Individuals reporting code enforcement violations must provide their name & address to the local government before a code compliance officer may investigate the complaint.
The City has scheduled public workshops to review the FY 2021-22 proposed budget as follows:
The City of Boynton Beach will host their July 4 celebration on Sunday, 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.
The City invites and encourages the public to attend the Tuesday, June 29 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) meeting.
Supply donation boxes are located at City Hall, the City Library, Police Station, Fire Station 5, Carolyn Sims Ctr., Ezell Hester Ctr. & P2P/Bridges.
Atlantic Community High School IB program graduate Bencheta Beauzieux was selected as this year’s Bob Borovy Student Citizen of the Year.
This free event includes entertainment, Zambelli fireworks, food trucks, free shuttles + more!
Some public facilities will be closed; trash will be picked up as usual.
As part of the transition to the new system, online-permit application submittals will be unavailable beginning on Friday, May 21 at 5 pm through 8 am on Wed., May 26..
The City of Boynton Beach and Azul for Better Living are holding a clothing drive through May 24