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Mayor Michael O'Rourke
Vice-Mayor Kimberly Glas-Castro
LIVE STREAMING OF TOWN MEETINGS
Live streaming of our Town meetings has been discontinued on our website. The closed-caption archives of our meetings is being provided on our website www.lakeparkflorida.gov in order to accommodate the hearing impaired. Please click on the website’s Media Tab in order to access the archives video schedule. The Town is working toward reinstating live streaming on its website as it works toward updating its official website in early Fiscal Year 2019.
Live streaming of our Town meetings has also been discontinued on Comcast Government Access Channel 18. The Town is working toward identifying ways to restore such live streaming that will accommodate the hearing impaired. Our Town meetings will be rebroadcast on Comcast Government Access Channel 18 at 11:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. every day with closed captioning.
PALM BEACH COUNTY SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTER INFORMATION
The 2018 Hurricane Season commences on June 1, 2018. Since the Palm Beach County Special Needs Shelters Require advance registration, below is information regarding such special needs shelters as well as the Palm Beach County Special Needs Application form which can be downloaded in PDF format. Once this application is completely filled out, it should be submitted directly to:
Special Needs Shelter Program
Palm Beach County Division of Emergency Management
20 South Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33415
Or, by fax to: 561-712-6464
ON LINE REGISTRATION
SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTER APPLICATION
SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTER INFORMATION LETTER
THE BOIL WATER NOTICE WHICH WAS ANNOUNCED
BY SEACOAST UTILITY AUTHORITY ON
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2018
HAS BEEN RESCINDED EFFECTIVE
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2018 AT 8;16 P.M.
NEW FEMA Flood Maps EFFECTIVE October 5, 2017 – NEW Floodplain Management Regulations. Please contact the Community Development Department with any questions (561-881-3319). All of Palm Beach County’s interactive maps can also be accessed using the following link: http://maps.co.palm-beach.fl.us/cwgis/mygeonav.html?app=floodzones
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.
· 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.
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.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NOVEMBER 2018
RECIPIENT OF THE
PROPERTY OF THE MONTH
The Property of the Month is 424 Evergreen Drive!
Every month a new property is selected by the Town's Code Compliance Officers. The selection is based on overall aesthetics and upkeep. The property is honored with a "Property of the Month" sign in their front yard to display for the duration of the month.
CONGRATULATIONS CHARLES & CAROL RUDIN!