The magic of the holiday spirit in Palmetto Bay gets bigger and better every year as the Village prepares to host its annual Holiday by the Bay at Ludovici Park on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016 from 3-7pm. This year, we are forecasting a "snowstorm" at 6 pm and are kindly asking event goers to bring unwrapped toys for the Toys for Tots collection drive organized by Benefit Car Show. POSTED 11/14/16
DEC 10 - Holiday by the Bay
DEC 09 - Public Transit Day- Take the Pledge!
Palmetto Bay has joined in the effort to "Take the Pledge" by declaring tomorrow, December 9th "Public Transit Day." Join your friends, neighbors and fellow commuters in riding public transit to get to work tomorrow. Tweet your selfie riding public transit with the hashtag #PublicTransitDay! Let's send a message to our leaders that we need and will use public transit in Miami-Dade County. See more info, on the Public Transit Day website.
Take Traffic Survey & Share Input at Upcoming Public Traffic Meetings
The Village's traffic engineer, Marlin Engineering, wants your input! Please take a few minutes to participate in this short survey to share traffic concerns. Don't forget, District 3 residents (SW 168 Street extending south to SW 184 Street) and District 2 residents (SW 152 Street, excluding all of Royal Harbor Yacht Club and Paradise Point, extending south to SW 168 Street) are invited to participate in a public traffic meeting with Marlin Engineering on Monday, Dec. 12 & Thursday, Dec. 15 (respectively) from 7-9 pm in Village Hall. Updated 12/07/16
DEC 07 - Permanent Speed Table Installations Continue Throughout Village
The installation of permanent speed tables on SW 87th Court between SW 168th and SW 174th Street, SW 83rd Avenue between SW 180th and SW 184th Street, and SW 157th Terrace between SW 75th Avenue and Old Cutler Rd is underway. The project is expected to be completed by next week. Temporary street closures and delays are expected. Please use caution when driving in these areas. Updated 12/8/2016
Traffic Counters Installed in District 1 Until Dec. 12
In order to better gauge traffic within Palmetto Bay, the Village's traffic engineer Marlin Engineering, has installed traffic counters throughout District 1 (SW 136 Street south to SW 152 Street, including all of Royal Harbor Yacht Club and Paradise Point). The traffic counters will remain in place through Monday, Dec. 12. Public traffic meetings with Marlin Engineering will be held for residents from each district. Please visit our Public Meetings page for more information. Updated 12/06/16
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