Lake Worth Beach is a coastal city of 7 square miles, located in Palm Beach County, Florida. Downtown Lake Worth Beach is the artistic soul of Palm Beach County with a historic theater and a museum, live music clubs, coffee houses, art galleries, antique malls, retail stores, and many restaurants.
Mission and Purpose
The Mission of the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEBO) is to ensure that all local small businesses have an equitable opportunity to participate in the County's procurement process. Our purpose is to work with all County departments to provide support and technical assistance while promoting the economic growth, expansion and increased productivity of all small, minority, women-owned business enterprises in accordance with the established ordinance, policies and guidelines.
With compassion and respect, we assist victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, homicide, DUI and other violent crimes through
crisis response, advocacy, therapy, and community awareness. 5 locations located throughout Palm Beach County.
Growing brighter futures by providing quality service, education, and access to resources and opportunities.
Empowering youth and families to realize their full potential and be the driving force of a thriving community.
The right to vote is one of the fundamental liberties we enjoy as Americans. It is also one of the greatest civic responsibilities U.S. Citizens have. Exercise your right to vote and understand your responsibilities as a voter.
If you are not already registered to vote in Florida, eligible individuals can register to vote at any time. The deadline to register to participate in an upcoming election is 29 days before the election.
Your residential address on file at our office determines the issues and candidates that will be on your ballot. You may also include a different mailing address for us to use when sending elections-related materials, including your Vote-by-Mail ballot if you request one.
Your party affiliation determines which candidates will be on your ballot during Primary Elections. Florida is a closed primary state, which means that you must be registered with a political party to vote in that party's Primary Election. You may change your party affiliation at any time, but it must be done 29 days before a Primary Election to be valid for that election.
If you prefer not to be affiliated with a party, you may register as No Party Affiliation (NPA). In that case, only non-partisan races or issues included in the Primary Election will be on your ballot unless a Universal Primary Contest occurs. A Universal Primary Contest occurs when all candidates in the same race have the same party affiliation and the winner will have no opposition in the General Election.