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$30,000 in Grants Available to Help Protect Tampa Bay’s Drinking Water Sources

Community groups, nonprofits and educational institutions can receive a share of $30,000 in grant funding for protecting the Tampa Bay area’s drinking water sources.

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Tampa Bay Water Board Now Considering Two Options for New Water Supply

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Approved Budget Addresses Drinking Water Needs of Growing Region

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Tampa Bay Water Addresses Hillsborough Water Needs on Multiple Fronts

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Supplying Water to the Tampa Bay Region

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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Current Drinking Water Sources

Current Watering Restrictions

Current Reservoir Volume

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Current Water Shortage Stages

Future Drinking Water Sources

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.

Tampa Bay Regional Water Quality

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.


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.

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Public records requests should be directed to the records custodian, Krista Simon, at:
Phone: (727) 796‑2355 or (813) 996‑7009
Email: records@tampabaywater.org
Fax: (727) 791‑2388
Mail: 2575 Enterprise Road
Clearwater, FL 33763