The Office of the Town Clerk is responsible for providing legislative administration and official record keeping services. Advisory board and committee applications, certain permits, and notary services are also available in this office. The Town Clerk serves as the supervisor of elections for Town general elections, the Records Management Liaison Officer, and the Financial Disclosure Coordinator. The Town Clerk's Office maintains the Town Charter and Code of Ordinances, maintains custody of the Town seal, administers oaths, and attests to official documents.

The Charter establishes a municipality’s boundaries and set local regulations (similar to by-laws). The Code is the consolidation and organization of the Town’s current laws into subject areas. To determine if an ordinance is still law, please visit the Town Code.

The Town of Palm Beach is highly committed to transparency and efficiency in fulfilling public records requests. Please visit our public records request portal to submit a request.

Pursuant to Section 3.03 of the Town Charter, Town general elections are held on the 2nd Tuesday in March. All elected officials serve a two year term. Two Council Members and the Mayor are elected in each odd-numbered year; and, three Council Members are elected in each even-numbered year. 

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