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Monday - Friday: 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
Please bring donations in disposable bags or boxes that you do not want back. Please call (561) 841-3383 for more information.
We accept books, magazines <1 year old, books on CD (audio books), DVDs, and music CDs in good condition for donations. We do not accept encyclopedias, medical books, Reader's Digest books, VHS tapes, and/or text books. Please call 561-841-3383 for more information.
Donations should be in good condition so that we can either resell them or catalog them. All donations should not have an odor, be burnt, moldy, dirty, chewed, scratched, wet, or have evidence of insect activity. Additionally, homemade DVDs and books with covers ripped off cannot be resold. Please call 561-841-3383 for more information.
No, the Finance Department does not currently accept credit cards. Please call (561) 841-3360 for more information.
Normal operating hours for the Finance Department are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Please call (561) 841-3360 for more information.
The current millage rate is 7.50 mills. This is equal to $7.50 per $1,000 of assessed value. So if a house is assessed at $400,000, and the owner has a $50,000 Homestead Exemption, the house is taxed only on $350,000. So multiply 350 x $7.50, and that owner would pay $2,625 in Village taxes.
Keep in mind, other governmental bodies such as Palm Beach County, the School District and others also charge a tax to each property, so only 35 percent of the total taxes paid on a house in North Palm Beach goes to the Village. Since 2,625 is 35 percent of 7,500, the property with a $400,000 value and a $50,000 Homestead Exemption would pay a total of $7,500 on an annual tax bill to all local governmental entities combined.
Call (561) 841-3360 for more information.
The adopted budgets for the current and previous fiscal years are available online for review. Please visit our:
For more information, please visit the Human Resources Department.
Anyone who is a resident of the Village of North Palm Beach may get a Library Card. Residents of municipality libraries that are members of the Library Cooperative of the Palm Beaches or live in unincorporated areas of Palm Beach County may also get a Library Card.
Acceptable identification includes:
• Florida Driver’s License
• Florida I.D. Card
• Florida Voters Registration Card
• Lease or Mortgage with Applicant’s Name
• Tax or Utility Bill with Applicant’s Name
Yes, please refer to the following check out limits:
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Yes, you can. Please refer to the directions below:
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Anyone can reserve the Large Gazebo at Anchorage Park. The fee for North Palm Beach residents is discounted. Please call the Recreation Department at 561841-3386 for availability. Anchorage Park's smaller covered picnic tables are first-come. The Cheeki Hut at Lakeside Park is not available for rental; It is also not first-come for private parties. It is only available for public sharing. Volleyball, Tennis and Basketball courts are not available for private parties. They are first-come, but please keep court time to one(1) hour if others are waiting. The indoor courts at the Community Center are available for rent if not in use by the department or on-going client program.
Yes, absolutely! On-going classes charge the same amount to residents and non-residents. Events such as bus trips charge no additional fee. Sport programs have 2 separate charges: one for a North Palm Beach resident and a different one for a non-resident. The non-resident rate is generally $10 higher than a resident fee. The Gazebo and Room rentals are available to all, but the rate is less for residents.
Only North Palm Beach residents can obtain a permit.
$64.20/year: October 1st - September 30th; the cost is reduced at the 1/2 year and 1/4 year marks.
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North Palm Beach residents can obtain a temporary launch permit. The fee is $10 per launch and temporary permits can be purchased in-person at our Anchorage Park activities building at 603 Anchorage Drive, North Palm Beach, FL 33408.
You can purchase a permit online. However, if you have never made an online purchase with North Palm Beach Recreation, the online portal will not work. Please visit our Anchorage office to set up a household account in-person so you may be able to make future online purchases.
If you do hold an account with North Palm Beach Recreation, continue to make your online purchase here.
The North Palm Beach Police Department will investigate any complaint made by a citizen. Complaints may be received in person, via written correspondence, telephone calls, or anonymously. Please call 561-848-2525 and ask to speak with the Supervisor on duty.
You may request a copy of the annual Internal Affairs report by contacting Sergeant Mekoliavitch at 561-882-1157.
As of July 2022:
Normal Collection Schedule:
Holiday CollectionThe service scheduled for the day on which the holiday is observed will be missed. All other collection days will remain the same as the normal collection schedule.
Residential curbside collection service guidelines
Report missed garbage pickup
Please refer to this page for residential curbside collection service guidelines for residents:
When a holiday falls on a sanitation pickup day, collection will take place on the next regularly scheduled pickup day for that type of item. For example, if yard vegetation was missed on a Monday holiday, it will be picked up on Wednesday.
The Village of North Palm BeachVillage Clerk's Office501 US Highway 1North Palm Beach, FL 33408
It is the bidder’s responsibility to ensure that the bid is submitted in a timely manner and received in the Village Clerk's Office prior to the bid opening. If the bid is sent by courier or mailed it is recommended that the bid be sent early. It is recommended that the bid arrive at least one business day before the bid opens to ensure timely receipt.
The Mayor is Deborah Searcy. You may email the Mayor at email@example.com or leave a message with the Clerk’s Office, 841-3355, and the Mayor will call you back.
The next Village election is scheduled for March 14, 2023. For more information, visit the Elections webpage.
Voter registration applications are available at Village Hall, North Palm Beach Library, or at the Supervisor of Elections Office. To find out where you go to vote, call the Clerk's office, 841-3355, or use the Precinct Finder on the Supervisor of Elections website, www.pbcelections.org