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Media Releases

Mayor Grant's Town Hall Meeting

Music From Around the World - April 30

City Teaches Kids to Swim

Mother's Day Tea Party - May 13

Register now for City's Summer Camps

Spring Egg-Stravaganza - April 15

Students Encouraged to Apply for Citizen of the Year Award

Spring Break Camps for Kids and Teens

City Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Legacy

Women in the Visual Arts Exhibit in Library

City Appoints New Deputy Fire Chief

High School Students take part in Kinetic Mobile-Making Art Project

City Collects Over 500 Food Items for the Community Caring Center

Palm Beach Watercolor Society Exhibit in Library

City Library Launches Online Language Learning Resource

Veterans Take Part in "Kinetic Intentions" Mobile Making Art Project

Let's Help Haiti - Medical Supply Drive

Library Offers Accredited High School Diploma via Career Online High School Program

City's First Dog Park Opens November 5

City Offers HELP on Fire Assessment Fees

City Receives Executive Summary of Police Department Management Study

City Establishes Protocol for Removal of Dead Animals

Heart of Boynton Redevelopment Plan Update

"Water, You, And I" Public Art Concept Selected

City Picks-up the Pace with its P.A.C.E. Program

Greenways, Blueways and Trails - Public Workshop Aug 20th

City Recognized For Program Excellence

City's meter reading system upgrade reduces costs and helps environment

City's Streamlined Low Voltage Permitting Program

Environmentally-sustainable initiatives in Boynton Beach

PNC Bank Public Art Green Wall an Environmental Landmark

The Links at Boynton Beach Recognized for Environmental Excellence

Links at Boynton Beach Recognized For Environmental Excellence

Boynton Beach CRA Recognized for Green Efforts

City Sends 80 Million Gallons of Water to Aquifer

City Receives $5,000 Grant from USA Swimming Foundation

Florida League of Cities President Presents History & Heritage Award Jan. 21

City Awarded $20,250 to fund Heritage Education Program

City Awarded $3,000 Spencer Educational Foundation Grant

City Receives $6,250 Needed For 9-11 Memorial

City Awarded $967,281 To Fund Seven Firefighter/EMT Positions

Fire Rescue Department Awarded $71,132 in Grants

City Receives $5,000 From Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation