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The Statement of Candidate (DS-DE 84) and the Treasurer’s Form (DS-DE 9) must be submitted to the Town prior to any solicitation for campaign contributions or opening a campaign account. These must also be submitted prior to collecting any of the Candidate Petitions (DS-DE 104) as well.
According to the Town’s Charter (Sec. 5.03), candidates shall qualify for the office of Mayor or Town Council by being nominated at the Town Caucus to be held on the first Tuesday of December each year and by being endorsed by petition signed by at least twenty-five electors.
Yes! A candidate can appoint one treasurer and up to three (3) Deputy Treasurers, subject to requirements (106.021 (1)(a) F.S.). The campaign treasurer does not need to be a registered voter. Read more on the campaign treasurer and campaign finance here.
Read more on campaign contributions here.
Yes! There are no limits on the amount contributed by the candidate to his/her own campaign.
Yes! Each candidate must have 25 petitions, verified by the Supervisor of Elections Office. We ask that you submit more than the required amount if more than one of your petitions is not certified.
Please view the following documents containing state and local regulations on political advertisements:
All documents submitted to us are considered a public record. In the spirit of transparency, we will post all election documentation on the Town’s website until the end of the election period.
Yes! Per Ordinance No. 15-2021, the Town of Palm Beach requires all candidates to have one year of town residency to become a candidate.
Due to new legislation, all elected officials in office on or after January 1, 2024 must fill out the Form 6 - Full and Public Disclosure of Financial Interests. This form will only be required once elected. Please click here to view an informational video on Form 6, or here to view a recording of the October 12, 2023 Special Town Council Meeting on Form 6 Financial Disclosure Training.
While the Town Clerk is the Qualifying (Filing) Officer for our municipality, pursuant to F.S. 99.061(7)(c), the filing officer performs only a ministerial function in reviewing qualifying papers. Therefore, the Town Clerk may only review the qualifying papers to determine whether all items required have been properly filed and whether each item is complete on its face, but may not determine whether the contents of the qualifying papers are accurate.
EMS incident reports contain confidential information and are protected under HIPAA. They may only be provided to the person about whom they pertain or as provided by law and/or HIPAA regulations.
The Knox-Box® Rapid Entry System is a secure emergency access program developed for property owners and first responders. The Town of Palm Beach Fire Rescue uses the Knox-Box Rapid Entry System to prevent costly entry damage while protecting property and lives. When a fire breaks out or there is a medical emergency, Knox® products allow immediate entry into buildings and property without forced entry damage or delay. Property owners store entrance keys, access cards and floor plans in high-security Knox-Box key boxes mounted near building entrances. Each Knox-Box purchased by a property owner is keyed to a single master key controlled by the Fire Department.
Go to Knox Corp web site – www.knoxbox.com/Products
In the upper right had corner click the red “BUY” button
Select your location from the drop down menu “FLORIDA”
Select the Town of Palm Beach Fire Department this is listed under “Palm Beach Town Fire/Rescue”
Select the top listing and choose the type of box you would like to purchase
Complete your information and click the “Add to Cart” button.
Confirm you have the correct Fire Department “Palm Beach Town Fire/Rescue”
If you have any questions during this process, please contact the Division of Fire Prevention and Life Safety at 561-227-6440.
Yes, the Department provides classes through our Community Education program of the Training Division. For additional information, please call 561-227-6436. Our Community Outreach Coordinator will contact you as soon as possible.
The Department contracts with a third-party billing agency, EMS Management and Consultants, Inc., for emergency transport billing. You may access information via their online patient portal at https://emsbilling.com/patient/ or call 800-814-5339 to speak with a representative.
Residents requesting an at home visit may call to make arrangements. Every effort will be made to accommodate your requests; however, please be aware that all units will still be in service and must respond to all emergency calls.
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Our offices are located in Town Hall. The address is 360 South County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480. We are located between Royal Palm Way and Worth Avenue across the street from the Fire Station. The entrance to the office is located on the North end of Town Hall.
A police report may be obtained from the Records Unit, located in the lobby of police headquarters, 345 South County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480. This service is provided Mon - Fri. from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. You can also call ahead of time to speak with a Records Custodian, 561-838-5480. Please have your case number available.
The Town of Palm Beach requires all alarms to be registered. You can download the ALARM REGISTRATION APPLICATION here and return the Subscriber Card in person or mail to Town Hall, 360 S. County Road, Palm Beach on Mon - Fri. from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The following information is needed: the name, address and phone number of your alarm company, names and phone numbers of emergency contacts (persons we can contact when you are not at home and who can respond with a key to your residence if needed).
The Direct Connect Program saves valuable time by immediately dispatching police when an alarm is activated at your business.
Residents may register for Direct Connect Residential Program by clicking here: Direct Connect Residential Alarm Application
Businesses may register for the Direct Connect program by clicking here: Direct Connect Business Alarm Application
This service is available for Town of Palm Beach residents only.
The Palm Beach Police Department offers a "Closed House" service. Before leaving town, whether for a short vacation or for the entire season, call the department's non-emergency number (561-838-5454) to register for this free service or follow the link below to complete the convenient online form or printable Closed House PDF form.
When you call, the Telecommunicator will take down pertinent information which will be provided to the officers who patrol your street. Officers will check your house periodically throughout the day and night to insure that it is secure in your absence. When you return to town, call 561-838-5454 to cancel the service. There's no need to re-register each time you leave town. Simply call the Palm Beach Police Department to let us know you wish to activate the service.
Closed House Printable PDF Form
Town of Palm BeachFinance DepartmentPO Box 2029Palm Beach, FL 33480
If you prefer, to make payment if person Town Hall is located at 360 S. County Road, Palm Beach.
To Pay Online: CLICK HERE
*This appeal is not a plea or request for a Court Appearance. In order to hear you case before a Magistrate and “Not Guilty” you must notify the court in person or in writing:
The County CourthouseClerk of the Circuit CourtP.O. Box 3544West Palm Beach, FL 33402-3544Phone (561) 355-2994
You will need to provide the court with your Name, Address, and a copy of the citation. The Court will notify you of the court date.
Download APPEAL FORM
Complaints may be received in person, via written correspondence, telephone calls, or anonymously. Please call (561) 838-5454 and ask to speak with the Patrol Commander on duty for more information or download the Citizen Complaint form for further instructions HERE
The Town Emergency Re-Entry List Program is designed to assist our out-of-town residents/owners/lease holders, business owners or property representatives in gaining access to the Town after an emergency (e.g. hurricane) event. You MUST have a government issued I.D. to be placed on this re-entry list. Those with a Florida driver’s license that have a Town address do not need to complete this, unless they wish to place a property representative on the re-entry list.
After your application is submitted your name will be placed on an approved Emergency Re-Entry list that will be verified by an officer at designated re-entry checkpoints after an emergency. For security reasons, you will still be required to stop and present government issued I.D. at checkpoints. This Emergency Re-Entry list will expire on 12/31/2024. Please direct any questions to the Police Community Relations Unit @ 561-838-5467.
PDF Application: RE-ENTRY LIST PROGRAM APPLICATION
Fillable Application: FILLABLE RE-ENTRY LIST PROGRAM APPLICATION.
Completed applications and supporting documentation can be e-mailed to: TCR@palmbeachpolice.com or mailed to the address below:
Town of Palm Beach Police Department
Community Relations Unit
345 S. County Road
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Please call (561) 838-5467 to speak with a member of our Community Relations Unit.
•The police may want to warn you about a potentially dangerous situation.•You may have committed a traffic violation.•Your vehicle may match the description of one used in a criminal act.•The officer might think you are in trouble and need help.•You may have witnessed a crime.
If you are stopped by the police while driving, you may feel confused, anxious or even angry.These are natural feelings, but remember, traffic stops can also be stressful and dangerous for the police officer. Each year, a number of law enforcement officers are killed or seriously injured while making the "routine" traffic stop. Police officers are especially vulnerable during the hours of darkness.
Remember: Be courteous and cooperative in any stop by the police. If you are courteous and cooperative, they will respond in kind.
When you see the blue overhead lights and/or hear the siren, remain calm, slow down and pull over in a safe location off the roadway.
• Do not exit your vehicle unless asked to do so. This is for safety reasons.• Keep your hands on the steering wheel so the officer can see them.• Inform the officer of any weapons in your vehicle and their location. Do not reach or point to the location.• Avoid any sudden movements, especially toward the floorboard, rear seat or passenger side of the vehicle.• Comply with the officer’s request to see your driver's license, proof of insurance and vehicle registration. Florida law requires you to carry these with you.• If your documents are out of reach, tell the officer where they are before you reach for them.• If there are passengers in your vehicle, encourage them to remain quiet and cooperate with instructions. You, as the operator, are solely responsible for your vehicle and its occupants.• Avoid becoming argumentative. Arguing will not change the officer's mind. If you contest the violation, you will have an opportunity to address the matter in court.• Answer all questions truthfully.• The officer may issue you a ticket. If you feel the reason is vague or unclear, politely ask the officer for details.• If asked to sign a citation, do so. It is not an admission of guilt. Refusal could result in an arrest.• You have the right to politely deny a request by a police officer to search your car; however, if probable cause is present, the officer has the right to search your vehicle without your consent.• Understand that each situation is unique and the police officer must alter his or her response to fit the circumstance. Generally, however, a police officer
- Will provide his/her name upon request. - Will inform a person of the reason for being stopped. - Will only arrest a person for a crime committed in the officer's presence, or when the officer has probable cause to believe the person has already committed the crime.
REMINDER: Florida Statute 316.126 requires that all drivers yield the right of way to emergency vehicles. Drivers are to immediately pull over parallel to the nearest edge, stop and remain in a stopped position until the emergency vehicle has passed.
The Town of Palm Beach Police Department is implementing a new way for businesses and residents to update the information that is kept on file to reach a representative should they be needed. Owners will be able to go to our website at www.townofpalmbeach.com under “How Do I”, “Register For” to fill out either our residential or business information forms to mail, fax, or drop off directly to the Police Department. These forms ask for owner information, those authorized with a key to respond out should the owner not be available, any gate or access codes to the property and companies authorized on the property such as landscapers, construction, housekeepers, etc. This information is essential to have on file and kept up to date so that the Police Department and Fire Rescue Department can reach an authorized representative who can respond to the scene within 30 minutes.
This information will be stored securely by the Police Department Communications Unit and accessible only to police and fire rescue personnel. To verify the information provided, we ask for two forms of identification linking the owner to the property and sent with the residential or business information form, such as driver’s licenses, business rental agreements, vehicle registration, or a bill associated with the owner and the property.
Click here to fill out: Residential Information Fillable Form
Click here to fill out: Business Information Fillable Form
FAX TO: 561-835-4736
Attn: Communication Supervisors
MAIL OR DROP OFF:
Palm Beach Police Department
Palm Beach, FL 33480
We ask that all residents and businesses participate in this program to ensure we have the most up to date information. For any inquiries, please reach out to Telecommunicator Brittany McGary at BMcGary@palmbeachpolice.com or Telecommunications Supervisor Marlene Peralta at MPeralta@palmbeachpolice.com.
Contact the Public Works Water Resources Department. They can be reached at 561-838-5440.
The City of West Palm Beach maintains and provides the water coming in to the Island. They also are in charge of the water meter boxes, and hydrants located on the Island of Palm Beach. City of West Palm Beach contact number: (561)822-1300 or click here to view their website
The loading dock is located at the back left corner of the building (off of Frederick Street).The telephone number for Receiving is: (561) 227-7004.
They also may be mailed to our Bill-To Address:Town of Palm Beach Finance DepartmentAccounts PayableP.O. Box 2029Palm Beach, FL 33480
Please visit the Vendor Center to register.
Advertised solicitations are shown under the link Current Solicitations and Bid Results.
Contact the Purchasing Office for all others. Go to DemandStar.
The Town sells surplus supplies, equipment and vehicles thorough Public Surplus and/or the Palm Beach County Thrift Store.
Please visit the link to Surplus Supplies, Equipment and Vehicles.
If a forklift will be required for unloading, please call ahead.
Please phone the Purchasing Office at (561) 838-5406
You may register for classes in person, 340 Seaview Avenue, Palm Beach, over the phone at 561-838-5485, or online at palmbeachrecreation.com.
All Recreation Center refund requests are subject to a $15 processing fee, are prorated and no refunds will be issued after the second meeting of any activity. A $10 fee will be assessed for all transfers, and no transfers will be issued after the second meeting of any activity. Please see Camp Palm Beach information for the refund policy specific to the camps.
Par 3 Golf Course
You may sign up for our weekly e-blasts or be added to our mailing list by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You many register for classes in person at 340 Seaview Ave, Palm Beach, or over the phone at 561-838-5485.
Yes! Any Special Event taking place on public property requires a permit from the Town Clerk's Office.
Yes, we do allow items to be temporarily placed on the beach. However, these items will need to be approved by the Public Works Department as a part of the application review process. Photos of any furniture or structures that will be temporarily placed on the property are required, or images providing a general idea of what these items will look like. We also ask that you also provide a detailed site plan showing the layout of the special event, including parking areas. Meetings with Public Works staff may also be required before and after the event to inspect the intended site.
Yes, music is permitted at a reasonable noise level. For specific decibel requirements, please review Section 42.226-228 of the Town Code.
Yes, all Special Events require a Certificate of Insurance to be submitted naming the Town of Palm Beach as an additional insured under the General Liability policy with limits not less than $1,000,000.00 per occurrence, $2,000,000.00 aggregate, or an amount higher based upon the particular Special Event proposed. The event name, location, and date must be added in the Description of Operations box at the bottom of the proof of insurance form. There shall also be a 30-day notice of cancellation. Please feel free to wait to submit the COI until after your application has first been reviewed by the Town Clerk's Office.
The following public locations are popular venues for Special Events in the Town:
The following parks are no longer available for Special Events:
If you have another public location in mind that is not listed, please contact the Town Clerk's Office for verification that this space is available for use for Special Events.
Please keep in mind that each location may only be used for a Special Event once per month, and that reservations will be granted on a first-come-first-serve basis to the first person to submit a completed application selecting that month and location.
We currently utilize an Automated Voicemail Reservation System which will be active daily from 12-12:30pm.
Residents with Annual, Seasonal or Play Passes can reserve one court up to 2 days in advance beginning at 12pm.
Residents without a pass and Nonresidents with Annual, Seasonal or Play Passes can reserve one court up to 1 day in advance beginning at 12pm.
Staff will not take phone or walk-in reservations from 12-12:30pm for future court bookings, however, If you are calling to make a same day reservation, please call the main tennis center number anytime.
Seaview Park Tennis Center Court Reservation Line: 561-227-7081
Phipps Ocean Park Tennis Center Court Reservation Line: 561-227-7082
Nonresidents without an Annual, Seasonal or Play Pass may call in beginning 4pm the day before to reserve a court. Seaview Park: 561-838-5404, Phipps Ocean Park 561-227-6450.
All our programs may be registered for in person at the appropriate Pro Shop or over the phone.
Phipps Ocean Park Tennis Center, 2201 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, 33480, 561-227-6450
Seaview Park Tennis Center, 340 Seaview Avenue, Palm Beach, 33480, 561-838-5404
These records fall under the jurisdiction of the Palm Beach County Clerk of Court. Please contact them at 561-355-2996 or click here to visit their website.
These records fall under the jurisdiction of the Palm Beach County Tax Collector. Please contact them at 561-355-2264 or click here to visit their website.
These records fall under the jurisdiction of the Florida Department of Health. Please contact them at 561-840-4500 or click here to visit their website.
Please contact the Palm Beach County DMV at 561-355-2264 or click here to visit their website.
Please contact Code Enforcement at 561-227-7080.
Please click here for more information on Business Tax Receipts or contact the Planning, Zoning & Building Department at 561-227-6411.
Please contact the Planning, Zoning & Building Department at 561-838-5431.
Please contact the Planning, Zoning & Building Department at 561-224-6440.
The Breakers is located at 1 S. County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480 (1.8 miles)
The Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce, 400 Royal Palm Way, Suite 106, Palm Beach has a listing of all town businesses.You may reach them at 561-655-3282 or click here to visit their website.
Please click here to visit the Marina's website