Map of the Tampa Hoods, St Pete Hoods, and much more
In one of Florida’s and the South’s largest metropolitan areas resides a number of Tampa hoods, St Pete hoods, and hoods throughout the metro in places like Clearwater, Manatee County, and other surrounding areas. Browse through the map to view history and background descriptions, images, and much more of the streets of the Tampa ghetto, St. Petersburg, and other surrounding areas of Tampa Bay. There are not any Tampa gangs, like Bloods and Crips, but instead hoods or cliques.
Tampa Hoods Map Key: Orange = North Tampa | Dark Red = East Tampa | Blue = St Pete Hoods | Black = West Tampa
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Highlighting the hoods of the streets of the East Tampa ghetto showcases areas like College Hills, Jackson Heights, Grant Park, Ybor City, Progress Village and much more. North of East Tampa are the Tampa hoods like Sulphur Springs, Cross Busch, and Cross Fowler, while West Tampa includes sections along West Main, along with Carver City, Robles Park, and Tampa Heights. All hoods are home to various Tampa cliques, as there are not Tampa gangs.
The St Pete hoods are made up of small sections south of Interstate 175, which is known as the Midtown or South Side. What was once only a small area, would later grow throughout the years with the different St Pete hoods of Childs Park, Jordan Park, Bethel Heights, Harbordale, and Lakewood.
Outside of the St Pete hood, Pinellas County has smaller sections in the cities of Largo and Clearwater. Hoods like Greenwood, which is one of the oldest black communities of Pinellas County, High Point, and Largo’s Ridgecrest.
While St. Petersburg and Tampa are the most known, Tampa Bay’s Manatee County has a handful of hoods and urban sections in Palmetto’s Uptown section, Bradenton’s 9th Avenue, and throughout Sarasota.