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How should the city’s housing department best serve our city?
“I am proud that our city was among the very first to take a stand against the law.” – Mayor Jeri Muoio
“Until the Act is repealed, travel to Indiana will not be approved for reimbursement,” wrote Mayor Muoio.
Mayor Muoio is heading to Tallahassee.
How can you make your home healthier?
March 19, 2015 (West Palm Beach, FL) – A just-completed environmental study found plans to build a baseball spring training facility poses no risk to the city’s water supply. CLICK HERE TO LINK TO THE PB POST OR READ THE STORY BY PB POST REPORTER JOE CAPOZZI BELOW. (Thanks to the Palm Beach Post […]
Nothing is more important than keeping the pressure on to fight SR 7.
The top three items: SR 7, federal dollars for new firefighters and Promise Zone designations
It will only take you a few minutes to help shape decades! Close your eyes! Imagine you have a magic wand and can build, shape or create anything you would like to see in the city’s parks and recreational centers! Now…open your eyes, click on the link below, and take a […]
No decision has been made regarding whether to appeal the ruling.
Mayor’s plan to Improve schools led the agenda.
Everyone knows downtown West Palm Beach is one of the most “walkable” cities around. Now, it will also be one of the most “bikeable!”
Another financial firm is relocating to the city’s Flagler Financial District!
Mayor pledged the police will permanently staff taskforce.
Plan, together with the PBC School District targeting Northmore Elementary School.
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Here are the top five elements voted on by the public.
Mayor announces a new gun buyback program.
February 6, 2015 (West Palm Beach, FL) – Two new West Palm Beach Code Enforcement officers hit the streets Monday, increasing the number of code officers patrolling neighborhoods, and assigned to the expanded code enforcement zone map which added an additional officer to the city’s north end. The two officers have been in training […]
February 5, 2015 (West Palm Beach, FL) – Get ready to make your voice heard! On March 10th, the City of West Palm Beach is holding elections for two Commission seats, and for the office of Mayor. You can vote early, or you can cast your ballot on election day, but make sure your […]
We want to hear what you want to see!
City moves towards a final deal with Palm Beach County.
Open Letter to Residents on Baseball and Protecting Grassy Waters
In a month long celebration for Black History Month, the Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach will host programming that explores the civil rights movement, music, art, and the beauty of the African American contribution. Library programs presented are free and for all ages covering the Harlem Renaissance (live music), historical documentary screenings, […]
Lower crime rates, increased economic development and a new plan to improve education.
January 26, 2015 (West Palm Beach, FL) – Yes…there’s wine. But this weeks Art and Wine Promenade is REALLY about the ART! Thirteen pieces of Art by David Hayes have been positioned outside stores and shops, planted on sidewalks, open spaces and courtyards right where people walk on their way to dinner, work or play. […]
“We have an unexpected window of opportunity,” Mayor Muoio said.
WPB Holiday Trash Collection Info
Sign up for the Next Landlord Training Class Jan. 28