Town of Ocean Ridge
6450 North Ocean Blvd.
Ocean Ridge, FL 33435

www.oceanridgeflorida.com

Proudly serving the residents of Ocean Ridge for 87 years

The Mission of the Town of Ocean Ridge is to create and maintain a beautifully landscaped, diverse seaside community built around family and civic pride, state of the art public services and infrastructure that enhances the natural beauty of our Town.

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Pardon Our Digital Dust: Temporary updates are being posted here in advance of our "all new" website currently in production to go live in the near future. Information updates are posted below in our calendar and news sections.

Town Information & Events Calendar

Sea Turtle Nesting Season begins March 1 and ends October 31
Lighting Guidelines / Sea Turtle Brochure

Hurricane Season begins June 1 and ends November 30
Be Prepared for the 2018 Hurricane Season

August 13 Planning & Review Commission Meeting begins at 8:30AM in the Commission Chambers. 
August 15 Charter Review Committee Meeting begins at 8AM in the chambers. 
August 20 PBA Collective Bargaining Negotiations begins at 1PM in the Commission Chambers. 
August 24 Executive Session Closed Meeting begins at 4PM in the Conference Room. 
August 25 Sea Angels Beach Cleanup begins 8AM Ocean Inlet Park. For more information, please visit www.seaangels.org.
August 28 Primary Election begins at 7AM and ends at 7PM in the Community Room. For information about this elections, please call the Supervisor of Elections at 561-656-6200.
August 29 Special Town Commission Meeting/Budget Workshop begins at 3PM in the Commission Chambers. The agenda will be posted when available. 
September 3 Labor Day - Town Hall Closed - No contractor work permitted and no inspections will be performed.
September 4 Code Enforcement Hearing begins at 10AM in the Commission Chambers. The agenda will be posted when available. (tentative)
September 5 Charter Review Committee Meeting begins at 8AM in the Commission Chambers. The agenda will be posted when available.
September 6 Regular Town Commission Meeting/First Budget Public Hearing will begin at 6PM in the Commission Chambers. The agenda will be posted when available. Public Notice
September 10 Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting begins at 8:30AM in the Commission Chambers. The agenda will be posted when available.
September 24 Special Town Commission Meeting/Final Budget Public Hearing and Adoption of Budget will begin at 5PM in the Commission Chambers. The agenda will be posted when available.
September 29 Sea Angels Beach Cleanup begins 8AM Ocean Inlet Park. For more information, please visit www.seaangels.org.

Updates to the calendar will be made as they occur.
Meetings and events are linked to their agenda when available.

PREVENT YOURSELF FROM BECOMING A VICTIM OF A CRIME BY REMOVING VALUABLES, LOCKING YOUR CAR DOORS, & SECURING ALARMS

Town News

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign Begins August 15 through September 3, 2018 (Posted 7/25/18)
Boynton Utilities will be flushing waterlines from July 30 - August, 17, 2018 as part of their annual preventative maintenance. You may notice chlorine odor or taste (see notice for more details).  For more information, please call Water Quality Division at 561-742-6964. (Posted 6/29/18)

Solid Waste Management Accounting Disclosure (Posted 3/6/18)

Child Identification Program (Posted 11/30/17)

Ocean Ridge Police Department Employment Opportunities Available! Join Our Team:
 Applications are currently being accepted for the following positions:
 *Police Dispatcher   *Police Officer  *Police Reserve Officer (Update 07/20/18)

Return unwanted or expired prescriptions, over-the-counter, and other household medication (including pet medicine) at the Ocean Ridge Police Department lobby in the MedReturn Drug Collection Drop Box. (Posted 7/12/13)

Peggy Adams Free Spay/Neuter Cats, Pit Bulls/Pit Mixes PBC

Pet OwnersFor your animal's safety and the safety of your neighbors, please remember to secure your pets by a collar and leash as you walk them around the Town and especially on Old Ocean Blvd. where pedestrian traffic is heavy.  Thank you. (Posted 7/8/08)

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Website last updated: Friday August 10, 2018

 

Those Needing Assistance or Wish To Help Victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Marie:
*Senator Nelson: Help For Loved Ones in Puerto Rico and the U. S. Virgin Islands
*Senator Rubio: Helping Puerto Ricans Recover From Hurricane Maria
*Local Organization: Palm Beach County Cares

Sea Turtle Nesting Season begins March 1 and ends October 31
Lighting Guidelines / Sea Turtle Brochure

Hurricane Season begins June 1 and ends November 30
Be Prepared for the 2018 Hurricane Season

Manatee Season begins November 15 and ends March 31

Zika Virus Fact Sheet / Health Department Information /
Zika Brochure / Mosquitoes Brochure /
Fight Zika Together Brochure from Clarke

Clarke Authorization and Hold Harmless Agreement
MOBILE EYES is a program of the Traffic Safety Committee of the Palm Beaches. If you see impaired drivers, call 9-1-1 and mention MOBILE EYES. If an arrest is made then you are eligible to receive $100.

The 511 Traveler Information System is FDOT’s toll-free traffic resource, offering up-to-date information on crashes, congestion, construction and more on all of Florida’s interstates, toll roads and major metropolitan roadways. Visit FL511.com for more details. Additionally, you may follow specific road information on Twitter: @fl511_turnpike—Florida’s Turnpike, @fl511_i95 - Interstate 95 in Florida, @fl511_state for statewide information, and @fl511_southeast for local information. New system launch toolkit.

211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast assists people by providing crisis intervention, information, assessment and referral to community services and by providing infrastructure support to the health and human service delivery system. For more information, visit www.211palmbeach.org.

Contact the Office of Inspector General to report allegations or see illustrations of suspected waste, fraud, misconduct, mismanagement or other abuses.

June is Flood Awareness Month! Click link for more details!

 

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