Department of Development
Lobby Hours (Mon-Fri): 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
City Hall - West Wing 100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd.
Boynton Beach, FL 33435-0310
The Department of Development provides services that enhance the physical environment and promote the economic development of the City. To this end, the Department of Development plays a vital part in the life cycle of land use and building in the City.
Working closely with the Palm Beach County Business Development Board as well as the County Economic Development office, the Department of Development has extensive experience in expediting approvals for businesses large and small.
NEW! Current Development Projects page contains public information about project status, site plan and and other documents.
Boynton Beach Green Building Program
Workforce Housing Program - April 19, 2017 Presentation to the City Commission
Workforce Housing Program - August 15, 2017 Presentation to the City Commission
Development Orientation Workshop, April 29, 2016: City Commission and staff, Boynton Beach City Library Program Room, 208 S. Seacrest Blvd.
- City Commission Workshop Development Review Agenda
- "Development 101" Review: 1. Fundamentals of Planning & Development; 2. Development Approval Process; 3. Legislative & Quasi-Judicial Hearings; 4. Community Redevelopment Agency
- Common Planning Acronyms
Heart of Boynton Community Redevelopment Plan Update
Click here to see the presentation
View the Land Development Regulations, also known as the “Zoning Code”.
Ordinance 09-024, Expedited Permitting for Workforce and Affordable Housing, Green Certified Projects, and Designated Businesses.
Preparing for Hurricane and Storm Flooding
Ordinance 12-014 (passed on 9-14-12) allows for the establishment of permitting and adoption of standards to allow dogs in outdoor areas of restaurants. Click here for more information on dogs in outdoor seating of restaurants. For a Dog Friendly Dining Application click here.
Renovating a home, child care facility, or school built before 1978?
Click here for information on new federal laws requiring contractors to provide information regarding lead hazards.