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Welcome to the Bayshore Beautiful Neighborhood Assocation website. For full access, sign up to become a member today!


The Bayshore Beautiful Neighborhood Association (BBNA) is a volunteer-run neighborhood association founded in 1988. The Association's boundaries are Gandy Boulevard, Bayshore Boulevard, Himes Avenue, and El Prado with the recently added streets, Julia Street & Julia Circle. 


We are a membership-based organization that is designed to advocate on behalf of our neighbors to local governments, keep residents informed on matters affecting our neighborhood, and are charged with organizing activities to help bring the neighborhood together.

Neigborhood News 
South Tampa Candidate Forum

Wednesday, February 22nd 
6 - 8:30 PM 


City Council Forum

Districts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6

Meet & greet starts at 6:00 pm

Candidate forum: 6:30 to 8:30 pm

Location: Tampa Garden Club, 2629 Bayshore Blvd.


DO YOU KNOW WHO TO VOTE FOR IN THE UPCOMING ELECTIONS? The BBNA is co-sponsoring this forum to allow you to meet the candidates for Tampa City Council. For more information on the candidates, please visit our news/update section

Bead Free Bay 

Recycling Gasparilla Beads

Did you know your festival beads can be reused? 

In partnership with the MacDonald Training Center, salvaged and dropped off beads can be reused year after year keeping them out of the waste stream and more importantly, out of the bay. Clean and sanitized beads are packaged and sold back to parade crews for other City events. All proceeds go back to the MacDonald Training Center to fund career and education programs. To learn more about the drop off locations, visit our news/updates section. 


Hillsborough Schools 

As a neighborhood association it is our duty to keep neighbors informed of important decisions impacting our community. As such, we've gathered important links and other information regarding the upcoming boundary proposals that may affect Bayshore Beautiful. During the last meeting on 12/13, several new proposals were submitted for consideration, many of them kept Bayshore Beautiful in the Plant School District, however one proposal had a change for the middle school. We've posted more information on our member only page (news/updates) including information on "Say No To 3."

Police Patrols

January 2023

Our association collects donations to fund extra police patrols to keep our Bayshore Beautiful neighborhood safe. We receive bi-weekly reports on reported activities which we post on our members-only news/update section. Please consider donating to this fund today. 



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