The Mission of the Mayor's Beautification Program is to build communities that value and contribute to Tampa's natural outdoor environment by helping to improve and beautify public areas, parks and streetscapes.
The City of Tampa Mayor’s Hispanic Advisory Council is composed of Hispanics who are appointed by the Mayor and serve as a liaison between City government and the Hispanic community.
El Consejo Hispano del Alcalde de la Ciudad de Tampa está formado por un grupo de hispanos designados por el Alcalde, para servir como mediadores entre el gobierno de la cuidad y la comunidad hispana.
The City of Tampa Mayor's Hispanic Heritage Celebration Committee was formed in 1988 as a City Employee volunteer committee. Each year in the Month of October (Hispanic Heritage Month) the Celebration Committee hosts a celebration in honor of Tampa's Hispanic Employees, the Hispanic Community, and their many contributions to Tampa and its citizens.
The Mayor’s Youth Corps will be comprised of two students from each participating high school, both public and private, located within the city limits of Tampa as well as six at large members. Every effort will be made to ensure the Mayor’s Youth Corps represents the ethnic, gender and age diversity of the high school population. The initial Youth Corps will include 40 students. As the program evolves and develops with youth input, the program’s membership may grow.
The Tampa Police Explorer Post is a group of young people ages 14-21, who have an interest in learning about law enforcement as a possible career. Explorers learn about the law, court procedures, police patrol techniques and organizational skills.
Tampa Downtown Partnership is a not-for-profit organization focusing on the revitalization of Tampa's center city area. Formed in 1986, it has a broad constituency and strong relationship with local government and community organizations.
The Tampa Sister Cities Committee, Inc. is affiliated with Sister Cities International which was formed during President Dwight D. Eisenhower's administration. The purpose of Sister Cities was, and still is, to involve people and organizations at all levels of our society in personal diplomacy. Incorporated on July 12, 1967 as a non-profit corporation and defined in its articles of incorporation as a membership organization to foster better international understanding and cooperation through Sister City relationships. Citizens of Tampa who have a desire to become directly involved with another culture and want to share their culture by linking with a community in another country can join the Tampa Sister Cities Committee, Inc. and participate in the many affiliations' activities.
The Westshore Alliance is a business- based, membership-driven, organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for the nearly 100,000 employees that call the Westshore Business District their working home.
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