Beginning July 28, 2014 until August 3, 2014
Mayor Muoio and Commissioner James urged not to move forward with importing trash.
The decision to demolish the building followed inspections that indicated the conditions inside the building were unsafe.
Walkability expert presents research findings to City.
“We are afraid of the consequences of building a road to our water supply.” – Mayor Jeri Muoio
Each city street was analyzed and given a grade. How does your neighborhood stack up?
Seven Month Olive Avenue Improvement Project Begins.
Latest weather-related information from the City of West Palm Beach.
Responding to resident calls, Mayor Muoio’s office contacted “Waste Management,” the private company that picks up recycling.
Here is all you need to know about what’s open, what’s free, and what’s closed at the city.
Upgraded crossings would cut down on the horn blowing in neighborhoods by the new passenger rail service on FEC tracks.
New task force ordered to solve alley issues.
The latest unveiling and discussion of how to possibly redesign the Pioneer Plaza traffic circle is set for this Wednesday.
. . Labor Day 9/2/13 REGULAR SCHEDULE . —————————————————————– . Columbus Day 10/14/13 REGULAR SCHEDULE . —————————————————————– . Veterans Day 11/11/13 REGULAR SCHEDULE . —————————————————————– . Thanksgiving Day 11/28/13 No pick up on Thanksgiving day. If your regular pick up day is Thursday, you will be picked up on Friday. If your regular pick […]
The public is invited and encouraged to participate in Thursday’s “round” table discussion. (OK, we couldn’t resist the joke!)
City announces new Hurricane Amnesty Program to help clean up your property.
Bring the kids for a free bike safety demo, FREE helmet, games, arts & crafts, an obstacle course, and more…THEN STAY FOR FOR THE MOVIE!
WATCH THE UNCUT VIDEO: FDOT Secretary faced serious and some skeptical questions from West Palm Beach residents as well as city leaders.
West Palm Beach’s New Process To Keep Traffic Flowing In The Face Of The Flagler Bridge Closure
Thanks to our great Sponsors, registration has just been made free to all businesses, residents, students, teachers and volunteers of West Palm Beach! (West Palm Beach, FL) – The e4 Sustainability Summit is just around the corner- and we’ve partnered with the National Green Schools Network to bring national speakers and exhibitors to the PB […]
Happy New Year from the West Palm Beach Department of Engineering and Public Works! PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE DIFFERENT SCHEDULES FOR GARBAGE, YARD WASTE AND RECYCLING. MAKE SURE YOU CHECK ALL THREE. GARBAGE New Year’s Eve: Regular Schedule New Year’s Day: No garbage collection. Tuesday garbage will be collected on Wednesday along with […]
Program helps kick off America Recycles Day Come out to the November 30th Northwood Art and Wine Promenade to Check Out the New Program (West Palm Beach, FL) – Residents across West Palm Beach now have some new options when they recycle. It’s all part of marking today, November 15th, as America Recycles Day. […]
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 […]
Through its partnership with the Better Buildings Challenge, the City of West Palm Beach is looking to reduce energy usage 20% by 2020. If you own a business, you can reduce your energy usage and save money! Check out this video for more info: In addition, the City has partnered with neighboring cities to establish […]
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 […]
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 […]
For immediate release EMERGENCY FLOODING MEASURES BEING TAKEN IN WPB WEST PALM BEACH LIBRARY CLOSES EARLY FLOODING…. The City of West Palm Beach is taking emergency steps to reduce the flooding in several city neighborhoods. The City is pumping 97 million gallons out of the Grassy Waters Preserve in order to make […]
Posted August 27, 2012 @ 4:45pm CITY FLOOD ALERT: Several areas of WPB experiencing heavy flooding. Use extra caution in the Villages on and around Village Blvd, Shenandoah Dr. & Saratoga Rd. DO NOT DRIVE THROUGH FLOOD WATERS. Western communities also flooding. WPB Utilities & Public Works taking steps to help water drain. Please obey […]
500 block will be the first to see new streetscape improvements From new landscaping and decorative street lights to bike racks, benches and bollards, the City of West Palm Beach this week is kicking off its campaign to improve Clematis Street. Beginning this Wednesday, June 13th 2012 the 500 block of Clematis will be the […]
When: Monday, July 4, 2011 Where: City-wide As part of the city’s efforts to minimize impact on customer service while saving money, City Hall will be closed on Friday July 1, and Monday, July 4, 2011 for the Independence Day Holiday. This includes a furlough day for which employees are not paid. PLEASE NOTE: Residents […]