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House Bill 1159 bans the regulation of dangerous trees on residential property by local government, but that doesn't give property owners free range to trim, prune, or remove trees as they please. Here are the facts about the Private Property Rights Protection Act, which went into effect July 1,...
Outside voices, computer games, and swimsuits are giving way to school bells, homework, and classroom-appropriate attire. The first day of public school is Monday, Aug. 12. Take steps now to help smooth the transition back to campus. Here are six things to keep in mind: Head Start and Early...
Residents of the Twelve Oaks community made the most of their Community Cleanup award from Hillsborough County. During a community-wide sprucing up, they stuffed trash into five tractor-trailer size steel containers provided by the County. About 60 Publix employees volunteered to help, and there...
Hillsborough County seniors and young teens mingled recently in Gardenville, telling stories, sharing mementos, and even showing off a few dance steps. The cross-generation gathering, in which senior adults met with summer camp kids, was a collaboration of the County's Aging Services and Parks...
Join us for a relaxing sunset and starlight paddle at E.G. Simmons Conservation Park in Ruskin. We will paddle out to the shallow tidal flats of Tampa Bay to watch the sunset over the City of St. Petersburg's skyline. As we float across the flats, it's not uncommon to catch glimpses of dolphins,...
"I feel safe." That is the first thing that comes to mind to Thomas Abbot, one of Cedar Pointe's newest residents, when he thinks about what Cedar Pointe means to him. Cedar Pointe, a 10-year-long relationship between Hillsborough County and Tampa Housing Authority, started in 2009 when Affordable...
Due to popular demand, CELM Dept. has prioritized marking public trails on ELAPP nature preserves - and we need your help! On the second Saturday of every month, from 8 AM to Noon, CELM staff will lead a volunteer trail marking orientation and work day. We will trim trails, paint blazes, and...
The Cockroach Bay Ecosystem Restoration Project represents one of the largest, most complex coastal ecosystem restoration projects ever developed for Tampa Bay. The 20-year restoration project was initiated and managed by the Hillsborough County and the Southwest Florida Water Management...
More than 1,000 fires are started by pets each year, and an estimated 500,000 pets are affected annually by residential fires. You know what to do for yourself and your family in case of fire, but do you know what to do when it comes to your pet? Here are some fire safety tips from Hillsborough...