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MAYOR MUOIO, REP. FRANKEL AND PBC ELECTED OFFICIALS CALL FOR ACTION TO END GUN VIOLENCE.

The leaders back the efforts by students and parents from Parkland and other communities demanding that state and federal legislators take action to ban the availability of assault weapons.

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MAYOR MUOIO JOINS MAYORS ACROSS THE COUNTRY OPPOSING REPEAL OF CLEAN POWER PLAN

A recent analysis found that the Clean Power Plan could prevent as many as 4,500 premature deaths each year by 2030

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Centennial Square and Fountain Park

clematis fountain

Located in the heart of downtown, this plaza includes benches, tables and chairs, and an interactive fountain. The fountain is known for its visible beauty, as well as its phenomenal popularity as a site for children’s play and has become a destination all its own. There is street side parking as well as garage parking availability. This site was dedicated during the centennial celebration for the City of West Palm Beach.
 Centennial Square and Fountain Park
From June 1st through August 31st, the City of West Palm Beach requires a permit for groups of ten or more who want to use the Centennial Square fountain. **Two-hour permits are $25 plus tax for residents and $35 for groups outside city limits. The fountains can be reserved at the Recreation Administrative Offices at 401 Clematis St. or any of the  West Palm Beach  Community Centers.

Upon arrival, the group leader must present the permit to the fountain guard. For questions regarding fountain reservation, permitting procedures, or to obtain a request form, please call the City of West Palm Beach Department of Parks and Recreation at 561-804-4900.

**Please note that permit holders are not given exclusive use of the fountains and others may join your group at any time.


Address: 100 North Clematis Street
Phone: (561) 804-4900
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset