Neighborhoods in Royal Palm Beach, Florida may be open developments or gated communities. Many homes have large eat-in kitchens, screened patios, and some may even overlook the water. If you aren't fortunate enough to get a waterfront view, your new Florida home may have a scenic view of a golf course. Either way, if you choose this town of eleven square miles as your home, you'll only have a short drive to get a whiff of ocean air.
Royal Palm Beach is one of a handful of small towns in southeastern Florida that constitute Palm Beach County. Royal Palm Beach sits in the center of the Palm Beaches. This town has a mixed white and blue collar work force and the members of the approximately 35,000 person community are equally diverse. Many residents speak both English and Spanish. Nature preservation is just as important to this town's residents as cultural diversity. Royal Palm Beach has been one of National Arbor Day Foundation's Tree Cities for nearly twenty-five years. Bike paths stretch for miles to accommodate the outdoor nature lovers. In addition to maintaining the beautiful, green landscape, the entire town has been designated a bird sanctuary.
Due to the closeness of the Palm Beach communities, information on surrounding events can be discovered at the Palm Beach visitor center in West Palm Beach. Local fall festivals are a great chance to meet new neighbors and network within the community. You can read about upcoming events in your new community in the local newspaper publication. The village of Royal Palm Beach maintains an easily navigated website that has a community calendar and provides information on transportation, education, and open job opportunities. Upon request, the village of Royal Palm Beach will even send you a new resident welcome packet. This sort of hospitality must be the reason this town was voted one of the Top Ten Best Towns for Families by Family Circle Magazine!