Palm Avenue Station Area Public Design Charrettes

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The first public charrette was held on January 15, 2022 from 10am-2:30pm. The purpose of the charrette was to share information about the HART TOD Pilot Project, explore strategies to guide land use and development, and share ideas for the community's future.

The second public charrette was held on March 5, 2022 from 10:30am-2:30pm. The purpose of the charrette was to report back to the community what we heard on January 15 and present the community with a proposed strategy for redevelopment in the area.

Both events took place at the Tampa Heights Junior Civic Association. Presentations from these charrettes can be found in the Documents widget on the right-hand side of this page. Planning is underway for a Virtual Workshop. Information will be posted here and shared with the community.


Couldn't make it to the charrettes? Please visit our new interactive map!
This map allows you to share thoughts on favorite places, issue areas, and redevelopment ideas.


See what the community had to say! Below are maps displaying feedback received at the January 15 charrette.





The first public charrette was held on January 15, 2022 from 10am-2:30pm. The purpose of the charrette was to share information about the HART TOD Pilot Project, explore strategies to guide land use and development, and share ideas for the community's future.

The second public charrette was held on March 5, 2022 from 10:30am-2:30pm. The purpose of the charrette was to report back to the community what we heard on January 15 and present the community with a proposed strategy for redevelopment in the area.

Both events took place at the Tampa Heights Junior Civic Association. Presentations from these charrettes can be found in the Documents widget on the right-hand side of this page. Planning is underway for a Virtual Workshop. Information will be posted here and shared with the community.


Couldn't make it to the charrettes? Please visit our new interactive map!
This map allows you to share thoughts on favorite places, issue areas, and redevelopment ideas.


See what the community had to say! Below are maps displaying feedback received at the January 15 charrette.





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Couldn't make it to in-person charrettes?

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If you couldn't make it to the January 15th Design Charrette, we invite you to share your thoughts on this interactive map.  

Use the + symbol from the menu on the left to add a pin to the map. You can type comments for each pin. 

  • Favorite Places: Identify places that reflect what’s best about the neighborhood.
  • Neighborhood Preservation: Identify neighborhoods that should generally remain the same in the future.
  • Issue Areas: Identify places, streets, blocks, or areas that need improvement. 
  • Best Pedestrian Streets: Identify streets that are currently (or should be) the best pedestrian-oriented streets.
  • Redevelopment Areas/Sites: Identify sites where new development or redevelopment should occur. Tell us what you'd like to see. 
Page last updated: 14 Mar 2022, 04:51 PM