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  1. Agenda summary for Sept. 14 Planning Commission meeting

    Need a better understanding of what the Village Planning Commission will be talking about at their meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 14th? Here’s a summary of agenda items: See the Commission agenda summary...
  2. International Cleanup Day is Saturday September 18

    Join Village Environmental Committee members at Anchorage Park or John D. MacArthur Beach State Park from 8 to 11 p.m. on Saturday, September 18. Guests from The Reef Institute & Environmental Resource Management of PBC will speak. Trash bags provided.
  3. Developer of 200 Yacht Club Drive holding open house

    The developer who wants to build a mixed-use project at Yacht Club Drive & U.S. 1 will hold a public open house to seek input before submitting plans for review. The public is encouraged to attend, Thursday, Sept. 16 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Country Club. See renderings of the proposed buildings...
  4. Police Department earns reaccreditation again

    The North Palm Beach Police Department has again earned accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. It is the fifth time since 2008 the Department has achieved the CALEA accomplishment. Read more about reaccreditation...
  5. Summary of Sept. 8 Council meeting actions

    At their special meeting on Sept. 8th, the Village Council approved on 1st reading a reduced property tax rate and the 2022 tentative budget. They also approved ordinances regulating safety issues at short-tern rental homes and took other action. See the action summary...
  6. Next Council meeting is Thursday, Sept 23rd

    The next Village Council meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 23rd 7 p.m. in Village Hall. This will be the 2nd and final public hearing for the 2022 budget & millage rate. Public welcome (facial coverings required), or watch & participate online. See more about attending the meeting...
  7. 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
  8. Fundraiser for daughter of Village employee who passed away

    Public Works employee Tara Ramsaroop passed away recently after serving the Village for 16 years. A GoFundMe account has been established in her name, and a fundraising event and raffle is scheduled for Sept. 15 at Frigates to assist her young daughter. See a flyer about the fundraiser...
  9. Your lychee tree may have mites

    The Florida Dept. of Agriculture says there's a mite that's damaging lychee trees in Palm Beach County. The lychee produces bright pink/red fruits. Please inspect your lychee and if you think it may be affected, notify the Dept. of Agriculture. See the lychee info page...
  10. Village COVID update as of August 30th

    The facial covering requirement for entering Village-owned buildings remains in place, and the Village continues to recommend that residents follow all CDC guidelines to combat the virus. See the latest vaccine updates ...
  11. Council selects Ad Hoc Committee members for Zoning in Progress

    At the August 26th meeting, the Village Council selected five five regular members and three alternate members for the Ad Hoc Residential Code Revision Committee. Read more about the Zoning in Progress ...
  12. Camelot Hotel to be demolished

    The Village and the Camelot Hotel on U.S. Highway 1 just south of the Parker Bridge have agreed to a plan for demolition of the unsafe structure. Read more about the demolition agreement...
  13. Youth symphony will rehearse weekly at Farmer's Table

    Farmer's Table restaurant in the Village Country Club is generously donating space to allow the new North Palm Youth Symphony (NPYS) to offer high quality musical instruction to string students in grades 9-12. Read more about the Youth Symphony...
  14. How does the Village budget process work?

    Planning the financial future of the Village takes a lot of work by the Village Council, Village Manager, department heads and staff. Here's an overview of the process as it develops throughout the summer. Read on...
  15. FEMA flood map boundaries changing, homeowner insurance rates may be affected

    FEMA is redefining flood map areas throughout South Florida. This may cause some Village homeowner insurance rates to increase or cause other property owners be required to purchase flood insurance. Get more info about FEMA flood zone changes...
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