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With an evaluation period every 5 years, the city has an opportunity to continually improve its score, which is shown on a range from 1 to 10 (1 being exemplary). The lower the rating range, the lower the insurance costs can be for residents and business owners with participating insurance companies.
The ISO Building Code Effectiveness Grading Classification Report provided the city with a rating of 3 for this evaluation period, a rating considered to be in the highest rating category. This advisory material is relayed to insurance companies that subscribe to the ISO rating information.
According to the ISO, a listing of subscribing insurers is proprietary, therefore residents and business owners should contact their insurance carrier directly to see if they subscribe and, if so, do they provide any type of discount based on the rating.
Palm Beach Gardens follows the water restrictions put in place by the South Florida Water Management District for Palm Beach County. A detailed schedule can be found here: https://www.sfwmd.gov/sites/default/files/documents/year_round_3days_schedule.pdf
For further information on these homes please contact your state representatives or visit the websites below for the Department of Justice. U.S. Department of Justice- Fair Housing
The City's operating tax rate for fiscal year 2018/2019 is 5.55 mills, and the debt service rate is .0503, for a total millage of 5.6003. Millage is the tax rate used to calculate your property taxes. One (1) mil equals $1 for every $1,000 of taxable property value. Therefore, you are paying $5.60 in City taxes for every $1,000 of taxable value in fiscal year 2018/2019 (October 1, 2018 - September 30, 2019).
Depending on what area of the City you live in, your total property tax bill for fiscal year 2018/2019 is either 20.8227 or 20.9443 mills (some areas of the City pay taxes to the Jupiter Inlet District, which is 0.1216 mills in fiscal year 2016). Therefore, the City portion of your total tax bill in fiscal year 2016 is either 27.3% (5.6871/20.8227 = 27.3%), or if you also pay taxes to the Jupiter Inlet District, 27.2% (5.6871/20.9443 = 27.2%).
We offer a hands-only CPR class in partnership with Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center; no certification is given at this class. If you need to obtain a formal CPR certification, contact your local American Red Cross office or your local American Heart Association office.
Yes, you may apply to schedule a ride-along. The application process includes a criminal background check and requires submission of a valid state-issued ID. Please contact 561-799-4300 for additional information about the application process.
We no longer have a volunteer division.
Contact your local college for more information on how to become a firefighter, EMT, or paramedic. The Florida Department of Health maintains a list of approved EMS Training and Education programs.
In order to schedule an inspection, please review the requirements listed here. Please contact the Chief Fire Inspector for additional information, including the month in which your inspection will most likely be conducted.
If you know the name of the person who is reviewing your plan, you can contact them directly. If you are unsure of who is reviewing your plan, please contact the Chief Fire Inspector.
We send a fire engine on medical calls to provide additional assistance to the ambulance crew.
No, however, there is a Sharps and Medical Waste program offered through the Health Department of Palm Beach County.
Palm Beach Gardens follows the water restrictions put in place by the South Florida Water Management District for Palm Beach County. A detailed schedule can be found at: https://www.sfwmd.gov/sites/default/files/documents/year_round_3days_schedule.pdf
Juniors play at a discounted rate. We also offer a Junior Pass, which allows juniors to play at the same rate as our Passholders.
No – Outside food, drink, and coolers are forbidden. The Dancing Crane is located in the Clubhouse and will provide all of your food and beverage needs.
Please click here for General/SEIU positions. Please click here for Police and Fire union positions
You can register for a class in person at any Recreation service desk or online at PBGREC.COM/LOGIN.
Residents of incorporated Palm Beach Gardens pay $3.50 + tax per person. The non-resident fee is $7.00 + tax per person.
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The Gardens Life brochure is published 3 times per year: Winter/Spring (January - April), Summer (May - August), and Fall (/September - December). It is available approximately 2 weeks before the start of the new period.
The City of Palm Beach Gardens no longer mails out brochures to resident households. You may pick up a copy at any Recreation facility or download it from our website
Permits are required for group use of any park facilities, athletic fields, picnic pavilions and lighted facilities. Permits can be completed in person at the Burns Road Recreation Center or online at PBGREC.COM/LOGIN.
Burns Road Recreation Center regular business hours of operation are as follows: Monday-Thursday 8am-8pm, Friday 8am-6pm, Saturday 8am-5pm, Sunday 12-5pm. However, hours may change or be extended depending on the season and programming.
The Gardens GreenMarket is held every Sunday, October-May, from 8am-1pm at the City Hall Municipal Complex, 10500 N. Mlitary Trail, Palm Bach Gardens, 33410. During the months of May-September, the GreenMarket becomes the Gardens Summer GreenMarket from 9am-1pm.