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No, these signs create a false sense of security for parents and children. Motorists pay little attention to the signs, especially motorists that travel the street frequently. The use of these signs has long been abandoned as these signs suggest that playing in the street is acceptable behavior.
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Call the Public Works Department at 813-780-0022 or submit a request for service.
All traffic signals and school zone crossing lights are maintained by Pasco County, please contact Pasco County Traffic Operations at 727-847-8139.
Call the Public Works Department at 813-780-0022 or submit a request for service or contact Duke Energy directly at 1-800-700-8744.
Please contact the Zephyrhills Police Department at 813-780-0050, the police dispatcher will then contact our on-call staff, we have staff on call 24/7 365 days a year.
Call the Public Works Department at 813-780-0022 for additional information.
Please call Munibilling at 877-584-9744 (must be a city resident).
Please contact the Pasco County East Pasco Transfer Station at 352-521-0500 and located at:
9626 Handcart Road
Dade City , FL 33525
Call the Public Works Department at 813-780-0022 or submit a request for service. Staff will make a site visit to inspect the tree for maintenance or removal. Tree removal must be requested by the property owner and meet the City's criteria for removal and be approved by the Public Works Director.
Call the Public Works Department at 813-780.0022 or submit a request for service.
No, speed bumps are severe physical traffic control devices, they can be up to 6 inches high, up to 2 feet wide and stretch across the entire roadway. Due to their abrupt rise and required low speed, they can be hazardous to motorists and bicyclists alike.
Yes, please contact the Building Department at 813-780-0020, ext. 3513 for additional information.