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Boca Raton is one of South Florida's most popular and beautiful cities. We have a local government responsible for making and following laws and ordinances. The City's elected officials are oversee zoning and the approval of building plans as part of their roles. Five people are elected to govern the City:  the Mayor and four Council Members. Each of these seats have three year terms. These elected officials are limited to serving two consecutive terms in office. 

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Politics & Development News

Congratulations to Scott Singer

Part of our democratic process is accepting that sometimes things go the opposite of what you voted for. The majority of people might disagree...

Letters to Al Zucaro

After the Special Election was over, Al Zucaro received many messages of support and otherwise. Here are some of the letters he asked us...

Reflection on the Special Election of 2018

At one time, all the people who moved here felt pretty much the same way. What changed? Politics can easily be split into two camps: the...

It’s August 28th! – VOTE TODAY!

Today is the day for Boca Raton's Special Election. Today is the day to vote. Find Your Polling Place with the Precinct Finder - CLICK...

Follow the Money

Publisher's Comment: Six plus years ago, BocaWatch arrived on the scene here in Boca Raton. Its objective was to return the residents’ voice to city...

The City's Elected Officials

Scott Singer

Deputy Mayor
Jeremy Rodgers

CRA Chair/Council Member
Andrea O’Rourke

Council Member
Monica Mayotte

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Calendar of City Meetings

Beach & Parks District


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