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Sounds at Sundown on March 2nd

Sounds at Sundown on Saturday, March 2nd

Plan to dance the night away on Saturday, March 2nd at Sounds at Sundown. From 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., there will be food trucks, vendors and live music at the corner of Margate Boulevard and State Road 7.

Taking the stage will be the Fusion Band, a high energy show and dance band, playing music from the 60s to current hits.

Bring your lawn chairs and blankets, and plan to spend the evening dancing and singing under the stars. For more information, visit margatefl.com.

Waterway Cleanup on Saturday, March 2nd

Waterway Cleanup on Saturday, March 2nd at Veterans Park

Join us this Saturday, March 2nd, for the Broward County Waterway Cleanup at Veterans Park, located at 7044 NW 1st Street. The Cleanup event will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and volunteers will be provided with garbage bags, gloves, a t-shirt and tickets to trash bash after-party event.

The Broward County Waterway Cleanup is organized by the Marine Industries Association of South Florida to help ensure that both the community as a whole and the marine industry could enjoy our local waterways. This year is the first time the Cleanup is being held in Margate. Volunteer service hours are available for participating students. For more information about the event, please visit waterwaycleanup.org.

Paying Water Bills with Doxo

Caution! Paying Water Bill with DOXO

It has been brought to the City’s attention that some water customers are using an online account organization service called DOXO to pay their water bills. Please know that the City of Margate has NOT contracted with this company to accept payments, and payments made to this company are not being forwarded to the City in a timely manner - if at all.

Also, Vice Mayor Tommy Ruzzano’s name and email address are listed on the DOXO site. Please know that he is NOT AFFILIATED with this site, nor did he approve the use of his name on the site.

For your convenience, City of Margate utility customers may conveniently pay their water bill online (no fees added) at margatefl.com, in person at City Hall (5790 Margate Boulevard) or at any Amscot location (in cash only and a $2 service fee will be charged per transaction), or by using the Night Drop Box located in the City Hall parking lot.

Registration Open for Margate Citizens Academy

Registration Open for Margate Citizens Academy

The City of Margate is inviting residents to participate in Margate Citizens Academy (MCA), an eight-week interactive program designed to help residents get an up-close look at local government.

Applications are available for the next session, which begins on Tuesday, April 23rd.

Margate Citizens Academy is free and open to Margate residents and business owners over 18 years of age. Classes will take place once per week from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at various City facilities including City Hall, Calypso Cove, the Department of Environmental and Engineering Services, a fire station, the Police Training & Transit Center, and the Northwest Focal Point Senior Center. A light dinner will be served from 6 to 6:30 p.m.

For more information and to apply, please visit margatefl.com/mca.


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