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.

Community Meeting with Tampa Police Department Discussing Recent Killings in SH

Dear Hampton Terrace,
Please join Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Interim Chief Brian Dugan to discuss the recent killings in Seminole Heights. Learn what steps residents can take to stay safe.

Where: Edison Elementary School Auditorium
1607 East Curtis Street
Tampa, FL 33604
Date: Mon, 10/23/2017 - 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Stay Safe!!

TAMPA POLICE ADVISE RESIDENTS IN NORTHEAST SEMINOLE HEIGHTS NOT TO WALK ALONE AND LEAVE ON OUTSIDE LIGHTS!!

From the Tampa Bay Times - story posted on 10/17/17.
One was a 22-year-old African American man. The other was a 32-year-old white woman.
Both died mysteriously of gunshot wounds in southeast Seminole Heights last week, and Tampa police suspect the deaths are linked. They urge neighborhood residents not to walk alone at night and want help identifying a man in a video who may know more.

TAMPA WATER DEPARTMENT - TEMPORARILY CONVERTING TO CHLORINE DISINFECTION - 10/16/17 thru 10/30/17

Hampton Terrace Residents,
The Tampa Water Department is modifying its disinfection method for City of Tampa customers between Oct. 16 and Oct. 30. During this period, water distributed to all customers will be converted from chloramine to chlorine disinfection. This temporary conversion is a standard water system maintenance measure to optimize water quality without the loss of millions of gallons of drinking water via system flushing.

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