Resilient Ready Tampa Bay was a regional technical assistance project that was created to enhance the capacity of Tampa Bay communities to assess, plan for, and adapt to flood impacts through the expanded use of multi-functional green infrastructure systems and resilient site design and construction practices. The Resilient Ready team worked with three local governments to provide technical analyses and design services for their flood-prone study areas. These three case studies exemplify the flood challenges and design opportunities faced by other local governments throughout the Tampa Bay Region, and their adaptation solutions will be translated into regional resources freely available to the Resiliency Coalition members.
The Resilient Ready project is coordinated by the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council and made possible by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Resilient Florida Coastlines Program.
This work was funded in part through a grant agreement from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Resilient Florida Program, by a grant provided by the Office of Resilience and Coastal Protection. The views, statements, findings, conclusions and recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the State of Florida or any of its subagencies.
Resilient Ready Symposium
The TBRPC, along with ULI Tampa Bay, hosted a symposium on June 23, 2022 at the Tampa River Center. This event highlighted the findings of the previously held design charrettes.