Board of County Commissioners meetings are held in the Robert Weisman Palm Beach County Governmental Center located at 301 N. Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach. The entrance is in the courtyard on the west side of the building.
2019 marks the 110th year of Palm Beach County government, and similar to the protocol established at the commissioners’ first meeting on July 6, 1909, residents today are welcome to speak at Board of County Commissioners (BCC) meetings. They are held in the Jane M. Thompson Memorial Chambers, 6th floor, Robert Weisman Palm Beach County Governmental Center, 301 N. Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach. Board meetings are held on one or more Tuesdays each month. For the agendas and meeting schedule, visit
Attendees may offer comments on consent and regular agenda items. Also, anyone is welcome to speak on public hearing items. In addition, citizens can speak about any topic within the scope of the jurisdiction of the BCC during Matters by the Public, usually held in the afternoon of the first BCC meeting of the month (except for January and August). Everything that is said at meetings is documented and kept in the Clerk and Comptroller’s records. Meeting
agendas are available online.
The BCC meetings are cablecast live on PBC TV Channel 20 on the county
website that also posts countywide news items. Residents can stay in touch with their commissioners by calling a district office or sending an email. Visit your
commissioner’s website for information about community events in your district. To find out who your commissioner is, visit
Palm Beach County Clerk & Comptroller employees provided access to the Board of County Commissioners meeting minutes that are stored in archives. Their assistance was instrumental in the production of this article.