Our Mission: To deliver professional services to our community while promoting, protecting, and preserving the heritage, natural resources, and quality of life for future generations of our amazing city.
 

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS: 

Our New Mayor - Dr. Mel Jurado, Ph.D. will be sworn in as Mayor on 11/7/2017, during the regularly scheduled meeting of  the City Council.  Following the meeting, there will be a reception for the new mayor in the Public Works Department's break-room.
 
Hurricane Cleanup Efforts Continue - As of 10/13/2017, our Public Works cleanup crews have exceeded 1850+ tons of debris cleared thus far. The crews are currently working Monday through Saturday and four claw trucks are now deployed daily.  A map is available to check on the status of the cleanup efforts in your neighborhood. Irma cleanup progress map....

The map shows the City's four cleanup zones and provides information on the cleanup status and/or estimated dates of completion for cleanup in various areas.

Please call the Public Works Department at 813-506-6560 for more information on the cleanup efforts.
Irma Debris Clean-up Map


Town Hall Meeting - 10/19/2017, 7 pm at Riverhills Elementary, 405 S. Riverhills Drive. Town hall meetings offer residents the opportunity to have open forum discussions with City leaders. Parking is available in the lot on the east side of the school. The meeting will be in the cafeteria, guests are encouraged to enter from the east side. For more information, please call 506.6440.

School Support Committee  - 10/23/2017,  5 pm in the Council Chambers workroom.

Board of Adjustment - 10/26/2017, 7 pm in the Council Chambers at City Hall.

Special Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting - 11/1/2017, 5:30 pm at the Omar K. Lightfoot Recreation Center, 10901 North 56th Street. The short list of prospective developers will present their plans to develop the downtown area.

FEMA Assistance - The Federal Emergency Management Administration has representatives in the Temple Terrace area to assist homeowners with claims and to provide assistance to eligible homeowners. For more information, please visit:  https://www.disasterassistance.gov/get-assistance/find-assistance to complete the "Get Assistance Questionnaire" or visit https://www.fema.gov/hurricane-irma for a complete list of resources available to victims of Hurricane Irma. Residents can also call 800-621-3362.


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