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JUNE 2019

Short Video: Summer BreakSpot

Summer BreakSpot provides nutritious meals at no cost to children 18 and under while school is out for the summer. Many meal sites are located at places like parks, libraries and churches and offer breakfasts, lunches, snacks or supper.

To find a location, visit our meal site locator
text “FoodFL” to 877-877 or dial 2-1-1 or visit 2-1-1

For more information click here


From the City of West Palm Beach

 The Clematis/Olive intersection will be closed for
roadway enhancements beginning June 10th

The closure will last from June 10th to July 3rd 
The intersection will be completely closed to traffic during this time period.

There will be marked detours while the Clematis/Olive intersection is closed. Thank you for your patience during the Clematis streetscaping project.



The Palm Beach County Office of Equal Opportunity (OEBO) is hosting workshops to discuss the new County program for all current and future registered vendors in Construction, Professional Services, Good and Services Industries who want to conduct business with Palm Beach County.

JUNE 20, 2019 
10:00 AM and 3:00 PM sessions

JUNE 26, 2019 
10:00 AM and 3:00 PM sessions

To register contact Michelle Han:   561-616-6840
For more information click here


FREE Swimming Lessons

There is still time to fill out a Swimming Lesson Application for qualified children between the ages of 2-12, who are non swimmers.
To  find out more and fill out a Swimming Application form click here

For a FREE land based Water Safety presentation for audiences of all ages please click here

For general water safety information about Palm Beach County Drowning Prevention Coalition click here


FREE fishing event for anglers 5 years and up
May 24 - July 7 2019
Over $2,500 in awesome prizes!

The objectives of the Lake Worth Lagoon Fishing Challenge are to:

Document finfish species and location in the lagoon using angler caught fish that are photographed and reported via a smartphone app or desktop computer.
Increase awareness of Lake Worth Lagoon, its natural resources and its economic and recreational value.
Encourage anglers to continue reporting their catch using the iAngler app to support ongoing fisheries data collection.

Anglers can also submit catches and earn rewards with FWC's Catch a Memory Program here:

For more information click here
To Register click here


Things to do this Summer in Palm Beach County

Check Discover The Palm Beaches for ideas where to go,
discounts on hotels and much more!

Create new family memories when you get up close to 1,000-plus animals as you drive through Lion Country Safari or meet animals of the tropics at the Palm Beach Zoo. Scream at the top of your lungs when you experience that “zero-g feeling” riding Big Thunder at Rapids Water Park. After the thrills, be sure to let the family experience some Florida history and panoramic scenery at the historic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum.
For those that love to play in the sun, this is where you’ll find the most adventuresome things to do in Florida. Start the day watching the sun rise out of the Atlantic from peaceful Delray Beach atop your stand-up paddleboard. For some real adventure, get up close to gators on a Florida Everglades airboat tour with Airboat Rides West Palm Beach, or come face to face with moray eels while diving at Blue Heron Bridge, one of Florida’s best SCUBA diving sites. And no Florida getaway is complete without a round of golf in The Palm Beaches at one of more than 160 golf courses in Florida’s Golf Capital.
After hours, West Palm Beach attractions lure you out to let loose and play in the tropics. Hit the boutiques and national brand shops at CityPlace and then hop on the free trolley to Clematis Street, where the warm ocean air makes walking between The Palm Beaches’ best nightspots a breeze — literally. Enjoy a craft cocktail at the vintage-themed gastropub The Alchemist and then dance at the beach house-inspired club, Camelot.

Have any ideas, suggestions, concerns?

Contact Us!

We are here to help you!
Administrative Assistants to Commissioner Gregg K. Weiss:

Niels Heimeriks
Constituent Issues

Office: 561-355-4966   Cell: 561-371-1089

Virginia Savietto 
Constituent Issues

Office: 561-355-2209   Cell: 561-324-9621

Paul Razza 
Scheduling & Constituent Issues

Office: 561-355-2202  

Email us as a group:

Contact PBC Commissioner Gregg Weiss, District 2 at:
301 N. Olive Avenue, 12th Floor
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Tel: 561-355-2202
Follow us on social media:
Facebook: @GreggWeissPBCCommissionerD2
Twitter: @GreggPBC

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