Places of interest are resources that exist in the community. In this
section, we present a number of places such as: public schools,
hospitals, police/sheriff stations, and fire stations, among other locations.
In Southeast Seminole Heights Civic Association there are the following places of interest:
Data Provider: Multiple Data Providers (Compiled by Florida Center for Community Design and Research)
Data Updated: June 2015
Land Use/Land Cover is a description of the way land has been developed and used. In the State of Florida, Land Use is divided up into over 500 defined uses. For the purpose of the Community Atlas, we have grouped these categories to provide you with an overview. Learn More about Land Use/Land Cover »
|Land Use/Land Cover 2011||% of Southeast Seminole Heights Civic Association||% of City of Tampa||% of Hillsborough County|
|Urban and Built Up||93.10%||68.93%||46.16%|
Residential Low Density
Residential Med Density
Residential High Density
Commercial and Services
Data Provider: Southwest Florida Water Management District
Data Updated: September 2013
Zoning is the regulation for how land can be used. Zoning defines whether land can be used for residences, businesses, industrial activities or other types of uses.
The following agencies maintain the information related to zoning in your community:
Neighborhood associations are organizations that are formed by residents of a community with the goal of maintaining or improving the quality of life and sense of community. Associations can be formed voluntarily by residents or they can be created as part of the governing structure of a deed-restricted community.
Please click on this link to the Hillsborough Office of Neighborhood Relations to see a listing of registered neighborhood associations. Office of Neighborhood Relations .
Comprehensive Plans are legal documents developed by the Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission and adopted by local governments. The purpose of the Comprehensive Plan is to guide and coordinate the long range growth and development of the county and the municipalities.
Please view Government Resources under the Government Theme.
This section focuses on the available community resources in your community. Please click one of the following links to access the information maintained about the available resources and programs.
The 2-1-1 Tampa Bay program provides immediate and confidential crisis intervention, and information and referral services for a variety of community resources.
If you would like more information about community resources in Hillsborough County, call 211 or click to view the 2-1-1 Tampa Bay website .
The Hillsborough County Citizen Action Center is countywide call center is open seven days a week.
If you would like more information about community resources in Hillsborough County, call the InfoLine at 272-5900 or view the Community Link . The Hillsborough County Directory of Services is also available on-line.
This section provides links to websites and documents related to the environment from sources both within and outside your community. These links can provide you further information about the topics presented on this page.
Find the data providers, their contact information and details about the data presented on the Atlas
Download some of the data available on the Atlas. Please note that this data is not in its raw format, but has been modified to present it at the different geographies available on the Atlas. Additionally, not all data presented on the Atlas is available through the data download due to restrictions on its use.