City of Tampa to host Community Meetings on the P.I.P.E.S. (water/waterwater master plan) Project

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City of Tampa is hosting a series of Community Meetings as part of our outreach efforts on the P.I.P.E.S. (Progressive Infrastructure Plan to Ensure Sustainability) project.

“Tampa is undergoing transformational development throughout the city and P.I.P.E.S. is part of our ongoing effort to invest in Tampa’s tomorrow by planning for it today,” said Mayor Jane Castor. “This project will replace or fix our nearly 100 year old water and wastewater pipes system. Falling in line with our recent budget presentation, which outlined strategic investments in deferred maintenance, this project adds additional money for much needed infrastructure improvements.”

Healthy infrastructure is the foundation of a strong city  -- which is why the City of Tampa is launching a Progressive Infrastructure Plan to Ensure Sustainability (PIPES). 

With P.I.P.E.S., the City of Tampa is taking a proactive approach to renew our infrastructure, prevent breakdowns, and provide a long-term, permanent fixes to our water and wastewater systems.

The City previously held community meetings at Kate Jackson Community Center and Barksdale Active Older Adult Center.

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Upcoming Community Meetings 

August 27 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

District 5 Community Meeting
Cyrus Greene Community Center, 2101 East Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Tampa, FL 33603

August 28 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
District 7 Community Meeting
Forest Hills Community Center, 724 West 109th Avenue Tampa, FL 33612


For Immediate Release   
For additional information, please contact:
Ashley Bauman, Marketing & Communications Director
(813) 274-8262