Bahamas Relief Efforts
September 4, 2019 - We are collecting donations to be flown to the Bahamas to help the victims of Hurricane Dorian. We have contacted Eagles' Wings Disaster Relief Organization and will be collecting and delivering supplies to the disaster victims through regular flights. If you would like to learn more about Eagles' Wings and/or make a donation, please visit ewfrelief.org. If you would like to donate much needed supplies, please drop them by Town Hall during normal business hours and we will deliver them to Eagles' Wings to be flown to the Bahamas. Thank you for your assistance. Click HERE for a list of needed donations.
IMPORTANT NOTICE - TOWN-WIDE SPEED LIMIT CHANGE
The town-wide speed limit has been lowered from 25 mph to 20 mph by the Town Commission. A new sign has been posted at the entrance of the community that indicates the new town-wide speed limit of 20 mph on all streets. Please be cautious and follow the speed limit closely. Make sure to come to complete stops at all stop signs. Failure to stop for a stop sign could result in tragedy as we have many people walking and on bicycles traversing the neighborhood.
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS - Turtle Nesting Season Begins March 1st
March 1 is the start of sea turtle nesting season on JIC Beach. Our beach is one of the most densely nested beaches in the world. Researchers from Loggerhead Marinelife Center monitor the beaches daily starting at dawn from now until November 1. To help sea turtles nest, please turn off lighting facing the beach and draw blinds to reduce glow. To learn more about these endangered species, please visit Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach or go its website marinelife.org. Weathered sea turtle informational signs have been replaced at each beach access. See the sign below.
Florida Friendly Fertilizer
Click HERE for a Florida Friendly Fertilizer brochure.
U.S. Highway 1 Bridge Construction Information
Click HERE to view the U.S. Highway 1 bridge construction presentation.
Click HERE to view the Jupiter U.S. 1 bridge replacement webpage for all updated information regarding the project.
December, 2018 Quality Cities Magazine Article
December, 2018 - Read the article, Going Green in Jupiter Inlet Colony, written by Mayor Dan Comerford and Town Engineer Tom Jensen, published in the December, 2018 issue, on page 18, of the Quality Cities Magazine by clicking HERE.
2019 JIC Speed Survey
Click HERE to access the 2019 Speed Survey conducted by Kimley-Horn Traffic Engineers.
JIC POA's Inlet/Outlet
Click HERE to access the Jupiter Inlet Colony Property Owner's Association Inlet/Outlet
Notice to all residents:
Please ask contractors and visitors to your residence to park in your driveway if at all possible. It is a violation of Town Ordinance to park in the street or right-of-way unless the vehicle's operator is actively servicing your property. If you are having a gathering at your residence, please contact the police department, in advance, and obtain a temporary parking permit for vehicles to park in the street, not blocking driveways, mailboxes, fire hydrants, etc.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org / Phone: (561) 746-3787 / Fax: (561) 746-1068
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!
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.