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Upcoming Events
The next Pebble Creek HOA Board meeting is September 14, 2015 at 6:30 p.m.

The garage sale is October 23 and 24th.
Posted by tchadmin on Monday, August 31 @ 11:05:48 CDT (0 reads)
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Hillsborough County EOC Update
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Hillsborough County, Fla. (Aug. 31, 2015) - The Hillsborough County Emergency Operations Center is activated again today in preparation for the forecast for heavy rainfall, fueled by the remnants of Tropical Storm Erika, starting this afternoon.

Residents are encouraged to prepare for the potential of 2 to 3 inches of rain and possible flooding through the middle of the week, with some localized areas possibly receiving higher amounts, according to the National Weather Service. Residents should drive carefully through areas of standing water, and stay tuned to local television and radio stations for traffic advisories, reports of flooding, and other critical information.

Sandbags materials are available today.

Residents can go to www.HillsboroughCounty.org/AtYourService or call (813) 272-5900 to report flooding and road problems, or to request additional information.

Sandbag Locations
The following Hillsborough County Public Works locations have sandbags materials available until 4 p.m. today:

-West Service Unit at 9805 Sheldon Road
-South Service Unit at 8718 Old Big Bend Road -East Service Unit at 4702 Sydney Road

Sandbag materials will be available for Hillsborough County residents to make their own sandbags. Each resident must sign their name and provide their home address acknowledging the receipt of 25 sandbags or less.

Roads and Drainage Systems
Public Works crews have been working continuously on pumping operations and repairs to drainage systems during the past month in an effort to improve stormwater control. Residents are advised to not conduct their own pumping operations, as this may affect operations in other areas of the County. Residents experiencing flooding who may want to explore the option of pumping water should call (813) 272-5900 and ask to speak with a representative from Public Works.

A list of roads and areas which have been flooded at some time during the past month can be found at: www.HillsboroughCounty.org/StaySafe.

Safety Tips During Heavy Rain or Flooding
-Motorists are urged to use care when driving through flooded areas, and to follow posted detour signs.
-Never drive through moving water or standing water. Standing water that is only two feet deep can disable most vehicles.
-If you can't see the road, turn around. Floodwaters may conceal holes or dangerous objects.
-Avoid walking in flooded areas or rapidly flowing water. Only six inches of fast-flowing water can sweep you off your feet.
-If an area is barricaded, there is a reason. Find an alternate route.
-Treat non-functioning traffic signals as a four-way stop.
-Avoid downed or hanging power lines. Always assume the power line is live.
-Be especially cautious at night, when it is harder to see possible flood dangers.

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Hillsborough County EOC Continues to Monitor Potential Rainfall
Announcements

Hillsborough County Emergency Operations Center Continues to Monitor Potential Rainfall

Hillsborough County continues to monitor conditions concerning the remnants of Tropical Storm Erika. Residents are encouraged to prepare for the potential of 3 to 5 inches of rain from the system, and possible flooding. Coupled with the heavy rains experienced earlier this month, flooding would be likely in this scenario.

Public works crews have been working continuously in pumping operations and in making repairs to drainage systems over the past month in an effort to improve floodwater control. Residents are advised to not conduct their own personal pumping operations, as this may affect operations in other areas of the County. Residents experiencing flooding who may want to explore the option of pumping water should call (813) 272-5900 and ask to speak with a representative from Public Works.

Currently, no shelters are open. Pet Resources has notified residents with pets who have previously had issues with flooding what they should be doing regarding these matters.

Residents can call (813) 272-5900 to report flooding and road problems or to request additional information.

Safety Tips During Heavy Rain or Flooding

Motorists are urged to use care when driving through flooded areas, and to follow posted detour signs. Residents should stay tuned to local television and radio stations for traffic advisories, reports of flooding, or other critical information.

Follow these safety tips to help keep you and your family safe:

  • Never drive through moving water or standing water. Standing water that is only two feet deep can disable most vehicles.
  • If you can't see the road, turn around. Floodwaters may conceal holes or dangerous objects.
  • Avoid walking in flooded areas or rapidly flowing water. Only six inches of fast-flowing water can sweep you off your feet.
  • If an area is barricaded, there is a reason. Find an alternate route.
  • Treat non-functioning traffic signals as a four-way stop.
  • Avoid downed or hanging power lines. Always assume the power line is live.
  • Be especially cautious at night, when it is harder to see possible flood dangers.

For more information, please visit Hillsboroughcounty.org/StaySafe

Posted by tchadmin on Monday, August 31 @ 11:02:30 CDT (0 reads)
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Bobcat Sighting
Announcements A resident saw a pretty good size bobcat on Fox Hearst the other day. Anyone that has outdoor pets may want to be careful.

Posted by tchadmin on Tuesday, August 25 @ 10:05:27 CDT (22 reads)
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Mosquito Control Spraying by Air the Evening of Aug. 25
Announcements

Hillsborough County, Fla. (Aug. 24, 2015) - Hillsborough County Mosquito and Aquatic Weed Control will treat areas of Northwest Hillsborough County, Tuesday, Aug. 25, from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., by air. The pesticide Dibrom will be used to control adult mosquitoes on about 26,500 acres. If weather or mechanical issues prevent this treatment Tuesday, the mission will be rescheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 26, from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.

The boundaries of the area to be sprayed are:

North Boundary: Tarpon Springs Road
South Boundary: West Waters Avenue
East Boundary: Veterans Expressway
West Boundary: Pinellas County Line

The spraying will be done by a Twin Engine Piper Aztec airplane at an altitude of 300 feet.

For more information on this spraying, contact Hillsborough County at 813-272-5900.

Stop Mosquitoes from Living and Multiplying Around Your Home

With the recent rainfall, residents may now have standing water around their homes that can support the breeding of mosquitoes. Follow these tips from the Florida Department of Health to help prevent mosquito breeding:

  • Drain water from garbage cans, house gutters, pool covers, coolers, toys, flower pots, buckets, watering cans, kiddie pools, and any other containers where rain water has collected.
  • Discard old tires, drums, bottles, cans, pots and pans, broken appliances, and other items that may collect water.
  • Empty and clean birdbaths and pet water bowls at least once or twice a week.
  • Protect boats and vehicles from rain with tarps that do not accumulate water.
  • Maintain swimming pools in good condition and chlorination. For more information on the Mosquito and Aquatic Weed Control Unit, tips to reduce mosquitoes, a video about the Unit or to report a mosquito concern, visit the Mosquito Control webpage at www.HillsboroughCounty.org/Mosquito.

Jeffrey Kotova
Sr. Customer Service Rep.
Office of Neighborhood Relations
Hillsborough County BOCC
601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 28th Floor
Tampa, FL 33602
direct: 813-274-6959
main: 813-272-5860
www.hillsboroughcounty.org/onr

Posted by tchadmin on Tuesday, August 25 @ 10:01:46 CDT (7 reads)
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Coming Events
09/22 Lakeview Villas HOA Mtg (ER)
10/27 Lakeview Villas HOA Mtg (CR)
11/09 Pebble Creek Village Board/Budget Meeting
11/16 Pebble Creek HOA Annual/Budget Meeting

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