On Friday, July 1, the City of Boynton Beach will feature ALIVE BEAT at its First Friday @ 5 Concert.
The City will host a July 4 celebration on Monday, July 4 complete with live music, food trucks, entertainment, kids’ activities, free shuttle transportation, and one of the largest Zambelli fireworks displays in Palm Beach County.
Beginning Monday morning, June 13, 2022, Boynton Beach Boulevard will be closed west of Lawrence Road for an emergency sanitary sewer repair by the City of Boynton Beach.
City of Boynton Beach offices and facilities will resume normal operations on Sunday, June 5. These include facilities such as recreation centers, parks and beaches.
The community is invited to attend and share feedback on the direction of the Recreation and Parks Department's Parks System Master Plan.
This concert has been cancelled due to potential inclement weather. This Friday, June 3, the City of Boynton Beach will be featuring GREEN MEANS GO at its First Friday @ 5 Concert. This local South Florida band plays music from the 80’s through today’s hits.