The Village Fire Department will provide COVID-19 vaccines to Village residents 65 and older. Supplies are not available to the Village at this time, but once they are, the Village will begin the program at the Community Center. See details here...
At their January 14 meeting, the North Palm Beach Village Council made changes to the Village Boat & RV storage code, reviewed design elements for the U.S. 1 Bridge replacement, reviewed a plan for COVID vaccinations in the Village, and more. Read more...
A developer who seeks to rezone property to build a 7-Eleven with 16 gas pumps and a retail building at Richard Road and Alternate A1A is holding two open meetings to talk to residents about the project. Read more...
The North Palm Beach Fire-Rescue Department is working on a plan to provide COVID-19 vaccines for Village residents. Once a plan is finalized, it will be announced publicly along with the details of how to sign up to get vaccinated. Read more...
Are you an artist? Do you know one who would like to submit something for the 2021 Resident Art Exhibit? The Village is calling for artists of any age to present their work for a competitive review. Read more...
The South Florida Water Management District is making improvements to the stormwater drainage system along the Earman River, from alternate A1a to the Intracoastal Waterway. Read more...
If you are 65 or older and are looking for info about COVID vaccine scheduling in Palm Beach County, visit the PBC vaccine webpage. Demand is for the vaccine is high, but health officials are working to provide it to anyone who qualifies. See the Palm Beach County vaccine webpage...
The January edition of the Village Newsletter includes a "Call for Artists" for the 2021 Resident Art Show, info about Farmer's Table dining memberships, a Recreation Needs Assessment you can help with, and the Annual Hot Cars event on January 30th. See the newsletter...
Facial coverings are required in public places throughout Palm Beach County, including in the Village of North Palm Beach, and vaccines for people 65 and older are becoming available. Read more Village response to coronavirus