Schools kids gather at Lakeside park to take green pledge. Perform a small skit around greens along with a poetry or a song. Selected senior students swill be taken to nursery for a tour.
Take part in the Eco-friendly Ganesha Making Workshop and bring your creative self to life. in a nature-friendly way.
Inviting all plant lovers for interactive workshops on 'Bonsai preparation and their maintenance' and 'House plants care and maintenance' conducted by Mrs. Kirti P. Pingle and Mr. Sameer Rane, respectively.
Come home to happier plants!
We have arranged bus services for Palava residents.
Xperia mall bus stop - 10 am
MLCP bus stop
The Palava City Management Association (PCMA) is an independent body comprising of city administration experts, urban planners and citizens of Palava, who together act as the governance and administration body for this rapidly growing city. They have been set up with the goal of creating an environment that aids the development of all stakeholders of the city.
PCMA is empowered to manage, monitor and regulate operations and maintenance of all city amenities and infrastructure, as well as support all aspects of civic life in Palava – from organising sports and cultural activities to establishing and running the city’s social responsibility program.
PCMA’s governing council will be responsible for formulating various rules and regulations for city management; and be responsible for everything from collecting bill payments, to the formulation and implementation of city policies with the goal of providing hassle-free, high-quality and yet cost- effective services. PCMA will aim for sustainable operations of the city that will reduce dependence on external resources and minimize wastage through smart operations.
In view of further streamlining the Mobility operations we would be rerouting the Buses plying from LSG to Xperia w.e.f 16th June 2019, all the buses would be starting from Downtown at Eviva Stop. Please find attached User Document for detailed process.Transport Time Table Revised v3-2019-20.pdf Close