St. Petersburg May Meetup - Taking Civic Tech Across the Bay!


We're heading over the Bay to host a 2nd monthly Code for Tampa Bay Brigade Meetup, in St. Petersburg, for our Pinellas members. We'll host our Pinellas Meetup on the 3rd Monday of each month, starting in May. Many thanks to TEC Garage for providing welcoming meeting space!

At this inaugural Pinellas meeting, we'll check out local civic tech opportunities, and start getting organized for a Pinellas County National Day of Civic Hacking event.

TEC Garage is located inside the downtown building of St. Petersburg College at 244 2nd Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. When you enter through the main doors of the college, TEC Garage is straight ahead, just past the Student Services counter.

Parking -There is meter parking in front of the building and on the side streets (2nd St. N. and 3rd St. N.) There is a parking garage on 2nd Street N., around the corner at Sundial/MidCore Parking Garage, which costs only $1 after 5pm. The entrance to the garage is at 117 2nd Street North. (They take cash or checks only).

Further information on parking in downtown St Petersburg can be found at

We'll have light foods and refreshments. Please RSVP by the end of April so we have a reasonable headcount for munchies.

If you'd like to be in our Slack workspace, please send your request to [masked] and if you'd like access to the GitHub repository, please email Chris at [masked] .

About Code for Tampa Bay
Code for Tampa Bay Brigade is an affiliate of Code for America, and part of an international network of people committed to using their voices and hands, in collaboration with local governments, to make their cities better. Code for Tampa Bay Brigade helps build participatory power in their cities by holding regular civic hack nights and events, advocating for open data, and deploying apps. Brigades celebrate and share their successes with the Brigade network to further the global civic innovation movement. Visit for more information.

Code for Tampa Bay Brigade abides by Code for America’s Code of Conduct, which expects that Code for America network activities, events, and digital forums adhere to standards of ethics and conduct which can be read in their entirety here: