Have A Voice In Your Water Choice
Tampa Bay Water needs your thoughts and feedback to plan for our region’s water supply.
The population of the Tampa Bay region is expected to grow by a half-million people by 2030. This growth will increase the demand for drinking water beyond the current supply. Tampa Bay Water is planning on how to meet that demand, but we can’t do it alone. We need your input.
Take Our Survey
Your feedback and involvement is essential to developing the 2018 Long-term Master Water Plan. We want to learn what is most important to you and your family about your drinking water.
Help us plan to meet the needs of our community members by taking this survey. It takes about six minutes to complete.GIVE US FEEDBACK
Watch Our Presentation
Our region is growing, so we are making sure our planning matches the region’s needs. As we identify future needs, new projects are planned for the Long-term Master Water Plan to address and fulfill those demands.
It is important that every member of our community understands the projects. Watch our informational video now to learn more.
We update the Long-term Master Water Plan every five years to ensure our region has consistent and continuous access to water. Our comprehensive planning effort includes numerous studies, computer models and analyses that examine both supply and demand.
To learn more about projects being considered and how they affect you and your family, download the informational packet.DOWNLOAD PACKET
Join the Conversation
We want to hear from you, but we know in-person meetings are hard to fit into a busy schedule. Telephone Town Halls are the perfect forum for learning more about the 2018 Long-term Master Water Plan from the ease of your home or work.
The Town Hall is simple. After opting-in, you will receive an automated phone call before the Town Hall begins, prompting you to stay on the line. Once everyone is on the line, you will be able to listen to the presentation, ask questions and give feedback on the 2018 Long-term Master Water Plan.
Join the conversation. Sign up to join our Telephone Town Hall Meeting.SIGN UP