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FLAGLER SHORE: FROM PAVEMENT TO PEOPLE

Flagler Shore: From pavement to people is first step in implementing what the experts have recommended for our downtown and waterfront area for improving public life.

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MANDEL PUBLIC LIBRARY EVENTS FOR JANUARY 2018

Check out the FREE kids offerings when school is out the first week of January including a Slime Lab and Art Party; Plus a FREE chamber music concert by the Con Brio String Quartet; And an orientation for the brand new Career Online High School program – more details to be announced!

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PUBLIC MEETING PLANNED FOR DOWNTOWN PARKING
Parking is the key to a successful downtown.
WHO:                       City of West Palm Beach engineers, Alta Planning + Design consultants
WHAT:                    Downtown Parking Public Meeting
WHEN:                    Monday, August 7, 2017, 6pm – 7:30pm
WHERE:                  City Hall Flagler Gallery Room, 401 Clematis Street
The City of West Palm Beach invites residents, business owners and stakeholders to attend the Downtown Parking Public Meeting.
Parking is key to a successful downtown West Palm Beach. Too little of it inconveniences residents, shoppers and visitors. Too much of it leads to traffic congestion and saps the neighborhood’s vitality and walkability.
Come tell us how to strike the right balance—how much parking do we need; where should it go; how much should it cost? What other options—like better walking and transit connections, or access to car-sharing – can complement parking or even reduce the need for expensive new garages?
Help shape a parking system that supports downtown businesses, cultural venues and enhances your quality of life by attending the downtown parking public meeting. Public input generated by this meeting will be incorporated into the City’s parking study as the City discusses and plans its future mobility network.
To learn more about the City’s mobility study, visit wpbmobility.com. The public can submit comments or questions via email at mobility@wpb.org