LULA Partners

Neighborhood Association President's Council

The purpose of the Neighborhood Association Presidents' Council (NAPC) is three-fold. First and foremost the NAPC is an educational organization. We strive to coach association leaders on how to recruit members that represent the diversity of Lake Worth’s neighborhoods, formally host and document meetings, present issues to city staff and local government and how to document responses or actions taken by city staff and local government.

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Relocation Information

For detailed information about the greater Lake Worth area, including relocation and tourist information, please contact the Central Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce at (561) 790-6200 or visit their website, www.cpbchamber.com

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Palm Beach County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Tourism is Palm Beach County's number one industry, generating over $2.6 billion dollars annually in our area's economy. The Palm Beach County Convention and Visitors Bureau is charged with the promotion and marketing of the tourism industry in the State of Florida, the United States and international markets.

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Palm Beach County Cultural Council

The Palm Beach County Cultural Council is a multi-faceted cultural organization with top priorities that include marketing the county for cultural tourism, advocating for cultural funding, supporting arts education and providing grants to cultural organizations and artists.

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Palm Beach State College

Palm Beach State College, founded in 1933 as Florida's first public community college, is a diverse, comprehensive institution dedicated to serving the educational needs of Palm Beach County. Integrally linked to the community through strong partnerships, the College provides associate and baccalaureate degrees, professional certificates, workforce development and lifelong learning.

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Downtown Cultural Alliance (DCA)

The Downtown Cultural Alliance is a membership organization of Downtown businesses, galleries, merchants and restaurants. Formed to enhance the downtown corridor, the mission of the DCA will organize and promote events that will benefit the entire community.

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Compass Community Center

Compass aims to diminish stereotypes by challenging long-standing misconceptions about the character of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. We accomplish this by emboldening our youth, promoting pride in our community, and acting as an educator, advocate, health service provider, and focal point for community organizing.  As good neighbors, effective partners, and respected participants in our civic responsibilities, Compass promotes awareness of the caring nature of our diverse community.

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Chamber of Commerce

The mission of the Greater Lake Worth Chamber of Commerce is to foster and promote business growth through networking, education and leadership while preserving a positive community image. We serve as the liaison between business, government, and the community, providing member services and promoting economic development.

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City of Lake Worth

Lake Worth is a coastal city of 37,000 residents and 7 square miles, located in Palm Beach County, Florida. The Atlantic Ocean and the broad waters of the Lake Worth lagoon form the city’s eastern boundary. The cities of West Palm Beach and Palm Beach are its northern neighbors. Its location at the latitude where the subtropics of North America begin gives the city its extraordinary climate and landscape.

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Lake Worth Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA)

The City of Lake Worth is a great place to live, work and visit; it has the intimacy of a small town with the convenience of a thriving urban center. Set in the heart of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth is accessible to interstate arteries, international airports, rail transport, trucking and shipping routes. More than a destination solely for tourism, Lake Worth partners with federal, state and county authorities to establish effective land use, transportation planning and economic development.

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