City Government

Boynton Beach, geographically located in the middle of Palm Beach County, is a coastal community that runs parallel to a four-mile stretch of the Intracoastal Waterway. Known as “America’s Gateway to the Gulf Stream,” Boynton Beach is a full-service municipality, providing virtually every city service and quality-of-life opportunities for its residents and visitors. The City of Boynton Beach’s five elected officials include four district commissioners and a mayor-at-large that task the city manager they appoint, and a team of more than 14 department heads, to manage the day-to-day operations for more than 70,000 residents and thousands of visitors each year.

Due to its location and year-round tropical climate, Boynton Beach possesses many natural assets that set the stage for numerous leisure, recreation and active lifestyle pursuits. The City of Boynton Beach invests a great deal of resources to ensure that residents and visitors have access to its 253 acres of municipal parks, beach and natural conservation lands. These facilities offer over 200 recreational programs, classes and events for all ages – from toddlers to seniors.

Supplementing its recreational indoor facilities are tennis and basketball courts, playgrounds, fitness centers and a pool. (Please see page 8 for a full listing of recreation and park locations, including their amenities). In addition, the city owns and manages a state-of-the-art municipal library and operates a municipal golf course, which features both an 18-hole championship course and 9-hole family course.

Boynton Beach, being closer to the Gulf Stream than any other community along the Atlantic coast, boasts one of only two working full-service marinas in Palm Beach County. Owned and operated by the CRA, the Boynton Harbor Marina offers fishing and scuba diving charters, Jet Ski and boat rentals and an eclectic collection of waterfront restaurants.

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