|Water Use Restrictions Workshop
Did you know that Tampa has had year-round water use restrictions that have been strictly enforced for decades? Violations of Tampa's water use restrictions may result in fines ranging from $100 - $500 and a mandatory court appearance. The Water Department is offering a FREE virtual 1-hour Water Use Restrictions Workshop on Sept 15th at 12pm. Don't get fined - learn the rules on when to water your lawn and landscape in Tampa. Sign up now & get a free bag of goodies.
Volunteer with Kaboom
The Tampa Parks & Recreation team is building a new playground at Williams Park with KABOOM! and Hancock Whitney – they need your help! Volunteer on October 6, 7 and 8, 2022 by registering here: bit.ly/3Ps3V5A. Please note - all youth under the legal working age for this state will not be able to participate.
The City of Tampa strives to serve the business interests of both small and large businesses across a broad spectrum of industry sectors. A favorable tax structure, quality infrastructure, development incentives, and a strong labor force are just a few of the features that make Tampa a top choice for business innovation and development. See the Business Guide for resources on everything business – construction, permitting, incentive programs, taxes, and more.
Tampa Parks & Recreation’s services can be found all over the city! Utilize the Park Finder app to find parks, amenities, beaches, boat ramps, gymnasiums, dog parks, and more near you.
Make sure you are signed up to receive critical information in the event of an emergency! Text TAMPAREADY (or TAMPALISTA for Spanish) to 888-777. Follow @AlertTampa on Twitter & register for Alert Tampa online. For more preparedness info, visit tampa.gov/Hurricane.
Job of the Week
The Water Department is hiring an Electrician to execute highly technical skilled electrical maintenance and repair work on specialized industrial water treatment equipment, control systems and instrumentation. This position must be qualified and capable of working with voltages up to 13,800 volts, and must be cognizant of electrical hazards and adhere to safe working practices at all times.