Love Street in Jupiter: Sept. 7 is the final vote

Wearing red shirts, opponents have attended town council meetings and said the plan will bring too much traffic and pollution to Jupiter’s Inlet Village.

Finally — after three years of revisions, lawsuits and public hearings — the Love Street plan to build an outdoor marketplace on the Jupiter Inlet is scheduled for a final vote before the town council Thursday, Sept. 7.

See full story in The Palm Beach Post.

Love Street developer Charles Modica says the outdoor marketplace will bring recreation, jobs and tax revenue to Jupiter.


Loggerhead Triathlon to close A1A in North County on Saturday morning

(Photo/Jennifer Podis)

North county drivers: Stay away from A1A from Carlin Park south to Donald Ross Road on the morning of Saturday, Aug. 5.

About 600 athletes plan to compete in the annual Jupiter Medical Center Loggerhead Triathlon.

The event will begin at approximately 5:30 a.m. with race participants and volunteers gathering at Carlin Park.

The race, run annually since 1985, is scheduled to start at 7 a.m.

The race course consists of a 3/8 mile ocean swim, 13 mile bike and flat 3.1 mile run.

Awards will be given to the top 3 overall in each division.

The event is expected to conclude around 9:45 a.m.

The park and roads should be cleared of volunteers and participants by 11:00 a.m.

AIA from Carlin Park to Donald Ross Road will be closed


  • A1A closed from the main entrance to Carlin Park (Van Kessel Parkway) south to Donald Ross Road from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
  • A1A and the road to the Inlet Park from Van Kessel Parkway closed from 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.


For more information about the Jupiter Medical Center Loggerhead Triathlon contact the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce by going to or calling  561-746-7111.

(Photo/Damon Higgins)

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Learn about safety during bicycle ride with Tequesta firefighters

Tequesta firefighters are holding public bicycle ride on Saturday (File photo)

Local children, parents and families are invited to ride bicycles with the Tequesta firefighters Saturday, July 8, through the Tequesta Country Club neighborhood.

During Le Tour de Tequesta, Tequesta firefighters will be promoting bicycle, golf cart and home fire safety.

The bicycle ride will begin at the Tequesta Fire Station, 357 Tequesta Dr. at 10 a.m. and conclude by noon.

All Village residents are invited to attend the free event.

Firefighters will be handing out free helmets to the first 20 children to attend.

Firefighters will also be handing out free smoke detectors to residents they meet as they pedal through the community while supplies last.
A hot dog barbeque will be held at the Tequesta Fire Station immediately following the bike ride.


Sprucing up–and slowing down–coming to Jupiter’s Indiantown Road?


Bicycle lanes like this on northbound A1A in Jupiter’s Inlet Village could be coming to Indiantown Road east of U.S. 1. (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)

A $2 million plan to build bicycle lanes, landscaping, crosswalks and medians on Indiantown Road from Harbourside Place east to the Maltz Jupiter Theatre is inching forward in Jupiter.

Not only that, the speed limit could be reduced to 35 miles per hour from the current 45 miles per hour.

See the full story in The Palm Beach Post.


The speed limit on Indiantown Road east of U.S. 1 could be reduced from current 45 MPH to 35 MPH (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)


North county motorists: Stay away from A1A on Saturday morning

Motorists in north county should stay away from A1A for a few hours Saturday morning — the road will be closed for about 500 runners expected for the Run 4 The Sea sponsored by the Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

See the full story in The Palm Beach Post.

A1A will be closed to traffic from Donald Ross Road north to Marcinski Road starting at about 5 a.m.

The road is expected to reopen at noon.

Reopening could be earlier depending on when the race finishes, according to the organizers.


Jupiter residents: The town wants you to get out there!

walk talk

Walking, bicycling, dancing and nutrition are among the activities. (Photos provided)

Check out Healthier Jupiter, a local program aimed at promoting fitness in the town.

Read the full story in the Palm Beach Post.

blood pressure checks

Health screenings are available

Profile Art Gallery could be out in Jupiter, condos in


Condos would have access to Riverwalk (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)

Demolishing the three-story Profile Art Gallery across Indiantown Road from Harbourside Place and replacing it with a five-story building with 15 condominiums is scheduled for a public hearing Thursday at 7 p.m. at town hall.

See the full story in The Palm Beach Post.



New kayak launch coming to Riverbend/Battlefield Park near Jupiter


The new building under construction is for county park officials with public restrooms, with an outdoor pavilion for meetings. (Photos/Bill DiPaolo)

Work continues on the $3 million improvement project — including flush toilets and drinkable water — at Riverbend/Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park, west of Jupiter.

A new launching area for kayakers and parking area, with other additions, are planned.

See the full story in The Palm Beach Post


Lots of hiking trails are at Riverbend Park




Here’s the scoop on the new dog park in Jupiter


Fenced-off areas for big and little dogs, a dog-drink station, landscaping, 2-acre wetlands area, a gazebo with picnic tables, bicycle racks, a restroom and lighted walkways for pedestrians are planned .

“It’s not just a dog park. It will be a central park for the whole town,” Stephanie Thoburn, assistant director of the town’s planning and zoning department.

See the full story in The Palm Beach Post.



Center Street/Pennock Lane drivers in Jupiter: Traffic alert


The eastbound lane of Center Street at the Pennock Lane intersection will be closed Monday-Friday, April 3-7 in Jupiter .

Eastbound vehicular traffic will be shifted to existing eastbound and westbound turn lanes for passage through the intersection.

Westbound traffic will limited to a single lane at this intersection.

Sidewalks will remain open for pedestrian traffic.

Crews will be performing underground maintenance and pavement resurfacing.