Neighborhood and Community Services Adds Amnesty Days
To assist residents in preparing for the 2020 hurricane season, the Neighborhood and Community Services Department is encouraging residents to take part in Amnesty Days for vegetation and bulk trash collections. The program is provided at no additional cost to all Delray beach residents.
CDBG-MIT GRANT APPLICATION
The City of Delray Beach, in collaboration with the City of Boynton Beach, will be submitting applications for a grant from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
City Commissioners Vote for Change in City Manager's Office
Today, Delray Beach‘s City Commissioners met and voted to move forward with the termination of City Manager, George Gretsas. The decision came as a result of an ongoing investigation into allegations, filed by two city employees, involving bullying and intimidation of staff on the part of Gretsas.
Notice of Work Commencement at Delray Beach Memorial Gardens
The City of Delray Beach will begin a beautification project on its historic cemetery this month. The work, which will be done by Aktiv Construction, includes the installation of a new fence to eliminate slum and blight.
Delray Beach Coronavirus Update: May 16, 2020, Full Phase 1
In accordance with Executive Order 20-123 order from the Governor of the State of Florida, on May 18, 2020 the City of Delray Beach will move into Full Phase 1 opening. The City encourages the public to follow CDC guidelines during the continued COVID-19 pandemic.
Delray Beach Coronavirus Update: May 16, 2020
Public and private beaches in Palm Beach County will reopen on Monday, May 18, 2020. The City of Delray Beach will begin a phased reopening of its municipal beach as well as its adjacent park on Monday, May 18, 2020. The municipal beach and Atlantic Dunes Park will be open from 9am to 6pm every day.
Opportunities to serve on the Community Redevelopment Agency Board
There are currently vacancies on the Community Redevelopment Agency Board. The deadline for submitting an application is Saturday, May 23, 2020
Delray Beach Coronavirus Update: May 9, 2020
Today, Governor Ron Desantis signed Executive Order 20-120 , which will be effective May 11, 2020. The order brings Palm Beach County in line with other areas in Florida and will bring some changes to the City of Delray Beach.
Delray Beach Coronavirus Update: May 8, 2020
In keeping with the order issued April 29, 2020 by Governor Ron Desantis, the City of Delray Beach will end its stay at home order and curfew, and will no longer mandate the use of facial coverings, effective immediately.
DELRAY BEACH CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: April 27, 2020
In coordination with Palm Beach County, the City of Delray Beach will begin a phased and gradual reopening of City parks and golf courses, with restrictions, effective Wednesday, April 29, 2020. Beaches remain closed until further notice.