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Welcome to the Village of Royal Palm Beach, Florida!
 

 

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Brief History

The Village of Royal Palm Beach, incorporated in 1959, is governed by a Mayor and a Village Council and provides municipal and utility services for over 21,000 residents. The Village is located in the central part of Palm Beach County which is in the Southeastern part of the State. The Village encompasses 11.65 square miles and is approximately 6 miles due west of the City of West Palm Beach.

A great diversity of housing opportunities are available in the Village of Royal Palm Beach, a thriving municipality. There’s something for everyone, from young families to active retirees, in the Village’s many neighborhoods. Totally maintained condominium communities feature recreational activities for active residents. Many single family homes, from first-time to deluxe, make up the Village’s active neighborhoods.

The Acreage, located just north of the Village limits, consists of one and a quarter plus acre home sites with both paved and unpaved roads. This area is home to some 28,000 residents who value open spaces, with the convenience of city living nearby.

 
We provide diversified activities which enrich lifetime skills, physical development, and fulfillment of personal needs. Currently the Village of Royal Palm Beach has set a high standard of 7.5 acres of parkland per 1,000 residents. The parks are planned, functional, and designed with open space areas which are maintained at a high standard that serves the present and future needs of the residents.

Royal Palm Beach has been named Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation since 1990.  The entire area within the village limits is designated as a bird sanctuary.

 

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