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MOBILITY PLAN FAQS

The Downtown West Palm Beach Mobility Plan is a bold initiative to enhance the way people and goods move throughout our downtown. It is the framework of best practices that will guide the City’s decision making for the next 20-years.

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A LETTER FROM MAYOR JERI MUOIO

If you want to have your voice heard, there will be several opportunities beginning with a meeting of the City’s Planning Board which will consider the Okeechobee Business District at 6 p.m., Tuesday, May 15 at City Hall.  

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Employee Relations



The Employee Relations Division is responsible for:
 
  • Helping to support employees' efforts and assist with any employment-related issue.
  • Bargaining with six (6) labor organizations that represent the City’s workforce.
  • Labor contract administration
  • Training in both contract changes and in other areas.
  • Conducting research on operational and emerging employer issues and communicate the findings.
  • Assist department directors and managers in policy and orgainizational development.

The work of the Employee Relations Division creates a direct link between the employees, managers, executives and elected officials. 

If you would like to contact Employee Relations regarding a city employee, please call 561-494-1000. If your comment involves a police officer, please contact the Internal Affairs Division of the police department at 561-822-1800.

 
Our Current Contracts:


Employee Handbook:

 
Equal Employment Opportunity Plan:
 
Civil Service Rules and Regulations:

Employee Assistance Program:

Coping with life’s challenges isn’t always easy!  The Employee Assitance Program (EAP) is a free, confidential counseling and information program for city employees, eligible family members, and/or registered domestic partners. Costs associated with referral for long-term counseling may be covered by medical benefits.

Cigna's administers the city’s Employee Assistant Program. The EAP is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call 877-622-4327.

  • Crisis intervention following traumatic event (e.g., accidental death, robbery)
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Divorce, separation, single and step parenting issues
  • Domestic violence
  • Dual career family issues
  • Eldercare
  • Marital/relationship problems
  • Parent/child relations
  • Retirement
  • Referral for legal assistance or credit counseling
  • Sexual assault/harassment
  • Stress Management
  • Substance Abuse
  • Support for transferred employees and their families
  • Weight control