City of Tampa Case Study
As the roles and responsibilities of parking professionals continue to evolve, parking operators are now managing multiple duties to ensure the preservation and safety of their facilities and lots. In this evolving workplace, job opportunities are expanding and the development and maintenance of multiple skill sets can reflect a well-oiled parking operation and a seasoned parking expert.
The City of Tampa is no stranger to development changes both operationally and professionally. They have introduced fresh technology to on-street enforcement, implemented an innovative security program, and developed a social media outreach program to alert patrons of parking locations and rates.
In this one-hour webinar, parking experts from the City of Tampa discuss how they have redefined job roles and trained on new technology to help increase effectiveness across their parking operations.
This on demand webinar addresses:
- On-Street Enforcement: The City of Tampa's transition from coin-operated meters to automated credit and pay-by-cell methods - adjusting to new methods, practices, and technologies.
Safety and Security: Changes and developments in the City of Tampa's parking security efforts have reduced costs and advanced green initiatives through an upgraded security camera system and escort programs to provide a safer parking experience.
Operations and Special Events: Re-thinking and re-training of parking lot responsibility, event coordination, and the implementation of social media to alert patrons of parking locations and rates.
Renee Tomas, On-Street Operations Supervisor, City of Tampa
Kelly Stephens, Asst. Garage and Lot Operations, City of Tampa
Dan Barion, CPP, OSHP, Chief of Public Safety, City of Tampa
Participants in this webinar will qualify for 1 continuing education (CE) hour towards the CPP designation.