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Sheldon Road to Close Between Linebaugh and Waters May 11-12

Westchase driver should plan for closures on Sheldon Road just outside Westchase’s entrance on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 11-12, as CSX completes maintenance at a railroad crossing on Sheldon Road. That railroad crossing is on Sheldon just south of Linebaugh Avenue. The work being done by CSX repair crews is expected to begin on Tuesday,…

WCA Hosts New Drop-in Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic on Saturday, May 15 

The Westchase Community Association (WCA) is sponsoring another free walk-up vaccine clinic at the Westchase Swim and Tennis Center on Saturday, May 15, from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. No pre-registration is required. Those who received their first shots at the April 24 clinic can get their second doses (please note the earlier stop time of Saturday’s…

Westchase CDD Board Votes to Change Street Tree Program

Citing the increase of Westchase street tree removals in April, Westchase CDD Supervisors voted to change their street tree program at their May 4 meeting. That meeting also saw supervisors approve the district’s first step at addressing a turkey vulture issue affecting the eastern gated neighborhoods of The Bridges. The May 4 meeting touched on…

Improving Your Home: Getting Organized

It’s springtime and you may be getting ready to tackle spring-cleaning. Here are some tips to help you get your home in order. Need more space? You’re not alone. One of the most common requests that Realtors and homebuilders get when buyers are looking for a home is the desire for additional storage space. Though…

WCA Hosts Free Covid-19 Vaccination Walk in Clinic April 24

If you’ve put off getting your or your family’s Covid-19 vaccine because of the confusion or hassle of scheduling, the Westchase Community Association (WCA) has your solution. The Westchase association is graciously hosting a walk-in vaccination clinic at the Westchase Swim and Tennis Center on Saturday, April 24. No prior registration or scheduling is required….

Celebrate Earth Day on April 22

This year marks 51 years since the first Earth Day celebration was held on April 22, 1970. Twenty million Americans took to the streets, college campuses and hundreds of cities to protest environmental ignorance and demand a new way forward for our planet—and the movement caught on. Today, Earth Day is a global movement, with…

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