Urbanism on Tap: Urban Spaces, Urban Places
Tuesday, September 10, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What are your favorite places in Tampa Bay? Post a picture at www.facebook.com/urbanismontap and we'll include it in our presentation!
Urbanism on Tap is an event organized by and designed to give an opportunity for the community to engage in constructive conversations about current ideas shaping our city. The format is simple enough - We'll provoke the conversation with a quick slideshow and then start a lively dialog Open Mic style.
The second series of three events is called The Places We Go, and is focused on understanding how we live, work, and play in Tampa!
#1 - Urban Spaces, Urban Places - Where Do You Go? - September 10, 2013
What are your favorite places? Why are these places important to you? What makes them feel comfortable or special? Let’s have a drink and admire the gems of Tampa Bay.
#2 - Transportation - How Do You Get There? - November 12, 2013
How do you get to those special places? What determines your choices in getting around your city? What do you envision for the future and what are the most important considerations? Let’s discuss.
#3 - Our Neighborhoods - Where Do You Come From? - January 14, 2014
Tell us about the place you call home. Where do you live and why? How should your neighborhood change and how should it stay the same? Let’s talk about the role neighborhoods play in the city.
*Parking is available in the City of Tampa parking garages located at the corner of N.13th St. and E. 8th Avenue. BETTER YET, TAKE THE STREETCAR!
*A CNU-FL Event in the Tampa Bay Region - in partnership with 83 Degrees
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CNU Tampa Bay and The Urban Charrette
CNU Tampa Bay, the regional group of the Florida Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism, promotes sustainable urbanism and livability in the Tampa Bay Region through the organization and delivery of educational, social, and professional programs, events, and communications.
The Urban Charrette is a private, not-for-profit organization whose primary goal is to educate citizens on the importance of quality urban design in shaping more beautiful, sustainable, and authentic cities. We host educational forums and consensus building workshops incorporating meaningful and broad-based public participation.