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The Mobility Department is primarily responsible for planning, implementing, operating and maintaining the City of Tampa's transportation and stormwater infrastructure.

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Parks and Recreation

Our highest priority is to advance the quality of life in Tampa's neighborhoods by delivering consistent services; maintaining the safety and appearance of city parks and recreation facilities; and instilling community pride.

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Development and Growth Management

The Construction Services Division, as part of the Development & Growth Management Department, provides all building permit and inspection services for property development in the City.

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Equal Business Opportunity

The Equal Business Opportunity Program is tailored to help small, women, minority, Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVOSB) and Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) and LGBT-owned businesses flourish.

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Neighborhood Enhancement

The City of Tampa Neighborhood Enhancement Division (formerly Code Enforcement & Clean City Divisions) enforces all non-criminal city ordinances, codes, and regulations.

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Water, a Public Works and Utility Services department, treats and delivers drinking water to about 620,000 people in the Tampa Bay area and is responsible for citywide water conservation efforts to help manage local water demands. The Department's service area encompasses 211 square miles.

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Solid Waste

The Department of Solid Waste & Environmental Program Management is comprised of a 266 personnel team providing environmentally safe, time responsive, and cost-effective collection, disposal, and recycling services for nearly 90,000 residential and commercial customers in the City of Tampa.

Updated: 06/16/2022