Village of Tequesta

In 1957, the Village of Tequesta began as one man's vision and is now a thriving village of 1.9 square miles with a population of 5,871. From the serene Loxahatchee River to the breathtaking oceanfront homes, residents are drawn to Tequesta by natural beauty, a strong sense of community and genuine, hometown friendliness.

Jupiter Island

The Town of Jupiter Island is situated on a barrier island on the south end of Martin County. The Town consists of approximately 1,643 acres of land bound on the east by nine miles of ocean frontage and on the west by the Intracoastal Waterway. The Town's permanent population is 584 with a seasonal population of approximately 1,775.The story of Jupiter Island is a story about land and the respect that the people living on that land have for itThe Town was established by the Florida Legislature in 1953. The climate and environmental resources of Jupiter Island have contributed to the development of a high-quality, low-density residential community that seeks to preserve natural resources to the maximum extent possible. The primary land uses in the Town are single-family residential development in secluded estates and homes and conservation/preservation. The few commercial land uses within the Town exist primarily to serve residents. The remaining vacant land is designated for single-family residential, recreational and conservation uses.

Jupiter Coastline

With convenient roadside parking, designated bike path and boardwalks over the dunes, the stretch of coast along Jupiter is a perfect beach site. The beach is a wide strip of sand protected by high dunes. Stairs lead from the road down to the guarded beach and showers are located along the boardwalk. Parking is free and various beach rentals are available.On the coasts of Florida, Jupiter is one of the most sought after destinations. It is well-planned community and offers many things to its residents ranging from colorful flowers, white sand beaches, cobalt-blue seas and carefully preserved nature sanctuaries to balmy breeze. It is one of the best towns located on the Gold Coast in Florida.   

Jupiter Inland

The Town of Jupiter covers a 22-square-mile area and is home to 49,385 who live in the area stretching from the Atlantic Ocean, west beyond Interstate 95 and Florida's Turnpike. The town's earliest known records of the Jupiter Inlet date to 1565. In the 1800s the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse was built.

Juno Beach

A quiet oceanfront community with a small-town atmosphere, Juno Beach has a population of 3,637 and an area of 2.1-square-miles. Tucked neatly between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, Juno Beach is a favored retirement and vacation retreat. In fact, the population doubles in the winter months.

Palm Beach Gardens

  Palm Beach Gardens is a Signature City, founded in 1959 by John D. MacArthur. Considered the golf capital of the world and home to the headquarters of the PGA of America and The Honda Classic, the Gardens encompasses 55.93 square miles and is home to 48,176 residents.  Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, is a Signature City which celebrates quality-of-life by fostering an environment of excellence. With over 30% of land mass dedicated to green space, recreation programs tailored for residents of all ages, an award-winning Art in Public Places program, a pro-active business climate that embraces innovation and an intrinsic understanding of the balance between social and economic conditions, Palm Beach Gardens is much more than the ultimate vacation spot. The Gardens - A place to Live, Learn, Work, and Play!

North Palm Beach

North Palm Beach was incorporated in 1956 and is a thriving community of 12,476 residents. The Village is best known for its quality of life and comprehensive recreation and leisure services, including its Jack Nicklaus "Signature" Golf Course, voted #10 in Florida in Golfweek's "Best Courses You Can Play."

Singer Island

Singer Island is located in the east central region of Palm Beach County, Florida. It is part of Riviera Beach. The latitude of Singer Island is 26.784N. The longitude is -80.037W, the easternmost point of Florida.  Singer Island is actually a peninsula and not an island. It was connected to Palm Beach island before the Palm Beach inlet was created.Named after the Singer Sewing Machine founder, Singer Island has parks, marinas, hiking and bike paths, as well as 47 miles (75.6 km) of sparkling white sand beaches that has been considered one of the top five beaches in Palm Beach County

Lake Park

Whether visiting Historic Town Hall, our beautifully appointed parks or the busy Harbor Marina on the Intracoastal Waterway, you're welcome here! Situated between Silver Beach Road and North Lake Boulevard on Federal Highway, this small town with big ambitions is close to everything except the frenzied big city lifestyle

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