Scheduled for July 14, 2014 to August 4, 2014.
One reviewer wrote: “Don’t miss this hidden nature treasure.”
Program is a national model to promote awareness in local government sustainability priorities.
Report finds nothing requiring enforcement action.
“We were really quite shocked to see it there.”
Internal audit finds nineteen areas for improvement.
Seven Month Olive Avenue Improvement Project Begins.
Latest weather-related information from the City of West Palm Beach.
City Auditor Roger Strout updates the city’s audit committee Friday morning. . December 20, 2013 (West Palm Beach, FL) – With a full report expected in January, West Palm Beach’s internal auditor gave a preview of his findings at the county’s ECR wastewater plant, a facility run by several cities but staffed by the city […]
As part of Mayor Muoio’s commitment to open government, and her ongoing “Open Access Campaign,” the city is making the summary available to the public for their review.
High-tech pilot program could save as much as $60 million dollars.
From July 22 to August 16, you may notice a slight chlorine taste, but it is perfectly safe to drink.
The City of West Palm Beach’s leadership in supporting energy saving programs has caught the attention of the head Energy Saver-in-Chief.
Could district’s decision impact both school buildings and the children who use them?
June 6, 2013 (West Palm Beach, FL) – In response to customer schedules and requests, the doors at City Hall are now open a bit earlier for those residents needing to pay their utility bills. Beginning this week, the first floor utility department cashiers will be available starting at 7:30am. This is thirty minutes earlier […]
CHECK OUT THE VIDEO: Volunteers fan out to plant new grasses and plants in order to increase natural habitats and reduce future flooding.
Someone is about to win a new Toyota Prius!
City of West Palm Beach crews work to dry out the Great Lawn before tonight’s SunFest activities.
New Pump Station Allows Access to Billions of Additional Gallons if Needed.
The City of West Palm Beach wants to remind you to do your part to conserve water!
Florida Atlantic University picks the City of West Palm Beach as the 2013 Environmental Organization of the Year!
Take the pledge! Save water! Enter to win prizes!
Throughout the month of February you may have noticed smoke billowing out from under the streets or manholes.
Members of the Indian Trails Improvement District (ITID) have voted down a proposal to partner with the City of West Palm Beach in order to provide a method for moving water out of the ITID system in the event of local flooding.
(West Palm Beach, FL) – In a story published by Palm Beach Post reporter Andrew Abramson, the newspaper incorrectly interpreted and misreported state law regarding requirements for open meetings. City of West Palm Beach Attorney Claudia McKenna corrected the record today during the same meeting referenced in the story. We invite you to watch her […]
Alternate Routes During Flooding Include Olive Avenue & Dixie Highway (West Palm Beach, FL) – For the next few days, West Palm Beach residents can expect to see intermittent flooding along Flagler Drive in the city. A combination of storm surge from hurricane Sandy, a full moon affecting tidal conditions, and the rise […]
September 6, 2012 Due to a broken water main located at the intersection of Grant Street and Tamarind Avenue, the following residents are asked to boil their drinking water until further notice before use: Residents located from 15th Street to 23rd Street, between Division Avenue and the FEC railroad tracks. ###
Who Do You Need To Call? Some helpful information about who to call about your flooding For immediate release August 28, 2012 West Palm Beach, Florida – In response to questions raised about who is responsible for working to alleviate flooding in various neighborhoods, here is some helpful information for residents: While the City of […]
THE CLEAN UP! We’ve had crews across the city working to reduce flooding as much as possible. Take a look at the video. This was one of our crews working to get a flooded road open in the Villages. It’s like a giant vacuum! We have also been working to divert water within our system […]
August 28, 2012 For immediate release West Palm Beach, FL – City of West Palm Beach crews are working today on draining flooded neighborhoods across the city. The Department of Public Utilities has dispatched special equipment designed to vacuum up standing water from roadways and intersections. The crews have been working almost around the clock […]