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Supporting Increased Efficiency through Florida-Friendly Landscaping™

Supporting Increased Efficiency through Florida-Friendly Landscaping™

The Tampa Bay area does a great job of using water wisely inside the home. But during warm, dry months, our area’s water use spikes. In fact, there are times when up to 50 percent of all water used in the Tampa Bay region is used outdoors.
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Mini-Grants Available for Source Water Protection

Mini-Grants Available for Source Water Protection

Tampa Bay Water is looking for groups who share the goal of protecting the waters of our region. With mini-grants between $2,000 and $10,000 available to community groups, non-profits, schools and universities, Tampa Bay Water is seeking partnerships to prevent pollution, clean local waterways and protect our drinking water sources.
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Updated Investment Policy Secures Funding Future

Updated Investment Policy Secures Funding Future

Tampa Bay Water periodically reviews its investment policy in an effort to improve the management of idle funds and better reflect current market conditions. The last time the investment policy was reviewed was three years ago.
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Partnering for Better Water Management

Partnering for Better Water Management

Tampa Bay Water and the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) have responsibilities for managing water resources within west-central Florida. Whether it’s formal agreements, including cost sharing, or simply meeting to discuss water issues, our organizations share many common goals and have long partnered on developing and managing sustainable water supplies and resources. Together, we focus on four major areas to advance our common water management and supply goals.
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