Mark your calendars for Palm Bay's Independence Day Celebration presented by @Giant Recreation World - Palm Bay and the City of Palm Bay. Join us Wednesday July 4th at Eastern Florida State College - Palm Bay Campus from 4pm to 9pm for Brevard County's biggest and best celebration including over 25 food trucks, a kids' zone, live music, vendors, free parking and a huge fireworks spectacular!
The City of Palm Bay Utilities Department has released its Annual Water Quality Report detailing testing performed on the water system during 2017. The water quality report can be viewed online at http://www.palmbayflorida.org/home/showdocument?id=20060
A copy of the report can be picked up at Customer Service located at 120 Malabar Road.
Come along with our Stormwater Special Projects Manager as he provides an update on just some of the major Stormwater projects the city has been working on over the last 6 months. For more information visit www.palmbayflorida.org/swutility.
Hello to all our supportive community members!
We are closing-in on our deadline for food and commercial vendor applicants for our Palm Bay Independence Day Celebration on July 4th!
If you or anyone you know would be interested in selling their products, tasty food, or just promote a small local business/activity, please have them contact us! We would love for you to get the amazing publicity that this event brings to the City of Palm Bay every year and don't want you to miss out! OVER 30,000 PEOPLE! What. It's incredible.
Please sign up today! Your deadline to register is WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27th by 5:00pm. Contact Amanda.Eversz@pbfl.org to save your spot today! 😃
Mark your calendars for the 2018 Palm Bay Independence Day Celebration presented by Giant Recreation World - Palm Bay and the City of Palm Bay. We have so much fun in store for the whole family. Free concert by Blue Stone Circle, 25+ food trucks, vendors, kids zone, and a special musical performance by Mackenzie Carey Music, Palm Bay's own American Idol contestant.
Friends of Palm Bay and surrounding Brevard County! We are still accepting vendor spaces for our Independence Day Celebration and we want YOU to have one of those spaces!
They are filling up quickly but we want to encourage our local food trucks and commercial vendors to sign up sooner rather than later. $100 for Food Vendors, $80 for commercial vendors, and $40 for non-profits/Chamber members.
THIS EVENT WILL. BE. HUGE! We are expecting 40,000+ people that day! So don't wait until the last minute! Make your plans with us for the 4th of July for the annual Palm Bay Independence Day Celebration! This event is presented by Giant Recreation World - Palm Bay and the City of Palm Bay. Hip, Hip, Partay!
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We are all set up for tonight’s Free Movie in the Park. Walmart just fired up their popcorn machine and will be giving out FREE popcorn. Bring your doggies out to enjoy the movie Bolt! Dog training presentation starts at 7 pm.
We are at the dog park spreading the word with our furry friends about the Free Movie in the Park - Bolt (PG) TOMORROW NIGHT.
From 5:30-10:00pm behind Ted Whitlock Community Center at our beautiful Fred Poppe Regional Park.
Food trucks, dog training with Dog Training with Liz, homemade dog treats, free popcorn provided by your local Walmart Palm Bay , and a movie for you and your best friend.
Can’t wait to see you there! Like and share with your friends! BARK BARK!
6/18/18 - PBFR units E-2, E-3, E-5, DC-2 and BCFR units R-83 and R-85 from C-Shift were just on scene of a single truck accident involving an adult female driver and 2 teenage passengers. The accident required extrication and occurred on West Malabar Rd by Bavarian Ave SW. First Flight flew out the driver and one passenger was flown by AirCare to Orlando. The other passenger escaped with minor injuries.
PBFR run totals for the month of MAY
Emergency Medical Service 874
EMS – Motor Vehicle Accident 55
False Alarm Incidents 53
Hazardous Condition Incidents 13
Service Calls & All Other Incidents 292
Total Reported Incidents May 2018 - 1,323
Officers are currently on scene assisting FHP on a fatal traffic crash at the intersection of Minton Road and Hield. Traffic NB is shut down from Palm Bay Road, and SB from Norfolk Parkway. The area will be shut down while investigators are on scene. Please avoid the area.
Commander Augello asks for everyone to lookout for our Seniors at the start of summer.
Summer officially starts June 21 but the Summer Heat is here now. Seniors have higher risks for experiencing heat stress or heat-related death. Palm Bay officers will be checking with a number of our seniors 80+ throughout the summer and providing them with a list of community partners and services providers. For those who don’t have family in the area, neighbors can literally be life savers. Checking on your neighbor and offering a helping hand has an impact that can’t be measured.
The Palm Bay Police Department continually strives for excellent community service. In order to measure our success, we are conducting a survey of your opinions regarding the quality of our services. Your comments are important to us. Please take a moment of your time to tell us how you feel.
Don't forget, June 7th is the last day to pick up your hurricane supplies tax free. Did you take advantage of the tax holiday? Let us know what you've added to your emergency supplies this year. #PathwaysToPreparedeness #HurricaneSeason2018
Palm Bay Traffic Investigators need your help.
On 06-05-18 at approximately 10:25 PM Officers responded to a motorcycle crash near the intersection of San Filippo and Treeland Drive south of the Park Apartments. The rider of the motorcycle, a 26 year old white male is currently hospitalized in critical condition. Investigators are seeking information from witnesses and anyone in the area at the time of the crash. You can call 321-952-3456 for the Lead Investigator Ofc. Moore.
Check out our June calendar for open gym hours and events!
Don't forget to come out to Ted Whitlock Community Center tonight from 5:30pm to 10pm for a free movie in the park! We will be showing Bolt! All family and friends are invited (canines, too)! Walmart will be providing free popcorn! The movie starts at dusk behind the community center, but come before the event to check out the food trucks, music and more!
Where are you taking the kids tomorrow? How about Palm Bay Parks & Recreation summer camp? We have 2 locations, the Tony Rosa Community Center and the Ted Whitlock Community Center. Camps run daily from 7 AM to 6 PM from May 29 through July 27. $100 per week/$30 per day (teen camp weekly only). Discounts available. Fun Camp ages 6-12, Teen Camp ages 12-15. Info: www.PBFL.org/SummerDay or www.PBFL.org/TeenCamp.
We are open today from 9am to 5pm for open gym! We will be closed on Monday, then beginning Summer Camp on Tuesday! Please remember that open gym will not start until 6pm during camp. For questions or more information, please call 321-952-3231.
We are offering Summer Fun and Summer Teen camps this year at the Tony Rosa Community Center and the @teTed Whitlock Community Center. We have camp for all kids from age 6 through 15.
Info: www.PBFL.org/SummerCamp or www.PBFL.org/TeenCamp
Beginning June 7, we will have a self-defense course on Thursday evenings (women only) and Saturday mornings (open to everyone). Each course is six 90-minute sessions. The cost is $50 per session per person. For more information, check out the flyer or call us at 321-952-3231!