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Photos from The Jupiter Police Department's post



Congratulations to Officer Christian Wyatt who was officially sworn-in as a Jupiter Police Officer this afternoon. Officer Wyatt was a member of our Police Explorer program for 6 years and also a graduate of the Jupiter High School Criminal Justice Academy prior to attending and graduating from Indian River State College Law Enforcement Academy. We are thrilled Officer Wyatt is now a JPD Officer! 👮

Jupiter's Zion Wright looking for gold on a skateboard at the Tokyo Olympics - Florida News Times
Jupiter's Zion Wright looking for gold on a skateboard at the Tokyo Olympics - Florida News Times

Jupiter's Zion Wright looking for gold on a skateboard at the Tokyo Olympics - Florida News Times

Jupiter — When Zion Light was a kid raised in Jupiter height, His dad made him with him My brother Laroy eats breakfast together every morning and talks about their dreams. Everything he shared was always surrounded by the same ideas. He wanted to be a professional skateboarder. now He’s not jus...


🎉1 week out until National Night Out! Come celebrate our community with us! Invite your neighbors and enjoy the parade together and make a night out of it.
Check out the event page for more details and route information https://fb.me/e/1zdKJ2jPc




Palm Beach Gardens we’ve missed you. We're so happy to finally announce that we’re reopening!!!

Meet us tonight for your favorite Rocco’s bites and cocktails. RSVP online at www.roccostacos.com/. We'll save you a seat #roccostacos #roccospga #palmbeachgardens

Photos from The Jupiter Police Department's post

Photos from The Jupiter Police Department's post

zriddell17 on TikTok
zriddell17 on TikTok

zriddell17 on TikTok

Picked up a couple hitchhikers😎 #jupiter #florida #saltlife #sunshine #foryou #fypシ


#WANTED for Armed Home Invasion, Robbery & Kidnapping in unincorporated #PalmBeachGardens.

Two suspects entered a residence demanding money. The suspects then drove the victims to a bank to withdraw money. The 2nd suspect is described as a Hispanic male.

Anyone who can identify these suspects is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.


JPD reminds you that bonfires of any size are not permitted on our beaches at any time of the year. This activity is restricted under Palm Beach County Ordinance 2004-022, Section 6 and will be enforced by our officers.

Loggerhead Marinelife Center #Respectthelocals #SaveOurSeaTurtles


ANNOUNCEMENT - Now Accepting Applications for the Jupiter Police Department Explorer Program

What is Law Enforcement Exploring?

Law Enforcement Exploring is part of the Boy Scouts of America and governed under the Learning for Life Program. The program is designed to acquaint young men and women with the nature and complexity of the law enforcement profession, and to prepare them for a potential career in the field. The purpose is to build character, develop leadership skills, and promote teamwork. Explorers gain an appreciation for community service and develop good citizenship skills. The self-confidence they gain will serve them throughout the rest of their lives.

• Must have completed the 8th grade and be age 14-20.
• Must have a genuine interest in law enforcement.
• Minimum 2.0 GPA.
• No criminal history.
• Must be willing and able to attend mandatory meetings & community events.
• Maintain a neat appearance in compliance with department policy.
• Pass a background check.
• Pass a structured oral board interview.
• Must attend a week long, live-in Law Enforcement Explorer Academy once accepted into the Explorer Post.

Activities Include:
• Attending weekly meetings.
• Physical training
• Specialized law enforcement training in a controlled environment.
• Assistance with community events.
• Participation in local and state competitions, Leadership Weekends and the Explorer Academy.
• Opportunity for scholarships, ride-alongs and more!

How do I apply?
• Applications can be obtained only after the applicant and a parent or legal guardian (if under age 18) has had an initial meeting with the Senior Explorer Advisor.
• Applications must be completed, notarized and turned in by June 4th to receive consideration.

If you think you have what it takes to be a Jupiter Police Explorer, contact Senior Explorer Advisor Officer Trisha Heuser at (561) 741-2259 or email [email protected] to set up an initial interview and to obtain an application.

Thank you JPD and Tequesta PD!  #backtheblue

Thank you JPD and Tequesta PD! #backtheblue

Yesterday our JPD officers along with Tequesta P.D. and FWC Manatee Rescue responded to a stranded manatee in a canal call. Together these officers and a few local residents were able to lift the 1000 lb. manatee out of the canal and into the FWC truck. The manatee is doing well and is now in the care of FWC. Great job to all for saving this manatee!


Lane & Road Closure Notice. 🚧

Beginning Monday, April 12th, there will be a lane closure of the right eastbound lane of Indiantown Road near the Circle K site as well as a road closure of S. Orange Avenue from 1st Street to Indiantown Road. The closures are expected through Saturday, April 24th. Detours will be in place for the closure of S. Orange Avenue. Please use caution in the area.

☎️ For more information about the project, please contact Jeff Gerdes, Project manager at 727-483-9512 Ext. 140 or at [email protected]

Bridge closed!

Bridge closed!

OVERNIGHT BRIDGE CLOSURE NOTICE - The U.S. 1 Bridge will be closed to both north and southbound traffic from 9 pm on Monday, February 22 through 5 am on Tuesday, February 23 for routine maintenance operations. Please seek an alternative route during this time. Traffic will be detoured via A1A. Marine traffic will not be impacted by this closure.

If needed to complete work, the bridge will also be closed overnight on Tuesday, February 23 and Wednesday, February 24 rom 9 pm to 5 am.

☎ For more information about the closure, please visit the FDOT Southeast Florida’s website or call their District 4 main office at 866-336-8435.



Unfortunately due to the pandemic we were unable to have our Annual Public Safety Awards Banquet. However, Chief Medina felt it was important to honor and acknowledge the hard work and dedication of department personnel for this past year. As such, we worked with the recipients families to surprise the Officers. Chief Medina responded to a local restaurant and the residence of one of the officer’s and presented their awards in front of family and friends. He did not want to allow the extraordinary work of the officers go unrecognized during these difficult times. We would also like to thank our community for all of their support throughout the year. Please help congratulate:

Officer Thomas Jarrell – Officer of the Year
Sgt. Emir Yildiz - Chief’s Award
Firefighter Andre Dodd - Public Safety Team Award


Townhome for rent in Islands at Abacoa!

Nitrogen Bar, Grill, and Sushi

Nitrogen Bar, Grill, and Sushi

Nitrogen. Not just for dinner anymore. Open 1130 daily for lunch. See. You soon.


Rumor has it that Casa Mia sold to the owner (Michael) of All Sports & Grill and Cheeseburgers and more (now no more)!!!

Cucina Cabana

So fun!

Cucina Cabana, An Experience in Fine Italian Dining and Entertainment! Call 561-626-1616!

Kelly Jo Schmidt Realtor

Kelly Jo Schmidt Realtor

It official! Summer is here! Surf school at Jupiter Beach! #livinginparadise #lovefl

Want something to do... Blue Pointe Bar and Grill

Want something to do... Blue Pointe Bar and Grill

PSA‼️ We want to thank everyone for the love and support and want to make sure everyone has a SAFE and FUN upcoming weekend. Please note:
🚙 Valet will be available so you don’t have to park on the grass.
🛺 Our golf carts will be running to es**rt you to the restaurant from your car.
❌ No one under 21 will be permitted in after 10pm.
💳 Security will be checking ID’s at every entrance.
📲 Don’t Drink and Drive! Use our promo code to get discounts on Lyft: www.lyft.com/invite/BLUEPOINTE
↔️ Please practice social distancing and adhere to government guidelines.

🎶 Live music starts at noon.
We’ll see you this weekend! 🇺🇸

Road Closures #Jupiter for Memorial Day

Road Closures #Jupiter for Memorial Day

Ocean Way Closed Periodically to Through Traffic May 18 - 25, 2020

In order to prevent illegal parking within neighborhoods along Ocean Way by beach visitors during the re-opening of the beaches and the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, the Jupiter Police Department will be periodically closing Ocean Way from May 18th through May 25th.

Residents living in neighborhoods that are accessed via Ocean Way will be allowed access. Through traffic and beach traffic will not be permitted.

If you have any questions, or to report a traffic or parking concern, please call the Jupiter Police Department non-emergency number at 561-799-4445. For emergencies always dial 911.
Town of Jupiter - Government

Kelly Jo Schmidt Realtor

Hello Beach!

Don’t take for granted the beautiful place we get to call home! Thank you for opening the beaches! #jupiter

Jupiter heads up!! Pelican Club is taking evening reservations next weekend! #jupiter

Jupiter heads up!! Pelican Club is taking evening reservations next weekend! #jupiter

Sneak peak at The Deck at Pelican Club open to the public this week for outdoor dining, dockside & curbside pickup & takeout.
📸 @hospitalityphotos
For reservations 📞561.693.5063
Memorial Day Weekend Hours
Thursday & Friday 4-9pm
Saturday & Sunday 12noon-8pm.



COVID-19 Update: Palm Beach County authorized the re-opening of beaches and beachfront parks in the County beginning Monday, May 18, 2020. 🔜❗️

Residents will notice signage along the Jupiter beachfront alerting them to guidelines and rules for visiting the beach.

📣✅ Following the rules = OPEN beaches. Please enjoy the beach responsibly, follow the rules and guidelines below to keep our beaches open:
▪️limit gatherings to 10 or less
▪️maintain social distancing (6 feet apart)
▪️properly dispose of trash

👮‍♂️Law enforcement and public safety will be on patrol to ensure compliance with safety guidelines.

The Jupiter Police Department

Thank you for your service 💙

Thank you for your service 💙

As we continue to recognize National Police Week, we honor and remember Major Edward K. Humphrey and Police Officer First Class Bruce E. St. Laurent who both lost their lives in the line of duty. Major Humphrey and PFC St. Laurent are always in our hearts and will never be forgotten for the ultimate sacrifice they made to protect our community. We respect, honor, and remember these heroes. 💙

Copacabana Cuban Cuisine

Copacabana Cuban Cuisine

So excited to announce we are RE-OPENING TODAY, Monday May 11th! Outdoor seating and limited indoor seating available. Of course we keep on practicing social distancing and all staff will wear masks and gloves for everyone’s safety. Regular hours and best of all Happy Hour 2-4-1 drinks everyday from 12-7PM! Can’t wait to see you all at the Copa.....

Honey for our The Jupiter Police Department!

Honey for our The Jupiter Police Department!

National Police Week: May 10– 16, 2020

National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others. In 2019, 146 officers died in the line of duty across our country. This week we will be remembering those who lost their lives while protecting their communities as well as honoring the officers who keep us safe every day.


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Congratulations Team Virginia Beach Polo🏆🏆🏆🏆🍾🍾🍾🍾winners of Governor’s Cup 2021!!!!! Pablo Dorignac United States Polo Association Tato's Custom Mallets Tito’s Handmade Vodka RD Jupiter [email protected] Farms @gastondorignach @gastondorignacc [email protected] @aafrye89
Good morning! #lovesunrise #makeitanoutstandingday
History in the Park, The Loxahatchee Battlefield Preservationists, and Palm Beach County Parks & Rec present Dr. Edward J. Petuch Ph.D. MA & BA. Dr. Petuch, former professor of 30 years at FAU Boca Raton, will be presenting his talk on Florida’s ancient inland seas and coral reefs, his newest mollusks fossil shell discoveries and its earliest indigenous people. He will have a display of some of his discoveries and mollusks he named. We will meet out on the Battlefield in Riverbend Park for this free event. Please come out and support this local group. Dr. Petuch's books may be available. Additionally, there will be a free tour of the battlefield provided afterward. #FloridaHistory
History in the Park with author Lucia St. Clair Robson talking about her book on the best sellers list "Light a distant fire" Please come out to this free event and help support local history. Riverbend Park April 20th at 10 AM. Author Bio Lucia was born in Baltimore, Maryland and raised in South Florida. She has been a Peace Corps volunteer in Venezuela and a teacher in Brooklyn, New York. She has also lived in Japan, South Carolina, and southern Arizona. After earning her master’s degree in Library Science at Florida State University, she worked as a public librarian in Annapolis, Maryland. She now lives near Annapolis. Light A Distant Fire Threatened with forced removal from their Florida homeland, the Seminole and Miccosukee Indians took up arms. Using alligator-infested swamps to their advantage, they fought the U.S. Army to a standstill. Unable to win militarily, General Thomas Jesup captured his enemies under flags of truce. With most of their people transported west, fewer than a hundred remained hidden in the heart of the Everglades, members of the only tribe never to surrender.