The Coconut Grove Village Council holds meetings on the:

Last Tuesday of every month at 6:00 PM @ Coconut Grove Elementary

Next meeting on Tuesday, March 31st
Located at 3351 Matilda Street.
(Free parking in teachers’ parking lot behind the school)
We encourage all Coconut Grove residents to attend and bring  issues that concern you to our attention.


We will be having a special guest speaker at our next meeting:
Julie Hollenbeck will be presenting “Our Sea, Our Legacy” about her research regarding the importance of marine access.
Julie Hollenbeck is a PhD student with the European Centre for Environment and Human Health at the University of Exeter in Cornwall, England. She is researching the role social and cultural influences have on marine access and understanding in Liberty City. Julie has a background in broadcasting and public engagement, and has won a Suncoast Emmy as an Associate Producer with the WPBT2 public television program “Changing Seas.” She is also the Associate Director for the University of Miami Master of Professional Science program at the Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science.


News & Events



March is BIKE MONTH!


Friday, March 6th: Bike to Work Day. The Bookstore in the Grove (3390 Mary St.) will host a free breakfast to all in the Grove who bike to work, whether you bike from the Grove or to the Grove. Your bike helmet is your ticket of admission.


March 29, Palm Sunday


They Didn’t Know“, presented by God’s Angels Dance Ministry. Event is at 10:00am at the Greater St. Paul A.M.E. Church, on 3680 Thomas Ave


Waivers & Notifications


We’re making our site more useful for Grove residents! The following link will take you to a our page for waivers & notifications. Listed by applicant, you can browse through different requests that have recently been submitted to the Coconut Grove Village Council.



Grove 2030


In 2030 the village of Coconut Grove will be distinguished by lush, natural beauty; authentic character and traditions; and by a diverse and engaged citizenry. A network of safe, tree-lined neighborhoods will be linked by bike- and pedestrian-friendly pathways to a vibrant, sustainable business core that caters to the Grove’s eclectic mix of inhabitants.


The complete list of statements, along with the “idea board” suggestions, are now available for review at our Grove 2030 page and subpages.