SANITATION SCHEDULE POST HURRICANE IRMA

 Commercial garbage pickup has resumed as normally scheduled.  Residential garbage pickup (gray cans) has also resumed as normally scheduled.  We are focused on removal of vegetative debris as quickly as possible.  Please do not mix vegetative debris with any other debris, as this will cause significant delays to your vegetation being removed.  We expect to resume bulk trash and recycling pick-up the week of September 18. 

Emergency Management

 

 For up-to-date information, publications and other resources
please refer 
to the local news and weather.

 PBC Hurricane Survival Guide 

Supplimental Information for Hurricane Survival Guide 2017 
 File Attachment below for Power Generated Stores, Gas Stations and Evacuation Zones.  

PALM BEACH COUNTY 2017 RISK SHELTERS WITH EVACUATION ZONES
Closest Shelters to Lake Park:  
Palm Beach Gardens High School-4245 Holly Drive, Palm Beach Gardens
DrMary McLeod Methune Elementary School-1501 Avenue U, Riviera Beach
Independence Middle School, 4001 Greenway Dr., Jupiter 
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 PALM BEACH COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 
Website Click Here 

FAMILY COMMUNICATION PLAN
Website Click Here 


 
For Town of Lake Park Updates:
 561-881-3300
Channel 18 (Comcast Cable Customers) 
  
www.lakeparkflorida.gov

HURRICANE SEASON - June 1 - November 30

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NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM 

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.

For more information about NFIP please visit:

 FEMA LINKS

National Flood Insurance Program:

www.fema.gov/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

 

THE TOWN OF LAKE PARK’S COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT CAN PROVIDE YOU FLOOD  ZONE MAP AND RELATED INFORMATION.  PLEASE CALL (561) 881-3318 ; or emailcommunitydevelopment@lakeparkflorida.gov . 

 

US-1 Multimodal Corridor Study - Section 5: Riviera Beach, Lake Park, North Palm Beach

Transitional Sheltering Assistance Program

Transitional Sheltering Assistance

Transitional Sheltering Assistance (TSA) is a FEMA program that allows disaster survivors to temporarily stay in hotels or motels.

·       To be eligible for TSA, you must:

o  Register for FEMA Disaster Assistance (disasterassistance.gov)

 ·       FEMA will contact you by phone, text, or email to let you know if you are eligible for TSA. Once you are notified, that you are eligible that you are eligible, you can find participating hotels at www.disasterassistance.gov and select “Participating Hotel List-Transitional Sheltering Assistance”

·       If you have a disability or access or functional need, participating hotels are required to indicate the number of hotel rooms with “ADA accommodations.” 

·       When you contact the hotel be sure to tell them what features are required for your disability or access or functional need. 

·       Contact the hotel directly to ask if “Transitional Sheltering Assistance rooms are available.” If rooms are available, go to the hotel in person to book a room.

Don’t Forget:

·       Before you travel, check room availability 

·       Make sure to bring your photo identification and FEMA registration ID number  

·       You are responsible for all costs such as room service, laundry, parking, telephone or other services. FEMA makes payments directly to lodging providers for room rental and taxes. 

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  • Temperature: 91.4 °F
  • Wind: East-Southeast, 11.5 mph
  • Rel. Humidity: 59 %
  • Visibility: 10 mi
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