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WPB EARNS TOP SCORE IN LGBTQ EQUALITY

City Earns Perfect Score on 6th Annual Human Rights Campaign Foundation MEI

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CITY OF WPB TO HOST YARD SALE AT MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE SITE

For sale will be merchandise found in the old pro shop, including new golf clothing

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City Docks

The City of West Palm Beach's downtown waterfront brings the access to the Intracoastal Waterway for all to enjoy.

The docks are open on a first come first serve basis seven days a week from 5:00 a.m. to midnight. Use of the docks is free for non-commercial boats. Rafting up is not permitted. The Clematis Street Dock has a maximum capacity of 24 vessels. This one of a kind landscaped dock is the main pedestrian dock, offering the perfect spot for families taking a walk, business people looking for a tranquil spot to enjoy lunch or visitors soaking in the downtown scenery. It features unique underwater ecosystems, planters with native plants, shaded seating areas for the public and day docking for boaters.

The Fern Street Dock has a maximum of 12 vessels. The Fern Street Dock will be expanding for increased access this spring. We look forward to making this Dock more user friendly. Additionally it will become the home of the West Palm Beach Marine Patrol Boat.

The docks project was completed with the support of the Florida Inland Navigation District, which presented the City a check for $4.25 million for waterfront revitalization. The Florida Marine Industries Association and Show Management (producer of the Palm Beach Boat Show) also contributed $500,000 each to the docks project. The docks were honored with the Florida Marine Industries "Project of the Year" award.

The West Palm Beach Visitor's Center offers recreational opportunities including jetski/waverunner, paddleboard, and kayak rentals. You can also take a cruise on the Hakuna-Matata Catamaran that calls the Downtown waterfront its home port.