- Bay Soundings
- Council Meeting Presentations
- Developments of Regional Impact
- Directions to TBRPC
- 2014 Disaster Planning Guide (Hurricane Guide)
- Future of the Region Awards
- Integrating Nitrogen Management with Planning
- Request for Proposals
- RESTORE Act
- Staff Directory
- Tampa Bay Regional Directory
- VISIONS: 2013 Annual Report
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Welcome To the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council
The tougher challenges of the 21st century will 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, while providing a venue for analyzing issues, resolving problems, and sharing solutions among the 43 jurisdictions in Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco and Pinellas Counties.
- TBRPC presents The New Normal: Fiscal and Demographic Trends Shaping Florida and Tampa Bay on Monday, November 10th from 8:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. at TBPRC. Click here for more info and to register for the event
- The next meeting of the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council is:
Monday, December 8th, 2014 at 10 a.m.
- A meeting of the ONE BAY: Resilient Communities Working Group was held on Friday, October 3rd, 2014. Click here to view the meeting presentations
- Economic Valuation of Tampa Bay, a report prepared by the Tampa Bay Estuary Program and TBRPC, is now available for download. Click here to view the report (PDF)
- The 2014 Tampa Bay Disaster Planning Guide, the Official Hurricane Guide for the Tampa Bay Area, is now available for download. Click here to view the Disaster Planning Guide for your county, including Evacuation Maps, Shelter Lists, and other important disaster planning information
- 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
- The Florida Energy Resiliency Strategy Report is now available for download. Click here to view the report prepared by the eleven Regional Planning Councils in Florida (PDF)