Tampa Bay's National Historic Landmark District

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Community Programs

Ybor City Ambassadors are knowledgeable and friendly guides in the Ybor City Historic District.

Ybor City Ambassadors are knowledgeable and friendly guides in the Ybor City Historic District. Ambassadors help visitors and locals by providing general information about Ybor City, giving directions, offering safety escort service, and assisting stranded motorists.

They also advise tourists, visitors, workers, and residents about Ybor City’s amenities, attractions, shops, restaurants, clubs, and parking choices. The Ambassadors are a friendly resource and possess extensive knowledge of the history and culture of Ybor City.

To contact an Ybor City Ambassador, please call the Ybor City Development Corporation at (813) 274-7936

Or email your inquiry to: YborAmbassador@tampagov.net

Follow the link below and fill out the form to join our Community Text Alerts Program.  Sign up for free and stay informed in case of emergencies as determined by the YCDC.

Join the Text Alerts Program

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement began the “If You See Something, Say Something” campaign back in 2011.  After recent terror attacks the FDLE is once again reminding citizens to remain vigilant and report suspicious behavior.

Officials encourage those who see any suspicious activity to call 1-855-FLA-SAFE (1-855-352-7233) or file a report online at the FDLE’s website http://www.fdle.state.fl.us.

Since its inception in the December of 2000, the Ybor Environmental Services (YES) Team has been hard at work keeping the Ybor City Historic District clean and maintained.

The YES Team is in charge of Hardscape Cleaning, Litter Control, Trash Collection and other services ranging from public restroom upkeep to reporting safety problems.

The YES Team operates 7 days a week and has an office located at 2302 E. 4th Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605 and their phone number is (813) 242-6499.