Palm Beach Isles
 Property Owners Association

 

 
Welcome to the Palm Beach Isles Property Owners Association Community Website!

Email ALERTS/NEWS: please send in your name, email and street address to sign up for PBI POA alerts and news, (your information with not be sold or shared with anyone!)

The goal for this site is to keep everyone in our community more informed and connected in 2016 (and possibly save us all some print and postage costs in the future "if" it does).

This website will be a work in progress.  If you have suggestions for the site, input or content and/or other ideas, please email them in!


PBI POA News December, 2016

  • Next PBIPOA Board Meeting: Will Be 7:30pm Tuesday, Nov. 29th at the Lori Rinaldi's house, 1170 Emerald Lane

  • If you have not already done so....Please send in your yearly dues!  (the amount is $200 per year)

Mailto: Palm Beach Isles Property Owners Association
1281 N. Ocean Blvd, PMB #138
Singer Island, Florida 33404

 




  1.  

    THANK YOU
    to these neighbors/business owners for
    their generous support of our block party!


    Captain Lori & Jim @
    Capt. Jack's Island Grill

     David & Suzanne Brady
    (and the entire CMi family for )


  2. 2015 Block Party:  the Block Party pictures are posted here!
     
  3. Palm Beach Isles proudly donated a $570 check to the Riviera Beach Maritime Academy.  Here is a picture of Bill Contole giving the donation to the RBMA Team!  If you would like to support this wonderful local charter school that is training youth in our local community for future careers in the maritime industry please visit this link today!

 

 


 

    Crime Prevention

    Riviera Beach Police Dept

    !!! Please use 911 for all emergency contacts !!! 


PLEASE watch your speed limts on our streets and ask your vendors/contractors/visitors to slow down and enjoy the view! 

The Live Beach Cam is back online!  It is housed at the pump-house on the North side of the Lake Worth Inlet and had been damaged by Hurricane Sandy.  If you have not seen it, it's a great tool for checking the water before heading out on the beach or water!

Visit: http://video-monitoring.com/beachcams/lakeworthinlet/ 



Nextdoor.com: Join and connect with 94 of our Palm Beach Isles neighbors and 325 nearby neighbors all members in a new social media site called Nextdoor.com;  It's a free, fun and an informative community for our neighborhood:
Visit this link to learn more and to sign up today!


 


Links to the City of Riviera Beach Online Service Request Form and The New "GoRiviera" Smartphone App:
 

Submit a Service Request
Request for a service such as a pothole repair, missed garbage, streetlight out, or abandoned vehicle.

Download "GoRiviera" on your Smartphone - Download the free iPhone app or download the Android App..  This free application allows you to submit work requests, city services and also report dangerous conditions or code enforcement issues directly from your phone with pictures/comments.  If you happen to see an area of our city that can be improved, needs maintenance or is of safety concern, PLEASE take a moment to snap a picture and send it in  with the GO Riviera APP. 


Here is an aerial video of Palm Beach Isles
shot by our neighbor Olivier Pouille

 



Get involved and make a difference, if you have the time and interest! 

Island/area community groups (send in your favorites):


Some of our neighbors have put Singer Island on the map
 in the Bahamas (at Old Bahama Bay Resort and Marina,
...bring your sign on your next trip and add it to the post!)

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Reminder:

Garbage Days are Wednesday and Saturday
Our Trash Day is on Wednesdays

Tip: Please put your garbage and trash out no earlier than 7:30PM on the evening prior. If you are out of town, consider asking a neighbor to help out and keep an eye on your home!


 

Ficus Whitefly

Ficus Whitefly is a new pest attacking ficus hedges and trees in South Florida. It is a small insect that feeds on Imageficus stripping the plant of its leaves. If not treated severe damage or death to the plant will occur. Whitefly is now in New Floresta and several of our neighboring communities. It is highly recommended that you treat the ficus on your property or you may risk the loss of your plants and your neighbors plants.

For additional information on Whitefly CLICK HERE.

 

Note:

This web site was created and is being maintained by Palm Beach Isles volunteers and at no cost to the Association.
 


Please send in your suggestions,  comments and/or input!