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The Town has cancelled all special events, meetings, programs and classes until further notice. A list of the cancellations at the Community Center can be found here. Non-essential meetings of the Town’s Boards and Committees have also been cancelled; please check the individual committee agenda pages here for cancellation information.
As the situation evolves, please check back for updates to these cancellations and announcements. Additionally, follow the Town on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TownofJupiter for updates and information.
Right now, the recommended procedure for any individual that believes he or she is at risk is to first call your primary physician. Based on your exposure and symptoms, they will advise you on the best course of action, and help you find how and where to get tested if symptoms and circumstances warrant.
No. Although many consumers are choosing to stock up on bottled water, that is not an indication that the water supply is or will be affected; that is simply their choice. Jupiter’s water supply will continue to be provided at the high level of quality that it always has.
All possible precautions are being taken to protect the health of our customers as well as our employees. Relative to our product, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has noted that the COVID virus has not been detected in drinking water. Additionally, the Jupiter Water System utilizes advanced water treatment technologies and disinfection processes which are highly effective in the removal and inactivation of viruses such as COVID-19.
At this time, summer camp registrations are suspended until further notice for both residents and non-residents. This includes youth day camp, teen camp, sport camps and specialty camps. The Town will continue to monitor Palm Beach County School District plans and state and local agencies to determine if and when registration will resume. Please call 561-741-2400 for information.
At this time, the Town has not initiated a curfew. If a curfew is announced, the Town will post the information on its website, social media sites, and through its email system. Sign up for email notifications here, or follow the Town on Facebook.
Jupiter Elementary School, located at 200 S. Loxahatchee Drive, is a site for lunch pickup for students 18 and under while schools are closed. For more information, click here.
Lobbies at Town Hall, the Community Center, and the Police Department are closed to in-person public business at this time. Essential employees will continue to provide government services via phone and electronic means. Law enforcement will continue to operate as normal, as will water plant operations.
Due to a malware incident, several of the Town’s online systems are currently unavailable, including email. The Town has a response and recovery plan in place, and is working diligently to bring systems back online. The Town will continue to address service requests and urgent issues via phone, and its website is operational. Residents and customers who have urgent needs may contact one of the following numbers to get assistance:
Town of Jupiter parks are currently open, restroom facilities will no longer be available at the following Town of Jupiter parks due to low inventory and lack of availability of sanitary supplies. Please plan accordingly when visiting these Town parks:
Jupiter public schools are part of the Palm Beach County School District (PBCSD), and their website (https://www.palmbeachschools.org/) will contain the latest information. In addition, PBCSD has been providing updates on social media at https://www.facebook.com/PBCSD/. Each individual school also maintains a website and social media site. Search on the District’s website for your child’s school. If your child attends private school, they are also likely to be providing updates on their websites and social media sites.
For a listing of Jupiter area public and private school contact information and websites, visit page 19 of the Town’s New Resident Guide here.
The Town maintains a Help & Assistance Programs webpage with a listing of area programs. For questions on available assistance, residents may also call Neighborhood Services at 561-741-2524.
Beaches are closed to public use by order of the Governor. Beaches in the Town of Jupiter are managed by Palm Beach County, who has also issued an order to close beaches.
Boat ramps and marinas in Jupiter are closed to recreational use until further notice. This includes all recreational boating activities to include boat launching, in/out storage activities, and boat rentals.
Licensed commercial fishermen who provide food for restaurants and markets, commercial marine operations, and support services are permitted to operate.
Boat ramps in Jupiter are managed by Palm Beach County, who issued the closure order on March 22, 2020. Marinas (including privately-run) are included in this order.