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Fish Hawk Trails Hurricane Ian Update

Fish Hawk Trails 

While we cannot control Mother Nature, we urge you to focus on those things which you can control.  Lean forward, prepare, and stay safe.  The safety of residents, their families, and our employees are our foremost concern.

While we have taken preemptive measures throughout the year to minimize damage from trees falling, we do, however, anticipate with the projected intensity of Ian there will be some tree damage.  We have alerted our service providers but there’s no guarantee of how fast they can respond.

Access Control

Once the Tampa Florida region has been issued a Hurricane Warning, Marksman will establish its Emergency Operations Center.  This center will operate 24/7 from the time the warning is issued until conditions return to normal.  Upon receipt of an advisory that winds of 74 mph plus are anticipated, Marksman employees will be advised to exit their post or stay home. The front gates will be left open and secured as best as they can.  Staff will return to their post once it is deemed safe to do so.

Property Management

As a safety precaution, we urge you to secure all backyard items, small landscape pots, and flags as these items are easily blown away and easily become projectiles.

Sandy Shand, Community Association Manager
12630 Race Track Road, Tampa, FL 33626
Phone: (813) 815-5057
Email: sshand@lelandmanagement.com
Resident Support questions – residentsupport@lelandmanagement.com or call
Resident Support: 727-451-7850
The after-hours Emergency Number is 866-263-3987

County Sheriff: 813-247-8200

Hillsborough County

All Hillsborough County offices and facilities will close Monday, Sept. 26 to allow staff to focus on the emergency response to Tropical Storm Ian.

MacDill Air Force Based issued a mandatory evacuation that will be completed by noon tomorrow, September 27 for “non-mission essential individuals.” Hillsborough County schools will be closed today, September 26 through Thursday, September 29.

All extracurricular activities have been canceled.   Classes, activities, and events at the University of Tampa have been canceled and will resume operation by Monday, October 3. To receive county alerts about Hurricane Ian, please visit HCFLGov.net/StaySafe.

All County libraries, parks, preserves, and recreation centers are closed. All County public meetings have also been postponed. The Veterans Memorial Park open house scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 27, has been postponed. The open house will be rescheduled at a later date.

As of today, Hillsborough County Solid Waste will continue normal collection operations as scheduled and all Solid Waste facilities will remain open. However, this is subject to change.

We will endeavor to keep you updated as possible.