All posts in TPC News

A vision for Tampa’s future is crystallizing

July 2022 – A vision for the City of Tampa’s future is crystallizing in the latest update to the Tampa Comprehensive Plan. Thanks to your participation, the joint Planning Commission and City of Tampa project team has collected over 700 surveys with more than 1500 comments about the most important issues and planning ideas the…

Top

FLiP 2022 inspires future planners!

June 2022 – Our Future Leaders in Planning (FLiP) summer student leadership development program returned after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Designed as an opportunity to introduce high school students to urban planning as a potential career, FLiP 2022, a four-day intensive program, welcomed high school students from throughout Hillsborough County on May…

Top

1 Minute Matters video series now available in Spanish

June 2022 – From missing middle housing to creating safe places to bike, walk and take public transportation, our educational video series released in 2021 looks at how we can accommodate the rapid growth coming to Hillsborough County in smart, sustainable ways. The series has now been reproduced in Spanish to make these important planning…

Top

Join a dynamic planning team!

June 2022 – We’re looking for a Senior Planner to join the Strategic Planning, Environmental, and Research Division (SPEAR) at the Planning Commission. Apply by June 30 on the Hillsborough County website. Learn more and apply

Top

Commercial Locational Criteria Study will hold an additional public meeting in July

June 2022 – Should the County allow commercial and other non-residential activities near neighborhoods? We want your thoughts on locating stores and other non-residential development near people’s homes in Unincorporated Hillsborough County. Join us for our fourth Virtual Community Meeting on Thursday, July 14 at 6 pm to weigh in. Register here. The purpose of this…

Top

Melissa Zornitta inducted into AICP College of Fellows

May 2022 – Planning Commission Executive Director Melissa Zornitta, FAICP, was recognized and inducted into to the AICP College of Fellows with the 2020 and 2022 FAICP classes on May 1 at the 2022 National Planning Conference in San Diego. She is pictured with some of the other APA Florida inductees including Hillsborough County’s Lucia…

Top

Celebrate Earth Day every day!

May 2022 – At Plan Hillsborough, we make plans for a resilient, sustainable, and thriving future throughout the year. But we recently celebrated Earth Day and Clean Air Month at community events. We were hands on with Environmental Protection Commission (EPC) staff and County Commissioner Harry Cohen for the Great Port Cleanup at McKay Bay…

Top

Join the Plan Hillsborough Team

May 2022 – We’re hiring a Planner I/II – Active Transportation to join the Transportation Planning Organization. Apply by May 24 on the Hillsborough County website. Learn more and apply

Top

Hillsborough County Procedures Manual to be updated

May 2022 – Planning Commission staff is in the process of amending the existing language of the Hillsborough County Procedures Manual to provide clarity to the plan amendment process. The Procedures Manual was last revised in 2016 and since that time there has been state legislation and other actions that have triggered a need to…

Top

We need your feedback on housing in Hillsborough County

May 2022 – Housing is a universal and fundamental human need. That’s why it plays such an important part in the overall economic, health, and social success of a community. Input from the community is invaluable to the planning process for this topic, so please fill out a short survey and consider grabbing your lunch…

Top

Weigh in on the vision for Tampa’s future

May 2022 – Between sports championships and relocation trends, it seems like the City of Tampa has stayed on the nation’s conscience as a top place to live, work, and play. With so much growth and attention coming to our area, it’s a great time to think about how the city can continue to accommodate…

Top

ICYMI: Watch last month’s Info BBQ on Transit Oriented Development

May 2022 – You can catch last month’s virtual Info BBQ (Brown Bag Quarterly) on Transit Oriented Development (TOD) over our YouTube Channel. Our panel discussed HART’s TOD Study and some of the ideas that emerged from the community at the recent public engagement charrettes in Tampa Heights. Watch the webinar

Top
1 2 3 28 Page 1 of 28