Tampa Bay Water Blog
‘April showers bring May flowers’ is not typically the case in Florida, as our dry season runs October through late May. But June gave us nearly a whopping 10 inches of rain, two inches above average.
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One of the toughest decisions water utilities face is when to develop new water projects. If new infrastructure is built before it is needed, it can be an underused asset impacting the financial health of the utility. Not only may rates increase to finance the project, but the utility’s debt ratio may reduce its credit rating, making it harder to secure funding for future projects ...
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Tampa Bay Water is updating its strategic plan and creating a performance measurement system. The strategic planning and performance process kicked off in March 2021 and, so far, Tampa Bay Water has held five strategic planning workshops involving managers, senior managers and executive staff across all agency divisions.
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Both the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners and Tampa Bay Water Board of Directors have approved a new point of connection between the two systems to help bring much-needed water to south Hillsborough County. A point of connection represents the end of the regional wholesale system and the beginning of the retail utility system ...
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At its July 19 meeting, the Tampa Bay Water Board of Directors approved the South Pasco Water Treatment Plant Water Improvements Project, which will improve the quality of the water coming from the plant to the regional system.
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