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.

Dangerous Tree Removed


After trying for over 3 years to get a dangerous tree removed, one of our neighbors (in his 90's) asked the HTNA for help. We contacted the city and also got the run around. Well we did not take "next year" for an answer and continued to ask the city for help on behalf of one of our elderly members. The city came through and removed the tree about a week later!

Membership Drive

Hello Hampton Terrace residents! We would like to thank each and every one of you for being such great neighbors and for helping make Hampton Terrace one of the best neighborhoods in all of Tampa to live in!

So many wonderful things occur in our neighborhood every year! Have you seen our very own Lake Roberta lately? After years of neglect, the HTNA and several of its residents have shown just what a bit of hard work and determination can do. The HTNA, working with the City, transformed this once clogged, overgrown, polluted pond into a vibrant, clear, clean neighborhood lake teeming with fish, turtles and wildlife. We have seen so many of you walking, jogging or biking along the lake. It’s a great place to meet your neighbors. Also, the ducks love living here as much as we do thanks to the now clean lake and plenty of goodies supplied by so many of you!

City of Tampa Household Chemical and Electronics Collection to Be Held

Upcoming collection day is Saturday, April 11, 2015

Tampa, Fla. (March 30, 2015) – The 2015 City of Tampa Household Chemical and Electronics Collection event for residential customers will be held on Saturday, April 11, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Tampa Fire and Police Academy, 116 S. 34th Street Tampa FL 33605. This free event provides residential customers with the opportunity to safely dispose of unwanted chemicals and electronics.

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