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  • OCT 01 - The "Taste of Palmetto Bay" is Here!

    We invite everyone to come out this Saturday starting at 6pm to enjoy the fantastic "Taste of Palmetto Bay”.  A unique event that will provide a taste of what a night out in the town may feel like.  Savor awesome food from local restaurants, enjoy the sound of music and even do some shopping.  The free event is Saturday, October 1st, 6-9 pm at Village Hall.  See more info. including sponsors and featured restaurants.  Updated 9/30/16

  • SEP 29 - Permanent Speed Hump Installations to Start on 84th Ave

    The temporary speed humps on SW 84th Avenue are being removed to be replaced with 4 permanent ones.  The permanent speed humps will be installed in the same location as the temporary humps.  Minor traffic interruptions are expected during construction.  Updates on the progress of this project will be provided on our website and social media sites (links above to social media).  Updated 9/30/16

  • Mosquito Protection Awareness Information

    We encourage all residents to visit our Mosquito Protection Awareness page for updates, links and information about mosquito awareness and Zika virus protection.

  • OCT 07 - Ghost Tour at Thalatta Estate

    Ever wonder what it’s like to be a ghost hunter!? Well, now you can find out! Join P.R.I.S.M., real paranormal investigators, on their search for evidence of paranormal activity at Thalatta Estate. You will get to hear about sightings, see evidence, and use real equipment from pendulums to EMF meters. Register here today! Posted 9/12/16

  • Canal Signage Applications Accepted Until Oct. 24th

    The Village is now accepting applications from residents who would like to request signage for placement on or within the canal right of way adjacent to their property.  Please visit our Public Services page for additional information. To view the process for the installation of the canal informational signage, please click here Posted 8/23/16

  • OCT 29 - Halloween Trick-Or-Treat & Movie Night

    Cast your vote for a SpOoKTaCuLaR movie as part of our annual Halloween Trick-Or-Treat & Movie Night on Oct. 29. Trick or treating for children begins at 6 pm and the movie starts promptly at 7 pm. Voting for the movie closes on Sunday, Oct. 16 at 5 pm.  Posted 9/27/16

  • NOV 05 - Palmetto Bay Twilight Color Run

    Join us for our 2nd annual 5K Twilight Color on Saturday, November 5th starting at 4 pm at Coral Reef Park with kids and adult races. Register before October 4 for a reduced registration fee! For more details, please click here. Check out the FAQ! Posted 9/43/16

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  • VILLAGE MEETINGS & EVENTS

    OCT 01 - Taste of Palmetto Bay: Get a glimpse into downtown at ToPB, Village Hall (lawn) 6-9 pm
    OCT 03 - Regular Council Meeting: Moved to October 17 @ 6pm
    OCT 03 - Sunshine Meeting: Councilmembers will be discuss various topics, Village Hall, 4 pm
    OCT 04 - Special Council Meeting: Join in discussion at Special Council Mtg, Village Hall, 7 pm
    OCT 05 - Education Advisory Committee: Share input at committee meeting, Village Hall, 6:30 pm
    OCT 05 - Sunshine Meeting: Councilmembers will be discuss various topics, PBVC, 8:30 pm
    OCT 08 - Youth Comm. Involvement Board: Join discussion at committee mtg, Village Hall, 1:30 pm
    OCT 13 - Town Hall Meeting: Edu. Adv. Committee & MDCPS to host mtg, Southwood Middle, 7pm
    OCT 13 - PB Partnership Advisory: Committee meeting, Feller Comm. Room @ Ludovici Park, 7:30 pm
    OCT 15 - Veterans Park: Attend Gold Star Family Memorial Ceremony, 16165 S. Dixie Hwy, 4 pm
    OCT 17- Regular Council Meeting: Share input at monthly Council Meeting, Village Hall, 6 pm
    OCT 17 - Zoning Hearing: Share input at monthly Zoning Hearing, Village Hall, 7 pm
    OCT 19 - State of the Village Address: Attend annual address given by Mayor Flinn, Village Hall, 6 pm
    OCT 29 - Halloween Trick-Or-Treat & Movie Night: Trick or treating followed by movie night, CRP, 6 pm
     

     

    VILLAGE NEWS

    FY2016-17 Begins with a Unanimously-Approved Budget...Last night, the Village Council adopted the FY2016-17 Operating & Capital Budget (Ordinance 2016-23) and approved the lowest millage rate in Village history (Ordinance 2016-22).  Residents should see a decrease in their municipal tax bill with the new millage rate of 2.3292 mills.  The new fiscal year starts on October 1, 2016.  Copies of the adopted budget will soon be available online.  Posted 9/27/16

    Veterans Park Groundbreaking...We had a great turnout for the Veterans Park Groundbreaking yesterday.  We would like to express our gratitude to the dignitaries, guests and especially the Veterans who attended the ceremony.  See photos of the event.  Posted 9/27/16

    An Update from Village Attorney, Dexter Lehtinen ... Click here to read the full update by Village Attorney, Dexter Lehtinen on VMU lawsuit challenging the Village Mixed-Use Zoning and preserving 22-acre pine rockland. Posted 9/23/16

    Weekly Traffic Calming Update ... Permanent speed table construction and installation in the area south of SW 168th, north of SW 180th Street from 87th Court to SW 84th Avenue on SW 174th Street, SW 84th Avenue, SW 86th Avenue, and SW 87th Court is set to begin next week. Please click here to read the full update. Posted 9/22/16

    Remembering September 11, 2001 ... Today and every day, we remember the fallen and honor our heroes. Our thoughts and prayers are with the survivors and the family members of those who were affected on that tragic day, 15 years ago. Posted 9/9/16

    Removal of Stop sign at Corner of 82nd Ave and 148th Dr ... A message from Mayor Eugene Flinn: We have received notification from Miami-Dade County concerning the removal of stop signs at the intersection of SW 148th Street and 82nd Avenue. According to the Assistant Director of Traffic Services at the Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works, the County made the decision to remove the signs because the signs are not warranted and county policy is to “not have unwarranted signs, pavement marking, traffic calming devices, etc… throughout the county.” The Village has been advised that this is a countywide effort and other cities including the City of Hialeah, City of North Miami, and the Village of Pinecrest have also had signs removed. It is important for you to know that this was not a decision made by the Village of Palmetto Bay and without the awareness of our County Commissioner. Our concern with removing the stop signs is the safety of our kids who cross that intersection on their way to school. County staff has indicated that they will look into the possibility of adding pedestrian signs or a crosswalk. Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava and I want you to know that we are working together to reach a practical solution to this issue and ensure that something is done to preserve the safety of our pedestrians, particularly our children. We are meeting next week to come up with options that can be implemented without delay. Posted 9/9/16

    Village Receives Bike Repair Station Donation & $50,000 for Bike Lane from Palmer Trinity ... The Village of Palmetto Bay would like to thank Palmer Trinity for their donation of three brand new bike repair stations that residents will soon be able to use. The Village also received a check for $50,000 for the installation of a future bike lane. Posted 9/7/16

    Proposed Village Charter Amendments and Annexation Question ... At the July 11 Council Meeting, the Village Council adopted Resolution 2016-56 relating to the proposed Village Charter Amendments and Annexation Question with the adopted ballot language to be placed on the ballot and submitted to the electors.

    Miami Dade County Hurricane Guide ... Miami Dade County is offering great resources and informational links to help residents remain prepared during Hurricane Season. Posted 6/9/16

     

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