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The City of West Palm Beach is about as drought-proof as you can get.
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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 […]
Here are the top five elements voted on by the public.
We want to hear what you want to see!
CHECK OUT THIS DRONE FOOTAGE
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A new Federal government opinion agrees with West Palm Beach that extending State Road 7 is a bad idea that should be abandoned.
On Saturday, Project Homeless Connect at Gaines Park offered free food, haircuts, and other services. To help; www.homelesscoalitionpbc.org CLICK BELOW TO WATCH:
The results from a series of focus groups on the city’s parks and recreation programs are in.
Report calls for better procedures and outsourcing of services.
“This is when our voices count the most,” said Mayor Muoio.
Give us just over an hour, and tell us what you’d like to see in our parks!
Too big, too much traffic, and too much impact on nearby water supplies.
October 1, 2014 (West Palm Beach, FL) – The City of West Palm Beach announced today it will begin a new program aimed at reducing violence among the city’s youngest residents and improving the health and well-being of children and teenagers in the City’s less affluent neighborhoods. West Palm Beach is one of only nine […]
Mayor Muoio was invited to speak at the Wildlife Foundation of Florida Board Retreat.
Three groups have come forward wanting the proposed stadium site.
Mayor Muoio fulfills pledge to toughen rules for gun ranges.
One reviewer wrote: “Don’t miss this hidden nature treasure.”
Did you see those giant butterflies near Parker Avenue and Hampton Road?
Mayor Muoio and Commissioner James urged not to move forward with importing trash.
Apply today for a permit for a field trip to one of the city’s fountains.
The city owns 160 acres of land located near Haverhill Road and 45th Street.
The West Palm Beach Boat Show will take place March 20th – March 23rd.
“We were really quite shocked to see it there.”
Every child at the city’s community centers will be given a library card and a lesson on how to use it.
“We are afraid of the consequences of building a road to our water supply.” – Mayor Jeri Muoio
Check out video from the lighting of West Palm Beach’s one-of-a-kind sand tree!!
Road closure information.