January 26, 2017 Workshop Session
Discussion of the Cubhouse project, including temporary facilities, site plan, floor plan, elevations, and revised financial plan. Click here for the agenda backup and presentation.
An Informational Forum for the public to provide input on the Clubhouse project and amenities was held on January 7, 2017 at the North Palm Beach Country Club. Click here for the presentation
On January 4, 2017, the Village Council held a Special Workshop Session to discuss the new Clubhouse and facilities, including temporary facilities, site plan, floor plan, elevations, and financial plan. Click here for the presentation
Updated October 13, 2016
The Village Council approved the attached concept design for the new Country Club Project at their 9/22/16 meeting. (Click here to see the renderings)
The approximate cost for the Country Club Project, which includes the Country Club, pool renovations, and splash park, is $14, 975,000. (Click here for the Peacock and Lewis Powerpoint presentation.)
The Council has authorized entering into Phase II of the project which is Peacock and Lewis creating the design documents/specifications to be used in the construction phase. This will take approximately six months to complete.
Finally, the Manager was authorized to negotiate a contract with Carl Von Luger, LLC, regarding the restaurant operations at the new Country Club.
Updated May 11, 2016
The RFP for submitting proposals to operate the new Country Club Restaurant, Restaurant and Banquet, and/or Banquet only was issued recently. The RFP is available under the "Bids and Proposals" tab on the left side of the webpage. The RFP bid opening is scheduled for June 30, 2016.
Updated April 15, 2016
Last night, the Village Council held a workshop to define the scope of the new Clubhouse facility. Mr. Brian Idle, Architect and President of Peacock + Lewis Architects and Planners, presented a Power Point to the Council. Click Here to see the presentation.
The Minutes from the February 10, 2016 Special Workshop, the February 19, 2016 County Club Facilities Fact-Finding Minutes, and the February 19, 2016 Minutes of the Special Workshop Session were included in the Workshop Agenda Packet. Click here for the Minutes. The next step is to seek proposals from qualified vendors to operate a restaurant and banquet facility, or restaurant only or banquet facility only in our beautiful new clubhouse.
Updated April 7, 2016
The Village Council will hold a workshop on Thursday, April 14, 2016 after the Regular Village Council Meeting to define the scope of the Clubhouse project.
Updated February 11, 2016
Last night, the Village Council held a workshop concerning the costs and amenities that could be included in a new Clubhouse facility. Mr. Brian Idle, Architect and President of Peacock + Lewis Architects and Planners, presented a Power Point to the Council. Click Here to see the presentation.
To view the back-up materials, click on each report/document below:
The second night of workshop scheduled for this evening, after the Regular Village Council meeting has been cancelled. Another workshop will be scheduled at a later date.
Updated January 29, 2016
At the Village Council Meeting held on January 28, 2016, Architect Brian Idle of Peacock + Lewis gave the Council an update on the progress of the rebuilding of the Country Club Clubhouse. A two- day workshop to define the scope of the Country Club Clubhouse and discuss the Clubhouse and amenities will be held on February 10th and February 11th. To view the Power Point, click here.
The village-wide survey report/results are available here.
The week-long Charrette begins Saturday, January 30th at the Conservatory School @NPB at 9am. There will be an introductory presentation by the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council at 9:30 am. Input regarding the Country Club is welcome in addition to ideas for the new Master Plan for the Village. Children are welcome- we want to hear their ideas! You are not required to stay the entire day. The Charrette will continue in the Council Chambers Sunday through Friday, with a "Work in Progress" presentation on Friday, February 5th at 6:00 pm at the Conservatory School @NPB cafeteria.
Updated January 11, 2016 Invitation to attend Public Design Workshop. Come join us for a day-long Public Design Workshop. This meeting is the kick-off to the week-long Charrette that will shape the future of the Village of North Palm Beach by having the residents and vested parties create a new Master Plan which includes the building of a new clubhouse at the Country Club. Please join us!
"JUST THE FACTS"
Updated on December 11, 2015
The following is a revised schedule for the Clubhouse that was discussed at the December 10, 2015 Village Council Meeting:
January 28, 2016 - There will be a Workshop regarding proposed amenities at the Country Club Clubhouse and pool areas which will include projected scope, costs and financing.
January 30th - February 5th, 2016 - Charrette - Country Club scope and costs will be available for discussion, modification, additions and opinions.
February 11, 2016 - Workshop to define scope of Country Club design so that Phase II - Design of the Country Club Clubhouse and other improvements may begin.
February 25, 2016 - Possible Workshop if Village Council feels that more discussion is warranted.
Architect Brian Idle, Director of Golf Casey Mitchell, and Village Manager Jim Kelly met with Jack Nicklaus this morning regarding the location of the Clubhouse. Mr. Nicklaus recommended that the Clubhouse be built on its current site because it is the center of all activity. He feels that placement of the Clubhouse on any other site would be disruptive to play on the golf course.
From the beginning it was the direction of Village Council that we would talk to Jack Nicklaus, and that if he did not support the option to build a Clubhouse on the water, that option would be withdrawn from consideration. Therefore, the Village will now move forward with plans using only the current Clubhouse site location.
Click here to respond to the Village Survey regarding the clubhouse.
Updated on November 10, 2015
Here is an update regarding the North Palm Beach Country Club.
From October 19th through October 28th, Consultant Rick Norton met with the following Advisory Boards and Committees: Golf, Audit, Recreation, Waterways and the Planning Commission.Minutes and Recordings are available on the Village Website under the respective Committees as well as through the Village Clerk’s office.Architect Brian Idle, Rick Norton and I met with residents of North Palm Beach in five different meetings to seek their input regarding the amenities, services, and facilities they would like to see provided at the Country Club.Minutes from these meetings are below:
Between now and January 20, 2016, we are seeking resident input through public meetings and an online survey that will be ready in December of 2015. From January 30, 2016 through February 5, 2016 a Charrette will be held in the Village Council Chambers for all residents to view, question, discuss, and help shape the scope of the Master Plan and Country Club Improvements.
This information will then be reviewed and discussed by the Village Council in one or more workshops.Only after the above will the Council make any final decisions.
Thus, no final decisions will be made by the Village Council regarding the Clubhouse, pool deck, splash park or Master Plan until February 2016 or later.
My responsibility as the Village Manager of North Palm Beach is to vet potential uses of the Country Club property, collect essential data and seek as much resident input as possible so that the Village Council has all the information they need to make well informed decisions.
Previous Update on September 29, 2015:
Dear Residents, Many rumors have been floating around regarding the Clubhouse. This site contains "Just the Facts": 1. The current Clubhouse will be torn down. 2. A New Clubhouse will be built. 3. An architectural firm (Peacock + Lewis Architects and Planners, LLC) has been selected to help the Village Council plan, design and build a new clubhouse. 4. Nothing has been decided on the size, appearance, amenities, or location of the new clubhouse. 5. A business plan is being developed to help guide the decisions by the Council, and resident input has been, is being, or will be solicited in the form of individual or group interviews, and on-line surveys. 6. Any resident can sign up on the "Notify Me" tab on the home page or on the left of this page to receive notice regarding the clubhouse or any other issue or project in which the Village is taking action. 7. A chronological order of actions taken by the Village is accessible here If you have any questions, you may "email here" Sincerely, Jim Kelly Village Manager