Recreational options expand in northern Hillsborough

Carrollwood Village Community Park is finally a reality — and ready for the public to enjoy. Situated on a 50-acre site that was once home to the now-offline Dale Mabry Wastewater Treatment Plant, the “passive” community park offers a number of amenities. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Oct. 19 to celebrate the partial completion of Phase I of the park. Features include a dog park, a … [Read more...]

New community park planned in North Tampa

A new family friendly county park is coming this fall to the Greater Carrollwood area. After nearly a year of finalizing its conceptual design, construction is slated to begin next month on the new Carrollwood Village Community Park, at 13055 Delwood Road in Tampa. The park replaces the site of the Dale Mabry Wastewater Treatment Plant, which is situated on 50 acres along the west side of … [Read more...]

Carrollwood Village park project pushes forward

With funding secured for a new community park in Carrollwood Village, the next step is finalizing the project’s conceptual design. The 50-acre Carrollwood Village Community Park is set to replace the Dale Mabry Wastewater Treatment Plant once it goes offline, and the land is converted to a green space. The property is situated west of North Dale Mabry Highway, south of West Village Drive … [Read more...]

Dale Mabry wastewater enters final installation phase

Motorists tooling around the North Tampa area may have to take a few detours in coming weeks, as Hillsborough County completes the pipeline installation on the Dale Mabry Wastewater Diversion project. The project requires the closures of both lanes and roads in portions of Carrollwood Village. The works is expected to be completed by early October. These areas will be affected: Salem … [Read more...]

New park seeks funding

A grassroots effort from community members in Carrollwood Village spurred the idea for a new 50-acre park that may see the light of day in the next few years. The Carrollwood Village Community Park expects to replace the Dale Mabry Wastewater Treatment Plant once it goes offline, and the land is converted to a green space. While the green site should be available by the spring of 2017, there’s … [Read more...]

Wastewater plant is set to retire

Due to increasing maintenance and operation expenses at the Dale Mabry Wastewater Treatment Plant, the county expects to retire the plant. To prepare to end operations at the 40-year-old plant, the county is installing a six-mile stretch of 24-inch and 36-inch reclaimed water pipeline transmission main, and a new pump station to transfer wastewater flows from the Dale Mabry plant’s location to … [Read more...]