Village Environmental News
The Village hosted a celebration at Palmetto Bay Park Jan. 16, during which Boy Scout Troop 20 honored Florida State's recognition of Arbor Day by planting a live oak tree. See our Facebook photo album.
We’re asking residents to share input on existing events & programs at Thalatta Estate. We need your opinions on new program ideas, too. Take the Village of Parks survey now.
Since Mayor Flinn introduced paperless production of e-Currents in 2008, the Village has saved $100,000 in taxpayer dollars by eliminating the cost -- and environmental impact -- of print newsletters.
FPL is relocating 25 mature trees in Palmetto Bay that were planted years ago by Miami-Dade County under power lines. Removal and relocation work starts Jan. 16 along the east side of Franjo Road.
Commercial property owners in Palmetto Bay are obtaining financing to make big improvements in their properties that lower utility bills, reduce repair costs, and increase property value. Read more.
Check out this Earth Week video to see how Palmetto Bay recognizes Earth Day in a big way, with a full week of events each year -- leaving our Villagers "greening" from cheek to cheek.
Mangrove Kayak Adventure Program
Garden Club Honors Homeowner
Program Lures 65 Kids to Fishing Event
"Get a Kid Fishing" was the big fish tale of the season as 65 kids and family members gathered at Thalatta Estate July 11 for a full day of fishing and boating-skills training. See photo gallery.