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What we do The Facilities Management Services department provides planning, design, construction, operation, maintenance, and energy management of Hillsborough County-owned facilities, as well as lease administration of County-owned facilities. The department also manages the County's real...
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Overview The Economic Development Mobility Fee Buy-Down Incentive Program is an important tool to better position the County for the attraction, retention and expansion of companies by addressing office and industrial real estate needs. Hillsborough County is in a constant state of competition for...
The Center for Development Services is Hillsborough County’s property development and permitting customer service center for the building industry and residents. Customers can visit The Center for assistance with everything from zoning counseling and construction permitting to development...
Click on sections below to see Board Policies. Board of County Commissioners (section 01) 01.01.00.00 - Rules of Order - Board of County Commissioners - Hillsborough County, Florida 01.02.01.00 - Scheduling of Board of County Commissioners regular...
Real Property that serves no future use for the County may be declared surplus and sold. The methods of disposing of the County’s Surplus Property are outlined in the State Statute.  To submit a bid: 1. Print and complete the required documentation associated with the parcel,...
Description The purpose of this project is to acquire part of the former Dale Mabry Wastewater Treatment Plant site and develop the surplus land into a passive community park. This project will be produced in phases and will involve project development, design, and construction. Proposed park...
Telecommunication providers want to make sure that they have sufficient coverage to support all the communication needs for their users. Because of this, we established guidelines for placing communication facilities and towers on land that we own. How does an FCC-licensed wireless communications...