Jupiter’s scenic Loxahatchee River meanders through neighborhoods and natural areas, eventually meeting the Intracoastal Waterway and breathtaking Jupiter Inlet at the warm waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Jupiter is also the place for nature-lovers and eco-tourism enthusiasts. There is free public parking along A1A along over 2 and 1/2 miles of Jupiter’s public beach. The famous “dog beach” is a stretch of the shoreline where four-legged friends are welcome. For more coastal fun, several parks, beaches, swimming areas, snorkeling coves and jetties line the inlet. Seven designated natural areas making up over 70 acres of environmentally-protected lands offer nature trails, wildlife observation stations, kayaking and paddle-boarding excursions, and fishing. And Jupiter’s Riverwalk, a planned 2 ½ mile walking and biking path along the Intracoastal, follows the waterway from Jupiter Ridge Natural Area north to Inlet Village where old Jupiter’s working waterfront heritage still lives.
Jupiter has something for everyone. Whether you’re into sports, arts, history, or just expanding your mind, you can take in a play, learn something new, attend a festival, browse through a museum, or catch a pop-fly. Home to the Cardinals’ and Marlins’ Spring Training at Roger Dean Stadium, the Jupiter Riverwalk, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, FAU’s Lifelong Learning Center, and the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum, Jupiter offers so many cultural opportunities, you’ll want to extend your stay just to experience it all.
The feeling of small-town lives on in Jupiter. Friendly neighborhoods and A-rated public schools offer a unique quality of life for Jupiter’s families, professionals, and businesses. Take a walk through one of Jupiter’s neighborhoods and you’ll see active neighborhood parks, neighbors and children walking, biking and playing along safe sidewalks and streets, and a sense of community that comes from pride and peace of mind.
When you discover Jupiter, you’ll find that Jupiter is the land of discovery. Home to the Scripps Research Institute, G4S, the Max Planck Institute, and Florida Atlantic University, Jupiter is the bioscience hub of Palm Beach County. These institutions make exciting scientific and technological advances every day that create unique opportunities for research, academia, and new businesses.
Jupiter’s rich history spans thousands of years, involving Indians and explorers, settlers and pioneers. The famous Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, which sits atop an ancient shell mound, is a beautiful place to learn about the visits by early Spanish explorers, Seminole Indians, maritime shipwrecks, and even World War II radio stations. Jupiter’s early Indian inhabitants and famous pioneer families, such as the DuBois and the Whites, left us with rich stories and artifacts of Old Florida life along the beautiful Loxahatchee River.
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Known for its extraordinary quality of life and dynamic business climate, Palm Beach Gardens was founded in 1959 by insurance magnate John D. MacArthur. The City’s incorporated boundaries span over 56 square miles, making Palm Beach Gardens one of the largest land areas in Palm Beach County. Residents enjoy many art and cultural opportunities, world-class golf courses, luxury shopping, day spas, resorts, and outstanding dining opportunities. In addition, the City is dedicated to protecting its natural beauty, with nearly 45% of its total land dedicated to conservation.
The Gardens, as it is affectionately called, has been able to stay true to the vision of founder by maintaining a careful balance of green space and development. As you explore, you will find tree lined streets and lush gardens intertwined with homes and businesses. It truly is a cosmopolitan city with a small town feel. Beautiful beaches are located within a mile, making The Gardens a tropical paradise.
Public art is valued in the community where over one hundred art pieces exist citywide due to an active public art program and partnership with the business community. The Palm Beach Gardens City Hall Lobby is home to a rotating national art exhibit providing an opportunity for the public to engage in a cultural exchange with various artists throughout the year.
Palm Beach Gardens prides itself in the close relationship with the local business community and works to develop policies that respect commercial interests, while maintaining the high standards and unique characteristics of the City. With a highly-educated workforce, economic and tax incentives, as well as access to transportation routes, a diverse array of companies and many corporate headquarters thrive in The Gardens.
Known as “The Golf Capital”, Palm Beach Gardens is home to 14 golf courses, including PGA National Resort & Spa. The City of Palm Beach Gardens is the Host City to the Honda Classic and home to the PGA of America. Palm Beach Gardens is a vibrant Florida community with a year-round sunny disposition and a lush, tropical ambiance that boasts an outstanding quality of life for its residents and visitors. Today, many PGA and LPGA players call Palm Beach Gardens their home.
561-799-4100 | www.pbgfl.com
Juno Beach is a predominately residential seaside community who’s vision is to have neighbors join together to share an exceptional quality of life. The Town of Juno Beach is a partnership of residents, businesses and Town staff creating a hometown atmosphere that emphasizes community involvement, cultural activities and natural beauty. Fine oceanfront estates and condominiums provide an ideal setting for a vacation or permanent residence. With Juno Beach, activities range from sunbathing, swimming and fishing to walking, jogging and bicycling.
The Town of Juno Beach was incorporated in 1953 and is located approximately 14 miles north of West Palm Beach, which is the county seat of Palm Beach County. The Town encompasses an area of 2.65 square miles. This special and unique Town is an island with the Intracoastal Waterway to the West, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Jupiter Inlet to the north and Palm Beach Inlet to the south. Offshore lies Spanish wrecks dating back to the 1500’s. The barrier island was created by the cutting of the Intracoastal Waterway. The waterway was dredged along the watershed of Old Lake Worth Creek and cut through Lake Worth in 1898. Ocean and Intracoastal provide a part of the attraction of the Town of Juno Beach.
The Town has operated under the Council-Manager form of government since 1985. Policymaking and legislative authority are vested in a five member Town Council. The Council is elected on a non-partisan basis. Council members serve three-year staggered terms. The Council members are elected at large and every year they select a mayor, vice mayor and vice mayor pro tem. The Town Council is responsible, among other things, for passing ordinances, adopting the budget, appointing committees, and hiring both the Town Manager and Town Attorney. The Town Manager is responsible for carrying out policies and ordinances of the Town Council, for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the government, and for appointing the heads of the various departments.
The Town provides general municipal services such as police, planning and zoning, building, code enforcement, public works, stormwater utilities and cultural events. Fire services are provided by Palm Beach County. Utility services, such as water and wastewater are provided by neighboring jurisdictions/agencies (Town of Jupiter, Loxahatchee River District, Seacoast Utility Authority).
The Town has many special features that contribute to this wonderful place to live, recreate and visit. Some of the following special features of Juno Beach are the beach, Juno Beach Pier, Loggerhead Marinelife Center, environmentally sensitive lands and Town Center.
Town of Juno Beach
After over 100 years of graceful evolution, Palm Beach today is a fully developed community, world-renowned for its beauty, quality of life and small-town character. It is home to “Captains of Industry” and the world famous Worth Avenue. Approximately 9,000 citizens make Palm Beach their year-round home, and about 20,000 more have a seasonal home in Palm Beach where they enjoy the winter months. Together, these residents of Palm Beach donate more money per capita to charities than any other community in America. The Town is governed by an elected Mayor and a five-member Council, operates under the Council-Manager form of government, and provides a full range of quality municipal services. It has an active historic preservation program, strict zoning standards, high levels of public safety and public works services, 3 miles of public beaches, and a wide array of recreation programs, including award-winning golf and tennis facilities.
561.838.5400 | www.townofpalmbeach.com
Beautifully framed by the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, Singer Island is a picturesque peninsula known for its pristine beaches, beautiful year-round weather, and high-rise opulent condominiums. Known by locals as the “condo corridor,” Singer Island has more than 20 condominium complexes in its four mile stretch of lush, tropical land. Condos for sale on Singer Island range in price from $200,000 for an interior unit to more than $8 million for an oceanfront penthouse. Amenities in these luxurious complexes include private balconies and elevators, garage parking, beach access, resort-style swimming pools, outdoor grilling areas, media rooms, libraries, fitness facilities, and much more. Because the condo lifestyle is low-maintenance, it is a popular choice for seasonal residents and retirees. In addition to condos, Singer Island real estate includes stately homes that showcase waterfront views and that are extremely popular with anglers who desire docks with quick and easy ocean access via the Palm Beach Inlet.