Neighborhoods in Tampa, Florida

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The city of Tampa, Florida is officially divided into five geographical regions: North Tampa, West Tampa, East Tampa, South Tampa, and New Tampa, each coinciding with a respective Tampa City Council district.[1] The neighborhoods are managed by Neighborhood and Community Relations, a department under Neighborhood Services, a city department which serves as a resource for residents and businesses.[2]

The following are a list of major neighborhoods in the city of Tampa, Florida, USA, organized by broad geographical location within the city.[3]

Neighborhoods and Districts[edit]

There are six historic districts[4] and around 84 officially named neighborhoods of Tampa[5] along with other subdistricts not reported separately by the city.

Historic Districts[edit]

Residential Neighborhoods[edit]

Central Business Districts[edit]

Other divisions and designations[edit]

There have been a number of divisions of Tampa, some of which are still used in common local conversation, but which do not correspond with Neighborhood and Community Relations designations.

Industrial areas[edit]

Other areas[edit]

References[edit]

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