Much like the water cycle where water is constantly cycled through the atmosphere, land and bodies of water, Tampa Bay Water has its own “water cycle.”
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Updated Annual Demand Forecast Predicts Need for More Water
Permit Changes May Help with South Hillsborough County Water Woes
Tampa Bay Water Awards 2022 Source Water Protection Mini-grants
CANCELED: Tuesday, January 18, 2022 | Selection Committee for As Needed Ecological Services Contract Nos.: 2022-027 - 035
Monday, January 24, 2022 | Regular Board Meeting Download Agenda
Thursday, February 3, 2022 | Selection Committee for The Request for Proposals for the As-Needed Utility Management Consulting Services, Contract Nos. 2022-019 thru 021
Wednesday, February 16, 2022 | Selection Committee for As-Needed Utility Management Consulting Services, Contract Nos. 2022-019 thru 021
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If you live in the Tampa Bay area, chances are you get your water from us.
Our mission is to reliably provide clean, safe water to the region now and for future generations.
We supply wholesale drinking water to more than 2.5 million people through the governments we serve.
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Planning for the future is an on-going process at Tampa Bay Water that includes more than potential new supplies. Our long-term planning process includes analyses of future demand, conservation potential, supply reliability, water shortage mitigation planning and hydrologic uncertainty – all wrapped up in the Long-term Master Water Plan planning process.
Providing clean, safe drinking water is a top priority at Tampa Bay Water.The drinking water we provide our member governments is safe: it meets or is better than all local, state and federal drinking water regulations.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection require that all water utilities provide their customers with a water quality report annually. The report contains details about your sources of drinking water, how it is treated, what it contains and how it compares to federal and state standards.
Make your New Year’s resolutions about conserving and protecting water in the Tampa Bay region. To help you succeed in your water-smart resolutions, here are 40 ways to be efficient...
Every year Tampa Bay Water updates its annual demand projections that look 20 to 30 years into the future. These models use a variety of data from different sources: population...
Demand for water in southern Hillsborough County is very high and the South-Central Hillsborough Regional Wellfield is nearing its permit limit. The 12-month running average pumping rate for this wellfield...
Tampa Bay Water has been studying the feasibility of expanding its desalination operations to provide an additional 10-15 million gallons per day (mgd) of drinking water to the region. However,...
Earth holds a finite amount of water so it’s important that we all do our part to use water wisely and protect water sources from contamination. Each year since 2008...
MEDIA ADVISORY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Brandon Moore firstname.lastname@example.org (727) 791-2304 | (727) 470-0702 LITHIA, Fla. (Jan. 3, 2022) – Tampa Bay Water is conducting a test of its emergency siren system...
Five organizations receive $30,100 in grants CLEARWATER, Fla. (Dec. 13, 2021) – Tampa Bay Water will distribute $30,100 in grant funds to help Tampa Bay area nonprofits protect the region’s...
MEDIA ADVISORY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Brandon Moore email@example.com (727) 791-2304 | (727) 470-0702 LITHIA, Fla. (Dec. 1, 2021) – Tampa Bay Water is conducting a test of its emergency siren system...
NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Brandon Moore firstname.lastname@example.org (727) 791-2304 $30,000 available to community groups, nonprofits and school groups CLEARWATER, Fla. (Nov. 5, 2021) – Time is running out...
Public records requests should be directed to the records custodian, Krista Simon, at:Phone: (727) 796‑2355 or (813) 996‑7009Email: email@example.comFax: (727) 791‑2388Mail: 2575 Enterprise RoadClearwater, FL 33763