Planning & Zoning

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ATTENTION: Planning and Zoning is now ONLINE!

As of March 13, 2023, Planning and Zoning now requires all new submittals and reviews to be submitted ONLINE. PLEASE NOTE: Three (3) hard copies of all proposed development plans are still required for submittal and resubmittal.

The online system allows all Planning and Zoning processes to be managed online, including the submission of applications, electronic plans, and payment, as well as project updates throughout the review process.

For more information, please visit the ONLINE Application Portal webpage.


The Planning and Zoning Department provides various services related to the physical development of the City.

Please note the Planning and Zoning Department’s policy in regard to Development Application Submittals and/or Re-submittals: a cut off time of Friday at Noon is in place for any submittals and/or re-submittals. Any packets received after this time will not be stamped/logged in until the following business day.


The Planning Division guides growth and development to protect the quality of life within the City of Palm Beach Gardens. It ensures uniform enforcement of city codes and regulations which provide guidance and assistance to the public, the development community, and other governmental agencies regarding requirements of the City’s adopted plans, development codes, and land use regulations.

Development Compliance & Zoning

The Development Compliance and Zoning staff is charged with monitoring all development for compliance with the City’s Land Development Regulations (LDRs), Chapter 78 in the Code of Ordinances, and Development Orders for all development projects in the City.


Forestry provides a wide range of services to the residents of Palm Beach Gardens. Environmental and natural areas, development, landscaping, and wildlife are all important items that distinguish the City from usual urban settings.

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