Code Compliance Neighborhood Inspection Program – The Temple Terrace Code Compliance Department conducts annual “neighborhood sweeps,” temporarily shifting code enforcement officers from their assigned zones to focus on specific areas of the city. The central west neighborhoods (Zone 6) including the communities bounded by Fowler Avenue to the north, Druid Hills to the south, N. Riverhills Drive to the west and Davis Road to the east have been selected for inspection, beginning Thursday, July 25, and continuing through the end of the week. These inspections will take place between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Code enforcement officers will be in the neighborhood, verifying that dwellings, accessory structures, yards and vehicles are consistent with City Code standards. Officers will not walk onto property to inspect it. If a violation is observed from the right-of-way, a courtesy notice will be left at the residence identifying the item(s) of concern.
Website Accessibility - The City of Temple Terrace is in the process of assessing our website’s accessibility, and will be undertaking efforts to identify and address areas needing improvement. If you encounter difficulties navigating this site or accessing its contents, email our ADA Coordinator or call 813.506.6404. View our Accessibility Statement.
Coyotes - There has been an increased number of coyote sightings in the Temple Terrace area. If you have small pets, please educate yourself about the necessary precautions that should be taken to keep them safe. Report aggressive behavior to The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at 863.648.3200 or, after hours, at 888.404.3922. Read more information about living with coyotes.
Hurricane Season - Hurricane Season officially began June 1. Prepare now - before the storm hits. Check out these hurricane tips from TECO Energy to make sure your family is ready before a storm threatens our area.
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We Live Local - Florida’s cities, towns and villages are unique centers of economic, social and cultural energy. However, according to the Florida League of Cities (FLC), special interests are hijacking our hometowns and now, more than ever, citizens need to understand what’s at stake. We Live Local is an FLC campaign to educate Floridians about local self-government, or Home Rule, which gives municipalities the flexibility to address unique local needs with local solutions. Read more about the We Live Local initiative.