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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.
- TBRPC will host a one-day summit to promote "Innovations in Regional Transportation" on Thursday, February 16th at the Hilton Carillon Park in St. Petersburg. Click here for more information and to register for the event.
- The next meeting of the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council is:
Monday, February 13th, 2017 at 10 am
- Tampa Bay LEPC staff will be hosting two EPCRA How-to-Comply/E-Plan Electronic Filing Workshops, one on Monday, February 6th and another on Tuesday, February 7th, to assist facilities with the annual reporting requirements of their hazardous material(s) inventory. Click here for more information
- Presentation slides from the ONE BAY Resilient Communities Working Group meeting held November 4th at TBRPC are available for download
- 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