Brandon Worship Center 445 Lithia Pinecrest Rd, Brandon, FL33511 Brandon Worship Center is a family church on a beautiful, tree-filled lot located on Lithia Pinecrest Road, just past…More Bryan Road. Here, you will find a welcoming and strong faith community. Brandon Worship Center invites newcomers to stop by for a service or call for more information.
Brandon Clinic 220 Grand Regency Blvd, Brandon, FL33510 Brandon Clinic is the Macdill Community Resource Center of Brandon. It is an extension of our Macdill AFB…More branch. They can provide simple medical attention to qualified military personnel. They also offer counseling, advice, selling of homes or finding one to families of our military branches. This community center serves the Brandon community because 75% of Macdill personnel live in the community.
Community Diagnostic Center 500 Vonderburg Dr, Brandon, FL33511 Community Diagnostic Center is a medical imaging facility located in Brandon. Available procedures include ultrasound,…More CAT scans, sonograms, mammography, MRI and electrocardiogram testing.
Brandon Regional Library is one of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System's most heavily trafficked. The…More 20,000-square-foot, two-story facility houses more than 141,148 volumes and has public meetings rooms and a public fax. Self-checkout is available as well as vending machines for snacks and beverages.
The library hosts community happenings and events and programs for kids and adults. A calendar of events is available online.
The existing Brandon library had many forerunners. In 1960, the Brandon Women's Club opened a library in its clubhouse on North Moon Street. Eight years later, the Brandon Branch Library was dedicated at 135 West Robertson Street. On March 10, 1991, the library reopened as the Brandon Regional Library at its current location on Vonderburg Drive.
The Brandon Regional Library shares space with the Center Place Fine Arts & Civic Association in the Sandy Rodriguez Center. The facility is named for Rodriguez, an early supporter of Center Place. His wife, Lisa, serves as Center Place's marketing director and the 2010-11 Honorary Mayor of Brandon.
The Brandon Sports & Aquatic Center has been a staple in the Brandon community for more than four decades. Its…More 12-acre facility offers a 50-meter competition pool, teaching pool, a 17.5-foot deep diving well, six clay tennis courts, four hard-surface tennis courts, a fitness room, playground, pro shop, cafe and a Tennis Shack of Florida retail store.
The center opened as the Brandon Swin & Tennis Club, but it changed its name to the current Brandon Sports & Aquatic Center to both better reflect its expanded mission and its re-establishment as a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. The center's aim is to enhance the life of the community by providing fitness, character and athletic programs for persons of all ages and abilities. Scholarships for children in need are provided for through gifts from members and from fundraising activities.
In 2010, the center received a $2,500 grant from the Tampa Bay Lightning Foundation, a recognition that center officials hope to build upon. The money was to help fund the center's After School All Stars Academic Enrichment program.