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Celebration Picnic
Experience Downtown
Community Survey
City Guide

A new Village Attorney is slated to be selected at the March 3 Regular Council Meeting, 7 p.m., at Village Hall.
Palmetto Bay is located in or near a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA). Learn what this means to Village homeowners.

Donate blood and get a free T-shirt March 14 in the Village Hall parking lot. Make a reservation.


Schedule a Downtown Roadshow for your civic group to learn about the Village's Downtown Redevelopment Project.




"Charting a New Course" is now showing on WBAY and via our video library.




Village Council conducts a Zoning Hearing March 17 to discuss applications by South Motors Infiniti and Shores at Palmetto Bay, LLC.



February 27, 2014
From the Mayor's Desk
Saturday in the Park...
Join us this March 1 at Coral Reef Park for the Village's signature event, the Annual Celebration Picnic. Enjoy student music, traditional picnic fare, and the warm spirit of this amazing community as 4,000 of your closest friends and neighbors gather together to recognize our 12th year as an independent municipality -- and have a great time doing it! Our Parks & Recreation staff truly enjoys organizing and executing top-notch events for you, and they have a lot of practice throughout the year. From the Annual Picnic, to Earth Week, to Summer Concerts, and Winter Wonderlands, I am so proud of our Village programs and services -- and I take great pleasure in doing my part to ensure we continue to offer the quality of life you deserve here in Palmetto Bay. See you Saturday in the park!
~ Mayor Shelley Stanczyk
12th Annual Celebration Picnic, March 1 , 11 am - 2 pm
Biggest Community Event all Year

The big event is here. Palmetto Bay's 12th Annual Celebration Picnic, March 1 at Coral Reef Park, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Get ready to enjoy 3,500 hot dogs, 4,000 donuts, 2,500 slices of pizza, 2,000 bags of chips, 2,000 ears of corn, and nearly 6,000 cans of sodas and water -- all free of charge and open to the public. This event is jam-packed with so many activities: from student music, to roasted corn, to the Annual Mayor's Cup Baseball game, and to a Downtown Palmetto Bay booth where you may register to win a grand prize (by taking a 3-minute survey). Come one, come all. Be our guest! And be sure to thank the event supporters, including signature sponsors South Motors, Gus Machado Ford, and AutoNation. 


"Experience Downtown," March 14, 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Downtown Task Force Hosts Party 

Palmetto Bay's Downtown Redevelopment Task Force is hosting a night out on the town. Join us March 14 for "Experience Downtown," 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. at Village Hall. Learn about Palmetto Bay's downtown redevelopment plans, while enjoying free food, music, drinks. Be present at the event for the grand prize drawing (valued at $999). Read more.


Take Downtown Survey, through March 14
Share Your Views, Win a New Grill

What's on your list for the future of downtown Palmetto Bay? Please share your thoughts and ideas regarding what you would like to see and do in a liveable-walkable downtown district over the next few years, or over the next 10 or 20 years. Please participate in this short survey now -- and register to win a Weber Grill valued at $999, compliments of Evenings Delight. To win, you must be present at the March 14 "Experience Downtown" event (multiple entries are voided).


2014 Palmetto Bay City Guide
Village Map Mailed to All Homes

The 2014 "Palmetto Bay City Guide," a slick, 4-color map and reference guide, is now arriving in 18,000 mailboxes throughout South-Dade. Distributed inside a pack of Miami Herald supplements, the new map is a great resource for out-of-town guests and offers a bounty of local ads. But the really big news is, this year's map features an overview of the Downtown Redevelopment Initiative. The annual fold-out map also contains an invitation to take the Downtown Survey inviting recipients to join the more than 700 residents who have already responded to our community survey invitation. (Special thanks to Miami Maps, Inc., Village map coordinator, for providing complimentary distribution in The Miami Herald.)