Beach Park

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The abundance of large Oak trees, winding streets, very large lots and a wide variety of different types of architectural style homes make Beach Park a unique and desirable neighborhood in South Tampa. Beach Park was developed in the early 1920’s on land which was once a mixture of thick Florida tropical brush, Palm trees and Oak forests on the waterfront of Old Tampa Bay. Many of the original Mediterranean style mansions are still enjoyed by our residents throughout this historic, established neighborhood.

NEIGHBORHOOD NOTIFICATIONS:

Neighborhood notifications or "Good Neighbor Notices" regarding any of the official associations/communities within the City of Tampa boundaries are REQUIRED to be sent to the official associations/communities.  For neighborhood notifications or "Good Neighbor Notices" regarding the Beach Park Homeowners Association, a COURTESY NOTIFICATION is REQUIRED to be sent to the Westshore Alliance, Inc. contact identified on the official neighborhood registry.

if you have any questions or need additional information regarding neighborhood notifications, please call the Land Development Coordination & Zoning Department at 813-274-8725 for assistance.

Beach Park Homeowners Association, Inc.
Contact Information
(updated Thursday, June 19, 2014)

Christine James, President
Lita Swindle, Vice President

Beach Park Homeowners Association, Inc.
Meeting Information
(updated Thursday, June 19, 2014)

Meetings are held at Beach Park Womens Club, located at 801 South Westshore Boulevard.

Please contact the neighborhood association president for additional meeting information or visit their website at www.BeachParkTampa.org

 

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Beach Park Map with Boundaries

Beach Park Map with Boundaries

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