Vegetation Amnesty Days are to be held from April 24 to May 5
In preparation for the 2023 Hurricane season, City of West Palm Beach residents are encouraged to place an unlimited amount of vegetative waste curbside for pickup on your regularly scheduled pickup days at no additional cost from Monday, April 24 to Friday, May 5, 2023.
Vegetation includes grass clippings, leaves, tree, shrubbery cuttings or trimmings, broken or cut tree limbs and logs, and other vegetation incidental to the care of lawns and gardens.
The City is updating its Rethink Paradise Action Plan and is seeking public input to help improve and prioritize the plan.
The plan is designed to address resilience challenges that meet the community’s present needs while preserving resources for future generations; balancing human needs with the needs of our cultural and natural environments.
The Community Input Form will be available until June 30, 2023 and should take approximately 15 minutes to complete
A new class of recruits is now in training at the West Palm Beach Fire Department. The training is intense and comprehensive, which will prepare the trainees for their future in firefighting with the City of West Palm Beach.
The Grant Apartments has Officially Started Pre-leasing
This eight-story, mixed-use, multifamily, development located at 609 2nd Street in Downtown West Palm Beach is centrally located, spacious, and lavishly luxurious. The Grand started pre-leasing in February 2023, with first move-ins expected in the first week of May 2023.
The Grand also offers special allotted workforce housing to help meet Mayor Keith A. James’ 600 in 3 initiative.
Northwood Village, just north of downtown West Palm Beach, is known for its eclectic mix of restaurants, shops and services that have been attracting visitors from all over. One of their favorite finds: The Day by Day Shoppe.
Apply Today: Summer Camp Scholarship Program
The City’s Parks and Recreation Department invites residents to apply for Palm Beach County’s Summer Camp Scholarship Program. These scholarships can be applied to the City’s summer camp programs. Applications will be accepted through April 14, or until funds run out.
Recent Policy Actions, Next City Commission Meeting
The next City Commission meeting will be held at 5 p.m. on Monday, April 17 at City Hall, 401 Clematis Street. Commission meetings are held every other Monday, except for holidays, and the public is encouraged to attend.
Click the image above to watch the City Commission meeting from April 3, 2023.