BOYNTON BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Source: City of Boynton Beach) — On August 17, Customer Service, currently located in the lobby of City Hall, will be closed. Customers will be unable to pay their water bills with cash, or obtain permits, on August 17 at City Hall. The current utility bill payment drop box, located outside the current City Hall, will be available for check payments. Customer Service will reopen Monday, August 20, at 12 p.m. at 209 North Seacrest Boulevard (south of the Post Office).
The City Manager’s Office and the Departments of Communications & Marketing, Economic Development, Finance, Human Resources, Grants & ADA and the City Attorney’s Office will be closed on Friday, August 24 and reopen on Monday, August 27 at 3301 Quantum Boulevard, Suite 100. Community Standards, City Clerk, Information Technology Services, Community Improvement, and Parks & Recreation will be closed on Monday, August 27 and reopen Wednesday, August 29 at 3301 Quantum Boulevard, Suite 100. Planning & Zoning, Development Administration, Building, Public Art, Public Works/Engineering will be closed Friday, August 31 and reopen at 3301 Quantum Blvd., Suite 100 on Tuesday, September 4.
The Police Departments of Public Records and Internal Affairs will be closed on Sunday, September 23. They will reopen on Monday, September 24 at 209 North Seacrest Boulevard (south of the Post Office). Police and Fire Rescue services will not be interrupted.
All department’s hours will remain the same at their temporary locations (Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). All City Department’s phone numbers will be active and answered during the moves.
Beginning Tuesday, September 4, all public meetings will be held at the Intracoastal Park Clubhouse, located at 2240 North Federal Highway.
“We understand that the Town Square Redevelopment Project may be an inconvenience for customers. The City, with its development partners E2L and the Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), is committed to keeping the public informed and encourages everyone to follow the City’s website and social media outlets for project updates,” said City Manager Lori LaVerriere, “We are looking forward to Town Square becoming a hub for a vibrant and engaging Downtown Boynton Beach area for residents, businesses, and visitors.”
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