|Hurricane Ian Relief Donation Drive
The City of Tampa is hosting a donation drive to help families in SWFL impacted by Hurricane Ian. Drop-off sites will open across the city starting today, October 17 through Friday, October 21 from 7 am - 7 pm. See details on the daily locations. Thank you to Stepps Towing for providing a trailer to transport the donated items. Volunteers are still needed. Sign up here, if you'd like to help out.
Storm-Related Yard Waste Collection
Pile all storm-related vegetative yard debris curbside in preparation for collection. This is for vegetation only (bushes, tree branches, palm fronds, etc). There is no need to call and report a special pickup. Please leave debris curbside until it can be collected. Note that this may not line up with your regularly scheduled collection day. The post-storm collection began on October 3rd and is expected to take several weeks. Follow the progress using the Debris Cleanup Map.
Checking for Indoor Leaks Workshop
Water leaks in your pipes and appliances are one of the biggest reasons people experience high water bills. Become a leak detective! Attend the Tampa Water Department’s upcoming 1-hour virtual workshop on October 21 at 12 pm and get a FREE leak detection kit!
Water Department Job Expo
Are you interested in a career with the City of Tampa Water Department? Don't miss the Water Department Job Expo on October 22, located at 3901 E 26th Ave, from 9 am to 12 pm to learn about current job openings and future career opportunities. Please bring 2 copies of your resume.
Seminole Heights Flooding Relief Project Community Meeting
Live in Seminole Heights? To learn about current & future construction in the Seminole Heights Flooding Relief Project, join this community meeting on October 26 at 6 pm at the Hillsborough High Auditorium. Residents will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss concerns with the project team. Please park in the school’s Central Avenue lot next to the stadium. Visit SeminoleHeightsStormwater.com for more information.
Planning for Tampa’s Tomorrow Town Halls
Tampa's on the move! We want to hear your ideas, questions, and concerns on major planning initiatives to shape our transportation, growth, & development. Attend one of the remaining town halls on October 18 (virtual) or October 24. Topics like solar energy, housing, community engagement, sustainability, flooding, and mobility will be discussed. Learn more and register at tampa.gov/PlanningTownHalls.
Job of the Week
The Marketing team is looking for a Digital Content Creator to develop graphic, video, animation, and social media content that complements the brand. This position will collaborate with other departments and team members to ensure consistency in proper messaging that supports the city’s strategic goals through print, digital, web, and social media outlets.