New Town Hall
The Town of Jupiter is on the move.
The new Town Hall building is completed and Town staff moved into the building. The new Town Hall building is open for public business and anyone needing to do business at Town Hall – including meetings with staff, those needing to speak with Utilities Customer Service or anyone needing to apply for a permit, will do so at the new Town Hall (210 Military Trail).
PARKING FOR NEW TOWN HALL
Parking for the new Town Hall building is located in the diagonal parking spots located between Town Hall and the Jupiter Police Department. These parking spots can be accessed:
From Military Trail: turn into the Municipal Complex and proceed straight past El Sol. The customer parking spots are located on either side of the road between Town Hall and the Police Department.
From Daniels Way: proceed past the Jupiter Community Center and turn left into the Municipal Complex through the Community Center's south parking lot. At the end of the lot, turn left (towards the traffic circle) and proceed around the traffic circle to the first right.
From Indiantown Road: turn right just past Wendy’s and proceed straight to the stop sign. Turn right and at the next stop sign, turn left. Proceed past the Police Department and Community Center to the traffic circle. Take the second exit off of the traffic circle.
TOWN COUNCIL, PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION & HISTORIC RESOURCE BOARD MEETINGS
All meetings held in Council Chambers – including Town Council, Planning & Zoning Commission, Historic Resource Board and Special Magistrate hearings are now held in the new Town Hall.
NEW TOWN HALL RIBBON CUTTING
The Town of Jupiter held the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Town Hall building on Tuesday, January 16 at 4:00 pm. We are thrilled to announce the resounding success of our ribbon-cutting ceremony! Despite a bit of rain, the event was a standing-room-only affair that brought our community together in a spirit of celebration and unity.
A heartfelt acknowledgment goes to the distinguished individuals, including the Mayor, Vice-Mayor, Town Councilors, Town Manager, Town Attorney and leadership members from KL Construction who graced our ribbon-cutting ceremony and symbolically ushered in a new era for our community. Together, these nine key figures joined hands to cut the ribbon, signifying unity, progress, and community spirit.
Here are some highlights from the event:
Local Artists Shine:
Our art contest winner and members of the art committee dazzled attendees with their exceptional talents. The new Town Hall Council Chambers became a canvas for creativity, showcasing the vibrant artistic spirit within our community.
Rain Can't Dampen the Spirit:
Although Mother Nature had other plans, we seamlessly moved the ceremony indoors, ensuring that the festivities continued unabated. The warm and welcoming atmosphere persisted, proving that our community knows how to make the best of any situation.
Honoring Service: Jupiter Police Department Honor Guard:
A special salute to the Jupiter Police Department Honor Guard, who added a touch of solemnity and respect to the ceremony. Their presence reminded us of the dedication and service of our local law enforcement.
Emceed by Ashley Glass, CBS 12 Anchor:
Our event was graced by the charismatic emcee, Ashley Glass, CBS 12 Anchor. Her engaging presence added a professional touch to the proceedings, making the ribbon-cutting ceremony a truly memorable experience.
Historic First Town Hall Council Meeting:
Following the ribbon-cutting, we marked another milestone with the inaugural Town Hall Council Meeting at the new Chambers. The space, now officially opened, will serve as the hub for community engagement and decision-making.
We extend our deepest gratitude to everyone who attended, participated, and contributed to the success of this momentous occasion. Your support and enthusiasm truly made this event a reflection of our vibrant and united community.