The Hampton Terrace Neighborhood Association is a volunteer organization in the Hampton Terrace subdivision of Seminole Heights, dedicated to the commitment of making Hampton Terrace the safest, most friendly, neighborly, and enjoyable area in all of the city of Tampa to reside or work in.


 Dear Hampton Terrace neighbors,
In 2014,  after years of contacting the City of Tampa about the dilapidated conditions of the roads here in Hampton Terrace, the City paved the southern streets here in HT with the promise that the remainder of streets would be paved in 2015. As you may have guessed, the funding was slashed and the paving project was shelved.

Hillsborough Couty Opens Up Distibution Sites for County Residents

Hampton Terrace Neighbors,

Hillsborough County has opened three drive-up Points of Distribution (PODs) where residents impacted by Hurricane Irma can receive water, nonperishable food, and “shelf-stable” meals that can be made quickly. The PODs are open today, (Friday, Sept. 15) until 7 p.m., and again on Saturday (Sept. 16) and Sunday (Sept. 17) from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Locations are:
• Al Lopez Park, 4810 N. Himes Ave. in Tampa
• Church of God Wimauma Convention Center, 5408 State Road 674 in Wimauma

City of Tampa Opens Community Assistance Centers to Help Tampa Residents Affected by Hurricane Irma

Hampton Terrace please share!

Tampa, Fla. (September 15, 2017) – The City of Tampa will open Community Assistance Centers to help Tampa residents affected by Hurricane Irma. The Housing and Community Development staff will be available to assist area residents in making an application to FEMA for assistance. We will also have limited funding to assist homeowners with their storm related home repair needs. We are gathering resource information that we can also provide with meal locations, contacts for volunteers, etc.

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