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May 25, 2019
TODAY: Memorial Celebration at Deering Estate
All Palmetto Bay residents, veterans and active military personnel will receive FREE admission to today's Memorial Day weekend celebration on the grounds of Deering Estate. There will be a military parade, scavenger hunt, live bands and DJ, food vendors, giant board games, tours, vendors and more. The event is from 10 am to 4 pm; parade to begin at 1 pm. ID required.
Farmer's Market
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.
Summer Camp Registration Open
Photo of Thalatta Estate and Biscayne Bay
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! Sunday, June 2nd and 23rd, 9:30 am.
Senior Game Day
Are you 55 plus? Join the fun at our newly restored venue; The Perrine House at Palmetto Bay! 900 SW 97th Avenue. Thursday, June 6th at 11 am. Laugh, learn and lunch.
Responsible Gardening Series
Learn about organic vegetable gardening during this session of this year's Responsible Gardening Lecture series. Saturday, June 15th at 9:30 am. Registration required.
This is a flyer of the artwork of Jacqueline Prussing.  An exhibit of her art will be on display on Saturday, June 15th from 6:30 pm until 8:30 pm at the Perrine Community House at Palmetto Bay, 900 Perrine Avenue.  RSVP 305-662-1423
Impressions One Art Exhibit
Art South presents a display of the works of Palmetto Bay artist Jacqueline Prussing. June 15th, 6:30 - 8:30 pm. Perrine Community House, 900 SW 97th Ave. 305-662-1423
Photo of a cell phone with IBUS app pictured.  IBUS service telephone number listed is 305-969-5011
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!
Retiring Palmetto Bay Policing Unit Officers Honored
Photo of Officers Yanes, Sullivan and Stuver receiving a retirement proclamation from Mayor and Council
Photo of retiring MDPD OfficersYanes, Sullivan and Stuver with Mayor and Council
Prior to Mondays Council meeting, three retiring officers with the MDPD were presented with an official proclamation for their distinguished careers with the Village of Palmetto Bay Policing Unit. Congratulations to Officer Wendy Yanes, who has been with the MDPD since 1994, spending the last three years in the Village as part of the Community Outreach team; Kathy Sullivan, A 28-year veteran of the MDPD and respected member of the Village Policing Unit; and Gregory Stuver, a 30-year officer who has been highly commended for his work with several different units of the MDPD, including his last assignment with us. The Village is grateful for their service and wishes each of them a happy, healthy retirement.
Landscaper who Donated Services to Elderly Palmetto Bay Veteran Commended at Village Hall
Mayor and Council formally thanked Esteban Rodriguez of E.Rodriguez Landscaping for donating his services to a 90-year old Palmetto Bay veteran. Earlier this year on his own time and at his own expense, Mr. Rodriguez cleared away heavy debris and damage caused by Hurricane Irma in the yard of the 90 year old homeowner. Now THAT is the definition of neighbor helping neighbor. Thank you!
Photo of landscaper E. Rodriguez accepting a proclamation from Mayor Cunningham and Council
Meetings Around Town

For a schedule of community meetings scheduled to take place in Palmetto Bay, click here .
This Weekend
  • Memorial Day Holiday - Village Hall Closed, No IBUS circulation. Parks are open. Be safe!
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