Pet Resource Center adoption success story you’d like to share? If so, let us know! Submit Your Story! The Pet Resource Center is the only “open-admission” facility in the County. Every day, animals are adopted from our facility and become part of families in...
Which pets need to get a tag? We require registration tags if your pet: Lives with you in Hillsborough County Is 4 months of age or older Is a dog, cat or ferret You now have the option to register for a tag that is valid for up to 3 years. Ways to get a tag From a...
Animal-at-Large Ordinance Animal-at-Large Ordinance – Article II Sec. 6-28: “No dog or cat shall be allowed to stray, run or go, at large upon any public property or street, sidewalk, park, or on the private property of another without the consent of the property owner.” What it...
Rhodine Scrub Nature Preserve is a 448 acre preserve in the center of Hillsborough County. This preserve adjoins Stephen J. Wortham park creating a unique experience to see the differences between county parks and county preserves. The dominant habitat on Rhodine Preserve is Florida Scrub. Often...
In accordance with the requirements of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, Hillsborough County (County) will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in the County’s services, programs, or activities. Employment:...