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.

UPDATE: HAMPTON TERRACE REMAINING STREET PAVING AND CONTINUED SPEED CALMING MEASURES 

Hampton Terrace Neighbors,

Citizens can view 1) project information through the City website and 2) public comments through the wikimapping link.

https://www.tampagov.net/tss-transportation/info/projects/hampton_terrac...

http://wikimapping.com/wikimap/HamptonTerrace.html

To enter comments/ request, please follow the following instructions:

1) Enter email address and select "Continue to Map." Please note that entering the forum as "Anonymous" will not allow users to provide comments.

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Hampton Terrace Traffic Calming Workshop

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Dear Hampton Terrace Neighbors,
After many years of working with the City of Tampa to consider traffic calming initiatives here in Hampton Terrace, HTNA is excited to get the final notice for the workshop to go over possible measures to help bolster the safety of our neighborhood’s roads.
Here is the final meeting notice/agenda. Please consider coming to voice your opinion.

Kind Regards,
HTNA Board

Dear Resident/Business Owner:
Subject: TRANSPORTATION AND STORMWATER SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Jean W. Duncan, P.E., Director

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE TRANSPORTATION PROJECT

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