City of Tampa Opens Parks and Recreation Facilities For School Closures

09/13/17
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The City of Tampa will open Parks and Recreation Centers again from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, September 14th and September 15th. The centers opening are:


• Benito Playground Activity Center at 10065 Cross Creek Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33647

• Barksdale Senior Center at 1801 N Lincoln Ave, Tampa, FL 33606

• Copeland Park at 11001 North 15th Street, Tampa, FL 33612

• Cyrus Greene Park at 2101 East Dr. M.L.K. Jr Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33603

• Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Complex at 2200 North Oregon Avenue, Tampa, FL 33607

• Fair Oaks Center at 5019 North 34th Street, Tampa, FL 33610

• Forest Hills Center at 724 West 109th Avenue, Tampa, FL 33612

• Friendship Center at 4124 West Bay To Bay Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33629

• Grant Park Activity Center at 3724 North 54th Avenue, Tampa, FL 33619

• Gwendolyn Miller Center at 6410 North 32nd Street, Tampa, FL 33610

• Henry & Ola Center at 502 West Henry Avenue, Tampa, FL 33604

• Highland Pines Park Community Center at 4505 E 21st Ave, Tampa, FL 33605

• Kwane Doster Center at 7506 South Morton Street, Tampa, FL 33616

• Loretta Ingraham Community Center at 1611 North Hubert Avenue, Tampa, FL 33607

• Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Complex at 2200 N Oregon Ave, Tampa, FL 33607

• NFL Yet Jackson Heights Center at 3310 East Lake Avenue, Tampa, FL 33610

• Springhill Center at 201 East Eskimo Avenue, Tampa , FL 33604

• Temple Crest Center at 8116 N 37th St, Tampa, FL 33604

• Wellswood Park Center at 4918 N Mendenhall Dr, Tampa, FL 33603

• Williams Park Center at 4362 East Osborne Avenue, Tampa, FL 33610

 

PLEASE NOTE: Parks in bold were not open on Wednesday, but will be ready to reopen on Thursday.

“Thousands of residents in the City are still out of power. It’s hot and uncomfortable. We are hoping by opening up the parks and pools, families will be able to get out, cool off, and make the best of the next couple days as we work tirelessly to get Tampa back up and running,” said Mayor Bob Buckhorn. “Our work didn’t stop after the sun came out. We are out in neighborhoods cleaning up debris, fixing traffic signals, and addressing issues in every corner of our city. Be patient with us and be kind to your neighbors. We are all in  this together.” 

More information on addition facilities reopening to come. 

To report power outages, call (877) 588-1010.

To report called trees and debris, call (813) 274- 5744.

To report utility issues, call (813) 274-8811

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