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Historic Preservation Board Openings

Join the Temple Terrace Historic Preservation Board and become a guardian of our city's rich history! We're seeking passionate individuals to fill five regular member and two alternate member positions. Whether you're an architect, historian, archaeologist, or have a keen interest in historic preservation, your expertise is invaluable. Help shape the future while preserving the past by applying online at www.templeterrace.gov or contacting the City Clerk's office before October 27. Join us in safeguarding our heritage and contributing to the Certified Local Government program. Your legacy starts here!


Tampa Bay MPO Merger

At the August 1 City Council meeting, Beth Alden, Executive Director of the Hillsborough TPO gave a presentation on the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Merger Concept, highlighting both the pros and cons for potential participants, including Temple Terrace. You can view the discussion on the City's YouTube channel here:  https://youtu.be/PikwKapItBw&amp More information about plan can be found here: https://suncoasttpa.org/regional-plans/tampa-bay-mpo/ 

Dispatchers Wanted

The Temple Terrace Police Department currently is seeking applicants for a Police Communications Officer to work in the 9-1-1 Communications Unit. Responsibilities include receiving and dispatching information between the central radio room and mobile units; monitoring communications between vehicles in the field; and routing police/fire vehicles and personnel. The pay range is $22.13-$35.42 / hour.  Click here for more information.

Data Breach

Progress Software Corp. recently disclosed that its MOVEit file transfer tool used by EMS Management and Consultants, Inc. (EMS/MC), had been compromised on May 31, 2023, and again in June, possibly affecting millions of individuals across the country, including in Temple Terrace. After conducting an analysis of its data, EMS/MC, the billing service provider used by the City’ Fire Department, confirmed that names, dates of service, medical treatment locations (destination hospital), and medical record numbers related to approximately 700 patients treated and/or transported by the Temple Terrace Fire Department were potentially impacted. For more information, click here.