Home ButtonNews & Events ButtonOrganizations ButtonResources ButtonContact Us Button

News

Twelve Oaks News

TOCA Meeting
Tuesday, May 15th at 7PM
Town ‘N Country Library
1st Floor Meeting Room A

Volunteers - A Gift to the CommunityHillsborough County Commissioner Sandy Murman, will recognize Twelve Oaks’ community volunteers at the May 15th TOCA General Membership meeting. Volunteers improve the quality of life for our residents by performing valuable public service projects and / or serving in various community organizations. Our community volunteers are not paid – not because they are worthless, but because they are PRICELESS! Twelve Oaks volunteers include: TOSD Trustees, TOCA Directors, Neighborhood Watch volunteers, our Webmaster, and residents who helped with the luminary distribution, holiday decorating, community picnic, and Dumpster Days (community clean-up).

Guest speaker, Preston Cook, Director of Emergency Management for Hillsborough County will discuss the County’s Emergency Management program and how the management team works to ensure we are ready to respond to hurricanes or any other type of disaster. We want all Twelve Oaks residents to be prepared this hurricane season by knowing your zone and having a plan. Following the presentation residents will have an opportunity to ask questions.

The event begins at 7:00 pm allowing time for volunteers and residents to enjoy the usual array of good food, desserts, and drinks. The minutes of the April 24th TOCA business meeting and the current treasurer’s report will be available. Drawings for door prizes will be held throughout the evening. TOCA meetings are open to all residents – homeowners and renters. We look forward to seeing you there.

Page divider

15th Annual Neighborhoods Conference - Creating Community
15th Annual Hillsborough County Neighborhoods Conference Saturday, May 12th Each year Hillsborough County's Neighborhoods Conference brings together residents, county officials and the business community for FREE educational workshops, exhibits and more. The Conference will be held at the Sheraton Tampa East, 10221 Princess Palm Ave. in Tampa from 7:30 am – 2:30 pm. The conference will feature a variety of workshops on building community and making neighborhoods stronger and more livable. Workshops are designed to help improve neighborhood safety, community aesthetics, develop effective communications with neighbors, help in understanding public and private resources that are available, and learn how to work with governments to improve the quality of life. Exhibit booths hosted by county departments and event sponsors will be set up for participants to visit. Registration is FREE and includes attendance at three workshops, access to exhibit booths, breakfast, an awards ceremony, and luncheon.

Twelve Oaks residents are invited and encouraged to participate in the Conference. For registration information call 813.272.5860.

Page divider

American flagsMemorial Day is our nation’s commemoration of the sacrifices made by those whose lives were put on the line for the freedoms we hold sacred. Whether our veterans survived their military service or were lost on the field of battle our country owes each of them and their families a debt of gratitude. This Memorial Day all Americans are asked to pause at 3 pm for a moment of reflection and think about those who died to preserve our liberties. The Moment of Remembrance serves to remind all Americans of the importance of remembering those who sacrificed for our freedom and what it means to be an American.

Twelve Oaks residents are encouraged to fly the American flag Memorial Day, May 28th.

Page divider

Winners Grill logoThe Twelve Oaks' Ladies Social Group will meet for lunch at the new Winners Grill located at 6254 Gunn Hwy. (in front of Walmart) on Monday, May 21st at 11:30 am. Please join us! Invite a neighbor, relative, or friend.

Interested? Contact Marsha at 886.7323 or Rosemarie at 885.5753.

Page divider

Welcome New Neighbors:
Welcome mat
  • Raquel Lee & family - 7201 Fairford
  • Dawn Fair - 6813 Twelve Oaks
  • Juan Carlos Hernandez & Yaremis Medina - 6831 Mitchell

Page divider

Think Before You ThrowLitter destroys the beauty of any community and it’s everyone’s problem. Even notices taped to street signs or nailed onto trees are considered litter and are unsightly. If you’re out walking and you see litter please pick it up and throw it into a trash receptacle. We are asking residents to consider adopting one or two islands and removing litter from them. Help us maintain a well-kept neighborhood and keep Twelve Oaks beautiful.

Page divider

Trash cartsTalking Trash - Questions & Answers
  • My garbage was not picked up, who do I call?
    Contact Republic Waste, our franchise collector, at 813.265.0292 or you can contact the Hillsborough County Public Works Department, Solid Waste Management Division at 813.272.5680.
  • What if the cart needs repair?
    Contact Republic Waste, our franchise collector, at 813.265.0292. The Franchise Collector will repair or replace a roll cart within three days from the date of request for repair, or on your next garbage collection day. Having problems? Contact: Solid Waste Management Division at 813.272.5680.
  • What if my cart is stolen, lost, or missing?
    Contact Republic Waste, our franchise collector, at 813.265.0292. A Sheriff’s report will be filed, and they will deliver a replacement roll cart within three days from the date of notification or on your next garbage collection day.
  • How much yard waste is acceptable for curbside collection?
    You may set out up to twelve (12) 30-gallon containers of yard waste (branches, limbs, grass clippings, shrubbery, etc.) cut to 4-ft. lengths and no more than 6 in. in diameter, neatly stacked, bundled, and/or bagged, for collection. The weight of each container, bundle, bag, or item must not exceed 50 lbs. Place yard waste at the curb away from the garbage cart (i.e. - on the opposite side of the driveway.)
  • What kinds of garbage can I put in the garbage cart?
    All household garbage items must be placed in the cart. If it’s not in the cart, it WILL NOT be picked up! Mattresses, furniture, toilets, old TV’s, etc. WILL NOT be picked up. It is recommended that garbage items be bagged and tied first, then placed in the roll cart. This practice will keep your container cleaner and minimize odors. Do not load your container with ashes or coals, recyclable items, household hazardous chemicals or medical waste, tires, paint, or any yard waste such as bagged or loose grass, leaves or small branches.
  • How do I dispose of garbage that will not fit in my 95-gallon roll cart?
    Bulky items that do not fit in your cart can be disposed of at the County Community Collection Center located on Linebaugh at no additional charge. Or, you can contact Republic Waste to request a Special Collection Service. There is a fee for this service.
  • If I move, should I take my carts with me?
    No. The roll carts should remain at the address they were delivered.
For more information about solid waste collection services and programs, call 813.272.5680.

Trash carts
  • Important Messsage: ALL garbage and recyclables MUST BE INSIDE the carts provided by the County. Cardboard boxes, furniture, garbage bags, etc. left at the curb WILL NOT be picked up! Yard waste must be in a container or in plastic bags and tree debris must be cut and either bundled together or put in a container.

Page divider

BudgetTwelve Oaks Special District - 2018-19 Budget: Trustees of the Twelve Oaks Special District (TOSD) are committed to helping homeowners understand how their tax dollars are allocated. Homeowners are invited to be involved in the budget process and to share their priorities with the Board of Trustees.

The proposed assessment per home for the 2018-19 fiscal year is to remain $120.00. These funds pay for functions and services that are not paid by Hillsborough County tax assessments. In a typical fiscal year your elected Trustees use these monies to pay for maintenance of the wall, grounds (common areas), and the water in our ponds. These monies also pay for property damage, security patrols, water, electrical power, and street sweeping throughout the subdivision. In addition to normal operating expenses, the District undertakes numerous other projects to improve the quality of life in our neighborhood.

The Proposed Budget Hearing for the 2018-19 fiscal year was held at the April 11th TOSD meeting and the proposed assessment per home is to remain $120.00. The Board will review the budget at the May 9th and June 13th TOSD meetings and a final vote will take place at the July 11th meeting. TOSD meetings are held in the Town ‘N Country Library 2nd Floor Conference Room at 7:00 pm. Homeowners are urged to attend. You can review the budget in this issue of the Acorn and at www.TwelveOaksOnline.com.

Page divider

Join Us

2018 TOCA Membership

Thank you to residents who received and responded to the “mail-out”. A special thank you to those who not only paid their $10 dues but made an additional donation to TOCA. We appreciate your support. Dumpster Day, the Garage Sale, holiday events & decorations, doggie bags & dispensers, trash receptacles, quarterly informative meetings, and our award-winning monthly newsletter are a few of the many worthwhile activities led and supported by TOCA. Your support keeps your Twelve Oaks community a cleaner, safer, friendlier place to live and raise a family. A strong association supported by its residents adds value to homes in our community.

If you have not joined or renewed your membership for 2018 and would like to pay using PayPal, simply go to TOCA page, and follow the prompts. If you prefer, download, complete and mail the 2018 TOCA Membership Application along with your check made out to TOCA at P.O. Box 261012 Tampa, FL, 33685. Please include your email address and phone number as they are very important and make it possible for the association to communicate important information to residents in a timely manner.

2018 Memberships received through April 10th:

  • Amber - 9 homes – 4 members
  • Armand Cr - 46 homes - 41 members
  • Armand Dr - 10 homes – 5 members
  • Barry - 38 homes – 19 members
  • Brookhaven - 17 homes – 8 members
  • Brook Hollow - 10 homes - 3 members
  • Brookview - 49 homes – 19 members
  • Clearview - 33 homes – 8 members
  • Edenbrook - 16 homes – 8 members
  • Edenbrook - 16 homes – 8 members
  • Fairbrook - 5 homes – 2 members
  • Fairford - 8 homes – 6 members
  • Forestview - 5 homes – 2 members
  • Greenshire - 53 homes – 23 members
  • Heather - 13 homes – 4 members
  • Heathermoor - 11 homes – 6 members
  • Kirkwood - 21 homes – 5 members
  • Malvern - 58 homes – 10 members
  • Mayfair - 18 homes – 7 members
  • Meadow - 45 homes – 16 members
  • Mitchell - 40 homes – 17 members
  • Nova - 23 homes – 5 members
  • Oakmoor - 3 homes – 3 members
  • Oakview - 26 homes – 11 members
  • Oakvista - 50 homes – 24 members
  • Overbrook - 12 homes – 7 members
  • Palmbrook - 35 homes – 4 members
  • Rustic - 31 homes – 7 members
  • Seton - 15 homes – 4 members
  • Shady - 14 homes – 7 members
  • Spring Ct - 6 homes – 3 members
  • Summerbridge - 41 homes – 21 members
  • Sunshine - 27 homes – 8 members
  • Twelve Oaks - 100 homes – 43 members
  • Vassar - 37 homes – 14 members
  • Williams - 24 homes – 8 members
  • Willow – 9 homes – 5 members
  • Windwood - 14 homes - 9 members
  • Woodhall - 11 homes – 6 members
  • Woodkirk - 11 homes – 5 members

Page divider

Did You Know?
  • The first house in Twelve Oaks was completed in 1972 and the last house was built in 1978. Twelve Oaks had three builders and there are more than 30 different models.
  • The Wynn family has lived in their home on Barry Road since 1972, longer than any other current resident.
  • When developed, Twelve Oaks was without twelve oak trees. Early resident, Glinton Darien, contacted developer Jim Shimberg, who donated them during phase one construction.
  • The Twelve Oaks Swim and Tennis Club was located on Armand Drive across from Woodkirk and Woodhall Drive. As years passed and families built pools of their own, membership dwindled. Eventually, the facility fell into disrepair, requiring costly improvements. Unable to fund the necessary repairs the club went into foreclosure and was sold in 1985.
  • During the seventies several Buccaneer players and coaches made their homes in Twelve Oaks, including Mark Cotney, Wayne Fontes, Joe Gibbs, Doug Williams, Steve Spurrier, Bill Muir, and Don Hardeman.
  • Streetlights were installed in 1978.
  • Twelve Oaks Homeowners Association was established in1979 and became TOCA in 1984 to include renters. TOSD was established in 1983 to fund the construction of the wall.
  • The first newsletter was hand delivered by volunteers in 1979. The Acorn has been published monthly and delivered to every home for 40 years.
  • Membership in TOCA has remained at $10.00 per household/per year since 1979.
  • Neighborhood Watch was established in 1982. The neighborhood patrol began in 2000.
  • The first Garage Sale took place in October 1984.
  • Twelve Oaks was originally a fenced community. The wall construction began in 1987 and the final phase (Palmbrook area) was completed in 1995.
  • Traffic Calming Speed Tables and Medians were installed in 1998.
  • The feasibility of gating our community was thoroughly investigated in the 1990's and into 2000 and is deemed a closed issue.
  • Twelve Oaks’ first website was established in early 2000.
  • The Twelve Oaks logo was changed and new entrance signs were installed in 2001.
  • TOCA purchased and installed flags at Twelve Oaks entrances in 2002.
  • TOCA purchased and installed doggie-bag dispensers and trash receptacles starting in 2004.
  • Street sweeping began in 2005.
  • Twelve Oaks Tampa, our Group Facebook page, was started in 2015.
  • Twelve Oaks has won County awards for Best Newsletter, Most Successful Special Event, Best Website, and Best Crime Prevention Program.
Page divider

“No Parking On The Sidewalk”
Warning: This Statute Will Be Enforced by the HCSO

No Parking on the Sidewalk signAll residents are asked to comply with the Florida Law that addresses the issue of parking over a sidewalk. The objective is to see that all sidewalks are unobstructed so that pedestrians including children on their way to and from school as well as the impaired can traverse the sidewalks safely. There is a Florida Statute that prohibits the parking of motor vehicles on the sidewalk. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office will enforce this statute and they will be writing citations to those who continue to park on the sidewalk and ignore the law. Please show respect for your neighbors and heed this notice.

Florida Statutes Title XXIII, Motor Vehicles Chapter 316 State Uniform Traffic Control

Florida Statute 316.1945 – Stopping, standing, or parking prohibited in specified places.

(1) Except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic, or in compliance with law or the directions of a police officer or official traffic control device, no person shall:
  (a) Stop, stand, or park a vehicle:
    1.On the roadway side of any vehicle stopped or parked at the edge or curb of a street.
    2.On a sidewalk.

Sec. 37-37. Civil penalties. (a) Any person who parks or stands a vehicle in violation of the provisions of this article shall be guilty of a non-criminal violation and shall be assessed a civil penalty of $30.00.

5.31.3 - Where Parking is not Allowed
  • On the roadway side of another parked vehicle (double parking).
  • On crosswalks.
  • On sidewalks.
  • In bicycle lanes.
  • In front of driveways.
  • By curbs painted yellow or where “No Parking” signs are posted.
  • Within intersections.
  • Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant.
  • Within 20 feet of an intersection.
  • Within 20 feet of the entrance to a fire, ambulance or rescue squad station.
  • Within 50 feet of a railroad crossing.
  • On the hard surface of a highway where parking spaces are not marked.
  • On any bridge or overpass or in any tunnel.
  • Within 30 feet of a rural mail box on a state highway between 8 am and 6 pm.
  • Within 30 feet of any flashing signal, stop sign or traffic signal.
  • In such a way that you block or create a hazard for other vehicles.

To view the entire statute visit: http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0300-0399/0316/0316.html

Page divider

Snipe signsWarning About Posting Signs: According to Hillsborough County Code Enforcement, SIGNS in any residential area are prohibited, with a few exceptions. Exceptions include realtor signs, subdivision meeting or recognition signs, street signs, and governmental informational signs. Snipe signs (such as “For Sale or For Rent by Owner” or “Garage Sale”) nailed, stapled, or taped to utility equipment or trees or placed in public areas (such as our entrances, street corners, islands, and The Greenway) are prohibited. Never staple or nail signs of any kind to trees because doing so will damage a tree and eventually cause a tree to die. Residents who tape ‘lost pet or found pet’ signs to trees or poles are asked to remove the signs and tape once the animal is found or after 7 days if the animal is not found. These signs are difficult to read after a few days and they certainly are not an added attraction to our neighborhood when they are not completely removed. If a pet is lost send details to our community Webmaster at TwelveOaksOnline@gmail.com and to Nwatch@gmail.com, and you can post on Facebook, Twelve Oaks Tampa. Also contact Animal Resources at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/residents/animals-and-pets

Page divider

Social MediaTwelve Oaks in Social Media: Twelve Oaks Tampa is a Group Facebook page designed to connect our residents with neighbors and the surrounding community. Members can use this group to exchange information, learn more about the community, and interact with neighbors and local businesses. Search for ‘Twelve Oaks Tampa’ on Facebook and request to join our group today. This is a handy way to keep tabs on special events, lost/found pets, and general neighborhood information. You are also encouraged to visit our community website – www.TwelveOaksOnline.com for all community news.

Page divider

Thank You on a road signThank You and Congratulations To The Winners! A special thank to the businesses that contributed these wonderful door prizes for the February 28th TOCA meeting. Donors, prizes, and resident winners were:
  • Publix, Twelve Oaks Plaza, for their donation of the large tray of cubanitos served to attendees
  • Jeff Berg, Realtor (Coldwell Banker)
    • $25 Panera Bread gift card to Vivien Keen
  • Kuchi Sushi & Hibachi, Anderson Rd.
    • $15 gift card to Julie Hirst
  • Village Inn, Hillsborough Ave.
    • $25 Panera Bread gift card to Heather Hale
  • Jamaica Jamaica - Island Cuisine, Waters Ave.
    • $20 gift card to Susan Stringfellow
  • Florida Aquarium
    • 2 Free Adult Tickets to Hilbert Valdez
  • Outback Steakhouse, Sheldon Rd.
    • $30 gift card to Sarah Richards
The generosity of these businesses and individuals certainly demonstrates their dedication to the community of Twelve Oaks. Thank Them By Supporting Them!

Page divider

Man mowing lawn
Grass & weeds too tall?
Guess what? It’s Time To Mow.

Page divider

Christmas lightsChristmas was last December, Easter is April 1st, and Mother’s Day will be here before you know it! A few of our residents have forgotten to take down their Christmas lights and decorations. Please do it now.

Page divider

Sprinkler systemWater Restrictions - Twelve Oaks residents are reminded that water restrictions are in effect. It’s easy to remember your watering days. Just follow the guide below:
  • Monday and/or Thursday — addresses ending in 0,1, 2, or 3
  • Tuesday and/or Friday — addresses ending in 4, 5, or 6
  • Wednesday and/or Saturday — addresses ending in 7, 8, or 9 and locations with no addresses (common areas, entry areas).
Remember: Water before 8 am, or after 6 pm. ($500 fines enforced if you are caught violating restrictions.)

Top of Page
 

Town 'N Country News

School NewsSchool News: Morgan Woods Elementary School - Activities for students this last month of school include the Annual Spring Concert, the Book Fair, PTA’s Spring Fling, a Multicultural Fair, and the 5th Grade Banquet.

Important dates for parents to remember:
  • May 8 – 12: Book Fair
  • May 9: Volunteer Breakfast
  • May 10: Spring Concert
  • May 11:
    • 5th Grade Patrol Picnic
    • PTA Spring Fling
  • May 18 – Multicultural Fair
  • May 23 – 5th Grade Banquet
  • May 25 – Last Day of School
Questions? Contact the school office at 872.5369.

Page divider

SeniorsThe Town 'N Country Senior Center provides stimulating activities, health and wellness, educational programs, opportunities for socialization and nutritious meals in an enriched environment for active adults and senior citizens. The Center, located on the first floor of the Town ‘N Country Library, is open from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. (NOTE: The Center will be closed Monday, May 28th for Memorial Day.)

Seniors can learn about Medicare, how to manage prescriptions, and the importance of having blood pressure checks. All are part of the center's mission to focus on active adults and healthy living. Spanish, Italian, French, ESOL (English), and Sign Language classes are offered. Zumba, Yoga, Tai Chi, low-impact kick boxing, walking, and exercise classes including cardio fitness are scheduled. On any given day, guests could be working out in classes or alone in the fitness center, watching movies, participating in Karaoke Club, Rummikub Club, Busy Hands (crochet, knit and sew), art classes, playing billiards, bridge, bingo, mahjongg, or pinochle. Computers are available and the Center provides computer training. Seniors learn about Medicare, how to manage prescriptions, good nutrition, and the importance of having blood pressure checks.

Special programs and events in May include:
  • May 8: 11:40 am – Nutrition Education – Navigating the New Food Label
  • May 10: 2:00 pm – Book of the Month Club
  • May 11: 1:00 pm – Mother’s Day Luncheon ($8.00)
  • May 15: 1:00 pm – Arm Chair Travel to Somewhere Special
  • May 21: 12:00 pm – Skin Cancer – presentation by Moffitt Cancer Center
  • May 22: 11:40 am – Wellness Presentation: Changes to Nutrition Facts Label
  • May 24: 9:30 pm – Field Trip to River Walk Restaurants, Shops, and Entertainment
  • May 25: 1:30 pm – Memorial Day Remembrance and Monthly Birthday Celebration
  • May 30: 8:45 am – National Senior Health and Fitness Day Walk
For a complete calendar of events or additional information about the Town ‘N Country Senior Center call 873.6336.

Page divider

Town 'N Country LibraryVisit the Town ‘N Country Library: Book discussions, English conversational skills, computer classes, used book sales, activities for toddlers, teens and adults, and more are offered at our local library. (NOTE The Library will be closed Monday, May 28 for Memorial Day.)

Programs offered for adults in May include Sahaja Meditation every Saturday at 10:30 am and Walk-In Tech Help Mondays, May 7th and 21st at 2:00 pm.

There are exciting programs scheduled in May for children in grades 1 – 5.
  • Strange Animals - Tuesday, May 8th at 2:45 pm children in Grades K-5 can learn about some of the strangest and most unusual animals on Earth and what makes them the way they are.
  • Block Party! - Thursday, May 10th at 3:15 pm and Saturday, May 12th, they can use Lego building blocks and enjoy a fun, interactive, and creative afternoon. The library will provide the Lego blocks — kids provide the imagination!
  • Sewer Stew - Do disgusting things flow and crocodiles live in the sewer? Tuesday, May 22nd children in grades K-5 will learn about Sewer Stew and wade through this underground system with fun facts and do a hands-on activity.
  • You Wouldn't Want To Live In Ancient Egypt will be offered Tuesday, May 29th. Children in grades K-5 can find out what it was really like to live in the time of Pharaohs and mummies. Inspired by the series "You Wouldn't Want to…" by the publisher Franklin Watts.
Other programs for May include:
  • You Are Here: The 60's - Thursday, May 17th at 4:00 pm students in grades 6–12 can “hang ten and catch a wave to the 60s”. Learn about the bands, movies, and games teens enjoyed back in the days of tie-dye, Woodstock, Motown and more.
  • Steam Saturday takes place May 19th at 1:30 pm, and the whole family will be able to enjoy a fun afternoon of science and art. Participants will have an opportunity to perform a science experiment or even create something new!
  • Monday, May 21st from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Florida Licensing On Wheels brings the following motorist services directly to the customer: first time licenses, convert out of state license, renewals, replacements for lost or stolen license, address/name changes, ID cards, reinstatements, emergency contact information registration, vehicle registration renewals, disabled parking placard issuance and renewals. Fees may vary. Visit the GatherGoGet website (gathergoget.com) for a complete listing of documents needed.
  • Tuesday, May 24th at 5:00 pm, teens in grades 6-12 will enjoy Live-Action Chess: Heroes vs. Villains. This classic board game battle of strategy and tactics goes big, where the players become the pieces! Come in costume as your favorite hero or villain and see if good or evil reigns supreme!
The Friends of the Town 'N Country Regional Library Bargain Street Book Store is open at all times that the Library is open with books at bargain prices. For information on these and other library activities visit the Town ‘N Country Regional Public Library website, click on Schedule of Events or call 813.801.6722.

Top of Page

News At Large

Senior Citizen DiscountsSeniors – Apply for this Special Break Before May 12thOnce you turn 65 years of age, Hillsborough Public Utilities Department offers a 25% senior citizen's discount for the solid waste disposal assessment to residential customers who qualify. To qualify for the Senior Citizen Discount, you must be at least 65 years of age by January 1, 2019. You must own and live in your home and your home must be located in unincorporated Hillsborough County. The reduced fee is reflected every year, in November, on your Ad Valorem Tax Bill. You can obtain the application form from the Solid Waste Management Department at 272.6680 and press #1. You must apply on or before May 12, 2018 to receive the discount on your annual billing cycle in November 2018. You only need to apply for the discount one time.

Page divider

811 Know what's below.  Call before you dig.A Message From Tampa Electric: Utility lines can easily be damaged by planting trees, installing fences, etc. Avoid potential service interruptions for you and your neighbors. Call 811 two full business days before you begin your project to have utility lines marked for free. Digging on a Saturday? Call 811 by Thursday. For additional information visit sunshine811.com or tampaelectric.com/callbeforeyoudig.

Page divider

Drug take back boxThe Hillsborough County Drug Take-Back Initiative has installed a permanent drug take-back box just inside the door of the Hillsborough County Sheriffs District 3 Office located at 7202 Gunn Highway. Items Accepted:
  • pill bottles
  • patches
  • powders
  • sealed liquids
  • inhalers
  • drugs prescribed by veterinarians

Page divider

Hillsborough County InformationFor County Services, Who Do You Call? Contact Hillsborough County at 272.5900, a one-stop county service and information center! The center provides comprehensive information and referral to all government, health, and social services in the community. It coordinates government service requests and handles complaints quickly and courteously. This office works with all county departments to ensure you receive accurate and timely responses.

Hillsborough County Information – 272.5900 – Se Habla Espano

Top of Page

website counter