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The Pet Resource Center is the first stop to find a new or lost pet, report animal emergencies, or find care for  your pets. Whether you’re a dog lover, a feline fanatic, or have a concern about animals in your neighborhood, we’re here to help. 
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Hillsborough County’s conservation parks and preserves offer residents thousands of acres of hiking and exploration opportunities and a glimpse of how Florida used to be. They’re also often the home of wild animals that needed a new home after recovering from a serious injury. In...
The nation's first parade float built to accommodate people with disabilities and special needs made an appearance outside County Center on July 27. Designed to resemble a pirate's treasure chest, the Krewe of St. Francis Drake Galleon has a wheelchair lift, wide aisles, and even a bathroom wide...
Whether you want to make a difference in a child's life or a pet's life, Hillsborough County has many ways for you to give back to the community this holiday season. Several different Hillsborough County departments are asking for donations to help residents and pets who aren't able to celebrate...
Stephen J. Wortham Park has been around for decades, but few people outside the immediate area know it exists. That will change, with thousands of new homes coming to rural southeast Riverview, and plans to upgrade the heavily wooded tract. In the last seven years, 5,000 homes have arisen within 3...
Rachel Roberts is passionate about animals and the environment. That's why asking people not to dump oil, chemicals, and trash into storm drains seemed like the ideal project for her Gold Award, the highest honor in Girl Scouting. The drains lead to ponds and waterways, and can ferry debris that...
The Pet Resource Center is the only "open-admission" facility in the County. We accept domestic animals regardless of breed, size or medical condition. Visit our center or search online to view hundreds of adoptable animals.  Services we offer:  Pet adoptions Turn-ins Pet...
Hillsborough County founded the Upper Tampa Bay Park in 1982 to provide a protected area for nature study and passive recreation. The 596-acre peninsular park also protects valuable coastal habitat and ecological communities that include mangrove forests, salt marshes, freshwater marshes, coastal...
Much of the park's undeveloped terrain is typical of Florida's hardwood hammocks. There are sand, slash, and longleaf pines; live, water, and scrub oaks; lots of saw palmetto and other understory plants; and animals such as gopher tortoises, box turtles, and foxes. Read about the renovations at the...
The Blackwater Creek Nature Preserve was acquired from 1997 through 2003 by Hillsborough County through the Jan K. Platt Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program (ELAPP) and Florida Communities Trust (FCT). This 2,200 acre preserve includes some of the finest remaining examples of...
What we do Pet Resources is responsible for the humane treatment of animals in Hillsborough County and operates a shelter that accepts domestic animals regardless of breed, size, or medical condition, and attempts to find them permanent or foster homes. The department investigates reports of...