Use this service to report an abandoned or inoperative vehicle. Any vehicle that cannot be legally driven on the street is considered an inoperative vehicle. This means that the vehicle must have a current license plate and must be operational.
Use this service to report accumulated junk, trash or debris that occurs on private property. Things that most people would not normally use to decorate their yards are usually accumulations. Things such as lawn mowers, concrete blocks, lumber, and buckets for example should be stored away in a storage building or garage. At the very least, they may not be visible from the street and should be behind a fence or wall. This includes storage of garbage cans except on pickup day.
Use this service to report a code violation related to the posting of an illegal sign, improper placement of signs (snipe signs) in the rights-of-way, attachments to utility poles or on trees, shrubs or plants.
Use this service for general correspondence to Parking.
The Parking Division of the Department of Public Works is responsible for the operation of all City of Tampa public parking. The Division develops parking policy and specific facility expansion plans to serve the parking demand in the central business district and adjacent commercial areas.
Use this service for general correspondence to Police.
The Tampa Police Department, located on Florida's gulf coast, is responsible for ensuring the protection, safety and welfare of city residents and visitors; providing protection of property; and preventing crime. The department employs nearly 1000 sworn law enforcement personnel and over 300 civilian staff.
Use this service for general correspondence to Solid Waste.
The Solid Waste Department is responsible for refuse collection and disposal for over 80,000 residential and commercial City customers. Its goal is to provide efficient and environmentally safe solid waste collection and disposal. More than 360,000 tons of solid waste is processed annually. Eighty-eight percent is received at the McKay Bay Refuse to Energy Facility (RTE) where waste is separated and then burned to produce electricity. Nine percent of the current waste stream is recycled either through City of Tampa Recycling Programs or private ventures. The remaining three percent is sent to the County landfill.
Use this service for general correspondence to Water.
The Tampa Water Department is a municipally operated water supplier, treating an average of 75 million gallons of surface water per day and distributing it through more than 2,100 miles of water mains to its population of 450,000. The Department's service area encompasses 211 square miles.
This service allows you to make a payment for a City of Tampa Oracle/Miscellaneous Accounts Receivable invoice. This includes: Police Extra Duty, Police False Alarms, Fire False Alarms, Fire Inspections, Fire Permits, McKay Bay Autoscale, Wastewater Disposals, Water Portable Meters, Water Connections, Interlocal Agreements, and Other Miscellaneous Bills.
The application form and procedure used in the administration of the Small Business Enterprise program. The SBE program is a set-aside program enabling only small businesses regardless of race to be allowed to participate on a specified bid.
Delayed Crime Reporting is handled by each TPD Patrol District and can be contacted by calling (813) 276-3205. Forms that may be filled-out and submitted to TPD include Supplemental Property Loss, False Offense Affidavit, Alarm User Registration, Complaint Withdrawal Affidavit, Missing Persons Affidavit, Failure to Return Hired Vehicle, and Vehicle Stolen from Inventory.
The False Alarm Reduction program's mission is to cut the amount of false alarm calls in the City of Tampa. Officers time management is significantly hindered by these calls as they are not efficiently deployed to prevent crime while responding.
Use this service to obtain an Automatic Electronic Utility Bill Payment Application form. Signing-up for this service allows your City of Tampa utility bill to be paid automatically by electronic transfer of funds from your bank account.
Obtain information on every organized neighborhood within the City of Tampa limits. This information includes neighborhood association contacts, neighborhood meeting schedules, pictures, area demographics, land use and printable maps, evacuation and flood zones, hospitals, libraries, parks, and schools.