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The Vision Survey was open from February to June 2022 and is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated! View survey results here.
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By 2045, Tampa will see over 108,000 more residents, 77,000 new homes, and 258,000 new jobs within the City limits. Together, we can turn the challenges that come with growth into opportunities for a thriving future. It’s time to update the City of Tampa’s Comprehensive Plan through 2045. As part of the update, the community’s input lays the foundation for a vision of Tampa’s future.
The Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission, in coordination with the City Planning Department, is overseeing a multi-phased, multi-year plan update that will lead to in-depth revisions to the Tampa Comprehensive Plan through the 2045 horizon year.
View Tampa’s current 2040 Comprehensive Plan.
How do you see the future of our community?
This plan and its vision guide how we build the places in which we live, work, and play. This plan sets priorities as we address our economy, housing, transportation, environment, and everything that influences how we live in Tampa.
2045 Vision Statements
Building on previous city-wide projects, important themes have emerged from citizen feedback. The ideas presented below were the first step in planning for Tampa’s future. The public was able to refine these ideas and weigh in on what was important to them through our Vision Survey, which was open from February to June 2022.
We are analyzing the public’s comments and will publish the survey results in the coming weeks. Further opportunities to provide feedback are forthcoming as we update sections of the Comprehensive Plan.
A sense of place and community:
A mix of uses along complete streets:
Continue creating neighborhoods with easy access to jobs, goods, and services with a variety of ways to get to them.
Housing and transportation choices for all:
Prioritize the creation of housing and transportation choices that serve people across all incomes, ages, and needs.
Value and protect our natural environment:
Prioritize clean air and water, and protect our natural environment, so we can continue to enjoy the health and economic benefits of our natural assets.
Efficient use of land and resources:
Ensure that, as the city grows, land is developed in a sustainable way to conserve public resources.
Accessible and sustainable infrastructure:
Invest in infrastructure that provides all citizens access to reliable services and amenities.
Diverse economic growth:
Support a diverse economy that provides a variety of jobs and opportunity for everyone.
Resilience to climate-related and other global hazards:
Prepare to withstand, recover from, and adapt to changes in environmental, economic, and other global events.
Opportunities to Get Involved
There are no upcoming events.
There will be other opportunities to weigh in on each section of the Comprehensive Plan coming soon!
Watch the May 4, 2022 Virtual Public Meeting