Welcome to Village Green, wonderfully located on the west side of the City of Bradenton, Florida, just a few blocks from the Palma Sola Bay beaches and three miles from Anna Maria Island and its world famous Gulf of Mexico beaches.
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City of Bradenton Police Department Reminders
Posted on May 9th, 2023
The Bradenton police would like all members of the Village Green community to be vigilant about securing bicycles. There have been a few reports lately about stolen bikes. When left unlocked and in plain sight, even good kids feeling mischievous can be tempted on a dare to take a bike. 
The police advise that everyone who owns a bicycle take the time to write down the serial numbers and keep them in a safe place. A stolen bike can be traced through that number if it turns up at a bike shop even if that shop ends up being in a different state. But the best course of action is to lock up bikes because these are not professionals in our neck of the woods, they are opportunists. If you have a garage for storage, that's even better.
Report thefts, or any other suspicious activity you might witness, by calling the non-emergency number: 941-932-9300.
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