HERMAN MASSEY PARK
As part of DRANA's 2017 priorities, the association facilitated surveys to determine park needs from the community. Overwhelmingly, public safety was identified as the community's priority and DRANA approached the City of Tampa's Community Redevelopment Area for park improvements. As a result, upward of $900,000 has been committed to the park redesign and revitalization.
I-275 MAINTENANCE MAP
Since 2018, DRANA has been working with FDOT and Tampa Parks and Recreation to initiate the formal documentation of a master map that details land ownership and related maintenance responsibilities on the downtown stretch of 1-275. This resource will serve to ensure maintenance and clean-up efforts to Tampa's downtown entry and exit points are improved.
Currently, DRANA is bound by the following:
DRANA has met with stakeholders to expand its south boundary to the Selmon Expressway.
DRANA is actively working on issues and projects to improve your downtown neighborhood. The more voices we have, the louder we will be heard and the more results we can accomplish.
Please join DRANA and lend YOUR voice for the greater good of your downtown neighborhood.
A catapult for the imagination since 1926, the nonprofit Tampa Theatre is a passionately protected historic landmark and one of America’s best-preserved examples of grand movie palace architecture.
Its mission is to protect, preserve and program the Theatre as a creative film and cultural center for our community.