Please consider attending this event and sharing your opinions. From the press release:
The Tampa Bay Area Regional Transit Authority (TBARTA) is currently working on a Regional Rapid Transit (RRT) project, a 41-mile Bus Rapid Transit that will travel between Wesley Chapel and downtown St. Petersburg, primarily along the I-275 corridor.
You are invited to join us for a dynamic and interactive charrette to discuss and help us define your vision for RRT stations. You were personally selected to be part of this event and we value your participation.
This interactive workshop will bring together members of our community as we begin to plan the stations along the RRT project corridor. We’ll provide a brief introduction to the project and then get right into the activities. As part of this charrette, you will work in small groups to discuss your vision for each station, including community context, access, and station amenities (such as shelters, facilities, parking, etc.). This is a three-hour event and a critical part of our planning. We sincerely hope you’ll stay for its entirety, as your participation is important.
Space at the small group tables is limited, therefore please RSVP by emailing Ariana Grant at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than February 26, 2020.
If anyone knows who owns these cars please tell them they need to move them from the Brew Bus Parking Lot ASAP or they will be towed bc they’re in the no parking area for Heights Unites. ... See MoreSee Less
Did you get your tickets to Heights Unites this Saturday?! Attendees will have an opportunity to vote for the next 9 stormwater inlet murals to be commissioned in South Seminole Heights!
Make sure to get your ticket at www.HeightsUnites.com to take part in the selection process for art in our community!
Did we also mention: - Bike Valet - 13 Local and Regional Bands - 22 Exhibiting Artist - $5 Tito’s cocktails all day long - Curated Menu by Heights Meat Market - Seminole Heights Merchandise - A Perfect Weather Forecast ... See MoreSee Less
Represented SSHCA earlier tonight at Broward Elementary's Black History Celebration...was a full house and a real 'show'...really good...all put on by the kids, with a little staff help..... singing, dancing, reading poetry...we saw 'The Supremes,' 'The Jackson 5,' Beyonce, Maya Angelo, Rosa Parks and more...and they topped it off with take-home soul food!! ... See MoreSee Less
The docks at Rivercrest Park are being removed. Thanks to local residents Ethan Green for the photos.
We’ve reached out to Parks and Recreation and they have stated the following:
“Due to the safety concerns related to the dock we were able to secure funds to have the docks removed, however, the replacement of those docks is not part of this funding source. We will be monitoring any funding availability that may occur at the conclusion of two active dock/boat ramp replacement projects for use at Rivercrest. If sufficient funds are not available at the conclusion of these projects, we will be requesting additional funding in FY21 to complete a new dock project at the park. Rest assured, this project is a high priority of this department.” ... See MoreSee Less
I’ve always said, why add on to your house if you can’t afford to maintain what you have. Not immediately replacing theses dock is shameful.
What’s it been....3 years to rebuild the docks in SH when the parks downtown get millions....smh
We have a pizza delivery guys use the boat docks to hand us our pizza once, while we were floating on the river.
Thanks for the update...what a shame! If it was going to take the city as long as it did to tear it down, why would they not have secured funding to replace it while we waited for them to tear it down?! Sigh. #fail
At least there going to replace them instead of removing them and never have new ones put in.
Thanks for keeping your promise, Councilman Guido Maniscalco! ☀️
2/ UPDATE They are getting the tear down done fast
All riverfront parks should be funded. Even more the neighborhood parks
In January, the City of Tampa Department of Planning & Development launched Homeowner’s Night to help homeowners successfully take on their residential construction projects. Eight (8) clients took advantage of this opportunity to meet with staff from Construction Services; Planning, Urban Design and Land Coordination; Historic Preservation and Natural Resources to discuss or start permitting their residential project.
Homeowner’s Night is held at the City’s Development Services Center at 1400 North Boulevard on the 3rd Tuesday of each month (excluding holidays) from 5 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The next Homeowner’s Night is February 18.
Learn everything you need to complete your residential project. If you’re ready to file a permit, staff will be available to help you. It is easy to file a permit for your residential construction project and our plan examiners, inspectors and staff are here to help you make it a huge success. Find out all you need to know in a casual, friendly setting - no appointment needed.
3rd Tuesday of the MonthWorking on a home improvement project? Can’t make it to the Development Services Center during regular business hours?In 2020, the Department of Planning & Development is offering Homeowner's Night on the 3rd Tuesday of each month (excluding holidays). The Development Servi...
Neighbors! We have Heights Unites Music & Arts Festival yard signs to help spread the word about the event on 2/22/20.
We are looking for neighbors who would be willing to place a sign in their yard or at their business in the heights, especially if it is along busier streets.
We would offer a $5 discount to the event if you were willing to put a sign in your yard. Simply email email@example.com or tect 813-403-9236 your address and we will get one up ASAP and then send you the discount code!
Help us spread the word about #HeightsUnites so we can raise money for our scholarship endowment and community improvement projects!
Got mine - best of luck with the event! Looking forward to helping volunteer and meeting my great SH neighbors.
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Quarterly Home Maintenance! Call us today or check out our website. Great gift for parents, grandparents and new home owners or even just for yourself. Every plan purchased a veteran in need gets one for free! 813.574.2401 | www.operationupkeep.com... See MoreSee Less
Seminole Heights residents enjoyed the Travelin’ the Terrace event last night in Hampton Terrace sponsored by The Comfort Authority. The event benefitted the Hampton Terrace Community Association. Pictured here SSHCA President Stephen Lytle, Adrienne Lytle, SSHCA Vice President Steve Swiger, Emily Swiger, local SSH Business Owner Greg Spadaccini (Spaddy's Coffee Co.) Jayne Spadaccini and SH Business Owner Patrick Thorpe (Allegedly - Architecture). ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you thank you thank you all for attending and supporting us on our inaugural TRAVELIN’ THE TERRACE!! Try as I might I did not get to thank everyone personally but please know your support is so appreciated!!
How happy are these Broward Elementary School kids at the school's first Walk to School Wednesday parade this morning? Awesome way to start the day: play at the park, then walk to school with friends and teachers. Fun, healthy bodies, active minds, and a great community all before 7:40a.m. St. Joseph's Children's Hospital South Seminole Heights Civic Association ... See MoreSee Less