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If you suspect a vehicle has been abandoned or a vehicle is parked without a tag
call the Tallahassee Police Department at 891-4200.
Living in Florida comes with the possibility of alligators and snakes. For information about Florida's Alligator Management Program, go to http://myfwc.com/gators/.To report any problems with alligators call the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at 1-888-404-3922 (Wild life alert line). This is the regional office and they will dispatch a crew to assess the situation.
For information about snakes, visit the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission web page at http://myfwc.com/conservation/you-conserve/wildlife/snakes/. There you will find web pages and brochures that provide information concerning venomous and non-venomous snakes common to our area.
For estoppel requests, please fill out the KHA Estoppel Request Form, and send it via email to: fiscalassistant at killearn.org
The City of Tallahassee Stormwater Management Divisionhas a very informative site regarding flooding in Tallahassee. This site offers information about floodplain map amendments, pictures of flooding in the area, and information on what to do in case of a flood.
Leon County Mosquito Control services are available to all city and county residents. Direct services include inspections, larvicide applications, hand spraying, truck sprays and, where appropriate, placement of mosquito fish. For information or to request spraying in your area, visit their website or call 850-606-2200.
Road Repairs (potholes)
The City of Tallahassee handles street maintenance, which includes pothole patching; curb & gutter repair; sidewalk repair; base repair; guardrail repair, bridge repair; utility cut repair and unpaved roadway maintenance. Call 891-5300 or learn more at http://www.talgov.com/Main/DigiTallyServiceRequests.aspx
Street Sweeping is handled by the City of Tallahassee and includes sweeping of streets and parking lots. Sweeping of streets is accomplished through established routes throughout the City. Currently each FDOT street is swept on a once-a-month cycle, others on a 120-day cycle; they also sweep for special functions. For more info visit http://www.talgov.com/pubworks/streetmaint.cfm.