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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

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What’s Boca Saying? with Matt Spritz

Matt Spritz is running in the GOP primary for the Florida State House of Representative (District 89). Learn about who he is and the...

When a Supporter & an Endorser Get Closer Than They Should

Political jargon is something that seems intentionally muddled. I learned about what separates an endorser from a supporter after reading a recent letter from...

Communication Breakdown In Midtown

As a mayoral candidate in the upcoming August 28h election I've been walking all over Boca's neighborhoods talking to residents face to face. Midtown...

Boca Raton Mayoral Campaign Literature Fact Check

On Monday, June 25, 2018 we received Scott Singer’s campaign literature in the mail and decided to perform a check of the three prominent...

The City's Elected Officials

Mayor
Scott Singer
ssinger@ci.boca-raton.fl.us

Deputy Mayor
Jeremy Rodgers
jrodgers@ci.boca-raton.fl.us

CRA Chair/Council Member
Andrea O’Rourke
aorourke@ci.boca-raton.fl.us

Council Member
Monica Mayotte
mmayotte@ci.boca-raton.fl.us

More Contact Information for City Officials

Calendar of City Meetings

Beach & Parks District

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