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Posted on Dec 15th, 2017

Trash Bins
Please store your trash can and recycle bin out of view of the street and neighboring properties, except on Trash Pickup Days. All trash must be placed in a trash bag and placed within the trash bin. This will prevent trash from being blown into the ponds and all over the neighborhood.
 
Wednesday pickup  - Trash (black bin) & Recycling (blue bin)
Saturday pickup       - Trash (black bin) & Yard Waste *
 
EVERYTHING MUST FIT IN THE BINS. PLEASE DO NOT PLACE ITEMS BY THE ROAD - IT IS AN EYESORE FOR YOUR NEIGHBORS and IT WILL NOT BE PICKED UP!
 
 
* Yard waste will continue to be collected manually at curbside, in containers provided by customers, or in bundles and/or bags. Tree limbs and hedge clippings should not be more than 4 feet in length and 6 inches in diameter. Also, yard waste volumes cannot exceed two cubic yards or 50 pounds.

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HCSO Tip
Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office           
 
Did you know...nearly half of all vehicle thefts is due to driver error?
The top two months for vehicle thefts are July and August…to highlight National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month, we want you to keep these tips in mind:
• Never leave your keys in your vehicle or valuables on display…it makes you an easy target for would-be car thieves.
• Be sure to lock your windows and doors every time you leave.
• And park in a well-lit area or a garage if possible.
Having home security cameras is helpful, but they don’t always deter crime. So please, protect your vehicle this month by remembering to lock it up!

Neighborhood Watch
 
       Help protect your community!
 
                   GET INVOLVED! 
 
Email property manager (Christie Trimmer) at CollegeChaseHOA@gmail.com

Crime Reporting
From HCSO - About tip411:

We have a new tool to help you help us keep our county safe. It's called tip411. All you have to do is download it to your smartphone or tablet.tip411 is simple yet effective.

You can find the app through the Apple App store or Google Play. Just type in "HCSOSHERIFF'' (no space). Download it and keep it handy.

tip411 is easy to use. To send us a tip, press "New Tip.'' You can also include a photograph or video. Just touch the camera icon at the bottom.

All tips transmit instantly to our Communications Center, where the information is directed to the appropriate area, i.e. patrol, narcotics, warrants, etc.

We monitor tip411 twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. And all tips are anonymous.

Remember: in the event of an emergency, always dial 9-1-1.

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