At Your Service
: At Your Service allows you to make a Hillsborough County online service requests 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week. Your request will be routed directly to the team responsible for providing that service. Requests are monitored during regular business hours. You can report County issues such as sidewalk repair, street flooding, sinkholes, missing street signs, code violations etc.).
The Community Center uses weather bug to monitor the weather. Residents are encouraged to monitor the weather before coming to the pool. If Lighting is seen or Thunder is heard these are some of the reason the Community Center will close down the pool.
Florida Fish and Wildlife
: Please use this link to report any issue regarding fish or wildlife. This link can be used to report issue with Sandhill Crane.
Report a Street Light Outage
: Please use this link to report a street light outage by submitting the completed form, including your name and telephone number. If you're reporting a hazardous condition, call Tampa Electric at (813) 223-0800
Summerfield Pond Map:
If you are having issues in your pond, please contact the Community Center either by completing the Contact Us form or calling 813-671-2005. Please let us know which pond number you need to have addressed (please refer to the pond map for the pond number).
Informed Delivery by USPS
: Sign up with the post office to digitally preview your mail and manage your packages. Informed Delivery allows you to view greyscale images of the exterior, address side of letter-sized mail pieces and track packages in one convenient location.
Hillsborough County Water Restrictions
: View the County map showing the irrigation restrictions, review the permitted irrigation days for residential and commercial properties, and learn water conservation tips. For questions about Hillsborough County's water use restrictions, call the Water Conservation Team at (813) 663-3295.
Flood plain information and Flood Insurance information
- Hillsborough County is a participating community in the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA’s) National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Furthermore, since October of 1992, the County has taken advantage of the opportunity to participate in the NFIP’s Community Rating System, or CRS. The CRS program incentivizes communities to go above and beyond minimum standards to implement best practices that better protect the community from flooding. Please read the attached information Hillsborough County has provided so you can prepare for the upcoming season and get flood insurance before it is too late.