On Jan. 25, 1834, the U.S. Legislative Council for the Territory of Florida approved an act organizing Hillsborough as Florida’s 19th county. In 1845, Florida was granted statehood. At that time, Hillsborough County was a sprawling area that included what is now Pinellas, Polk, Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, DeSoto, Hardee and Highlands Counties, most of Glades County, and part of Lee County.
If your neighborhood is not gated, your sidewalks are maintained by Hillsborough County. Please report this safety concern.
Is the street light outside your home or down the street not working properly? Please report the pole number to be repaired.
Dog unleashed, expired vehicle tags, illegal parking on public streets? Homeowners can report violations anonymously to the county.
Curious of your scheduled trash and recycle days or wondering if they'll pick up during an upcoming holiday?
If your trash or recycling cart is damaged, you can request a repair or replace it.
The County restricts when the homeowners water their lawn. In order to receive a fine by the county, please see the below website.
Is your street tree damaging your sidewalk and you're thinking about replacing it? Please see below but don't forget to submit an ARC!
HCFL Alert is Hillsborough County’s official mass notification system. It is designed to keep you informed about emergencies and certain non-emergency events in the county.
Florida law allows up to $50,000 to be deducted from the assessed value of a primary / permanent residence!
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