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CALL FOR PUBLIC ARTIST: NORTH SHORE DRIVE PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

Artist-Designed Public Artwork

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ARTIST DAAS SELECTED FOR KAYE STREET WATER TANK PROJECT

The mission of the City of West Palm Beach Art in Public Places (AiPP) Program is to foster public artworks that inspire creativity, promote city pride, engage local artist, attract and entertain tourists, and reflect the City’s diverse culture and communities.

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Sustainability Overview
  • Learn more about trees and how to get your free tree
  • Putting the phrase "Sunshine State" to good use.
  • WPB is recognized for national excellence in Sustainability!
  • Over 60 businesses have joined! Has yours?
  • Rethink Paradise for a Green City
Learn more about trees and how to get your free tree Putting the phrase "Sunshine State" to good use. WPB is recognized for national excellence in Sustainability! Over 60 businesses have joined! Has yours? Rethink Paradise for a Green City 

Office of Sustainability

Located in City Hall, the Mayor's Office of Sustainability collaborates with all West Palm Beach City Departments, non-profit organizations, schools, businesses and private citizens to address the mission to "Enhance the viability of West Palm Beach as a modern model of healthy, environmentally progressive, ecologically sustainable and resilient urban living."

The Office of Sustainability was created in the Public Utilities Department in 2008. In 2014, with Mayor Jeri Muoio's emphasis on the importance of Resiliency and Sustainability, the Sustainability Office moved into the Mayor's Office, providing increased access and involvement in City activities and initiatives.

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