New "History" Tab
Articles about the history of PBCE will be posted in this new section of the website:
Solid Waste Authority (SWA) Yard Waste Guidelines
The PDF flyer linked below will explain how to prepare your yard waste for weekly pick-up. These guidelines are not new - just not well known. On October 1st, they will enforce the 6 cubic yard maximum per week. Any questions, email: email@example.com. We will be posting additional information.
2019 Membership Dues
We are now collecting membership dues for 2019. Please visit the following page for more information:
Welcome to the Palm Beach Country Estates Landowners Association website! Check this site often for the latest news on what's happening in the area.
Palm Beach Country Estates is a 2000 acre suburban community just west of I-95 off of Donald Ross Road in Palm Beach County. Custom single family homes are situated on a minimum of 1-acre wooded properties. There are approximately 1500 homes built.
The Association, founded in 1980, provides a unified voice for the community when addressing issues that impact the quality of life in Palm Beach Country Estates. The Association is entirely voluntary and run by landowners and has no authority to tell landowners what they can or cannot do. Officers are not compensated in any way for their service.
Meetings are held bi-monthly, usually on the second Tuesday of the month. A newsletter, "Countryside Living", is periodically published.
Membership in the Association gives landowners a vote and a voice and the voluntary dues ($40) help pay the various expenses we incur providing services for the community. Please see the "About Us" page for a more detailed list of what the we do.
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Thank You to Our Generous Adopt-A-Mile
Sidewalk Maintenance Sponsors
The Permit Group (2 miles)
Permit expediting, recording & related services throughout most of Florida.
The Duncans (1 mile)