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Why Boynton Beach

The City of Boynton Beach is the third largest municipality in Palm Beach County with an estimated population of approximately 78,000 residents. Residents of Boynton Beach enjoy a tropical lifestyle with waterfront dining, abundant shopping and lively entertainment throughout the week.  With hundreds of restaurants, outdoor lifestyle shopping centers and a regional mall, residents do not have to travel outside the City to dine, shop or to be entertained. 

The City operates 8 recreation centers, 29 parks, a swimming pool, a municipal beach, and lots of youth, teen, adult and senior programs.  Professional, dedicated staff members, with the assistance of valuable volunteers, manage the year-round recreation programs and activities and maintain parks and open spaces for the enjoyment of people of all ages and abilities.

dancersBoynton Beach Cultural Center

  • Offers 85 programs and classes
  • Event Space (indoor & outdoor)

beachOceanfront Park Beach

  • Shortest distance to the Atlantic Ocean in the 1,900+ miles of the Eastern Seaboard
  • 12 acres
  • A 20 minute walk or  7 minute bike ride from downtown
  • ADA Accessible wheelchair & Mobi  Mat for beach accessibility

boynton beach city libraryBoynton Beach City Library 

  • Designated areas for children, teens and adults
  • Computer work stations and private study rooms
  • Free Wi-Fi 
  • Laptop Loaner Program
  • Free downloads of E-books and music
  • Large collection of Florida history
  • Small Business Resources Library

golferThe Links

  • Western community location
  • 18-hole Championship Golf Course and 9-hole Family Golf Course
  • Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary

boynton harbor marina

Boynton Harbor Marina

  • Owned and operated by the CRA
  • Only one of two working full-service marinas in Palm Beach County
  • Deep-sea fishing, private charters, scuba-diving, jet-ski and boat rentals. parasailing
  • Waterfront restaurants
    • Two George's 
    • Banana Boat

park in boyntonExplore Boynton Parks

  • 250+ acres of beach, natural conservation land and parks
  • Twenty-eight developed sites
  • Five parks on the Intracoastal Waterway
  • Barrier-Free Park (designed for people of all abilities)

boynton beach senior center

  • Seven community centers
  • 150 programs and events for children, adults and seniors


  • Direct access to  Florida Turnpike
  • Three I-95 exits (Woolbright Rd., Boynton Beach Blvd. and Gateway Blvd.)
  • Tri-Rail station
  • Proximity to 3 major seaports
  • Proximity to 3 major international airports