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Hillsborough County, Fla. (Sept. 30, 2022) – Hillsborough County Water Resources is urging residents to minimize water use if your home or neighborhood has lost power. Water that goes down the drain collects in neighborhood pump stations, and without power impacted pump stations can and will...
Residents have a few options for sandbags that were used for the latest hurricane activation: Hillsborough County recommends residents store sandbags for reuse during possible future storms. Remember hurricane season officially ends Nov. 30. If you have those resources, store them in a dry...
Hurricane season is here, and there's a potential for hazardous storms. Stay safe and be prepared this season by signing up for HCFL Alert, Hillsborough County's official emergency notification system.  HCFL Alert is designed to keep residents informed about local emergencies, everyday events, and...
September is National Preparedness Month and marks the start of peak hurricane season. With a rapidly developing Tropical Storm Ian in the Caribbean, the time to prepare is now. If you are already prepared for a hurricane, continue to stay informed and remain vigilant. If you aren't prepared, act...
Announcement Due to significant changes in the evacuation map in 2022, your evacuation zone may have changed or you may be in an evacuation zone for the first time. Please check your evacuation zone. Though they are often mistaken for each other, Flood Zones and Evacuation Zones are two very...
Stormwater runoff is a major source of pollution flowing into our natural waterbodies. The Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners approved Fertilizer Ordinance 21-42, effective Nov. 17, 2021, that regulates fertilizers containing nitrogen and/or phosphorous and provides specific...
Hurricane Season began on June 1st. The existing COVID-19 pandemic will bring new challenges to a hurricane season predicted to have 40% more storm activity that a typical hurricane season. We had residents of Hillsborough County take a survey to give us an understanding of how they are preparing...
Hillsborough County Office of Emergency Management is prepared to help keep you and your family safe no matter what the disaster. However, it’s important that we all do our part to prepare for disaster. Whether the threat is man-made, or a natural hazard such as lightning, tornado, wildfire,...
Boat Ramp and Parking Boat ramp access point and parking are located at the western dead end of Cockroach Bay Road leads to mangrove islands and the Cockroach Bay Nature Preserve. Parking is along Cockroach Bay Road or 3839 Gulf City Road. A short hike and climb from the parking on Gulf City Road...
If you must evacuate to a shelter, be advised: Shelters are opened on an “as-needed” basis. Shelter openings may vary with each emergency. Never go to a shelter unless local officials have announced it is open The County operates 3 types of shelters during an emergency: ...