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The Village sets the millage rate annually during budget. The history of our millage rates document is available as link on this page under Village Financial Reports. You can also go to the PBC Property Appraiser’s web site (see Quick Link on this page) and look up your current and proposed taxes.
Your library card is your key to all of our services. Library cards are available free to Palm Springs residents, and to residents served by libraries in The Library Cooperative of Palm Beach County.
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Yes. printer services are available at a low cost. B&W 20¢/page. Color 50¢/page.
Yes. the copy machine only prints in Black & White. 20¢/page.
The Palm Springs Library currently has Email to Print Service. if you have a document or photo to print from your device you can attach it to an email and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org for black and white or send it to email@example.com for a color print. The document must be in one of the supported files formats: PDF, JPG, TIF, BMP, GIF. Once sent, you will receive a confirmation email with further instructions to follow. The printer will retain the document for 2 hours.
Cost: Black & White 20¢/page. Color-50¢/page
Yes. The library currently has 2 computers with access to a scanner. There is no fee associated with the scanner service.
Yes. We have a meeting room and conference room. An application must be filled out to reserve the room(s). Please call 561-584-8350 to obtain an application via email or stop by the circulation desk to obtain a hard copy. FEES: Weekdays $50.00/hour - Weekends $75.00/hour for meeting room or conference room. Setup/break down $10.00 non- refundable. Deposit: $200.00 deposit that will be refunded if the facility is left clean and undamaged.
Yes, it is available throughout the building. Please see a staff member to obtain the password information.
Yes. (2) Two study rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis, patrons must have a Palm Springs Library Card to utilize the rooms.
Florida State Statute 316.066(5)(a) states that crash reports are confidential for period of 60 days after the report is filed. However, such reports are available to the parties involved in the crash including vehicle owners, their legal representatives, insurance companies/agents, prosecutorial authorities, victim services programs, and certain media outlets as described in the exemption. All authorized persons must have proper ID and have completed an “Affidavit for Release of Crash Report”. Crash reports may be requested, in person, by phone (561)304-4867 or online at Forms • Palm Springs, FL • CivicEngage (vpsfl.org). NOTE when you use the online link you will be directed to sign in or create and account to access the system. You will only have to do this on the first visit. For immediate access, authorized persons may request a report via the www.FloridaCrashPortal.gov website.
Reports can be requested at Forms • Palm Springs, FL • CivicEngage (vpsfl.org), calling (561) 304-4867 or by coming in the lobby of the police station during business hours. NOTE when you use the online link you will be directed to sign in or create and account to access the system. You will only have to do this on the first visit
Evidence and Property can be requested at Forms • Palm Springs, FL • CivicEngage (vpsfl.org), Please note you must make an request an appointment to pick up property or evidence.. NOTE when you use the online link you will be directed to sign in or create and account to access the system. You will only have to do this on the first visit
Florida State Statute 119.07 allows public records requests to be responded to in a “reasonable amount of time to retrieve the record and delete those portions of the record the custodian asserts are exempt.” This cannot be defined in days, hours or minutes, as each request is unique within itself. The Records unit strives to fulfill all requests as quickly as possible. Coupled with application of law(s) and accountability of completeness, we strive to provide the best records possible within the law and within a reasonable time frame. Criminal reports under investigation will not be released until they are no longer open and actiive.
Contact records Forms • Palm Springs, FL • CivicEngage (vpsfl.org)or call during business hours to make a request.
The final disposition of a case is determined by the State Attorney’s office www.sa15.state.fl.us and on file with the clerk of the court www.pbcountyclerk.com/.
Florida Statutes, 943.0585 and 943.059, set forth the criteria that must be met in order to be eligible to have a criminal history record sealed or expunged. In addition, these statutes also state that in order to have a criminal history record sealed or expunged within the State of Florida, an individual must first make application to the FDLE for a Certificate of Eligibility
www.fdle.state.fl.us/ . Please note that the issuance of a Certificate of Eligibility does not mean that your criminal history record will be ordered sealed or expunged. It merely indicates that you are statutorily eligible for the type of relief that is being requested.
The FDLE provides applications for Certification of Eligibility to the Clerk of Courts in all sixty- seven (67) counties throughout the State of Florida. These application packages may be obtained from the Palm Beach County Clerk of the Court at www.pbcountyclerk.com/ . If you reside outside the State of Florida, you may request that an application package be mailed to you from the Clerk of the Court.
Once this packet has been completed, accepted by the Clerk of the Court, Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the State Attorney's office, this agency will be notified, and court ordered to follow either the seal or expungement order as outlined in the court documents. You will not be required to provide the Palm Springs police department with any documents as this will come directly from the Clerk of the Court.
There is only one type of background check available to you from this agency. It is a local background check only. This means, that the information provided is only generated from our computer database. For all others, contact the municipality that generated the report within their jurisdiction.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement maintains the criminal history list of all arrests within the State of Florida. For a Criminal History Background check, log onto the FDLE website for information www.fdle.state.fl.us/.
A public record is outlined in Florida State Statute 119.011(11) as, all documents papers, letters, maps, books, tapes, photographs, films, sound recordings, data processing software, or other material, regardless of the physical form, characteristics, or means of transmissions, made or received pursuant to law or ordinance or in connection with the transactions of official business of any agency. All materials made or received by an agency in connection with official business, which are used to perpetuate, communicate or formalize knowledge. All such materials, regardless of whether they are in final form, are open for public inspection unless the Legislature has exempted them from disclosure.
Florida State Statute, 119.07(4)(a)1, authorizes the custodian of records to charge a fee for duplication of records. Please contact us for a detailed list of charges.
Your utility bill is due upon receipt. A $15.00 late fee will be assessed to your account if the total amount due is not paid in full by the 8th day of every month.
We have a permanent drop-off box located near the utilities drive-thru window which may be accessed 24 hours a day. The drop box is emptied once per day and will be processed the next business day with the exception of the 8th of the month the box is emptied at 5:00 pm and processed the same day. You can also make a payment online using a valid credit card.
If your water has been disconnected please contact the Utilities Office at (561) 965-5770. If service has been disconnected due to non-payment a $60.00 re-connection fee will be assessed along with full payment of the total balance due to have the water services restored.
Contact the Utilities Department at (561) 584-8200 and follow the prompts to report a water or sewer break.
Public records include all documents, papers, letters, maps, books, tapes, data processing software, or other materials, regardless of their physical form, characteristics, or method of transmission, made or received by any agency in connection with the transaction of official business, regardless of their physical form, characteristics, or method of transmission. FS 119.011(12).
If the request takes less than 20 minutes of staff time and no significant resources are used, there will be no labor charge. Instead, there will be the cost of duplicating the records.
Turnaround time to fulfill public records requests varies depending on the type of record requested.
Public records copies can be requested in several ways. You can request an electronic copy (if available), by mail or through our Online Public Records Village Clerk Portal. You can also pick up copies in person.
You may call 561-584-8200 Ext 9 and someone will be happy to assist you.