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The Honorable Keith James 2020 "State of the City" Address


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Mayor Keith A. James Announces “300 in 3” Vision for Workforce/Affordable Housing Units

In line with Mayor’s vision of working to create a ‘Community of Opportunity for All,’ new initiative aims to create 300 workforce/affordable housing units in the City in three years.

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INSIDER Newsletter (10/20/2019)

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102 Vehicles Citywide ‘Red Tagged’ During Phase Two; Operation Targets Abandoned Vehicles through Aggressive WPBPD Enforcement

West Palm Beach Mayor Keith A. James announces a very successful launch of Neighborhoods First – Operation Clean Streets Phase Two. The initiative is designed to curb illegal dumping in our neighborhoods through education, enforcement and prevention.

Launched at a press conference on October 17, 2019, Phase Two of Operation Clean Streets involves the identification, tagging and removal of abandoned vehicles in our city. In the first few hours after the launch, the City’s illegal dumping task force ‘red tagged’ 102 vehicles citywide. ‘Red tagging’ is the act of giving a warning notice that a vehicle parked on a public street will be towed if it is not removed within three days. WPBPD towed 130 vehicles in 2018.

“Neighborhoods First - Operation Clean Streets is designed to improve the quality of life for all residents by prioritizing and then responding to neighborhood concerns,” said Mayor James. “By addressing illegal dumping, which includes abandoned vehicles, we are continuing to promote the health, safety and well-being of our residents and ensuring their neighborhoods remain a source of pride. We want our residents to know that we are working hard to make improvements in all of our neighborhoods.”


2020 Census: What is the Census?


In March, the U.S. Census will begin inviting households across the country to participate in the 2020 Census. Each home will receive an invitation to respond to a short questionnaire--online, by phone, or by mail. This will mark the first time that you will be able to respond to the census online. Watch the video above to learn more!


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Chief Frank Adderley, WPBPD Announce Partnership with Ring Neighbors Portal:,-WPBPD-Announce-Partnership-w

WPB Celebrates Historic Milestone: 125 Years!:


Public Meetings

The public is invited and encouraged to attend public meetings. 

***Meetings held in the Commission Chambers, Flagler Gallery and Mayors' Board Room are located at City Hall at City Center, which is located at 401 Clematis Street***



  • 5:00 p.m., City Commission Meeting (Commission Chambers)


  • 1:00 p.m., Defined Contribution (401a) Admin Committee and Deferred Compensation (457b) Advisory Committee (City Center - 3rd Floor)
  • 5:00 p.m., Historic Preservation Board (Commission Chambers)


  • 5:30 p.m., Mayor's Youth Council (Mayor's Board Room)


  • 5:30 p.m., Education Advisory Committee (Mayors' Board Room)


  • 8:30 a.m., CRAAB Meeting (Fire Station No. 3, 5050 Broadway)

Pink Lemonade Under the Parasols: A Community Engagement Activity 

1200 N. Flagler Drive

Monday, October 21, 2019 (4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.)

The Office of Community Engagement and the Art in Public Places (AiPP) program invite residents and visitors for Pink Lemonade Under the Parasols: A Community Engagement Activity with Daily tlj, the artist collective commissioning Shade Parade, a unique temporary art installation for the City of West Palm Beach.

Based on previous public workshops Daily tous les jours determined that the community desired public art that would create a distinct experience, promote walking, and make connections between people of all ages. Daily tlj describes Shade Parade as “transforming our need for protection from the natural elements into magical collective moments while making the street a place of delight and surprise.” The art is made up of four large brightly colored sunshades that, when used, glide effortlessly on an I-beam rail installed on the sidewalk in two sections that make up 300 linear feet. The design of the installation promotes users to stroll, perform, cooperate, and connect with one another in meaningful ways. matched the funds.  


Batter Up! Join the City of West Palm Beach Procurement Department for Business at the Ballpark. Learn how to grow your business with upcoming City of West Palm Beach projects. Gain insight into how to do business with the City of West Palm Beach, and network with purchasing agents and other small business owners.

Wednesday, October 23, 2019; 4:00-6:00 p.m.

 FITTEAM Ballpark of The Palm Beaches, 5444 Haverhill Rd., WPB


On October 23rd, the City of West Palm Beach will be participating in an "Imagine a Day Without Water" event with local coffee shops. The campaign hopes to remind us all that water is a valuable and vital part of our daily lives.

Stop by one of these participating coffee shops to get your coffee with a special "Imagine a Day Without Water" sleeve.

  • Johan's Joe Swedish Coffee House and Cafe
  • Harold's Coffee Roasters
  • Pumphouse Coffee Roasters
  • Composition Coffee House
  • Loic Bakery Cafe Bar
  • Aioli Downtown and South End Dixie
  • Dunkin Doughnuts 242 S. Congress and 10130 Northlake

If you own and wish to rent out property in West Palm Beach, you won't want to miss our Landlord Training Class.

Topics will include:

  • Fair Housing Practices
  • Common code enforcement problems
  • Crime Prevention
  • Who to call in the event of a problem
  • Landlord resources

Join us on October 24, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. in the Flagler Gallery at City Hall. For information, please call (561) 822-1250.


Northwood Village Art Night Out

Friday, October 25 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Northwood Road, 24th Street & 25th Street


Guests can experience the creative lifestyle in Northwood Village as they stroll down Northwood Road, 24th Street, and 25th Street to enjoy local artists, streetside vendors and live entertainment. This hidden jewel in West Palm Beach offers residents and visitors a respite from the ordinary and a refreshing, unique hub for art and culture. Plus shop at the unique boutiques and studios, dine at some of the area’s best restaurants, experience live street-side music and more. For more information, visit or call 561-822-1550.


Family fun at the Vision Zero WPB

Community Block Party!

Learning how to be safe CAN be lots of FUN at the Vision Zero West Palm Beach Community Block Party! Join us as we celebrate safety AND our City's 125th anniversary! There will be fun FREE family activities, giveaways and more! Free bike helmets while supplies last!

Saturday, November 16, 2019; 10 a.m. - Noon

Fire Station #3, 5050 Broadway


Grassy Waters Preserve Boardwalk

Hike & Snail Craft

View of Cypress Boardwalk at Grassy Waters

This FREE program is designed for children ages 4 and over who must be accompanied by an adult. Each program includes a family-friendly guided boardwalk hike and an opportunity to create a craft to take home.

WHERE: Grassy Waters Preserve, 8264 Northlake Blvd, WPB

Sunday, October 27, 2019, 2-3:30 p.m.: Snail Shell Painting

Join us for a free family-friendly guided boardwalk hike focusing on the endangered snail kite and the snail they eat. Grassy Waters is one of the best places to observe these unique birds. Then decorate your very own snail shell to take home.

Saturday, November 30, 2019, 2-3:30 p.m.: Feathered Friends

Join us for a free family-friendly guided boardwalk hike to search for our unique wetland birds. Learn more about their amazing adaptations and how their feathers were used by humans throughout history. Create and decorate your very own craft binoculars to take home!

 Saturday, November 10, 2019: Native American Mask Making

Join us for a free family-friendly guided boardwalk hike to learn how Native Americans used this area, and then create your own Calusa masks to take home.

Wear closed-toe shoes, hat, sunscreen and bring a refillable water bottle. Reservations are required for all programs (561) 804-4985


City Congratulates

2019 Green Business of the Year Award Winners

The Green Business Challenge encourages businesses to increase operational and community efficiency/sustainability in an effort to make West Palm Beach a better place in which to work and play. Participants learn how to implement sustainable practices that pay off in ecological and economical gains. We congratulate this year's winners:

  • Prado Spa and Salon
  • United Way of Palm Beach County
  • Visit Palm Beach and The West Palm Beach Visitor's Center
  • Waterfront Clematis
  • Mock Roos & Associates, Inc.

Thank you to the winners and participants!

Logo for Mandel Public Library


***Library is located at 411 Clematis Street***

  • Oct. 22    Paint the Fall Season using Acrylic
  • Oct. 27    Stories & Music of "Tin Pan Alley" Era
  • Oct. 30    Halloween Play & Party


  • YOGA NOTE: Our regular Yoga classes on Tuesdays & Saturdays will take place at Howard Park Community Center in November
  • Mondays  -  Rumba & Mambo Dance Classes
  • Fridays - Storytime in the Garden at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens (Nov. 1, 8, 15 & 22)
  • Nov. 2 - Season’s Greetings Card Workshop
  • Nov. 3 - Storytime with Palm Beach Opera featuring The Pirates of Penzance
  • Nov. 7 - Read for the Record: Thank You Omu
  • Nov. 8 - Teen STEM Day

WPB TV Headlines


VIDEO: WPBFD Fire Inspectors Share Fire Safety Tips


VIDEO: WPB Launches 'Operation Clean Streets' Phase Two


VIDEO: Mayor / Commission Work Session (October 15, 2019)


VIDEO: Mayor / Commission Work Session (October 15, 2019): State of the Police Pension Report


VIDEO: Mayor / Commission Work Session (October 15, 2019): Discussion on the M/WBE Ordinance


VIDEO: CIP Spotlight: City Updates Roadway Resurfacing Projects


VIDEO: The City of WPB is Celebrating its 125 Anniversary: Come Celebrate!



Questions? Contact us today: 1-561-822-2222; TTY: 800-955-8771