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County Disposable Site Options
Posted on Oct 23rd, 2014

Expanded Paint Disposal Options for Hillsborough Residents Starting November 1
Residents of unincorporated Hillsborough County are getting expanded opportunities for household paint disposal. Starting Nov. 1, limited quantities of household paint will be accepted at all four of the County’s Community Collection Centers, in addition to the existing select Saturday Household Hazardous Waste collections.
The Community Collection Centers are self-unloading facilities open Monday through Saturday from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. and are located at:
                    Alderman Ford, 9402 SR 39 in Lithia
                    Hillsborough Heights, 6209 CR 579 in Seffner
                    Northwest County, 8001 W. Linebaugh Ave. in Tampa
                    South County, 13000 US Highway 41 in Gibsonton
Residents will be able to drop off up to 10 one-gallon and 5 five-gallon paint containers per month by simply showing a photo ID. Aerosol paints and chemicals are not accepted at the centers and should continue to be disposed of at Household Hazardous Waste events.
For more information on items accepted at Hillsborough County Solid Waste facilities, locations, hours and contact numbers, visit or call the Public Works Solid Waste Division at (813) 964-2769.
Attention Deepbrook Area Residents
Posted on Sep 13th, 2014

Attention Deepbrook Area Residents
The HOA was made aware of this Boyette Road and David Kulow Lane turning Hazard in early September. The County Commissioner Mr. Al Higginbotham was notified that this nearly seven foot drop off was extremely hazardous and needed a guardrail.  He and the division of public works agreed and a temporary barricade was erected to make you aware of this dangerous situation. Please drive with caution especially when turning from Boyette Road onto David Kulow Lane. Please alert any of your friends who are not regular visitors that may come to visit you of this hazard especially when visibility is poor and bad weather exists.   We were told as of this date some type of prevention rail will be placed there in the near future.
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