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Vegetation put out on the curb early can cause drains to become clogged which increases the risk of flooding on your street! Do not put vegetation down until the night before pickup at the earliest and NEVER attempt to dispose of vegetation or any other refuse in a Storm Drain.

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Notice of Meeting - Halloween House Decoration Contest - 10/27/2020

Notice of City Commission Attendance Please be advised that one or more members of the City Commission will be participating in the Lake Worth Beach Halloween House Decoration Contest as judges on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at 6:00 pm. Documents Meeting Notice PDF Meeting Agenda PDF

Notice of Meeting - Tree Board Special Meeting - 10/28/2020

Tree Board Special Meeting October 28, 2020 Documents Meeting Notice PDF Meeting Agenda PDF

Notice of Meeting - Regular City Commission - 10/20/2020

CITY OF LAKE WORTH BEACH NOTICE OF REGULAR City Commission Meeting Tuesday, OCTOBER 20, 2020 – 6:00 PM Due to the Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and Federal, State and Palm Beach County’s Declarations of State of Emergency, the City of Lake Worth Beach will be conducting the October 20,…

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Vegetation put out on the curb early can cause storm drains to become clogged which increases the risk of flooding on your street! Do not put vegetation down until the night before pickup at the earliest and NEVER attempt to dispose of vegetation or any other refuse in a Storm Drain.

Vegetation pickup is on:
🍂Monday for Zone 1 so do not put vegetation to the curb until Sunday after 6pm
🍂Thursday for Zone 2 so do not put vegetation to the curb until Wednesday after 6pm
🍂Friday for Zone 3 so do not put vegetation to the curb until Thursday after 6pm
🍂Tuesday for Zone 4 so do not put vegetation to the curb until Monday after 6pm

Together we can all reduce the risk of flooding in Lake Worth Beach!
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Vegetation put out on the curb early can cause storm drains to become clogged which increases the risk of flooding on your street! Do not put vegetation down until the night before pickup at the earliest and NEVER attempt to dispose of vegetation or any other refuse in a Storm Drain.
Vegetation pickup is on:
🍂Monday for Zone 1 so do not put vegetation to the curb until Sunday after 6pm
🍂Thursday for Zone 2 so do not put vegetation to the curb until Wednesday after 6pm
🍂Friday for Zone 3 so do not put vegetation to the curb until Thursday after 6pm
🍂Tuesday for Zone 4 so do not put vegetation to the curb until Monday after 6pm
Together we can all reduce the risk of flooding in Lake Worth Beach!
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Join us for a celebration of Dia De Los Muertos!

Dress up in your finest Calaca attire & come SNAP-A-SELFIE with "La Calavera"!

Part of annual Dia De Los Muertos 2020 celebration all are invite to view and experience the "La Calavera" Sand sculpture on display October 15th to November 5th, 2020 at Cultural Plaza in Downtown Lake Worth Beach.

FREE VIEWING during hours that the park at Cultural Plaza is open.

Cultural Plaza
414 Lake Avenue
Lake Worth Beach, FL 33460

When visiting sculpture please follow all CDC Social Distancing guidelines.

Presented by the Lake Worth Beach CRA, and LULA Lake Worth Arts.

Thank you to Dia De Los Muertos 2020 Sponsors:
• Healthier Lake Worth Beach
• Cultural Council for Palm Beach County
• Palm Beach County
• City of Lake Worth Beach
• Element Modern Apartment Living
• Dr. Spirits Co.
• Stuart and Shelby Development Inc.
• Bamboo Room
• Contin Architecture + Design
• Weiss, Serota, Helman, Cole + Bierman
• Spina O’Rourke + Partners
• South Party Rental
• The MID Apartment Residences
• R Dot Art + Photography
• Coco Cleaning Services, Inc

#DayOfTheDeadLWB2020
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Veterans Day 2020
Join us on the City Website and on social media at 11am on November 11 for a virtual Ceremony of Honor to recognize and honor the veterans of Lake Worth Beach.

www.LakeWorthBeachFL.gov
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Drop off your Mail-In Ballot in Lake Worth Beach

Every Day from 7am-7pm the vote collecting truck will be parked at the Osborne Center (1699 Wingfield St, Lake Worth, FL 33460) in Lake Worth Beach. Stop by with your completed mail-in ballot and drop it off in person and collect your "I Voted" sticker!
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Over 200 athletes are set to compete in the 22nd Annual Bill Bone Tropical Triathlon, scheduled to take place on Sunday, October 25, 2020 at Lake Worth Beach. Bill Bone has once again stepped up to claim the title sponsorship of this great community event.

The race starts at 7:15am. Male and Female triathletes ages 14 to 80, representing all experience levels come to compete from all over the state of Florida. Lake Worth Beach is the starting point of the race, where triathletes complete a quarter mile swim, followed by a 13 mile bike, taking them along Federal Highway and through downtown, followed by a 3.1 mile run over the intracoastal bridge and through Bryant Park area before heading back to the beach for the finish line. Packet Pick-up will take place the day before, which is Saturday, October 24th, under the pavilion in front of the pier from 2pm-6pm at our beautiful beach. The Bill Bone Tropical Triathlon is sanctioned by USA Triathlon. Registration is available at www.BillBoneTropicalTri.com. This event benefits Lake Worth High School JROTC.

To facilitate the safety of the athletes, certain streets will be temporarily restricted/closed from 7:00am-10:00am. Those streets include:

- Lake Avenue from Dixie Highway to A1A
- Lucerne Avenue from A1A to Dixie Highway
- Federal Highway from 12 th Avenue South to Wellesley Drive
- J, K, L, M, North O, Ocean breeze from 1st Avenue South to 2nd Avenue North
- Palmway from 2nd Avenue North to 5th Avenue South

Traffic over the Robert Harris Bridge will be detoured north to Southern Blvd. and south to Ocean Avenue bridges. A1A will be closed at intersection.

The producers of the Bill Bone Tropical Triathlon would like to thank you in advance for your support and hospitality to the athletes and their families.
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Sunrise view from Bryant Park ❤
#ILoveLWB #ParksandRecreation
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Restart Business Grants Program in Palm Beach County to
Resume Accepting Applications
The Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners has approved an additional $20 million to the Restart Business Grants Program. The portal will resume accepting applications on
Monday, October 26, at 8 a.m. The Restart Business Program guidelines, including eligibility criteria, will be posted on the
Department of Housing & Economic Sustainability website. Grants up to $15,000, based on six months of expenses (net of any PPP, other grants or forgivable loans) will be available to an expanded list of eligible businesses that were negatively impacted by COVID-19 and did not previously receive a Restart Business Grant through Palm Beach County.

The application process will be completed entirely online through the county’s portal, and requires general information about the applicant’s business, applicant certifications, affirmations and
acknowledgements; and applicant-uploaded documents including tax returns, payroll reports, and an active Palm Beach County Business Receipt or valid exemption from the Palm Beach County
Tax Collector. Sole proprietors and general partnerships not required to register with the Florida Department of State Division of Corporations (https://dos.myflorida.com/sunbiz) are exempt from the Sunbiz requirement. Businesses that previously received funding through this program are not eligible to apply.

Interested businesses are encouraged to prepare for the Restart Business Grant Program application, as they will be processed on a first-come, first-eligible basis. The online application is expected to launch on Monday, October 26, at 8 a.m., and will be accessible through the Palm Beach County website for a one-week period closing on Monday, November 2, at 5 p.m.

For more information, please visit the Department of Housing & Economic Sustainability website
at https://discover.pbcgov.org/hes/Pages/default.aspx
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🎃Halloween Screen on the Green🎃
Join us for a Socially Distanced Little Scream Screen on the Green! On Friday, October 30 in Bryant Park. The Addams Family 2019 starts at 7:30pm but gates open at 6pm. You must preregister at lakeworthbeachfl.gov/halloween and tickets are going fast!
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