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The Tampa Theatre will lift the curtain on its first expansion in its 98-year history Friday, as it unveils a new “microcinema” to the public.The new addition was made possible in part by funds from the City's Downtown Tampa Community Redevelopment…
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The City of Tampa is proud to announce it will be working with Walk Bike Tampa, which has been awarded an Accelerated Mobility Playbook (AMP) Technical Grant from City Thread, a national non-profit organization that…
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Today, Mayor Jane Castor, Councilman Alan Clendenin, and other city officials invite the community to join in a special LGBT flag-raising ceremony outside Old City Hall.This event marks the beginning of Pride Month, a time dedicated to uplifting…
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The City of Tampa will be unveiling and dedicating six new monuments at Veterans Plaza in Jim Walter Park today, May 29, at 10:30 a.m.The monuments for these World War II veterans and their unveiling have been years in the making. The residents —…
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In a decision approved by the Tampa City Council, the City of Tampa has cemented its commitment to public safety by entering into an agreement for current Police Chief Lee Bercaw to continue leading the Tampa Police Department. This agreement…
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The City of Tampa is now accepting applications from residents to serve on a non-partisan board that will advise the Mayor and other officials on how to best implement development projects. In 2023, City Council approved the Community Benefits…
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As housing affordability remains a top issue for residents and those hoping to move to the area, the City of Tampa is taking major steps to address long-term housing development and preservation. With historic levels of investment from the City of…
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Councilman Luis Viera, alongside State Senator Jay Collins and Tammy Zell of the American Legion Auxiliary, will lead a flag raising ceremony to honor the memory and sacrifice of PFC Hugh Gilbert “Buddy” Strickland, the first casualty of war from…
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Vila Brothers Park in Tampa will soon honor a community advocate and champion of West Tampa with the official naming of its dog park.
 
The naming of the "Sandra de Diego Sanchez Dog Park," lead by Tampa City Council Chairman Guido…
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 In response to discussions of a proposed citywide juvenile curfew ordinance, the Tampa Police Department and Tampa Parks and Recreation are collaborating with a goal of expanding an evening youth program known as "Stay and Play." The Police…
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The City of Tampa Community Engagement & Partnerships team is hosting a panel discussion to educate community members about the proposed citywide curfew ordinance that will impact juveniles 15 years old and under. During the Family Summit,…
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City of Tampa officials will gather for a street renaming dedication ceremony, honoring the late J. Clifford MacDonald, a revered advocate for disability rights and community empowerment. Tampa City Councilmembers alongside representatives from the…
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Today, the City of Tampa will pay tribute to the remarkable life and enduring legacy of the late Michael Phillips, a revered local disability and healthcare advocate, with an honorary street renaming ceremony. Tampa City Council members and…
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The Martin Luther King Parade Foundation, Inc., in partnership with the City of Tampa, is thrilled to announce updates for the 2024 parade and activities honoring the life and legacy of Civil Rights Leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The…
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The City of Tampa invites the community to the annual Illuminate East Tampa celebration. Community leaders and City staff will light up three floating holiday trees at Robert L. Cole, Sr. Community Lake, located at 1798 E. Martin Luther King, Jr.…
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To bring awareness to metastatic breast cancer (MBC) and to show support to those impacted by the disease, the City of Tampa will illuminate multiple locations on Friday evening. Old City Hall, the Riverwalk, Curtis Hixon Park, the Louver Fountain…
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PURPOSE: The City of Tampa will raise the Italian flag to celebrate the influence of Italians in the City of Tampa and our friendship with Italy and the City of Agrigento with whom we have a Sister City agreement.…
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Mayor Jane Castor today presented a proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2024 that aims to keep Tampa thriving by ramping up the paving of deteriorated roads and construction of missing sidewalks, as well as greater investments in affordable housing,…
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WHO: Mayor Jane Castor, Councilman Alan Clendenin, and other city officials.

WHAT: Community members, City of Tampa employees, and media outlets are invited to join Mayor Jane Castor for an …
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The East Tampa Community Redevelopment Area's (ETCRA) Public Safety Subcommittee has announced its plans to install a crosswalk art mural at the intersection of 34th Street and Cayuga Street. The East Tampa CRA and City of Tampa…
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Named one of the most “beautiful cinemas” in the world, the Tampa Theatre is receiving much-needed repair and restoration improvements to protect and fully preserve the iconic landmark.  Phase I of the restoration efforts started in…
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Mayor Jane Castor and the Tampa City Council will be sworn into office today at 9 a.m. at Armature Works in Tampa.

The ceremony will mark the beginning of Mayor Castor's second term and the start of a new council term.

This…