Our Vision

The Keystone-Odessa community will continue to be a rural community, embracing its agricultural past. Its continuing desire is to be an open area that values nature above commercialism; dark, star-filled skies at night above the glare of urban lights; and, the sound of crickets and frogs above traffic noise. Blessed with many lakes, wetlands and rivers, and dependent on water wells for survival, these will be supported to ensure their continued health. Protection of water resources will be paramount. Rural roads that transect the Keystone-Odessa community will remain in their present form (two-lane local and collector roadway connections for movement without entering major arterial highways), freely used by community residents. Urban design standards and/or traffic generated by surrounding high population center are not to degrade the community's country roads.


Adopt-A-Road

Trash and other discards along Tarpon Springs, Gunn, and Van Dyke are routinely removed by our KCA team of 30 Keystoners.

They meet at the Keystone Park, 17928 Gunn Highway (1/4 mile north of Van Dyke Road) between 7:30 and 8:00 a.m. each Quarter. There are refreshments and complementary T-shirts provided by Keep Hillsborough County Beautiful, and as always, judging for the treasures of the day.


Keystone Spring Fundraiser


Bait and Beer Shop to Open Up 24/7 on Lake Keystone

Recently a resident was overheard commenting about the upcoming request to allow an exercise facility to operate 24 hours at more...


Horse Sense

Even if you have never ridden a horse in your life, if you live in Keystone you need to have more...


Boating Safety

  With warm weather and the end of school, the number of powerboats on area lakes triples. Many of more...


Wildlife Haven Rehab

Like many of us, Lynn works a full time job that limits her time available for her rescue work. Quite more...


What is an Outside Dog

From the Humane Society Newsletter "Making Tracks" by Carie Peterson I hear people asking the question "Is this an more...


Resources

  Disaster Preparedness Guide for Elders Disaster Preparedness for People with Disabilities--- This is a Red more...


The Caregiver Corner:

While hurricane season started six weeks ago, it’s the next 6-8 weeks that typically matter the most to those of more...


Apple Snails Invade Florida Waters

Populations of the channeled apple snail (Pomacea canaliculaa group), a larger relative of the native Florida apple snail (Pomacea paludosa), more...


Artistic Cuts Salon

Lynn, Head Stylist (813) 920-4384 2107 Gunn Highway (west side, ¼ mile south of SR 54, just south of mini-storage) more...


Gabby’s Grill

  You’ve driven past it hundreds of times. Tucked back in a non-descript industrial-park-looking development in the Pasco section more...


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