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  1. Next regular Council meeting is Thursday, Oct. 14

    The next Village Council meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. in Village Hall. There also will be a special Council meeting on Monday, Oct. 11. The public welcome in person (facial coverings required). or to watch & participate online. See more about attending the meeting...
  2. Weekly eNews briefs for Sept. 24th

    Our weekly eNews briefs for Sept. 24th have been emailed, but if you're not signed up, you can still get the info here. Our eNews blast is filled with news about Village events, activities, Council decisions and more. See the eNews for Sept. 24th...
  3. Summary of Sept. 23 Council meeting actions

    At their meeting on Sept. 23rd, the Village Council approved a reduced property tax rate for 2022, a new Village budget, a new fee schedule for commercial rates, and took other action. See the action summary...
  4. Residential Code Ad Hoc Committee holds first meeting

    The new Ad Hoc Residential Code Revision Committee met Monday, Sept. 20th and began reviewing Village staff’s proposed Zoning in Progress. Read more about the Zoning in Progress ...
  5. 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...
  6. 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
  7. 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...
  8. Village COVID update as of September 23rd

    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 ...
  9. 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...
  10. 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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