Traffic heads up: Okeechobee to close for four days in May

Maps and other important info on the closure

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City moves to put its money where its mouth is to preserve Grassy Waters

The more the state and Palm Beach County try to run State Road 7 through Grassy Waters Everglades Preserve, the more it will cost the city to fight it.

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Comprehensive Plan

Guiding Future Growth and Development: Our Comprehensive Plan


The West Palm Beach Comprehensive Plan covers the goals, objectives and policies that direct City programs, budgets, and decisions. This living document is designed to provide some certainty in the development of the City and to respond to changes identified, in large part, through a periodic evaluation of the plan.
 
The comprehensive planning process requires the City to monitor various community characteristics related to population growth and land development, public services and facilities, and environmental resources management.
 
This plan complies with State of Florida statutes, requiring all local governments to prepare and maintain a long-range comprehensive plan that will guide future growth and development. (Florida Statutes: chapter 163, Part 2.)

 

Notice of Intent

Comprehensive Plan Amendment – Docket No. 10-1-NOI-5038-(A)-(I)

The City’s Comprehensive Plan contains the following 13 elements:

The City’s Comprehensive Plan contains the following Map Series Maps:

Transportation: