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🎅 Santa Claus has checked his list twice and the students of DeSoto Elementary are on the nice list! Mayor Jane Castor, Councilman Orlando Gudes and the Mayor's Hispanic Heritage Committee will host…

News General, News Mayor Office, News Wastewater, News Water Department

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and market uncertainty, the City of Tampa demonstrated exceptional financial management by securing the largest bond sale in Florida at the time since the start…

News General, News Mayor Office

For the second year in a row, onbikes will join the City of Tampa and Mayor Jane Castor for Caroling with Castor, an event where a team of elves, Mayor Jane Castor and community partners make…

News General, News Solid Waste

In observance of Christmas Day, City of Tampa offices will be closed on Thursday, December 24, 2020 and Friday, December 25, 2020.  Residential Customers who receive collection Friday, will be…

News General, News Internal Audit

CIPs are initially identified by departments based on their experiences, infrastructure needs, industry standards, COT development plans, and various other factors. Annually, departments submit CIP…

News Mayor Office, News Solid Waste

The City of Tampa Department of Solid Waste & Environmental Program Management along with Mayor Jane Castor will be sharing Holiday greetings at St. Joseph’s Hospital with the help of decorated…

News Internal Audit

The Business Tax section of Neighborhood Enhancement is responsible for registering properties. Information is obtained primarily by a property owner submitting a registration form through the City…

News Emergency Management, News General, News Mayor Office

As the state of Florida surpasses 20,000 deaths, the City of Tampa will ring the bell of Old City Hall 20 times at sundown today (around 5:37 p.m.), December 16th and will light up the City of Tampa…

News COVID-19, News General, News Mayor Office

As the state of Florida surpasses 20,000 deaths, the City of Tampa will ring the bell of Old City Hall 20 times at sundown on Wednesday (around 5:37 p.m.), December 16th and will light up the City of…

News Tampa Police

SYNOPSIS: Jarda Bradford altered evidence in a Tampa Police Department investigation. After altering the evidence, she submitted official documents as evidence. As a result, a felony warrant was…

News Mayor Office

Mayor Jane Castor and the City of Tampa welcome Brandie Miklus to the City of Team to help elevate the administration’s focus on mobility and infrastructure projects across the City. Brandie’s…

News Emergency Management, News General, News Mayor Office

With the holiday season upon us, the City of Tampa has launched a series of new initiatives throughout the month to emphasize COVID-19 safety. The latest is an offshoot of the #HappyATHomeTPA…

News Tampa Police

Note: While information regarding suicide investigations is generally not released in deference to the survivors, Chief Dugan and the family have authorized the release of the following synopsis. …

News General, News Mayor Office

Today December 10, 2020, Mayor Jane Castor to deliver holiday gift baskets to families around Tampa with the help of city employees. WHO: Mayor Jane Castor and Partner Ana Cruz WHAT: Annual holiday…

News General, News Parks and Recreation, News Water Department

The City plans to close its “business only” distribution site on December 10. The City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department distributed (295,248 bottles of water and 498,479 face coverings) to…

News General, News Transportation Advisories and Road Closures, News Water Department

Beginning at 9 a.m. today, the outside northbound and outside southbound lanes of North Nebraska Avenue will be closed between East Sligh Avenue and East Elm Street while the Tampa Water Department…

News Tampa Police

Using genetic genealogy to develop new leads and probable cause in a 22 year old case, the combined dedicated efforts of the Tampa Police Department, Florida Department of Law Enforcement,…

News General, News Water Department

The precautionary boil water notice issued earlier this week as a result of the water main break at the David L. Tippin Water Treatment Facility is no longer in effect in our service area which…

News Water Department

The first round of water quality testing after issuing a precautionary boil water notice late Monday afternoon has shown satisfactory results with no evidence of contamination. The results of the…

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As part of Mayor Jane Castor’s Transforming Tampa’s Tomorrow vision, key experts and stakeholders have been appointed to the Sustainability & Resiliency Advisory Team. The Sustainability and…

News Transportation Advisories and Road Closures, News Water Department

Earlier this afternoon a transmission water main from the David L. Tippin Water Treatment Facility was hit by a third party performing work in the area. We have now isolated the water main and shut…

News General, News Water Department

The citywide notice banning irrigation watering following the transmission main break at the David L. Tippin Water Treatment Facility has now been rescinded. Residents are permitted to resume their…

News Tampa Police

Incident Date/Time: November 2, 2020 @ 8:01 AM Location: N. 29th St. & E. 19th Av. Victim: Marqueas Williams, black male, 17-years-old (9/26/2003)           Details: Just after 8:00 on…

News Emergency Management, News General, News Water Department

Late yesterday afternoon a large transmission water main coming from the David L. Tippin Water Treatment Facility was hit by a third party performing work in the area. Work crews have been working…

News General, News Water Department

As of December 7, the City of Tampa is under a Boil Water Notice. In order to help residents during this time until the Boil Water Notice is rescinded, the Tampa Parks and Recreation Department will…