News & Announcements

2019 HOLIDAY SCHEDULE - Solid Waste and Recyling Service Adjustments

 

For the 2019 Holiday season, solid waste and recycling services will be adjusted as follows:

 

THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2019: 

No service due to landfill closure.  All residential pickups (including garbage cans and bulk trash) are rescheduled to occur the day after the holiday on Friday, November 29th, 2019.  Commercial customers with dumpster service will also receive service on Friday, November 29th, 2019.

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY - WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2019:

No service due to landfill closure.  Wednesday recycling service which would have normally occurred will be rescheduled to Tuesday, December 31, 2019.    

DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2019:

All service will run as normally scheduled for both residential and commercial customers.

NEW YEAR'S DAY HOLIDAY - WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 2020:

Commercial customers will receive service as normally scheduled.  Wednesday recycling service which would have normally occurred will be rescheduled to the prior day, on Tuesday, December 31, 2019.

 

 

If you have any questions, please give us a call at 561-881-3345 or send an email to publicworks@lakeparkflorida.gov.  Our entire Public Works team wishes everyone a very happy holiday season!

 

 

 

 

Seacoast Utility Authority - New and Improved Payment Portal

Important Information About Your SUA Account

 

In order to better serve you, Seacoast Utility Authority has launched a new & improved payment portal for your SUA account.

You will need to create a profile to set up your account in the new portal. Also, if your account was previously set up for recurring automatic payments or you receive your paperless billing statements by email and you wish to continue, you will need to set up these functions again in the new portal.

Follow these simple steps to set up your account to resume automatic monthly payments and receive paperless billing statements by email:

  1. Click here to get to our website and then click on Access Account & Pay Bill located in the upper right-hand side of page to access the new portal and create your profile.
  2. If you need assistance setting up your profile after clicking Access Account please click the links on the right-hand side for help.
  3. Activate your account by following the instructions you will receive in an email after registering.
  4. Once you've logged in, click Add Account. You will need your Account Number and your Customer Number located on your bill.
  5. You may now use the portal to view your balance, make a payment, manage your profile, and more.
  6. If you'd like to resume automatic recurring payments, click Set Up Auto Pay after adding your account and follow the prompts.
  7. To continue receiving monthly paperless billing statements by email go to the Notification Settings within your profile under Billing Communications and select Electronic/Email Only. Please review all the notifications settings available to you under the Alert Settings.
  8. You may also click on Pay Your Bill to make a one-time payment without creating a profile.

Thank you for your patience as we continue to provide you with the best customer service possible. Feel free to contact us at (561) 627-2920 Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM should you need any assistance setting up your account or resuming your recurring automatic payments.


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Scam Alert - Announced by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office Community Services

West Ilex Park:
 

SCAM ALERT

Our elderly Hispanic community needs to beware of subjects calling from blocked or out of state phone numbers that they don’t recognize making ransom request alleging that a family member has been kidnapped, in need of money for a bond after an arrest, or in need money for emergency surgery due to an accident.  They need to take precautions and not divulge too much family related information on social media websites which allow these predators to victims the Hispanic community. 

 Usually the scams works as follows:

A family member is contacted by the suspect who demands money and requires the victim to stay on the line and respond to the nearest Wal-Mart.  They are then order to purchase a green dot Visa or other similar card and load the card with cash.  Sometimes based on the amount this may require  the victim to buy more than one card as some cards have limits.  The victim is then required to read the number off of the back of the card and the suspect withdrawls the money instantly.  Usually afterwards the exchange the victim contacts law enforcement.

 


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Emergency Management

TOWN OF LAKE PARK NEWSLETTER - SEPTEMBER 2019 
THE INSIDER
DORIAN STORM UPDATES

 Storm Edition 1
 Storm Edition 2
Storm Edition 3

TOWN OF LAKE PARK DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY RESCINDED 
Wednesday, September 4, 2019, 10 a.m. 

 

HURRICANE SEASON IS JUNE 1 - NOVEMBER 30
 For up-to-date information, publications and other resources please refer to the local news and weather.



 PALM BEACH COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 
Website Click Here 
 

 PBC HURRICANE SURVIVAL GUIDE 

Supplemental Information for Hurricane Survival Guide 

 

EMERGENCY SUPPLY SHOPPING LIST


PALM BEACH COUNTY 2019 RISK SHELTERS WITH EVACUATION ZONES

Closest Shelters to Lake Park:  
Palm Beach Gardens High School-4245 Holly Drive, Palm Beach Gardens
Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Elementary School-1501 Avenue U, Riviera Beach
Independence Middle School, 4001 Greenway Dr., Jupiter 
Website Click Here

 PBC SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTER  ADVANCED REGISTRATION
(An Application Form and Information Letter are provided below in .pdf format)

FAMILY COMMUNICATION PLAN
Website Click Here 

 

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT 
Report or Track an Outage: 1-800-4-OUTAGE (1-800-468-8243) OR www.FPL.com/outage
Up-to date News regarding overall restoration progress:  www.FPL.com/PowerTracker

Website Click Here

 


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

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

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