Current Resiliency Coalition Members
To date, 29 local governments have adopted the Memorandum of Understanding, which defines that the Coalition will develop the Regional Resiliency Plan to address sea level rise, climate change and resiliency. (Updated December 2, 2019.)
Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, and Pinellas
Bradenton, Bradenton Beach, Clearwater, Dunedin, Gulfport, Holmes Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, Indian Shores, Largo, Madeira Beach, New Port Richey, Oldsmar, Palmetto, Redington Beach, Safety Harbor, Sarasota, Seminole, South Pasadena, St. Petersburg, St. Pete Beach, Tampa, Tarpon Springs, and Treasure Island.
How Your City Can Participate
To learn more about the plans, activities and future products, outputs and benefits, local governments and elected officials are invited to contact TBRPC Executive Director Sean Sullivan at sean AT tbrpc.org and CJ Reynolds, Director of Resilience and Engagement at cjreynolds AT tbrpc.org. TBRPC staff are available to discuss the goals and efforts, and give presentations to Councils and Boards to become a member.
How Business Community and Stakeholders Can Participate
Associations, businesses, universities and non-profits and community organizations working in the six counties are also invited to participate as Resilience Coalition Partners. The Coalition encourages organizations with expertise and ability to define needs, address risks and solutions on a range of sectors — from community impacts, to housing, as well as innovative energy and green infrastructure resiliency strategies, and resilient businesses and economic districts. To learn more about how the Resilience Coalition Partners, click here to register.