December 2007 TampaGov News


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2007 Digital Cities Survey WinnerTampaGov Wins a Major Award

The 2007 Digital Cities Survey ranked TampaGov as one of the country's leading government web sites for 2007. The survey, sponsored by the Center for Digital Government, recognized Tampa for successfully using technology in implementing a seamless environment between local government and citizens. More...
 

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Festive Cheer at Santa Fest
Santa Fest 2007Santa Fest is sure to get you in the holiday mood as Centennial Park is transformed into a winter wonderland with ice skating, two giant snow slides, make-n-take crafts and continuous holiday entertainment.  Visitors can meet Jack Frost, a walking, talking Christmas Tree, the Geico Gecko, and the Grump as well as enjoy free samples of Leighton’s Honey and Popsicles. 

The 25th Annual Santa Fest presented by the Tampa Bay Federal Credit Union, is on Saturday, December 1, 2007. This free, family festival takes place from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Centennial Park and the Ybor State Museum, located at 1800 18th Street in Tampa's Ybor City.  More...

Savings at Your Fingertips
Did you know you can save money by using TampaGov? To find out how much you can save, TampaGov has a tool to help you estimate your savings by transacting business electronically versus traveling to City offices.  More...

An Interactive Neighborhood
Find a NeighborhoodAn interactive service featuring comprehensive information on Tampa's organized neighborhoods was recently cited by the Alliance for Innovation as an innovative online service that is extremely useful to the City's web visitors. More...

Events this Month  
Whether you are interested in a Parks and Recreation special event, an exhibition at the Tampa Museum of Art, or a public meeting, check out this month's calendar.

Customer Service Center

The Customer Service Center allows you to report non-emergency concerns, ask a question or request city services. City staff will receive and respond to your request via the internet. This service also allows you to track your request as it progresses through city government.

Changing the Business of Government
City Implements New Initiative
In response to reductions in property tax revenue, the City of Tampa announced a new initiative, Changing the Business of Government.


The three-year initiative looks at fundamental changes in the way the City will conduct business in order to meet the challenges of reduced revenues. The first 11 changes presented will result in a net cost savings of over $3.4 million. Other possible changes and ideas are being evaluated and this process is on-going. Teams of employees within city government from all levels of the organization have been set up and they are tasked to explore and thoroughly evaluate the feasibility of each idea. More...

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