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Palm Beach Gardens Emergency Operations Center - Full View
The City of Palm Beach Gardens invited all of its residents to a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Emergency Operations and Communications Center in 2011, held in the evening near Veterans Plaza at the City Hill complex on Military Trail.
Constructing the Emergency Operations Center in Palm Beach Gardens
The Emergency Operations Center, seen here under construction, has reinforced concrete block walls and two inches of concrete on its roof. It sits behind a stage between City Hall and the police department and is designed to withstand upper Category…
Signing Bonds for Palm Beach Gardens City Hall
$300,000 in bonds were delivered to the City of Palm Beach Gardens in 1969 so that a new City Hall could be built for the community and city council. Signing those bonds were (left to right) Bank Executive Vice President William Kendrick, Mayor Henry…
City Hall Site
After a decade of successful growth, Desrocher Construction Company built the new Palm Beach Gardens City Hall at a site located near the corner of Burns Road and Military Trail, just south of PGA Boulevard.
Palm Beach Gardens City Hall Ball Fields
In 1971, the City of Palm Beach Gardens purchased a revenue bond issue that would, by 2000, become a world renowned ball field.
City Municipal Building
Aerial View of the newly constructed municipal complex that would become the fifth home for Palm Beach Gardens City Hall.
City Hall Building - Street View
Ground View of City Hall Building that was used from 1971 to 2000. The building was the home of the city manager, the city clerk, as well as the police, building, recreation, and fire departments until a new municipal complex was completed in 2000.
City Hall Building - Aerial View
Aerial View of City Hall Building that was used from 1971 to 2000. The building was the home of the city manager, the city clerk, as well as the police, building, recreation, and fire departments until a new municipal complex was completed in 2000,…
Commemoration of the City Hall Planning
Bill Earle (pictured here with his wife, Nancy) was elected on April 3, 1966 to complete the first five-member city council, along with Ted Dela Court, Michael Jackson, George Bonner, and Jim Hughes. After leaving the council in the late 60s, Earle…