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 inlet.
The Town government consists of an elected Mayor and four elected Town Commissioners. The town hall is located at the entrance to the community and is housed in the same building as the town's Police Department.
Jupiter Inlet Colony, Florida, in Palm Beach county, is 17 miles N of West Palm Beach, Florida (center to center) and 82 miles N of Miami, Florida. The town is included in the West Palm Beach - Boca Raton metropolitan area. As of 2010, Jupiter Inlet Colony's population is 400 people. Since 2000, it has had a population growth of 30.98 percent.
Jupiter Inlet Colony is located at 26°56′51″N 80°4′29″W / 26.9475°N 80.07472°W / 26.9475; -80.07472 (26.947393, -80.074616). It is located in the southernmost tip of Jupiter Island.
Colony Road in front of 50 Colony will be closed for approximately 3 weeks beginning Monday, August 8th. All traffic will have to enter and exit via Ocean Drive. This is necessary to install parts of the lift station. Water pipe installation along Ocean Drive will be halted during this period so that traffic can flow smoothly. There is a meeting on Monday, August 8th, 7:00 p.m. at the Beach Club where Project Engineer Tom Jensen will update us on project details and will answer questions. Click HERE to view the Mayor's Message dated August 3, 2016.Tips for Turtle Season