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July 6, 2019
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Extravaganza Indeed! Fireworks as seen over Palmetto Bay Park, July 4, 2019.
Courtesy of Village resident, David Lotker

Farmer's Market Tomorrow
Stroll through aisles of fresh produce and support our local growers every Sunday at 8:30 am. F ind us at the SE corner of Coral Reef Park, next to the Volleyball courts.
Flyer for Yoga by the Bay to be held in Palmetto Bay's Thalatta Estate
Yoga by the Bay
Come stretch and relax by the bay with this calming Yoga class. All levels welcome. Please bring your own towel, mat and water bottle. Free! July 14th, 28th - 9:30 am.
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Responsible Gardening
Learn how to plant a garden that will attract beautiful butterflies to your yard. FREE! Wednesday, July 17th at 7 pm, Thalatta Estate. Registration is required.
Senior's Trip to Marlin's Park
All the spots have been taken for our Tri-City Outing to watch the Marlins take on San Diego on Thursday, July 18th at 11 am; however if you'd like to put your name on a waiting list, email here or call 305-259-1246. Seniors aged 55-plus only please.
Summer Camp
If you wish to register your child(ren) for Palmetto Bay Camp, you will need to come in person to Coral Reef Elementary School located at 7955 S.W. 152nd Street, Monday - Friday from 8 am - 5:30 pm at the Camp Office.
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Download our Free IBUS App
See where our Palmetto Bay to Metrorail Park & Ride buses are in real time. Simply download Palmetto Bay IBUS from your app store and you're all set. Like the IBUS shuttle itself, it's free. C'mon, get onboard!
Save the Date
FREE 90-Minute Workshop for 5th graders transitioning into middle school. Students and parents invited to gain tools to help with the process. August 3rd, Perrine Community House, 900 SW 97th Ave.
Please RSVP here with name of child and parent before July 31st.
Budget Workshops Scheduled

On Tuesday, July 9th and Tuesday July 30th, workshops will be held to discuss the 2019/2020 proposed Palmetto Bay budget. Both workshops will be held at 7 p.m. at Village Hall. Budget hearings have been set for September 9th and September 23rd at 7 pm.
Going Away on Vacation?

One of the services available to you as a Palmetto Bay resident is a "watch order" for your home while you are away. Simply call the Palmetto Bay Policing Unit at 305-278-4000, and after answering a few questions, you will have peace of mind knowing police will pass by your home daily to help ensure its security.
Franjo Road Update

Phase 2 of the Franjo Rd. reconstruction project is set to begin on July 8th, 2019. It will include the closure of Franjo Rd. from SW 180th St to US 1   for a period of 100 days or until October 16, 2019. Unlike phase 1 - NO BUSINESSES WILL BE AFFECTED IN TERMS OF ACCESS.
During this time, the following will occur: 
  • Set up Erosion Control
  • Clearing & Grubbing
  • Water & Sewer Installation
  • Drainage Installation
  • Undergrounding of Existing Overhead Utilities
  • Lighting & Irrigation
  • Roadway Subgrade Preparation
  • Concrete Curbs
  • Roadway Base Construction
  • 1st Lift of Asphalt
  • Concrete & Paver Sidewalk
  • Landscaping
Independence Day Extravaganza a Big Blast
Thanks to everyone who turned out to enjoy the Palmetto Bay "Sixth Annual Independence Day Extravaganza."

Thousands enjoyed the rides, games, music and fireworks under clear skies at Village Hall. We especially thank our wonderful sponsors, who year after year help make it all come together. We also recognize all of our friends who joined us onstage; "Mayor for a Day" Natalia Quick, Cutler Bay Mayor Tim Meerbot and Council, Florida Representative Vance Aloupis, State Senator Jose Javier Rodriguez, State Representative Javier Fernandez, Miami-Dade District 8 Councilwoman Daniella Levine-Cava, and School Board Member District 9 Dr. Larry Feldman. They all joined Mayor Karyn Cunningham and Council in presenting former Palmetto Bay Mayor Shelley Stanczyk with a proclamation thanking her for founding this event in 2014.

The presentations then turned to two local active service military personnel: Army Captain Josh Underwood and Airman Eric Stern, both from our area. Captain Underwood is now serving in Iraq, and Airman Stern is in Japan. Their families received proclamations on their behalf, and were surprised by two large "care packages" loaded with goodies and heartfelt letters of gratitude (written by youngsters attending Palmetto Bay summer camp)that are now headed to Josh and Eric. The big bang was the biggest and brightest!
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Meetings Around Town

For a schedule of community meetings taking place in Palmetto Bay, click here .
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Did you know that there are fun classes going on tailored specifically for you at our newly renovated Perrine Community House at Palmetto Bay *Remember, there will be no Senior Game Day in July. Check out our Community Events Calendar for a list of dates, times and links to registration forms.
This Weekend
Next Week
Coming Soon
  • 6:30 pm Palmetto Bay/ArtSouth Art Exhibit featuring the work of Puchi Noriega, Perrine Community House
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