A vote this afternoon will determine if the county will mandate the use of facial coverings in public. Regardless of whether the motion is approved, the CDC recommends all to begin practicing the safety technique.Continue Reading
Suspension of disconnecting city utility services extended City commissioners agreed Monday evening to expand the suspension of disconnecting utility services. Originally, City Manger Bill McDaniel announced April 6 no City utility service would be disconnected for non-payment through April 16. Commissioners voted to extend that through May 31. This does not eliminate the resident’s responsibility […]Continue Reading
Hillsborough County Public Schools’ service, which provided families with two free meals five days a week, is cutting most pick-up days but providing more food in one stop.Continue Reading
Plant City Police Department took Emarjai Tyrel Walker into custody in connection with the April 6 incident that hospitalized a clerk.Continue Reading
COVID-19 may cause the community to safely isolate at home, however,
business will continue at City Hall thanks to a new program to allow commission meetings to be held online.
PCPD is asking the public for assistance locating the man who shot a clerk at a Sunoco gas station on April 6.Continue Reading
The Hillsborough County Emergency Policy Group is ramping up its
efforts to keep communities aware of new developments with the virus and how residents can best practice social distancing procedures in light of recent developments and an increase in positive tests.
During this time of uncertainty, Mayor Rick Lott shared some insight on what the city and county are doing each day to combat the spread of COVID-19 and sits down to speak directly to local residents.Continue Reading
YMCA feeding families If you’re having difficulty getting fresh food at this time, you now have another option for help. The Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA announced Tuesday its network is one of several in the Tampa Bay area partnering with community organizations to help food insecure people get what they need. In the Tampa Metropolitan […]Continue Reading
The Plant City Recreation and Parks Department updated its park closure policies on March 27 in a move that will benefit the community. Though city parks are still closed, the PCRPD has re-opened the walking trails at Brewer Park, Cherry Street Park and the McIntosh Preserve. The catch is, anyone using the trails must follow […]Continue Reading