Tampa Bay’s economic output grew by 2.7% in 2015 versus 2014. The $133.8 billion in economic output from last year places Tampa Bay at #26 among all metros (smaller than Miami,… read more →
You’ve probably already seen that TIA is undergoing major renovations, which are expected to cost around $1B. What you might not know about are the improvements throughout gate-side seating areas. Airport officials know that modern… read more →
Pinellas county commissioners have approved funding for a six-month test of ferry service between downtown St. Pete and downtown Tampa. The ride should take approximately 90 minutes each way. The… read more →
Skyway Parke’s 10U Mustang All-Stars (9 and 10 year olds) are playing in the Pony Mustang League World Series being held in Youngsville, Louisiana starting today, August 4, 2016. They’ve already won… read more →
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH IS JUST ONE MORE WAY WE LOOK OUT FOR ONE ANOTHER. LOST AND FOUND If you lose or find a pet, please contact our Dana Shores Pet Lost & Found Committee Co-Chairs (listed on the inside cover of the Shore Lines newsletter and this website's secure pages). Members may also post lost and found notices for both pets and items on the Dana Shores Neighbors-Only Facebook page.
BOATING, FISHING, AND WILDLIFE For questions or concerns related to boating, fishing, and wildlife, please contact Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) at (813) 558-5050 Ext. 7 Additional help for injured wildlife is available through Owl's Nest Sanctuary for Wildlife at (813) 920-5495 or 598-5926.
EMERGENCIES For Emergencies, dial 911.
SOMETHING / SOMEONE UNUSUAL OR OUT OF PLACE If you see something or someone that looks unusual or out of place, click here to submit a Neighborhood Watch report or post information on our neighbors-only Facebook page. For non-emergencies, use the numbers below to involve the appropriate agency and remember to request an incident number from the operator: -- Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) at (813) 247-8200 -- Hillsborough County Fire Rescue at (813) 272-6600 -- Tampa Police Department (TPD) at (813) 231-6130
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Orlando ranked first overall and Tampa was a close second in a recent list published by personal-finance website, WalletHub.com. The organization compared the 100 largest U.S. cities across 35 key metrics, such… read more →