Yay! They're Back Again!
SSHCA Happy Hour
Thursday, May 19th
5:30 - 8:00 p.m. **New Time**
The Velvet Gypsy
5210 N Florida Ave
$3 Bud Light and special discounts on wines and wells.
Look forward to seeing you there! ... See MoreSee Less
JOIN THE CITY OF TAMPA DEVELOPMENT SERVICE CENTER FOR HOMEOWNER'S NIGHT
Are you about to start a home improvement project? Do you have several questions regarding the permitting or inspection process?
The City of Tampa’s Development Services Center will be hosting a Homeowner’s Night to help homeowners begin the process.
****Tuesday, May 17, 2022 - 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.****
****Development Services Center, 1400 N. Blvd., Tampa, FL****
Call by May 16 to make an appointment during this time that has been set aside. Homeowners will be asked to fill out a form and provide information regarding their project, in order to allow City Staff enough time to prepare for each unique case. Please call (813) 274-3100 Option 1 and tell the call center operator you would like to sign up for Homeowner’s Night. ... See MoreSee Less
TRAFFIC ALERT: Beginning at 9 a.m. on Monday, May 16, 2022, North Florida Avenue will be closed between East Frierson Avenue and West Crest Avenue through 5 p.m. Friday, May 20, 2022, for stormwater and wastewater utility construction.
Northbound motorists on North Florida Avenue will be detoured at Osborne Avenue to Nebraska Avenue. Northbound trucks should use East MLK Jr. Boulevard. Southbound traffic on North Florida Avenue will be detoured at East Hillsborough Avenue to Nebraska Avenue. Access for businesses on North Florida Avenue will be maintained. Residents of West Crest Avenue west of North Florida Avenue should use Highland Avenue as an alternate route. ... See MoreSee Less
HHS should notify parents and students.
ReminderOSHNA created this 2022 S.W.E.E.P. Map schedule. South Seminole Heights is Zone 18, pickup May 16th-20th. I can’t locate a City of Tampa map, only an address lookup tool. For more information about what is & isn’t acceptable for pick-up, visit www.tampa.gov/solid-waste/programs/sweep ￼ ... See MoreSee Less
Big SSH news!🗣Big news! We are excited to announce that La Segunda Bakery has acquired Faedo Family Bakery.
Located in Seminole Heights (5105 N. Florida Ave) the Faedo family has been (and still is!) a staple in the Cuban bread community. As a fellow “born and bread” multigenerational family, we are honored to carry on the tradition as well as extend our business in Seminole Heights.
And no! This does not nor will it ever affect our flagship Ybor location — we plan on staying there for another 107 years. 🙌
For now this spot will be bread-only, but we will keep everyone posted on further developments.
A HUGE thanks to all of our customers, family and friends for their unwavering support. We look forward to baking history in Seminole Heights! 🥖🌴 ... See MoreSee Less
Is retail remaining open? 24 hrs?
Segunda's bread was always better
2022 SPRING BEAUTIFICATION AWARD
It's a Beautiful Time of Year! Time to walk the neighborhood and admire the beautiful homes in our pocket of South Seminole Heights. See any homes you think deserve an award? We have opened nominations for all qualifying homes. During our Spring award, we allow the opportunity to nominate newer, 1 year old construction, should you wish to reward a builder who is building beautiful homes designed to fit nicely in our neighborhood.
Nominate by emailing email@example.com the address of the home you would like to nominate, and yes, you may nominate your own home!
4/2 Open nominations
5/14 Close nominations
5/15 Homeowners who were nominated are notified via letter
5/22 Nominated Homes are Judged and Scores Tallied
5/24 Winner announced at SSHCA General Membership Meeting
• Limited to South Seminole Heights residences only
• SPRING: A home must be a minimum of 1 year old
• Homes may only win once every 5 years
• Owner- or renter-occupied
Pictured is the SSHCA Fall 2021 Beautification Award Winner, Michelle Guarino ... See MoreSee Less
ALERT: Please stay away from the area of West Crest Avenue from the Hillsborough River to Florida Avenue . Last night, there was substantial flooding, as none of the storm sewers had yet been reconnected. There has been significant erosion in areas and simply put, it is hazardous. Please stay out of this area both on foot and in vehicles. Crews are on scene today to mitigate these issues, but we do not know how long they will take to complete that work. ... See MoreSee Less
Nelson Construction has botched this project from the beginning. Time to unload the project manager for someone who knows what’s going on. That pump running all night is well above the legal noise levels.
I’m so sorry for the folks dealing with this. It’s unacceptable what they’ve done to your homes.
I have a friend who lives on West crest just a few houses up from N River. This is been a CF for how long now? Nasty dirty noisy mess￼￼
Is this FDOT handy work??
We have friends on Crest and there are cracks in their walls and apparently other neighbors have it to due to this CF.
Omg… what a mess
The pump was outside of our house for month spewing noise and exhaust. Its name? Silent Partner haha
This was on March 15th
Unfortunate….and going to get worse during the rainy season.
How did we go from no flooding in past years, to this? Is South Tampa flooding still? I can’t help but feel this is all to fix a problem they have had for many years and now SH is putting up with the repercussions.
Unreal. Someone should have been out there last night while happening
One of the workers said it was turning into a 4 year project. I really hope he was kidding but he wasn’t smiling….. such a nightmare.
I love on River heights and it floods worse than that in heavy rain? I guess we've been lucky.
Check it out! Tampa Riverfest Events - Curtis Hixon Park
Friday, May 6, 2022, from 4 PM - 10 PM
Saturday, May 7, 2022, from 10 AM - 10 PM
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Link to purchase tickets for Taste of the Riverwalk thetampariverwalk.com/events-news/event-calendar.html/event-form/purchase-taste-of-the-riverwalk-...
Deborah Smith Elizabeth McKinney Hope M Mason Agan
If you have opinions, either for or against, about a 320 unit mixed use development at 1701 N Florida Avenue in the Tampa Heights Historic District, design attached, you may wish to attend the Architectural Review Commission Public Hearing on Monday. The owner is requesting a Certificate of Appropriateness. A link is attached with more details as to what is to be built, as shown in the photo. The hearing is Monday, May 3rd, 5:30 p.m., Old City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Boulevard, City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, Tampa, FL 33602
floridayimby.com/2021/07/320-unit-mixed-use-development-proposed-for-1701-n-florida-avenue-in-tam... ... See MoreSee Less
HUH Old City Hall were is the new city hall just asking for a friend.
If anything, it should be taller/denser.
Yep just another problem we the tax payers are going to have to deal with! Our water pressure sucks now I can only image
This is great is any of it affordable
All of Florida Ave should be commercial frontage, move the lobby/leasing center to another side of the building
I suppose a denser urban area with great resources within and awesome transportation is the future. Just a thought though. We have a projected drinking water shortage. The county said last August in 7 years. Other than deep well injection of reclaimed water or just dumping directly into the Hillsborough and adding another deep source well inland there isn't any other plan. Both of those seem doomed to failure. Anyways just a thought. Water is life. Imagine in a tropical paradise dying of thirst.
Nice addition to Tampa Heights - turn that primarily vacant lot into an appropriate looking building with pretty decent density that will be along the future streetcar extension. A little more retail would be even better, but overall it is a huge improvement for the area and will help support more retail in The Heights / Franklin Ave.
As the president of the Tampa_Tampa Heights Civic Assoc I can tell you we have been very engaged with this developer. We supported the rezoning after they made changes at our request. Not 100% of what we requested, but a good compromise. We have also provided very specific feedback and guidance on the design. What is pictured here is not quite it. Don’t be afraid to reach out to us, too, on top of posting to Facebook, being that this is located in Tampa Heights! Our neighborhood associations need to communicate more frequently because we face similar issues and experiences.
The transparency & requests for feedback are refreshing.