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Notification of Roadway Construction

NOTIFICATION OF ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION - PARK AVENUE TO NORTHLAKE BLVD.

FOR AFFECTED PROPERTIES: The Palm Beach County Engineering and Public Works Department will be starting road improvements along Old Dixie Highway. This construction may require the clearing of most, if not all of the area within the limits of construction, from Park Avenue to Northlake Boulevard. Therefore, it is important that should you have any manmade items such as fences, landscaping of any type, irrigation systems or any other items within the area to be cleared, that they be removed prior to 5/19/17. Construction will commence on or about 5/26/17. The County, or its agents, will not be able to save any of these items if they remain within the temporary construction easement area after construction begins. The area will be staked within the limits of the project. This, hopefully, will enable you to determine whether you have items within the temporary construction easement. Please contact the Palm Beach County Right-of-Way Section at 561-684-4124 with any questions

FOR MOTORISTS AND PEDESTRIANS: Please be advised that the extent of construction will be from Park Avenue to Northlake Blvd. Please use extra caution while traveling the area as construction begins and progresses. Extra traffic signage will be placed to notify of changes to traffic patterns.


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Seacoast Utility Authority - New and Improved Payment Portal

Important Information About Your SUA Account

 

In order to better serve you, Seacoast Utility Authority has launched a new & improved payment portal for your SUA account.

You will need to create a profile to set up your account in the new portal. Also, if your account was previously set up for recurring automatic payments or you receive your paperless billing statements by email and you wish to continue, you will need to set up these functions again in the new portal.

Follow these simple steps to set up your account to resume automatic monthly payments and receive paperless billing statements by email:

  1. Click here to get to our website and then click on Access Account & Pay Bill located in the upper right-hand side of page to access the new portal and create your profile.
  2. If you need assistance setting up your profile after clicking Access Account please click the links on the right-hand side for help.
  3. Activate your account by following the instructions you will receive in an email after registering.
  4. Once you've logged in, click Add Account. You will need your Account Number and your Customer Number located on your bill.
  5. You may now use the portal to view your balance, make a payment, manage your profile, and more.
  6. If you'd like to resume automatic recurring payments, click Set Up Auto Pay after adding your account and follow the prompts.
  7. To continue receiving monthly paperless billing statements by email go to the Notification Settings within your profile under Billing Communications and select Electronic/Email Only. Please review all the notifications settings available to you under the Alert Settings.
  8. You may also click on Pay Your Bill to make a one-time payment without creating a profile.

Thank you for your patience as we continue to provide you with the best customer service possible. Feel free to contact us at (561) 627-2920 Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM should you need any assistance setting up your account or resuming your recurring automatic payments.


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PBC Tax Collector - 2016 Fiscal Year Annual Report to Our Citizens

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A Report to Our Citizens

I am pleased to announce the availability of our award winning, citizen-centric A Report to Our Citizens for Fiscal Year 2016. We produce the annual report because we are committed to transparency and open government. Our goal is to keep citizens informed about collections, distributions, operational progress, community outreach/education and agency achievements. Request copies for your Homeowners Association, community group or civic organization through ClientAdvocate@taxcollectorpbc.com

 


Property of the Month - May 2017

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MAY 2017

RECIPIENT OF THE

 

PROPERTY OF THE MONTH

 

  The  Property of the Month is 601 Date Palm Drive.  Every month a new property is selected by the Town's Code Compliance Officers. The selection is based on overall aestetics and upkeep. The property is honored with a "Property of the Month" signage in their front yard to display for the duration of the month. 

 

Congratulations  Eugene Jacobs!

 


Palm Beach County Department of Environmental Resources Management May 2017 Volunteer Projects

The Palm Beach County Department of Environmental Resources Management (ERM) has two weekend and two weekday volunteer events planned for May. The projects are designed for volunteers ages 16 and older. Volunteers 15 and under must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Volunteers can register for an ERM event by calling 561-233-2426 or emailing amathews@pbcgov.org. Thanks for helping the Department keep Palm Beach County clean and green.

 ERM is now on Facebook -  www.facebook.com/PBCERM. Check us out and “like” us!

 

 VOLUNTEER EVENT   

 

What:  Trash Removal  

Where: Limestone Creek Natural Area – 6570 Church St. – Jupiter (NOTE: this is the address for the main parking lot – volunteers are meeting at the kayak launch parking area off of Central Blvd. – see directions below)

Site Information: http://discover.pbcgov.org/erm/NaturalAreas/Limestone-Creek.aspx

When: Saturday, May 20, 2017

Time: 8 am to 11 am  

Directions: From I-95 exit at Indiantown Road (SR 706) – head east on Indiantown Road to Central Blvd. – turn left and head north on Central Blvd. – after passing the fire station immediately turn left into the Limestone Creek kayak launch parking area – if you cross the bridge you missed the turn  – look for a white County truck to locate volunteer meeting area

Additional Information:  Volunteers should wear old shoes and clothing for this event as we will be working in brush-filled, and possibly muddy, areas. There are no restroom facilities available at the site. Restrooms are available in various convenience stores and fast food restaurants along Indiantown Road. The Department will supply tools, gloves, and refreshments. Event participation is limited to the first 15 volunteers who register.

 

 VOLUNTEER EVENT  (WEEKDAY EVENT)

 

What: Trash Removal, Invasive Plant Removal

Where: Frenchman’s Forest Natural Area – 12201 Prosperity Farms Rd.  – Palm Beach Gardens

Site Information: http://discover.pbcgov.org/erm/NaturalAreas/Frenchmans-Forest.aspx

When:  Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Time: 8 am to 11 am

Directions: From I-95 exit at PGA Blvd. - head east to Prosperity Farms Rd. (traffic light before the drawbridge) - turn left and head north on Prosperity Farms Rd. for roughly 1 mile - the natural area is located on the left, just north of Cross Community Church.

Additional Information: Volunteers should wear long pants, t-shirts, sneakers or hiking boots. Some of the work will be done at Prosperity Oaks Natural Area, located just south of Frenchman’s Forest Natural Area. Restroom facilities are not available at the natural area. The Department will supply tools, gloves, and refreshments for the volunteers.  Event participation is limited to the first 10 volunteers who register.

 

 VOLUNTEER EVENT  

 

What: Trash Removal

Where: Winding Waters Natural Area - located south of Dyer Park - 7301 Haverhill Road, West Palm Beach  

(NOTE: this is the address of Dyer Park – follow directions below to get to Winding Waters Natural Area)

Site Information: http://discover.pbcgov.org/erm/NaturalAreas/Winding-Waters.aspx

When: Saturday, May 27, 2017 

Time: 8 am to 11 am

Directions: From I-95 exit at 45th Street - head west to Haverhill Road - turn right and head north on Haverhill Road for roughly 2 miles to Dyer Blvd. – turn left and enter the south Dyer Park gates – the natural area parking lot entrance is on the left

Additional Information:  Volunteers should wear clothing they don’t mind dirty. We will be cleaning along Haverhill Road.  Restroom facilities are not available at the natural area. The Department will supply tools, gloves, and refreshments for the volunteers.  Event participation is limited to the first 15 volunteers who register.

  

 

VOLUNTEER EVENT  (WEEKDAY EVENT)

What: Trash Removal

Where: Rosemary Scrub Natural Area – 2901 N. Seacrest Blvd. -  Boynton Beach

Site Information:  http://discover.pbcgov.org/erm/NaturalAreas/Rosemary-Scrub.aspx

When: Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Time: 8 am to 11 am

Directions: From I-95 exit at Hypoluxo Road - head east on Hypoluxo Road to Seacrest Blvd. - turn right and head south on Seacrest Blvd. for roughly 1 mile - the natural area is located on the right (west side of Seacrest Blvd. – just south of a small convenience store)

Additional Information:  Volunteers should wear long pants, t-shirts, sneakers or hiking boots.  Restroom facilities are not available at the natural area. The Department will supply tools, gloves, and refreshments for the volunteers.  Event participation is limited to the first 10 volunteers who register.

 

 Ann Mathews

 

Palm Beach County

Department of Environmental Resources Management

2300 N. Jog Rd. - 4th Floor

West Palm Beach, FL 33411

561-233-2426

 

www.pbcgov.com/erm


2017 Summer Camp

GET OUT & GET ACTIVE

Get up and move! It’s time to get out and get active to the summer’s topical beat!  The Town of Lake Park Summer Camp is a recreation program for children 6 - 12 years of age.  This camp is includes indoor and outdoor activities that will keep campers on the go while providing quality supervision in safe surroundings.  Campers will participate in sport games, try new and creative activities and travel to local south Florida attractions. This Summer Camp program is all about getting out and getting active while developing character and making life-long friends! 

Under the direction of the Recreation Supervisor our staff of counselors are dedicated to making sure the camp is an amazing experience for every camper! 

Camp Registration begins April 3, 2017 at the Town of Lake Park Special Events Department (535 Park Avenue, Lake Park, FL 33403)

Session 1:

June 12th – July 7th (no Camp July 4th)

Resident: $200.00

Non-resident: $250.00


Session 2:

July 10th – August 4th

Resident: $200.00

Non-resident: $250.00

For more information please contact Riunite Franks (Special Events Director) at 561-881-3338 or rfranks@lakeparkflorida.gov


Sunset Celebration

The Town of Lake Park hosts its monthly SUNSET CELEBRATION on the last Friday of each month at Lake Park Harbor Marina.  The event offers live entertainment, a full cash bar, happy hour prices, and a variety of food and arts & crafts vendors.  Admission and Parking are FREE!

Lake Park Harbor Marina is located at 105 Lake Shore Drive, Lake Park, FL  33403

For more information, call 561-840-0160 or visit www.lakeparkmarina.com


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