Department Finance Information
DEPARTMENT WEBSITE: https://www.tampa.gov/infrastructure-mobility
VISION AND MISSION:
The Infrastructure and Mobility Administration seeks to elevate the City of Tampa to the highest ranks of the top Utilities, Solid Waste Services, Mobility, Construction Management, Facility Maintenance and Fleet Management in the country and to provide the highest quality municipal infrastructure and services. The Administrator's and Deputy Administrators' missions are to ensure outstanding customer satisfaction and oversee the execution of the Transforming Tampa’s Tomorrow (T3) Objectives, while achieving a high level of productivity, efficiency and resiliency, and sustainability.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:
Responsibilities include staffing, budgeting, planning, oversight, and administration for the following departments:
- Contract Administration: Provide project management, design, and construction contracts administration services for all City departments in a timely, and cost effective manner;
- Facility Maintenance: Maintain over 500 structural assets throughout the City to ensure safe and ADA compliant buildings, parking garages, and other structural assets;
- Fleet Management: Support all City department vehicle and equipment needs through outstanding maintenance, customer service, and fleet management protocols;
- Mobility: Continuous operation, maintenance, and capital planning to support the roadway, sidewalk, seawall, bridge, stormwater, traffic signal system, parking structures, and streetlight system. Maintain safe and efficient rights-of-ways, promote Vision Zero objectives, and pursue and accomplish projects identified in the Five-Year Master Capital Plan;
- Solid Waste & Environmental Program Management: Collection of residential and commercial solid waste, refuse, recyclable, and vegetative waste. Maintenance and operation of the McKay Bay Refuse-to-Energy facility. Provide environmental program support;
- Wastewater: Collection and treatment of wastewater as well as continuous maintenance and operation of the wastewater treatment plant. Fully comply with all permit and regulatory requirements. Reduce and/or eliminate overflows. Pursue odor control and biosolid reuse solutions; and
- Water: Production of safe, clean potable water exceeding all federal and state standards, maintenance of potable and reclaimed water distribution systems and continued planning for sustainable potable water.
CURRENT OPERATIONS AND INITIATIVES:
- Coordinate services provided by Infrastructure and Mobility departments to provide essential core services;
- Executes the work necessary to exceed the requirements of the Mayor, City Council, outside agencies, other departments, citizens, and customers;
- Works with developers, residents, citizen committees, other governmental agencies, and support departments to develop, establish, and protect the interest of the City’s infrastructure and core services;
- Works with Sustainability and Resiliency Officer to promote best practices and policies in the City of Tampa regarding infrastructure maintenance and capital investment;
- Oversee the citywide overhaul of the aged water and wastewater system through the Progressive Insfrastructure Planning to Ensure Sustainabilty initiative (PIPES); and
- Administer the transfer of the McKay Bay Waste to Energy plant from the private sector to City management.
Operating Budget Analysis
No revenues are earned by this General Fund department. General revenues provide all funding.
Personnel Expenses increase from Revised FY2021 is due to increases in salaries, pension contributions, and healthcare costs
Over the next 5 years, the City has plans to invest an estimated $140.0 million for the Comprehensive Infrastructure for Tampa’s Neighborhoods Design - Build project. This is one of Tampa's largest PIPES projects as the City works towards improving its infrastructure and mobility within four Tampa neighborhoods: East Tampa, Forest Hills, MacFarlane Park, and Virginia Park. This project is in line with the City's strategic goal of establishing sustainability and resilience as four City departments work together in a coordinated and collaborative effort in order to promote connected, healthy, and vibrant neighborhoods.
Capital Improvement Program Budget
Note: "To Date" Budget and Actual Balances on PDF pages are as of preparation of the budget and may not match the "To Date" balances on department pages.
*Total budget might vary from the sum of operating and capital budgets by funds appropriated under other departments.