Timeline Photos#OTD in 1926, the Tampa Theatre opened on Franklin Street in Tampa's Downtown. Designed by movie theatre architect John Eberson, Tampa Theatre is on the National Register of Historic Places. This postcard shows the beloved community landmark just a few years later. ... See MoreSee Less
Can you help some kiddos at Broward Elementary School select some brand new books for their very own, from the Scholastic Book Fair next week? The book fair starts Monday, October 18th. We are collecting electronic PayPal donations to fund scholars who couldn't purchase any books without our help. You have until Tuesday, October 19th at 6:00 p.m. to donate. Any amount is appreciated.
1. Go to paypal.me/sshca
2. Click "Send"
3. Select the amount you wish to donate
4. VERY IMPORTANT: In the "Note" Section, please type in "Broward Books"
That's it, easy as pie. Please send what you can to help encourage these scholars to read more books! Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
Free in-home vaccinations 🥳Get your COVID-19 vaccine AT HOME for free! 🏡
DeliveRxd Pharmacy is offering free at home vaccines for individuals who live in Hillsborough and Pinellas counties. You do not have to be homebound or bedridden.
For more information, call 813-932-6266. ... See MoreSee Less
It is with the utmost concern for the children of our community that the SSHCA Board has cancelled the Halloween Trick-Or-Treating at Rivercrest Park this year. This decision was not made in haste, but in response to the surge of COVID-19 pediatric cases and no vaccines available for young children. The SSHCA much enjoys this annual event and are disappointed we cannot safely host this event this year.
While the event was held during the pandemic last year, COVID-19 infections among children were at the time, quite rare, and many precautions and safety rules were in place for a safe event.
We look forward to resuming the event in 2022, bigger and better than ever! ... See MoreSee Less
Still cancelled in light of Fauci’s most recent announcement?
It's the last weekend to gather all of the items you've been saving up for the yard sale! Don't forget to sign up to get on the map.
Cost is $5 for OSHNA members/$15 for non-members and includes your address on the OSHNA yard sale map, advertising in multiple local papers/online yard sale forums, pick up of any leftover items by a local charity, and an OSHNA yard sale sign delivered to your house Friday along with copies of the map for you to share with customers.
The deadline to get on the map is Thursday, October 7th at 8 p.m. Click here to sign up: www.oldseminoleheights.org/store ... See MoreSee Less
Exciting News! Thanks to the dedicated work of SSHCA Board Member Emily Perkins, South Seminole Heights Civic Association presents our new, interactive neighborhood map. This map pinpoints the location of our various art installations, historical markers and other points of interest, and when you click on the pinpoint, a photo of the item appears. Click on the link below and check out the map!
If you find additions or corrections, please email us the details at email@example.com. We are especially interested in adding any historical buildings or historical homes in our community you can share with us!
www.sshca.org/new-south-seminole-heights-map/ ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you, Emily Perkins!
This is nice!
Fall 2021 Beautification Award Time!
It’s a beautiful time of year to walk the neighborhood, enjoy the lower humidity and admire the beautiful homes in our pocket of Seminole Heights. See any you think deserve an award? We have officially opened our Fall 2021 Beautification Award nominations.
Requirements for the Fall Beautification Award:
1. Home Located in South Seminole Heights
2. A minimum of 20 years old
3. Owner or Renter Occupied
Please make your nominations before Sunday, October 5th by emailing the street address of the home you wish to nominate to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If possible, please also include a photo of the home. The winner will be announced at our October 20th General Membership Meeting.
And yes, you may nominate your own home or any home previously nominated. If you have any questions, just email us at email@example.com or post them here. ... See MoreSee Less
Please avoid the area of West Chelsea near Clearfield. There was a high-speed chase along at least West Chelsea from Florida Ave across Highland which resulted in a vehicle accident blocks later near Clearfield. The suspect ran away from the scene on foot, and was apprehended by the police. There were no other injuries in the collision. ￼At one point there were about 10 TPD units responding. TPD is now just working the vehicle accident near Clearfield with 2 patrol cars remaining. ... See MoreSee Less
Elyse Jenkins we only saw tons of police on our street with a guy in handcuffs on the sidewalk - found out later about the high speed chase - he crashed into a neighbor backing out of their driveway on Chelsea. 😢
It happened right in front of our house. I was about to walk outside all like 👩🏼🦯. Very eventful night!
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Need information or help with Medicare or Medicare Advantage/Part D coverage? The UF/IFAS Extension Hillsborough County is partnering with Florida Department of Elder Affairs SHINE program to present these FREE upcoming Medicare Webinars
For each of the webinars below:
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
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This presentation gives an overview of Medicare and provides useful information for current beneficiaries, individuals who will soon turn 65 and individuals who are transitioning from employer coverage to Medicare. information.
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This presentation provides an overview of Medicare Advantage options in Florida and includes how to choose a Part D plan and tips on bridging the coverage gap.
Registration: attendee.gototraining.com/r/5708480069898171906 ... See MoreSee Less
There have been several recent questions about the chain link fence in Rivercrest Park. I reached out to the Director and she sent a Parks & Rec representative out to the park to investigate. The main stretch of fencing along the river was installed due to the removal of the docks. There are some hazardous conditions along the seawall that require the fence to remain in place until the dock project is completed. That project is in process, with a design/build specification being developed. There is not yet a solid timeline for the completion of this project. There also is another fence post identified with a small section of fence. Park staff are going to try and remove this piece immediately.
Photo Credit Ethan Green ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for posting.
Hi neighbors near W Chelsea, nice enough people, but if you don’t want to discuss home improvement with a salesman, then don’t answer your door for a while. ￼ ... See MoreSee Less
Never open your door to people you don't know.
My dogs scared him away. LOL! They sound like they are going to murder whoever comes to my door. Most people won't even stand on the porch!
There is a significant and growing depression in the street at 4900 N River Blvd near South Street, which a neighbor asked us to assist in escalating the matter. (See UPDATE in comments) The repair responsibility has been passed on to the Wastewater department for repair. In the meantime, please use caution when driving in that area. Thank you for bringing this to our attention, Taylor! ... See MoreSee Less
UPDATE: I followed up again Monday and received the following reply yesterday: 'Thank you for writing to the City of Tampa regarding the Cave-In located at 318 W South Ave. The Mobility Department issued work order 90091 for an inspector to investigate the location to determine an appropriate course of action as soon as possible. We have investigated and it has been determined your request is a Wastewater concern, they have taken responsibility of the Cave-In at the above location as of 07/26/21." The letter went on to say that my contact information was shared and they requested Wastewater to send me a scheduling update. I'll keep you posted as I hear more.
Good job out of you. I just saw that yesterday and was going to call about it being repaired.