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State law puts new limits on anonymous code complaints
To comply with a new Florida law, Village Code Compliance Officers can no longer act upon anonymous complaints of code violations unless specific conditions are met relating to health, safety and environmental concerns.
Village will distribute information AFTER a hurricane or disaster
Suppose a hurricane knocks out all power, internet and telephone communications. The Village will still make every effort to provide residents with important information and safety updates by putting up temporary flyer distribution boxes -- like the one pictured below -- on poles and street sign posts in every neighborhood. This would only be IF other communication tools are out of service.

Council sets tentative
millage rate at 7.1
At their July 22nd meeting, the Village Council set the tentative millage rate for fiscal year 2022 at 7.1 mills per $1,000 of taxable home value. This is the rate that will be listed on the annual Truth-in-Millage notices property owners will receive. A final rate won't be set until a second public hearing is complete on September 23rd.
NET Team getting active again
Village Manager Andy Lukasik and Council Member Debbie Searcy were at Osborne Park this week talking with a group of new NET Team volunteer residents about how the team can work together to improve the look of properties in the NET area. The NET team finds collaborative solutions to persistent neighborhood code violations and properties that need attention.
Job opening for fleet mechanic
Do you know someone who is a good mechanic and might want to work for the Village? Have them take a look at this.
Co-ed youth football signups
starting soon for kids 6 to 14
Co-Ed Youth Flag Football will be back this Fall. Save the Date to get your kid(s) registered! Available to Residents AND Non-Residents, age 6-14, starting August 2. Season begins in early September. And don't forget that volunteering to coach makes you super cool!
Call (561) 841-3389 for details.
Your lychee tree
may have mites
The Florida Dept. of Agriculture says there's a mite that's damaging lychee trees in Palm Beach County. The lychee is a subtropical fruit tree that produces bright pink–red fruits with a sweet flavor. If you have a lychee, please see this alert and notify FDACS if your tree is affected.
Registration for last week of Summer Camp still open
Register now for the final week of our Recreation Summer Camp (July 26-30)! Full-day camp for kids 6-13; $180 each. Activities include TRIPS to Calypso Bay & Ocean Reef Park plus the Country Club Pool & more!
Register online only.
How about A Night Out in Italy at Farmer's Table?
Resident only Community Dinners are back at Farmer's Table. The August theme is "A Night Out in Italy." There will be an Italian dinner buffet, cash bar and live music, and a great opportunity to enjoy your local Village gathering spot.
DATE: Sunday, August 29 | 6 to 9 p.m.
COST: $24.95/person | $12.95/child (12 and under)
RSVP: 561.691.3430
Anchorage Aweigh fishing tournament
Entry into our Aug. 7th fishing tournament is open and includes a Captain's Meeting; ship bucket filled w goodies; 4 event t-shirts; 4 bbq meals during awards ceremony & 15 raffle tickets. Enter Now! Call (561) 841-3386 to get your form. Sponsorship levels available, too.
One more car wash at the Library on Sunday, July 25. Stop by if you're in the area.
North Palm Beach Village Hall
501 U.S. Highway 1
(561) 841-3380