Welcome to the Town of Lake Park



Mayor Michael O'Rourke
Vice-Mayor Kimberly Glas-Castro

Erin Flaherty 
Anne Lynch
Roger Michaud 

Boil Water Notice - 6/27/17

Boil Water Notice - 6/27/17

Boil Water Notice - 6/19/17

Boil Water Notice - 6/19/17

Notification of Roadway Construction


FOR AFFECTED PROPERTIES: The Palm Beach County Engineering and Public Works Department will be starting road improvements along Old Dixie Highway. This construction may require the clearing of most, if not all of the area within the limits of construction, from Park Avenue to Northlake Boulevard. Therefore, it is important that should you have any manmade items such as fences, landscaping of any type, irrigation systems or any other items within the area to be cleared, that they be removed prior to 5/19/17. Construction will commence on or about 5/26/17. The County, or its agents, will not be able to save any of these items if they remain within the temporary construction easement area after construction begins. The area will be staked within the limits of the project. This, hopefully, will enable you to determine whether you have items within the temporary construction easement. Please contact the Palm Beach County Right-of-Way Section at 561-684-4124 with any questions

FOR MOTORISTS AND PEDESTRIANS: Please be advised that the extent of construction will be from Park Avenue to Northlake Blvd. Please use extra caution while traveling the area as construction begins and progresses. Extra traffic signage will be placed to notify of changes to traffic patterns.

Hear something, say something - Noise Complaints

How to Make a Noise Complaint:

On January 20, 2016, the Town of Lake Park adopted Ordinance 01-2016, commonly referred to as the “Noise Ordinance”, which was included in the Town’s Code of Ordinances as Chapter 10 Article VI.  The following is a link to this section of the Town Code.  https://www.municode.com/library/fl/lake_park/codes/code_of_ordinances/262053?nodeId=SPAGEOR_CH10EN_ARTIVNOCO

The purpose of this Ordinance is to provide for the peaceful enjoyment of the properties, businesses and residences of the Town by adopting appropriate regulations to regulate noise throughout the Town in order to promote the public health, safety and general welfare of the public. 

In order for this Noise Ordinance to work, the Town needs your help

If you hear loud music or a similar noise disturbance in a Town public park, public right-of-way or coming from private property, contact the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office (PBSO) District 10 Dispatch at 561-688-3466 or 561-688-3400 at the time that the noise disturbance is occurring so that PBSO can send a deputy to respond in “real time”.  In order for PBSO to take action, there must be a complaint called in by a complainant (i.e., Town resident, business owner, or visitor).  The complainant cannot be a PBSO deputy or a Town Code Compliance Officer. You can call in a noise complaint and remain anonymous

From Monday to Friday, between the hours of 8:30am-5:00pm, except holidays, complaints can also be called in to Code Compliance at (561) 881-3321 – please be sure to speak to a LIVE person since these complaints need to be addressed in “real time”.  Again, you can remain anonymous.

Remember –  hear something, say something
by calling PBSO or Code Compliance as soon as possible.




Lake Park Historical Society Newsletter

2016-2017 Adopted Budget



The Town is a participant in the National League of Cities (NLC) Prescription Discount Card Program through which prescription discounts are available at participating pharmacies including Walgreens, Costco, CVS Pharmacy, Walmart, Publix Pharmacy, and Robalo Pharmacy. The Town worked diligently with NLC officials in getting the information regarding this important program translated into Haitian Creole, which has resulted in the information being available to Town residents in English, Spanish and Haitian Creole. Town residents may pick up a Free Prescription Discount Card at Lake Park's Town Hall or the Lake Park Public Library.

This prescription discount card program is not insurance, it is a prescription discount program that is free to Town residents and can provide savings of up to 75 percent off the retail price of prescription medication.  It cannot be used to supplement insurance benefits; however, residents who are without health insurance or a traditional pharmacy benefit plan or who have prescriptions not covered by insurance, are able to obtain their medications at a discount.  The cards are widely accepted at all national chain pharmacies and most local independent pharmacies. 


Town Hall

535 Park Avenue

Lake Park Public Library

529 Park Avenue




Night Depository Box Notice

A night depository box has been installed outside the west entrance to Town Hall.  After hours payments can be made by placing the pertinent information with your check or money order in an envelope. Please do not place cash in the drop box.

During business hours please continue to come in to the Finance Department to make payments.

Night Depository Box Notice

Board Openings


The Town Clerk’s Office is accepting applications for openings on the Planning & Zoning, Library and Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) Boards. For more information on the Boards CLICK HERE. If you are interested please fill out and return an application to the Town Clerk’s Office. CLICK HERE for a Board Application.

Important Information

Watch Town Commission and Board meetings live on Comcast Cable, Channel 18. For scheduling information, CLICK HERE.

Check Department pages for department details, forms and staff contact information, or CLICK HERE.

Our Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) is making great improvements in the three CRA districts: Arts, Commercial, and Hometown. For more information, CLICK HERE.

For Lake Park Harbor Marina hours of operation and rental opportunities, CLICK HERE.

To visit the Lake Park Public Library online, CLICK HERE

Office of Inspector General




The Town of Lake Park participates in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), a federal program administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that enables property owners to purchase insurance protection against flooding losses.  Since Lake Park properly manages a floodplain Ordinance, the Town’s home and business owners are eligible to participate in NFIP and are eligible for a discount on flood insurance. 


NFIP coverage is available to all owners of insurable property, including buildings and/or contents; owners and renters may insure their personal property; and builders of buildings in the course of construction, condominium associations, and owners of residential condominium units.  A policy may be purchased from any licensed property insurance agent or broker in good standing with the state or through any agent representing a Write Your Own (WYO) company.


Hurricane Season is here and we all hope it’s a quiet one. Don’t wait for a hurricane warning to prepare. Tax Collector Anne Gannon produces handy pocket size 2015 Hurricane Preparedness Guides as a public service.  Inside the guide is an excellent list of tools and local resources you’ll need to stay safe and secure. You can download the Hurricane Guide or for printed copies send an email to ClientAdvocate@taxcollectorpbc.com. Please include the number of Hurricane Guides you would like and your contact information.


For more information about NFIP please visit:


National Flood Insurance Program:




FEMA website can be accessed by clicking here:  http://www.fema.gov …where the following publications can be found.  Town of Lake Park library catalogue direct links have also been included as an additional source:

Answers to Questions_NFIP_FEMA 084

Coastal Construction Manual_FEMA-P-55

Elevated Residential Structures_FEMA-54

Elevating Your House_FEMA-54

Mandatory Purchase of Flood Insurance Guidelines_FEMA-083

Protecting Manufactured Homes from Floods & Other Hazards_FEMA P-85

Mitigation of Flood & Erosion Damage to Residential Buildings in Coastal Areas_FEMA-257

Protecting Buildings from Flood Damage_FEMA-P-348

Protecting Floodplain Resources_FEMA-268

Protecting Damage from Localized Flooding_FEMA-511



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