Lake Worth Beach
The City of Lake Worth, pursuant to its Charter, follows a Commission-Manager form of government.
Residents are served by five non-partisan elected officials. The Mayor and City Commissioners serve for two-year staggered terms and are elected by a city-wide vote. These elected officials appoint the City Manager who is tasked with overseeing all administrative duties and the daily business operations of the City.
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LAKE WORTH BEACH
Lake Worth Beach is a coastal city of 7 square miles, located in Palm Beach County, Florida. Downtown Lake Worth Beach is the artistic soul of Palm Beach County with a historic theater and a museum, live music clubs, coffee houses, art galleries, antique malls, retail stores, and many restaurants.
Citizen request to appear before the Commission
In accordance with City Commission Rules and Procedures, items may be placed on the City Commission agenda by any Commissioner, the City Manager, or the City Attorney. Citizens may request to appear before the Commission through the following manner:
- Request must be submitted in writing.
- Request must be submitted no later than noon Friday – two weeks prior to meeting date.
- Request should include contact data, including daytime phone number.
- City Clerk will confirm the date that item has been placed on the agenda.
Request Should be sent too:
City of Lake Worth
7 North Dixie Highway
Lake Worth, FL 33460
City of Lake Worth Beach Code of Ordinances — Click here to access the Municode Library of documents.