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Coronavirus Updates

For comprehensive information regarding the City’s ongoing response to the pandemic, please click here.

Highlights

Face Coverings 

Corona MaskFace coverings are required in all County businesses, including those in Temple Terrace. Free cloth face coverings are available in packs of five for pick-up at the Temple Terrace Public Library, 202 Bullard Parkway, M-F between 10am and 4pm until supplies are depleted. One pack per person please. Please call 813.506.6406 if you need assistance. A limited supply of masks are available to the Temple Terrace business community. For more information, email gpauley@templeterrace.com. 

Recycling

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The City of Temple Terrace is accepting paper and cardboard only at curbside. Metals and plastics should be taken to receptacles located throughout the City for recycling. Place glass in your regular trash to be taken to a waste-to-energy facility. Click here for more information about the City’s revised Recycling program.

City Facilities

City HallThe Temple Terrace Public Library and Family Recreation Complex / Fitness Center with new, temporary hours and precautions. Click here for more information about rules and schedules. Omar K Lightfoot Center, Public Works and City Hall remain closed to the public. Staff are available to answer questions via phone or email between 8am and 5pm. View phone directory. City Council meetings are open to the public on a limited capacity, first come, first served basis. Those wishing to attend the meeting must agree to have their temperatures checked before being admitted to City Hall and wear face coverings at all times. Enter via the door on the 56th Street side.

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Business Resources

Governor’s Executive Order

In other news...

close up of a 2020 census form2020 CENSUS  –  More than 62% of the households in the US have responded. In Temple Terrace, our response rate is slightly higher than the national average at slightly more than 63%. There’s still time to shape the future for our community. Complete the Census now online, by phone or by mail. For more info, go to 2020Census.gov.  Learn more about the Census, why your response is important, as well as other information about confidentiality.