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Welcome To the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council
The tougher challenges of the 21st century require regional thinkers, conveners and problem solvers. Since 1962, the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council has brought together local governments and gubernatorial appointees to coordinate planning for the Region’s future. TBRPC provides a venue for analyzing issues, resolving problems, and sharing solutions among the jurisdictions in Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco and Pinellas Counties.
- The 25th Annual Future of the Region Awards will be held on Friday, April 28th, 8:30am at Hilton Carillon Park in St. Petersburg. Click here for more details and information to register for the event.
- The next meeting of the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council is:
Monday, May 8th at 10 am.
- TBRPC is hosting a Peril of Flood Workshop on Friday, May 5th. Click here to view TBRPC's Peril of Flood page
- Stormwater Management Public Education & Training Committee FY 2018 Application is now available. Click here to download the Grant Application for FY2018
- U.S. Economic Development Administration visits TBRPC
- Presentations from TBRPC's 2017 Innovations in Regional Transportation Summit are now available for download. Click here to view the event page with presentation links
- The Tampa Bay Climate Science Advisory Panel has issued its Recommended Projection of Sea Level Rise for the Tampa Bay Region. Click here to download the report
- The Tampa Bay LEPC has developed an All-Hazards Guide for Businesses: Planning for Risks. Click here to download the guide (PDF)
- The latest edition of Bay Soundings is now available, covering news and issues affecting Tampa Bay and its watershed. Click here to view the latest issue at BaySoundings.com