Non-emergency numbers for Tampa Bay agencies

Tampa Bay residents experienced two outages in one day after issues with Frontier Communications. The massive outages on Wednesday also meant an outage in the 911 call centers.

The first outage happened around midnight Wednesday. About two hours later, service was restored. But not for long.

Later in the morning, lines were down again for about two hours, prompting emergency alerts sending thousands of residents alternate ways to call for help.

Agencies asked the public to call the non-emergency lines if they are experiencing an emergency. Frontier says they are working to ensure it doesn't happen again.

Here is a full list of the non-emergency numbers for various Tampa Bay agencies:

Hillsborough County:  813-247-8200

Tampa Police Department: 813-231-6130
Tampa Fire or medical service: 813-232-6805
Temple Terrace: 813-506-6500

Manatee County: 941-301-2270
Bradenton: 941-932-9301 or 941-932-9302

Pinellas: 727-582-5770
St. Petersburg: 727-893-7780
Clearwater:  727-562-4242 
Largo: (727) 587-6730

Sarasota County: 941-356-2732, 941-356-2747, 941-356-2778 

Pasco County: 727-847-8102

Polk County: 863-298-6200
Lakeland: 863-834-6900
Winter Haven:  (863) 401-2256

Hernando County: 352-754-6830
Hernando Fire Dispatch Non Emergency (352) 688-5045

Citrus County: 352-726-1121

Highlands County: 863-402-7200

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