Florida City Government Week
Boca Raton: I'm Part of It; I'm Proud of It!
The City of Boca Raton will be joining cities throughout the state in celebrating Florida City Government Week from October 22 – 28. Florida City Government Week, sponsored by the Florida League of Cities, is a week-long celebration that raises awareness about the importance of municipal government and its daily impact on residents. The League is the official organization of the municipal governments in Florida.
In honor of Florida City Government Week, the City will be participating in the celebration with multiple initiatives to raise public awareness about programs and services. A social media campaign on multiple platforms will explain how local government works while promoting the theme of the week: “Boca Raton: I’m part of it; I’m proud of it!”
Mayor Scott Singer will present a proclamation at the City Council meeting on October 23 at 6 pm. Student government representatives from public high schools and universities within city limits will be in attendance at the meeting, including Florida Atlantic University, Lynn University, Palm Beach State College, Boca Raton High School and Spanish River High School. Each student government body will be presented with a Certificate of Recognition for participating in a student government leadership role and learning about their City government.
For more information about Florida City Government Week, please visit the Florida League of Cities website or follow the City of Boca Raton on the social media platforms below.
Monday, Oct. 22
Looking for ways to get involved with the City of Boca Raton? Check out 5 ways to get involved today!
Tuesday, Oct. 23
What's a proclamation?
A proclamation is an official announcement issued by the Mayor with the goal to honor, celebrate or create awareness of an event, special occasion, cause or significant issue. Proclamations often recognize a day, week or month that will have a city-wide impact, and they should generally be related to a community benefit, organization or City of Boca Raton operations.
Tune in during tonight’s 6pm City Council meeting for the Proclamation of #FLCityWeek with student government representatives from Florida Atlantic University, Lynn University, Palm Beach State College, Boca Raton High School and Spanish River High School. Join us in recognizing their involvement in student government.
Ways to WATCH...
• Facebook Live - www.facebook.com/bocaratoncity Opens a New Window.
• TV - Comcast - Channel 20 (Boca Raton city limits)
• TV - AT&T U-verse - Channel 99 (Palm Beach County)
• TV – Hotwire – Channel 395 (Palm Beach County)
• WEB STREAMING AND VIEW AGENDAS www.myboca.us/watchlive
Wednesday, Oct. 24
Part of Florida City Government Week is to highlight the work of municipal government. Our Community Advisory Panel is just one of the City's 24 boards & committees. YOU can be part of government in action by attending the Panel's Town Hall Forum on Thursday, Nov. 8 at 6pm.
The Town Hall Forum is an opportunity for residents to share ideas & concerns about quality of life in the City of Boca Raton. The panel then provides a report to our City Council.
• Public Safety • Events & Activities • Development • Traffic and Parking • Parks & Recreation • Libraries • Beautification
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Visit our City Boards & Committees webpage to view all boards, current vacancies...or to APPLY for a position! "Be a part of it; Be proud of it!"