Municipal Complex: New Police Department, Data Center & Veterans Memorial
The Town of Jupiter is improving its municipal complex site at the corner of Military Trail and Indiantown Road by upgrading aging infrastructure, providing necessary hardened facilities, and offering amenities desired by the growing Jupiter Community.
Pardon Our Mess While We Improve Our Facilities
Due to continued construction for the Town of Jupiter’s new Police Department, IT Data Center and Veteran’s Memorial, beginning on Monday, October 28, access to the Municipal Complex will be limited to Daniel’s Way and the southern entrance on Military Trail. We anticipate that this will last through the end of the year. Please see the map for details. Thank you for your patience during our construction.
Police Station and Data Center
The initial phase of the project, which began early, 2019, included the construction of additional parking areas on a portion of the field space on the south side of the Community Center and enlargement of the lake adjacent to the field space. The second phase, which began in July, 2019, includes construction of a new building in the parking area north of Town Hall and east of the Community Center; construction of a Veterans Memorial; and modifications to the access roads that travel through the Municipal Complex. The new, hardened Police Department facility will house day-to-day public safety resources and activities as well as a data center to support Town information infrastructure. This facility would also serve as the Town’s Emergency Operations Center and house police and Town personnel before, during and after disasters such as hurricanes. The Veterans Memorial, which will be located southeast of the Community Center, will serve as an area for the community to honor those who have served, and hold public events to celebrate their contributions to our country.
Architect’s rendering of the new Police Department and Data Center facility.
The Town of Jupiter’s Veterans Memorial project is underway! Watch our “virtual groundbreaking” video below in celebration of the project, which will be completed in early Fall, 2020. In the video, you’ll see aerial footage of the site as the construction starts, and Vice Mayor Ilan Kaufer provides an update on the design. The Memorial will serve as an area for the community to honor those who have served, and hold public events to celebrate their contributions to our country
Architect’s renderings of the Veteran’s Memorial.