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Palm Beach Recreation Center Begins Registration for Fall Youth Programs
The Palm Beach Recreation Center’s fall session for youth programs begins September 14. Pre-school and youth programs include dance, karate, Kindermusik, tumbling, gymnastics, Story Time Soccer and more. Youth sports will include soccer and lacrosse. Read on...
Police and Fire-Rescue Departments Respond to Suicide Attempt on Beach
At 1:41 a.m. on July 23, Palm Beach Police were notified of a possible suicide attempt in the 2500 block of South Ocean Boulevard on the beach. Read on...
Sanitary Sewer Forcemain Rehabilitation Project - Traffic Pattern Update
Last Monday, July 13th the Town’s Contractor, Johnson-Davis, Inc. began digging the access pits for the lining of the Sanitary Sewer Forcemain along Royal Palm Way. Read on...
Town Council To Appoint Member(s) To The Planning and Zoning Commission
The Town of Palm Beach announces Commission Member opening(s) on the Town Planning & Zoning Commission effective October 1, 2015. Read on...
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To view the summary of actions taken at this month's Town Council meetings, please click on the applicable link below.

July 14, 2015

July 15, 2015

Lights Out for Sea Turtles

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All Ocean-front property owners must ensure that their lights are not visible from the beach at anytime from March 1st until October 31st.  Town Ordinance requires all Ocean-front property owners to comply with this "Lights Out" policy to protect endangered sea turtles which nest on local beaches and the hatchlings which come from those nests. Click here for more information.


Advanced Irrigation Program

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The Town’s Advanced Irrigation Program has many benefits, including the ability to obtain a variance from day-of-the-week watering restrictions and reduction of overall water consumption. Town Council decided to temporarily waive the one-time $300 variance application fee at the February 10, 2015, meeting for all persons seeking relief from watering restrictions, as a means of encouraging the growth of smart irrigation systems.  Click here to get more details, including how to apply.