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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Water Savings Program

Mayor's Water Challenge

Mayor Muoio has proclaimed April Water Conservation Month! Join her in pledging to save water and register to win prizes! Click here pledge!

 

2016 Toilet Voucher Program



Read the application completely to see if your dwelling is eligible.

Download the Residential Form or Apply Here

Download the Commercial Form or Apply Here

 

WPB WaterSmart

WPB Public Utilities and the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability are kicking off a new water conservation and customer engagement pilot program.

WPB WaterSmart will enable you to:
 ·    Track your water usage
 ·    Reduce your water consumption
 ·    Save on your monthly water bill
 ·    Take advantage of incentives and free offers
 ·    Learn about utility advancements

The WPB WaterSmart online portal will be open to all residential West Palm Beach water utility customers and is accessible at wpb.org/watersmart.

The online portal features information on your water consumption, utility and sustainability programs, available incentives, and water use recommendations.

A group of utility customers will be selected to participate in the pilot program. Pilot program participants will receive six free home water reports with customized water use information and recommendations. If you are part of the pilot program and would like to take the participant survey online, please visit wpb.org/watersmartsurvey.

ONE WATER

The City Of West Palm Beach Public Utilities Department is a member of the U.S. Water Alliance, and is moving toward the concept of One Water Management.
 

"Water is valuable, renewable and integrally connected to decisions made on the land, in the watershed, and within communities. The 21st century poses increasing demands on its available quantity and quality. Population growth, urban development, land use and climate change, among other factors, make water management one of the most significant challenges facing societies today. As science and engineering have advanced, so has our understanding of natural systems and management strategies to better conserve, protect and use this precious resource. Quality and quantity efficiencies are being found in more holistic approaches to water, with green infrastructure complementing gray and centralized systems working in concert with decentralized systems. Promising technology and innovations in resource recovery as well as the expansion of water reuse programs have the potential for creating sustainable and thriving communities." - One Water


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Millions of Gallons (MG) Saved Through Our Programs

The City's Water Conservation Programs strive to reduce the demand for water in a phased manner that will not only reduce water consumption but reduce utility bills and help to orient people's behavior in a way to conserve resources. The programs address Water and Resource Conservation goals within the City’s Sustainability Action Plan through increasing education and awareness within the community and providing vouchers for High Efficiency Showerheads, Faucet Aerators and Toilets to both residential and commercial customers within the WPB Public Utilities service area. This results in real water and monetary savings for the community while reducing demand side water use. These programs go hand-in-hand with our PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy), D.O.E. Better Buildings Challenge and D.O.E. Better Buildings Challenge Water Pilot programs.


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WATERCHAMP

Developed by the Southwest Florida Water Management District in 2002, Water Champ is a free public education program that helps hotels and motels save water, improve energy efficiency and reduce operating costs. West Palm Beach has successfully implemented this program and over 50% of WPB hotels/motels are participating.

Hotels

BREAKERS HOTEL * PALM BEACH OCEANFRONT INN * HIBISCUS HOUSE B&B * COURTYARD MARRIOTT HOTEL * DAYS INN * AIRPORT NORTH * REGENCY INN * APOLLO INN * AQUA MOTEL * PARKVIEW MOTOR LODGE * DUTCHMAN MOTOR LODGE * BEST WESTERN PALM BCH LAKES * HELEN APTS & MOTEL * MARRIOTT WEST PALM BCH HOTEL * GRANDVIEW GARDENS BED & BREAKFAST * LA QUINTA INNS & SUITES #7716 * HAWTHORN SUITES WEST PALM BEACH * RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT * HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS WEST PALM BEACH * SPRINGHILL SUITES * HAMPTON INN * HILTON GARDEN INN WEST PALM BEACH AIRPORT * EMBASSY SUITES WEST PALM BEACH AIRPORT * STAY INN * COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT WEST PALM BEACH * HOTEL BIBA * RAMADA * HYATT PLACE WEST PALM BEACH * HOLIDAY INN P B INTL AIRPORT

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