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What we do Human Resources provides a stable work environment with equal opportunity for learning and personal growth to all employees and support through a variety of services. We also manage recruiting and hiring for potential employees. Frequently requested information and services ...
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Hillsborough County, Fla. (Sept. 21, 2018) - Hillsborough County is seeking residents to serve on several County citizen advisory boards and councils. Residents interested in seeking appointment must reside in and be registered voters in Hillsborough County. These are voluntary positions and...
Hillsborough County is full of inspiring, iconic, and interesting places, and there are remarkable people behind them. In this occasional series we explore namesakes of some of the county's well-known buildings, parks, and roads. Who was Phyllis H. Busansky? Busansky, 1937-2009, had a lengthy...
The Hillsborough County Trauma Agency (HCTA) is an administrative office, organizationally positioned under the Health Care Services section of the Human Services Division. It derives its authority to operate from Chapter 395, Part II, Florida Statutes, and Section 64J-2, Florida...
In 1990, the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (now Department of Health) approved Hillsborough County's Trauma Plan to establish the HCTA. This document, required for the formation of a trauma agency, describes how the trauma system will be administered, including: ...
Animal abuse and domestic violence The National Resource Center on the Link Between Animal Abuse and Human Violence How to recognize and report animal abuse Report Animal Cruelty ASPCA Hillsborough County Animal Resources Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center Florida Animal...
How to surrender your pet: PRC only accepts pets from Hillsborough County residents. Proper ID/proof of residency is required at the time of turn-in. Pet intake is from 10 AM to 6 PM, Tuesday through Sunday The in-take process can take more than an hour to complete. Peak times are...
The rabies virus is a very serious disease that can pass from animals to people. All dogs, cats, and ferrets four months of age or older must have a rabies vaccine administered by a veterinarian. Proof of a rabies vaccination, either one or three year version, is required in order to get a tag for...