All 10 municipalities of Palm Beach North share one mission: to foster business and lifestyle prosperity region-wide.

However, each municipality also features a unique personality, vibe and key advantages of its own:

  • Locate your office in one of our high-energy business corridors or where top science and medical thought leaders are.
  • Shop and dine in urban sophistication.
  • Live in a village by the sea, in a suburban town or out on a country ranch.
  • While away, enjoy your weekends in charming retro-style fishing villages and laid-back Key-West style island hangouts.

It’s all just a short drive from wherever you are. When you get one of us, you enjoy the best of all of us!

Juno Beach

Discover the small-town charms of Juno Beach: the seaside community with an exceptional quality of life. Our residents, businesses and town staff proudly partner together to protect the beauty of this unique area so that Palm Beach North families and visitors can continue to enjoy its unspoiled beaches, friendly hometown atmosphere and cultural pleasures.

Juno Beach is located on a barrier island along the Atlantic coastal ridge, where just offshore, you can find Spanish wrecks dating back to the late 1500’s/early 1600’s. Explore the wonderful bike trails here, including one that surrounds Pelican Lake and the Oceanside nature trails at Loggerhead County Park. There’s also the Juno Beach County Park and Fishing Pier. Juno Beach is a delightful destination for families, a relaxing respite for visitors headed further south and a blissful place to celebrate retirement.

Visit the Town of Juno Beach’s Website

Key Businesses

  • FPL – NextEra Energy
  • Tire Kingdom, Inc. Corporation Office & Headquarters
  • DSS Headquarters (Document Storage Systems, Inc.)

Culture and Arts

  • Friends of the Arts

Parks and Recreation

  • Juno Beach Pier
  • Loggerhead Marinelife Center
  • Environmentally Sensitive Lands
  • Pelican Lake Park
  • Seminole Golf Club
  • Kagan Park


  • North Palm Beach Elementary School
  • Lighthouse Elementary School
  • Beacon Cove Intermediate School
  • Watson B. Duncan
  • Howell Watkins Middle School
  • Independence Middle School
  • W.T. Dwyer High School
  • Jupiter High School


The Town of Jupiter has come a long way; from a pioneer village for fishermen and animal trappers at the turn of the 20th century to today’s vibrant mix of small-town warmth and 21st century innovative science and business. In fact, Coastal Living Magazine named Jupiter, Florida one of the top 10 happiest seaside towns in America (2012).

Our residents and local government work hard to maintain our small-town feel, even as we find smart ways to grow. You’ll find safe, livable neighborhoods, and extensive parks and open spaces. Recreational activities galore! There are three miles of beaches, (including a dog-friendly beach), beautiful and accessible waterways, rich historical and cultural discoveries, impressive educational institutions, strong growth, and a stable, sustainable local government. We strive to live up to our informal motto of “uniquely Jupiter”!

Visit the Town of Jupiter’s Website

Key Businesses:

  • Max Planck Institute
  • Scripps Research Institute

Culture and Arts

  • Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum
  • Inlet Village
  • Maltz Jupiter Theatre

Parks and Recreation

  • Roger Dean Stadium
  • Riverbend Park
  • Jupiter Riverwalk
  • The Wild and Scenic Loxahatchee River
  • Abacoa Town Center


  • Florida Atlantic University

Jupiter Inlet Colony

Jupiter Inlet Colony is gifted with breathtaking gardens and robust wildlife. The pristine beach is just a short stroll away from every resident’s home, just across brick walkways, lined with rare, beautiful flowering plants and trees. Both a public community park and a private Beach Club are included on the inlet. Boaters cherish the direct access to the Atlantic Ocean with no bridges.

This hidden gem was ranked as the “Safest Town in Florida” according to crime statistics reported by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the FBI (2015), and was once described by Perry Como as “a little piece of paradise”.

With its premier housing choices and upscale amenities, Jupiter Inlet Colony is a particularly coveted choice for many top executives relocating to the Palm Beach North area.

Visit the Town of Jupiter Inlet Colony’s Website

Take a peek at what this little corner of Palm Beach North paradise looks like:

Residential Communities

  • Safest municipality in the state of Florida
  • Underground utilities

Parks and Recreation

  • Pristine Beaches
  • Jupiter Inlet Beach Club

Lake Park

Just one visit to the Town of Lake Park and you’ll understand why it’s known as “The Jewel of the Palm Beaches.” Lush landscaping adorns the town, and marinas are filled with postcard-perfect sailboats with their sails fluttering in warm breezes. Service-driven town staff are friendly and responsive to the needs of both visitors and residents. Plus, there’s a revitalized downtown with dynamic shopping, cultural and arts venues. It all reflects the premium quality of life town founders dreamed of back in 1923.

There is plenty of fun for Palm Beach North residents looking to relax: direct boater access to the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean, pier and fishing platforms for anglers, a guarded public beach, and a new two-acre underwater snorkeling trail… And you won’t find a better spot to admire the sunset over the Intracoastal.

Explore historical architecture, timeless nautical treasures and new downtown amenities – all part of Lake Park’s bright new future.

Visit the Town of Lake Park’s Website

Key Businesses

  • Congress Avenue Corridor
  • North Federal Highway Corridor

Culture and Arts

  • Mos’Art Theatre
  • Palm Beach Ballet Center
  • Burt Reynolds Institute for Film & Theatre
  • Artists of Palm Beach County at the Art on Park Gallery
  • Town of Lake Park Public Library

Parks and Recreation

  • Kelsey Park
  • Lake shore Park


  • Lake Park Baptist School
  • Lake Park Elementary School

Mangonia Park

Mangonia Park, a town with a long and storied history, was originally part of unincorporated West Palm Beach. Today it’s an independent town of its own, covering one square mile. Approximately 75% of the town is zoned for industrial use, making this an ideal location for distribution centers, manufacturers, importing/exporting operations and other types of relevant commercial activities.

Visit the Town of Mangonia Park’s Website

Commercial Locations

  • Central Park of Commerce & Medicine
  • Mangonia Business Park
  • Australian Business Park
  • 53rd Street Industrial Area
  • Hill Avenue Industrial Area

Key Businesses

  • WPEC Channel-12
  • Kauff’s Towing & Transportation Systems
  • Ande Monofilament

Parks and Recreation

  • Mangonia Park Municipal Center
  • Addie L. Greene Public Park
  • Mangonia Park Community Center

North Palm Beach

The Village of North Palm Beach appeals to people raising families as well as seniors seeking the idyllic place to celebrate retirement. The community strives to maintain a small-town atmosphere, while still offering a wide choice of family-friendly recreational choices and upscale amenity opportunities.

With old-Florida ranch-style homes, as well as large custom estates, there are housing choices for a variety of families. Residents and visitors will find several parks and open spaces, including Anchorage Park, with playgrounds, docks, volleyball courts, tennis courts, and dog park, as well as John D. MacArthur Beach State Park located nearby. The Village is also home to the North Palm Beach Country Club, which features amenities such as an Olympic-size swimming pool, full tennis facilities with Har-Tru courts, and a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course.

Visit the Village of North Palm Beach’s Website

Parks and Recreation

  • Anchorage Park
  • Osborne Park
  • Lakeside Park
  • North Palm Beach Country Club
  • Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course

Palm Beach Gardens

Palm Beach Gardens continues to set the standard as a Signature City, featuring proactive business/government partnerships that embrace innovation, smart growth and success, and over thirty percent of land mass dedicated to green space.

Discover Palm Beach Gardens’ award-winning Parks and Recreation Department, world-class public art, thriving business corridors; luxury shopping and dining, as well as many cultural and educational opportunities. Gated and non-gated residential communities include beautiful villas, convenient suburban communities and regal estates. You’re bound to find the perfect choice that feels like home.

Visit the City of Palm Beach Gardens’ Website

Commercial Locations

  • Northcorp Corporate Park
  • PGA Corridor
  • Scripps-Florida/Max Planck Institute/Briger Tract

Residential Communities

  • PGA National
  • Mirasol
  • Ballen Isles
  • San Michele
  • Frenchman’s Creek
  • PGA Commons
  • Trevi Townhomes
  • The Hamptons at Central Gardens

Key Businesses

  • Biomet-3i
  • Belcan Corporation
  • CH2M Hill, Inc.
  • Professional Golfers Association of America (PGA)
  • The Forbes Company
  • LRP Publications, Inc.
  • Chromalloy Center of Excellence
  • Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
  • TBC Corporation Headquarters

Culture and Arts

  • The North County Jewish Community Center
  • The City’s Art in Public Places Program
  • 9.11.01 Memorial
  • Eissey Campus Theater
  • The Borland Center for Performing Arts
  • Historic Banyan Tree

Parks and Recreation

  • City Hall Municipal Complex, Gardens Park
  • Sand Hill Crane Park
  • Aquatics, Sports, Cultural Arts and Classic Camp programs, extensive dance programs for children and adults, plus so much more


  • The Benjamin School
  • Nova Southeastern University

Palm Beach Shores / Singer Island

Palm Beach Shores embodies the ideal Florida lifestyle. It’s surrounded on three sides by ocean, inlet and the Lake Worth Lagoon, located at the southern tip of Singer Island. The warm waters of the Gulf Stream are closer to land on Singer Island than any other place in North America.

It’s also quite possibly the tiniest of Florida communities. The town is primarily residential, and is just 10 blocks long and three blocks wide. Originally a fishing town, Palm Beach Shores was home to many fishermen that took advantage of its proximity to the Gulf Stream. As part of Singer Island, Palm Beach Shores is located directly east of Peanut Island and is a beautiful vacation setting filled with luxury hotels, fine restaurants, and cabana covered beaches.

You’ll find lush parkways, beaches, waterfront dining, marinas, world-class fishing and watersports of all kinds.

Palm Beach Shores’ residents take great pride in their town, with many residents volunteering time and effort in beautification groups and other organizations dedicated to preserving the area’s natural assets and outdoor recreational pleasures.

Visit the Town of Palm Beach Shores’ Website

Parks and Recreation

  • Oceanfront hotel and restaurant corridor
  • Inlet Park
  • Inlet Way
  • Palm Beach Shores Municipal Beach
  • Sailfish Marina
  • Lake Worth Lagoon
  • Palm Beach Sailing Club

Riviera Beach

Riviera Beach is a growing harbor city with four strong sectors: marine, medical, light/industrial and tourism/hospitality. Riviera Beach offers a wide range of residential communities and education options, such as a premier national magnet school and specialized maritime academy.

Riviera Beach’s deep water access and world-class yacht sales, service and repair facilities make it a go-to destination for marine industry firms and boaters. The 150-slip Riviera Beach Marina, now in a $17 million makeover, will be the future spot for one-million-plus square feet of commercial, retail and educational space, as a partnership with Viking Yachts.

Multiple healthcare facilities reside here, generating thousands of well-paying medical jobs for Palm Beach North. The town is also home to one of the largest industrial areas in the county, with convenient shipping access via Port of Palm Beach. With a strong commitment to business-friendly policies and processes, the town’s government was among the first county-wide to expedite permitting processes, as well as partner with businesses to promote growth and results.

Tourism is another strong sector, offering Riviera Beach visitors an endless amount of recreational activities: five miles of beaches, beautiful resorts, South Florida’s largest water park, legendary diving beneath Blue Heron Bridge, sailing, snorkeling and dozens more activities offer visitors endless choices. The Port of Palm Beach is also a popular departure point for weekend cruises to the Bahamian Islands.

Visit the City of Riviera Beach’s Website

Commercial Locations

  • Port of Palm Beach
  • Riviera Beach Industrial District – Lewis Terminals

Residential Communities

  • Marina Grande
  • Lone Pine Estates

Key Businesses

  • Viking Yachts
  • Rybovich Marine
  • Florida East Coast Railway Company
  • Veteran Administration Hospital
  • Kindred Hospital
  • Healy Center

Parks and Recreation

  • 5 miles of white sandy beach
  • Rapids Water Park
  • Phil Foster Park
  • Blue Heron Bridge


  • Grove Charter School
  • Suncoast Community High School
  • Riviera Beach Maritime Academy
  • Inlet Grove High


Just west of Jupiter Inlet Colony, you’ll find Tequesta: a waterfront community with breathtaking ocean vistas, charming boutiques, historical treasures, majestic churches, cultural venues and events, and an appealing choice of recreational activities. Tequesta embraces a friendly small-town spirit, along with the vision to help local businesses and residents continue to prosper and grow.

Visit the Village of Tequesta’s Website

Residential Communities

  • Tequesta Country Club
  • Cultural, Arts and Historical Venues
  • Gallery Square North

Parks and Recreation

  • Constitution Park
  • Tequesta Park
  • Gallery Square South