Neighborhoods in Tampa, Florida facts for kids

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The city of Tampa, Florida is officially divided into six geographical regions: New Tampa, West Tampa, Brooklyn Village, Downtown Tampa, Ybor City, and Channel District each coinciding with a respective Tampa City Council district. 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.

The following are a list of major neighborhoods in the city of Tampa, Florida, United States, organized by broad geographical location within the city.

Neighborhoods and Districts

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

Historic Districts

Residential Neighborhoods

  • Armenia Gardens Estates
  • Audubon Park
  • Ballast Point
  • Bayshore Beautiful
  • Bayshore Gardens
  • Bayside West
  • Beach Park
  • Beach Park Isles
  • Beasley
  • Bel Mar Shores
  • Bon Air
  • Carver City-Lincoln Gardens
  • Channel District
  • College Hill
  • Culbreath Bayou
  • Culbreath Isles
  • Davis Islands
  • Dixie Farms
  • Drew Park
  • Eastern Heights
  • East Tampa
    • Belmont Heights
    • Jackson Heights
  • East Ybor
  • Fair Oaks - Manhattan Manor
  • Fern Cliff
  • Florence Villa
  • Forest Hills
  • Gandy-Sun Bay South
  • Golf View
  • Grant Park
  • Gray Gables
  • Harvey Heights
  • Highland Pines
  • Historic Hyde Park North
  • Harbour Island
  • Hunter's Green
  • Interbay
  • Live Oaks Square
  • Lowry Park
  • Lowry Park North
  • Maryland Manor
  • New Suburb Beautiful
  • North Bon Air
  • Northeast Community
  • North Hyde Park
  • North Tampa
  • Northview Hills
  • Oakford Park
  • Oak Park
  • Old Seminole Heights
  • Palma Ceia
  • Palma Ceia Pines
  • Palma Ceia West
  • Palmetto Beach
  • Parkland Estates
  • Port Tampa
  • Rattlesnake
  • Rembrandt Gardens
  • Ridgewood Park
  • River Arts District
  • Riverbend
  • Rivercrest
  • River Grove
  • Riverside Heights
  • Robles Park
  • Soho District
  • South Seminole Heights
  • Southeast Seminole Heights
  • Southern Pines
  • South Nebraska
  • South Westshore
  • Sulphur Springs
  • Sunset Park
  • Swann Estates
  • Tampa Overlook
  • Tampa Palms
  • Temple Crest
  • Terrace Park
  • University Square
  • V.M. Ybor
  • Virginia Park
  • Wellswood
  • West Hyde Park
  • West Meadows
  • West Tampa
    • Bowman Heights
    • MacFarlane Park
    • Marina Club
    • Northeast Macfarlane
    • Old West Tampa
  • West Riverfront
  • Westshore Palms
  • Woodland Terrace

Central Business Districts

Other divisions and designations

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

Other areas

  • Rocky Point
  • Soho District, a subdistrict within Hyde Park

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