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Save time by subscribing to TampaGov RSS feeds and receive up-to-dateinformation according to your personal schedule. Receive the feeds on your PC,PDA, cell phone or other electronic communication device. Consider some possible usesand theresulting benefits.

Avoid waiting in traffic due to accidents or otherunusual conditions.

If you work in Tampa and commute daily, subscribe to the RSS feed for Traffic Related AdvisoriesTraffic Related Advisories. Have your RSS reader acquire current trafficconditions hourly or at times you want, such as just before leaving your home oroffice. Then plan your trip to avoid the reported incidents.

Looking for new employment -- have job postings sent to you.

If you are seeking employment, consider working for the City of Tampa, it's agreat organization. The problem is you want to know when a job opens that you'dlike to pursue.  You can return to TampaGov frequently, checking the listof jobs using your Internet browser; or you can call the Job Line (813-274-8115)once or more each week; or you can check bulletin board postings by EmploymentServices. Instead subscribe to the RSS feed for Employment OpeningsEmployment Openings. New job openings will be received only when they are posted.You won't need to remember to call the Job Line or to visit the web site, theopportunities will be delivered directly to you for your consideration.

How do you use the TampaGov RSS feeds?

Check out all the TampaGov RSS feeds.We're interested in how you employ these feeds. Tell us yourexperience, and we may publish your benefits on this page!

What is RSS?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML-based format for content distribution. TampaGov offers several RSS feeds with headlines, descriptions and links back to for additional detail.

We encourage use of the feeds, and you may re-post them as long as you provide proper attribution to the City of Tampa. Whenever you post TampaGov content on your web site or anywhere else, please identify as the source.

RSS feeds by themselves may be confusing. If you view one in most browsers, you’ll see XML source code, which is intended for an RSS reader/aggregator. RSS aggregators periodically check for new items in the feeds you subscribe to. This results in the content coming to you, rather than you having to go get it. It saves time, and the RSS aggregator gets only new information, avoiding all the other content on a web page. Many FREE readers are available, simply Google search for "free RSS reader"or view this list of readers.

Questions, comments or concerns? We're interested in how you employ these feeds. Contact us!