News From the Mayor's Office

Library-logo_342x263 Celebrate Black History Month at the Library

  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, […]

State of the city 4 Mayor Jeri Muoio’s 2015 State of the City Address

  January 20, 2015 (West Palm Beach, FL) – Lower crime rates, increased economic development and a new plan to improve education highlighted West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio’s 2015 State of the City Address. The speech was delivered during the annual Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches breakfast at the Palm Beach County […]

ECR Documents

Posted 1/27/15 Below are links to the November 20, 2014 Brown and Caldwell report on the ECR plant. ECR Report 1 of 2 ECR Report 2 of 2

Art and Wine Logo2 It’s REALLY about the ART this week!

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. […]

baseball3 NEW VIDEO: Mayor Announces Intent To Negotiate For Baseball

“We have an unexpected window of opportunity,” Mayor Muoio said.

WPB Holiday Trash Collection Info

WPB Holiday Trash Collection Info

landlord2 Sign up for the Next Landlord Training Class April 29

Sign up for the Next Landlord Training Class Jan. 28

logo circles only2 Statement on Today’s Developments Regarding PBC & Baseball

Statement on Today’s Developments Regarding PBC & Baseball

cbn_treelighting3142 You’ve NEVER Seen Sandi the Tree like THIS!

CHECK OUT THIS DRONE FOOTAGE

SR7 Mayor’s Reaction to State Road 7 Delay

    December 10, 2014 (West Palm Beach, FL) – The state has shelved – at least until 2020 – the idea of extending State Road 7 through the city’s Grassy Waters Preserve. The decision to delay the road project another four years came on the heels of a new Federal agency opinion that supported […]