Your Village @Work- July 18, 2016
Your weekly publication about Village happenings and events.  
S.A.F.E. Program

The Village of Palmetto Bay and the Palmetto Bay Policing Unit are proud to present the National Self Defense Institute’s S.A.F.E. Program (Self-Defense Awareness and Familiarization Exchange Program).

The S.A.F.E. program will take place on Wednesday, July 20, 2016, 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm, at the Coral Reef Elementary School cafeteria. Participants must be at least 13 years of age; participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. No cost to attend.

For further information, please contact Officer Peter Judge at (305) 278-4018 or e-mail

  • Have you heard?  Palmetto Bay's grant allocation of $7.5 million was approved by the County's Economic Prosperity Committee this past week for the Franjo Road infrastructure project. The final step is approval by the full commission before year's end.
  • Honor Flight South Florida is looking for WWII Veterans who have not participated before in the program to visit his/her memorial in Washington D.C. The next Honor Flight departs from MIA on Saturday, October 8th.  For more information, click here
  • Facebook is changing the way it chooses the posts you see.  To stay up-to-date on Village happenings, click "Like" on our page and then click on the down arrow to select “See First”.  Our posts will then be prioritized in your news feed. It's that simple!
Coming this week:
  • 1-3:30 pm- SAFE Self-Defense Program, Coral Reef Elem.
  • 3-5 pm - AOAof S. Fla. Monthly Meeting, Village Hall
  • 7 pm - Committee of the Whole Workshop, Village Hall
  • 7 pm - Veteran's Park Advisory Committee, American Legion Hall (16401 SW 90 Ave.)
Upcoming next month:
  • 10 am - 12 pm - Back to School Bash, Palmetto Bay Park- more info. to come.
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