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Florida law authorizes municipalities to recoup their costs of providing public records. If the public record request requires more than fifteen (15) minutes of employee time (including the time to gather, copy, scan and/or print the requested documents, or redact information exempted by Florida Statutes, if necessary), the requester will be charged for that time at the lowest hourly rate of the class of employee(s) involved. For physical copies of requested documents, there will be a charge of $.15 per page for one-sided copies ($.20 per page for two-sided copies). If the City anticipates that there will be a significant cost to provide the requested public record, the City will provide an estimated cost for the public records. The requester must acknowledge the estimated costs and authorize the City to proceed before document production will begin. Once the request is complete, the requestor must pay the City before the documents will be provided.
There are some things that you can consider when you make a public records request that can decrease the response time and reduce production costs. • A significant amount of information is available on the City’s website. • Be specific; avoid overly broad requests. • Provide dates ranges of requested public records, especially on emails and correspondence.
The City responds to public records requests as quickly as possible. However, requests for a large number of documents, or requests that require significant staff time may result in a longer response time. The volume of public record requests may also slow the response time.
Adobe Acrobat includes a certificate signature utility that lets you sign PDA files with a certificate-based digital ID, also known as a digital signature. With Acrobat you may create your own certificate ID which the City will maintain on file for all of your permit projects. You create this certificate ID by completing a Digital Signature Affidavit form online, signing and sealing the physical form, then hand delivering or couriering to the building division. You must purchase Adobe Acrobat in order to use this option? It is highly recommended that you review the City's tutorial before creating your certificate ID. Digital Signature Tutorial (PDF)
All employment verification requests can be submitted via fax to 561-393-7908
Or you can call our automated inspection phone number at 561-393-7914. Please note that you would need the phone access code number located on the top of your permit cards Click2Gov Building Permits Page
The Mizner Park Amphitheater is owned and operated by the City of Boca Raton, and can be rented by private or non-profit organizations for various functions including concerts, performances, fundraising events and festivals. If you are interested in renting the facility, please review the Rental Fees and then complete the Rental Application for review and approval. For more questions please contact the amphitheater at 561-393-7890 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Items not allowed inside the amphitheater for events include but not limited to: Umbrellas, pets, outside food, alcoholic beverages, coolers, backpacks, drones, and/or selfie sticks. If the event is ticketed, please check your ticket for restrictions on cameras and video recording devices.
If the event is ticketed, you may not bring a chair, but you may be able to bring a blanket, please check your ticket for seating information. If you are attending a free event that is sponsored by the City of Boca Raton, you may usually bring a blanket or chair, but check the website for specifics or call 561-393-7890.
There is limited parking in the garages in Mizner Park. We encourage event attendees to carpool and use off site park and walk options from City Hall and the Downtown Library, which are located four blocks south west of Mizner Park from NE 2nd Street. For certain events, preferred, paid parking is available in the lot adjacent to the amphitheater and at the First United Methodist Church located on Mizner Blvd. Other parking options include limited on-street, metered parking in Mizner Park and valet service for those patronizing the shops and restaurants.
*The online renewal process can take up to 7 days to process. If you need your permit immediately, you can renew/purchase in person at one of the Community Centers. For hours and locations CLICK HERE
DIRECTIONS: To renew your permit, please log in and click the Permit Renewal tab.
Please note the following: ?You must have purchased a permit between 9/15/15 – 9/30/16?You must have a Webtrac user name and password (If you do not have a user name and password please CLICK HERE) ?You will only be able to renew the same type of annual permit you owned previously?Credits: If you used a credit/receipt previously or are planning to use one toward your renewal – you must obtain a permit in person at a community center?You must prove ownership or lease the vehicle that you will be using with the permit
If you have purchased a beach permit within the last year, you may renew that permit online with a valid user name and password. User names and passwords can be obtained from any community center, pool, tennis center, or the field house. You will need to show proof of residency to obtain a user name and password.
Community Center Locations:Boca Raton Community Center, 150 Crawford Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33432Hours:Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 9:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am - 5:00pmClosed Sunday and Federal Holiday
James A. Rutherford Community Center @ Patch Reef Park2000 Yamato Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431Hours:Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 10:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pmSunday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sugar Sand Park Community Center 300 S. Military Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33486Hours:Monday - Friday 8:00 am-10:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pmSunday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Annual Permits
At the December 10, 2018 City Council Workshop, Song & Associates presented conceptual plans for the Government Campus Master Plan. Two options were presented, and City Council members had an opportunity to ask questions, make suggestions and provide direction on next steps. Moving forward, the consultant will work with staff to discuss traffic issues, review phasing options and ballpark timing. Song & Associates will revise and update each option with timing and estimated costs.
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On January 23, 2018, City Council passed resolution 20-2018 authorizing a work order for Song & Associates to develop conceptual alternatives for the campus and create a master plan and report that will include elevation drawings, a project budget, timeline and implementation strategies.
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You can also watch a video recording of City Council Meeting from January 23, 2018
At the October 10, 2017 City Council Workshop, Song and Associates presented their report of the public open house that was held on June 21, 2017. (This presentation was rescheduled from the August 22, 2017 regular City Council Meeting.)
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You can also watch a video recording of the presentation from October 10, 2017
On June 21, 2017 Song and Associates, Inc., the City’s consultant, hosted a public open house at the Downtown Boca Raton Public Library to share ideas for the Government Campus Master Plan and seek input from residents. The open house provided an opportunity for the public to share ideas and make suggestions and comments regarding the current and future design of the City’s central municipal campus.Public Open House - Government Campus Master Plan PRESENTATION (PDF) Opens a New Window. The City of Boca Raton is committed to providing access to all individuals seeking information on its website. Video content with closed captioning is available upon request by calling the City Clerk’s office 561-393-7742 or completing this form.
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The MUTCD contains criteria, or warrants, that define the minimum requirements for volume of vehicular or pedestrian traffic that are used to define the need for and appropriateness of a particular traffic control device. Warrants should be viewed as guidelines, not as absolute values. However, if no warrants are met, a traffic signal will not be installed. Satisfaction of a warrant is not a guarantee that a traffic signal is needed. The MUTCD states that proper engineering judgment should be exercised in making the final determination. More details about traffic signals is provided in the Information Brochures section of Traffic Operations
While adding a left turn phase can often improve safety and reduce delay, other solutions such as timing adjustments to improve gaps for left turns and geometric improvements to improve sight distance may be more appropriate. More details on left turn signals is provided in Information Brochures section of Traffic Operations.