Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn

TAMPA, FL The U.S. Conference of Mayors has named the City of Tampa the “Most Livable” city in the United States.

The designation made during the conference of mayors’ 86th annual meeting in Boston stems from Tampa’s first place finish in its 39th annual City Livability Awards Program. The city of Broken Arrow, OK, earned the top spot in the small cities category. This year’s honorees were selected by a group of former mayors who reviewed more than 150 applications. The conference, held in the City of Boston, which began on Friday, June 8th, ended on Monday.

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