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Boca Raton City Hall
201 W. Palmetto Park Road
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
Tel:   561-393-7700

A City Manager is appointed by the Council.

City Council meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. Workshop meetings held on the preceding Monday. Council members also serve as Commissioners of the Community Redevelopment Agency. The CRA meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month following Council's workshop.

All meetings are open to the public, and citizens are encouraged to attend and participate in these meetings. Dates and times should be verified with the City Clerk’s Office in advance.

Photo Identification is required for entry into City Hall
Hours of operation are 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Mon. – Fri.

Boca Raton City Hall Website


The City of Boca Raton encompasses approximately twenty seven square miles with an unincorporated area of approximately seventy square miles, extending about seven miles north to south, and bounded on the east by the Atlantic Ocean with approximately five miles of beachfront. The city population is approximately 85,000 with the unincorporated area population approximately 110,000.
Boca's annual temperature averages 75 degrees, with an average low of 65 degrees and an average high of 82 degrees.




Copyrighted Photo of 
A View of the Dedication  Placque
on the north wall of 
Old Boca Raton Town Hall 
at 71 S. Federal Highway

Inscription text below photo

Designed in the Mediterranean Revival style by the architect Addison C. Mizner and completed by the architect William E. Alysmeyer, the Boca Raton Town Hall opened in April 1927 as the city's first municipal building, fire station and police department. The Cramer & Cramer Construction Company developed architectual plans with an elaborate front entrance, a gilded dome atop the bell tower and interior finishes with products of the Mizner Industries.
    The Woman's Club opened Boca Raton's first public library here in 1927 and the second floor served as a private residence of the fire chief for a number of years. In the early years, the Council Chamber/Court Room was the only public meeting room in Boca Raton and was used by numerous social groups, as well as providing a polling place for city voters.   In 1975, the city declared that the building should become a museum, and in 1976 the Boca Raton Historical Society located its office here.
    In recognition of its historic and architectural significance, the Boca Raton Town Hall was listed in the National Register of Historic Places as "Old City Hall" in 1980. Several municipal offices occupied the building until 1983 and the Town Hall was restored to its original architectural design by the Boca Raton Historical Society in 1984 for use as a local history museum and archives.

F-333 SPONSORED BY THE PALM BEACH TOWN COMMITTEE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES IN COOPERATION WITH THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE 1991

map of south florida showing Boca Raton located just north of the Palm Beach county and Broward County line
Map courtesy Mapquest.com

 

Beach at Boca Raton 



Downtown Boca Raton 

 

Boca Raton Museum of Art 

 

Childrens Museum
 

Early Morning Fishing From The Boat 
in Boca Inlet 



Golf Course in 
Boca Raton 

 

Mizner Park 
Shopping Center 

 

Boca Raton Community Center 
150 Crawford Blvd. 
(561) 393.7807
 

Boca Raton City Hall 
201 West Palmetto Park Road 
(561) 393.7708
City Hall
Telephone Contacts
Beach Conditions:
561) 393-7989

Beach/Boat Permits:
561) 393-7807

Building Permits:
561) 393-7930

City Clerk:
561) 393-7740

City Hall Annex:
561) 998-4401

City Hall Switchboard:
561) 393-7700

TDD Unit
Front Desk:
(561) 338-1226

City Manager:
561) 393-7703

City Library:
561) 393-7852

Code Enforcement:
561) 393-7934

Fire-Rescue:
561) 367-6700

Hurricane Info:
561) 393-7800

Job Hotline:
561)393-7981

Mayor & Council:
561) 393-7708

Occupational License:
561) 367-7056

Police Services
(non-emergency)
561) 338-1234

Recreation Info:
561) 393-7806

Special Events:
561) 393-7806

Sanitation Services:
561) 416-3367

Utility Services:
(561) 338-7300

Volunteer Services:
561) 393-7770

Water Billing:
561) 393-7750
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