Your Village @ Work- January 23, 2017
Your weekly publication about Village happenings and events.  
Run, Walk &Stroll for Cerebral Palsy
Join the Village of Palmetto Bay at the 2017 Run, Walk & Stroll 2K for Cerebral Palsy at Coral Reef Park on Saturday, Feb. 25. The event will begin with the run, walk and stroll at 4:00 pm. A portion of the proceeds from this event will be used to fund our sensory gardens and swings to benefit individuals with disabilities at Coral Reef Park.

Register here today!
  • Registration is still open for Camping in the Park & Movie Night set for Saturday, February 4th - Sunday, February 5th. Register here! Click here for more information.
  • A message from your Palmetto Bay Policing Unit: Please be cautious as college students across the United States continue to be targeted in a common employment scam. Read more.
  • Please take 5 minutes to participate in this survey and tell us what FIU courses or programs you may want to take locally in Palmetto Bay.  Our goal is to launch the programs by Summer 2017.  Survey closes on Feb. 1st at 5pm.
Coming this week:
  • 6:30 pm - PB Partnership Advisory Sub-Committee, Village Hall
  • 7-9 pm - Planning Session for the development of bicycle lanes along SW 136 Street from US-1 to Old Cutler Road, Howard Drive Elem. (7750 SW 136 Street)
  • 5 pm - Sunshine Meeting, Village Hall
  • 7 pm - Town Hall Meeting hosted by MD Fire Rescue to review potential locations needed for south-east quadrant fire station and answer questions from residents, Village Hall
Upcoming in February:
  • 6:30 pm - Proclamations, Presentations, and Awards (preceding Council Meeting), Village Hall
  • 7 pm - Regular Council Meeting, Village Hall
  • 6:30 pm - Village Services & Administrative Advisory Committee, Village Hall
  • 6:30 pm - Art in Public Places Advisory Committee, Village Hall
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