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City Water Bottles and Tote Bag - NOW AVAILABLE

Show your civic pride and let the world know you #LoveBocaRaton by purchasing a City water bottle or tote bag!
(Makes a great gift!)

Share your new gear in use with the tag #LoveBocaRaton on social media so that we can find and feature you!

Prices range from $7.00 to $20.00 and proceeds go to support sustainable and waste reduction programming in Boca Raton's city parks.

GET yours TODAY at one of these City facilities...

  • Community Centers
    • Boca Raton Community Center (next to City Hall)
      Monday-Friday 9am-8pm | Saturday 9am-4pm
    • Sugar Sand Park Community Center
      Monday-Friday 9am-8pm | Saturday & Sunday 9am-4pm
    • James A, Rutherford Community Center at Patch Reef Park
      Monday-Friday 9am-8pm |Saturday 9am-4pm
  • Tennis Center
    • Boca Raton Tennis Center (next to City Hall)
      Monday-Thursday 8am-9pm | Friday 8am-3pm | Saturday-Sunday: 8am-1pm
    • Patch Reef Park Tennis Center
      Monday-Thursday 7:30am-10pm | Friday 7:30am-8pm | Saturday & Sunday 7:30am-1pm
    • Boca Raton Racquet Center
      Monday-Thursday 7:30am-10pm | Friday 7:30am-8pm | Saturday & Sunday 7:30am-1pm
  • Aquatic Centers
    • Meadows Park Pool
      Monday - Friday 10am-6:45pm | Saturday 10am-5:45pm | Sunday 12pm-5:45pm
    • The Swim Center
      7:30am-5:00pm daily

Reusable bags and bottles are part of the City's strategy to reduce single use plastics.

Learn what else the City is doing to reduce single use plastic:

  • City staff reduce single use plastic through decisions made in purchasing and operations.
  • City parks and facilities have been equipped with water bottle refill stations. City events include use of the MARS unit, a filtered and chilled mobile water bottle refill station.
  • The City annually participates in Plastic Free July.
  • The City encouraged restaurants to reduce single use plastic through the Coastal Connection Restaurant program.
  • The City's Gumbo Limbo Nature Center not only provides education on single use plastic reduction and leads over 60 coastal cleanups each year, they also are home to a sea turtle hospital. They've even been featured in a WLRN documentary! Learn more and watch the movie at https://turtletale.org/.