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  1. December Village newsletter is online

    The December Village print newsletter is now viewable online. It has info about the annual holiday events, reporting and inspection requirements for condos, an update on the former Twin Cities Mall site and more. See the December newsletter...
  2. 2022 holiday event schedule includes all the traditions

    The annual holiday events for this season include the annual boat parade, tree lighting, Santa texts and visits, and more. Come out and enjoy these great Village traditions! See the holiday schedule...
  3. FDOT approves U.S. 1 lane repurposing plan

    On November 22nd, FDOT approved the Village's plan to repurpose lanes along one mile of U.S. 1, saying the proposal is consistent with the U.S. 1 Multimodal Corridor Study adopted by the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency. Read more about the lane repurposing plan...
  4. Summary of Nov. 14 Council meeting actions

    At their meeting November 14th, the Council approved a minor change to the Prosperity Village tree disposition plan, held a workshop about property codes at the southeast corner of U.S. 1 and Northlake Boulevard, and took other action. See the action summary...
  5. Next Council meeting is Thursday, Dec. 8th

    The next Regular Council meeting is Thursday, December 8th at 7 p.m. in Village Hall. Video of the meeting will be streamed live on this website at the link below. The public is welcome to attend. See more about attending the meeting...
  6. New law requires reporting and inspections for condos, co-ops

    Your condo or cooperative building is now required to file identifying information with the state's Division of Florida Condominium, Timeshares and Mobile Homes by January 1, 2023, and will likely require a safety inspection to be filed with the Village. See more about the new law...
  7. New regulations in place for parking trailers in residential neighborhoods

    The Village Council recently amended Village Code to define the term "utility trailer" and amended the terms and conditions under which utility trailers may be stored on residential property. Read more...
  8. Your landscaper is required to remove clippings from property

    If you hire someone to trim your trees, that person or company is required to remove the clippings from your property. But if you do the work yourself and put the debris out for collection, the Village will pick it up during routine vegetation collection. Read more...
  9. Code: Residential docks are not for leasing or rent

    Did you know that the Village’s code does not permit docks in our single-family neighborhoods to be rented or leased? Because of this, homeowners who have been leasing private docks should begin planning to have those boats removed as soon as possible. Read more...
  10. Do you know about the new Stormwater Utility Fund?

    Throughout the Village, a network of pipes, gutters and waterways prevents flooding. It requires considerable maintenance and repair, so the Council created a new Stormwater Utility and Fund to better mange long-term plans for financing improvements. Read about the new Stormwater Utility and Fund
  11. Water Management District work planned on Earman River

    The South Florida Water Management District is making improvements to the stormwater drainage system along the Earman River, from alternate A1A to the Intracoastal Waterway. Read more about SFWMD Earman work...
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