West Palm Beach

As one of the three largest cities making up the South Florida region, and the central city of Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach is a vibrant, growing, waterfront city that offers the business advantages available in the region, combined with a more refined and relaxed environment for living and working.

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Incorporated November 5, 1894, it is the oldest incorporated municipality in Southeast Florida

It covers an area of 57.73 square miles

U.S. Census 2020 population is 117,286

Average elevation is 13 feet above sea level


Park and Ride Lots are specialized parking lots that are located in strategically placed areas away from heavy congestion. Their purpose is to serve local fixed transit routes, express buses, carpoolers, and vanpoolers.


The City offers a superlative business climate bolstered with all you need to prosper and succeed, combined with a local pro-business government and a vibrant, supportive business community.

But unlike other centers of business in the United States, West Palm Beach offers a rich, rewarding lifestyle that other Florida cities can only envy. Basking in sunshine and graced by swaying palms, the City was born as the down-to-earth business center of its aristocratic neighbor, Palm Beach.


  • Palm Beach International Airport is the gateway to West Palm Beach.
  • Tri-Rail (South Florida Regional Transportation Authority - RTA) is a regional passenger train system that provides service from the Miami International Airport to Mangonia Park in Palm Beach County.
  • Brightline is a regional express passenger rail service that provides streamlined connections between Downtown Miami, Downtown Fort Lauderdale, and Downtown West Palm Beach.
  • Palm Tran is the regional bus service for Palm Beach County with service throughout the County. 
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