HURRICANE IRMA RELIEF INFORMATION

This is Chief John Pruitt with Hurricane Irma Relief and Recovery information. Several local police departments have sent officers to SW Florida and the Florida Keys to assist the National Guard and overwhelmed local authorities distribute water and necessities and provide shelter to thousands of hurricane victims. We have sent Lt. Jim Matthews to assist with the effort.  He left here this morning with a loaded JICPD vehicle full of water, gatorade, first-aid supplies, an AED, and other emergency items.  He arrived mid-day and began helping the National Guard distribute water in the Marco Island area.  Tomorrow he is joining a contingent of officers from Jupiter PD, Juno Beach PD, North Palm Beach PD, and other local police departments deploying to Collier County.  It takes a huge effort to protect thousands of damaged businesses and homes from looters and to render aid and provide temporary shelter to a large number of displaced victims.  We are proud to be able to contribute to this massive response and recovery effort!

Residents who wish to donate to help the victims of Hurricane Irma in Florida, Please visit:

https://www.volunteerflorida.org/emergency-management/#fdf

The VolunteerFlorida.org website has several different options to donate to the relief effort to help the victims of Hurricane Irma. There are a number of different organizations accepting cash donations, but this source is directly through the State of Florida.  I personally used this website to make a cash donation.

Monetary donations are the best way to help the victims.  Donations of materials are difficult to distribute to victims and shipping costs are expensive.  Monetary donations help the relief agencies get exactly what is needed to the right location.

Thank you,

Chief John Pruitt


NEIGHBORHOOD REHABILITATION PROJECT

IMPORTANT SEWER INFORMATION


Notice to all residents:
Please ask contractors and visitors to your residence to park in your driveway if at all possible.  This will relieve congestion on our narrow roads during the project.  Thanks for your cooperation!


ALL NEIGHBORHOOD REHABILITATION PROJECT UPDATES
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APRIL 18, 2017 PROJECT UPDATE - CLICK HERE

PUBLIC RECORDS REQUESTS

In accordance with FSS 119.12 (1)(b)

Please submit written notice of public records requests to the Custodian of Public Records:

Town Clerk/Custodian of Public Records

Jude M. Goudreau

50 Colony Road, Jupiter, FL 33469

Email:  goudreauj@jupiterinletcolony.org / Phone:  (561) 746-3787 / Fax:  (561) 746-1068

10 Best Places to Live in Florida


October 25, 2016 - Jupiter Inlet Colony was recently ranked fourth among the most desirable places to live in Florida.  Read article by clicking HERE.








Safest Town in Florida

Town of
Jupiter Inlet Colony

The Town of Jupiter Inlet Colony is full of wildlife and beautiful gardens.  The beach is accessible from all the homes by taking a short stroll across one of two brick walkways lined by many rare and beautiful flowering plants and trees.  Jupiter Inlet Colony has a community park and a private Beach Club located on the Jupiter Inlet.

The Town government consists of an elected Mayor and four elected Town Commissioners.  The Town Administration Building is located at the entrance to the community, at 50 Colony Road, and is housed in the same building as the Town's Police Department.

Jupiter Inlet Colony was ranked, in 2016, as the "Safest Town in Florida" in which to live, according to crime statistics reported by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the FBI!