Friday, May 15, 2020

Announcement from Lake Worth Casino Building and Beach Complex - Re-opening

The City of Lake Worth Beach is reopening the Beach, Beach Park, and Pier at sunrise on Monday, May 18. The beach will close and be cleared daily at Sunset, no one will be allowed on the beach after hours.

To facilitate social distancing measures all beach patrons should adhere to the following guidelines:
Listen to the directions of Ocean Rescue staff.

Keep groups to 10 people or less

Stay 6 ft Apart

Swim near guarded areas

Use showers one person at a time

Practice good hygiene and hand washing

Wear a face mask where possible.

The beach parking lot will have 50% of spots reopened (as indicated in image below). Parking meters are active but patrons are encouraged to use ParkMobile to pay for parking instead of the parking meters. All resident parking spaces are reopened and 2019/2020 resident parking passes expiration date has been extended to July 1. For residents wishing to renew their parking pass they can do so online at: https://lakeworthbeachfl.gov/parking/beach-decal-program/

In accordance with Governor DeSantis Executive Order 20-112, all beach tenants may increase their indoor capacity to 50% and are encouraged to continue making use of outdoor seating.

Thursday, May 14, 2020

COVID 19 Response - May 19th Food Distribution


Monday, May 11, 2020

Weekly Update From PBSO - District 14 - Lake Worth Beach

Today is the first day of the phase one re-opening plan. This affects restaurants, retail, hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, and elective medical procedures.  Please familiarize yourselves with the details and help us help you by following the restrictions. 

Palm Tran is now requiring all riders to wear masks on their buses. 

This past weekend I noticed that less people were wearing masks, both in Lake Worth Beach and other parts of Palm Beach County. Mask use is still strongly recommended. Entry into phase one of re-opening does not mean the crisis is over. It is likely more important now to be wearing masks since more people will be out. The last thing we want to see is a large spike in cases and deaths. Please continue to wear your masks, if not for yourself, for the elderly and those with compromised immune systems. 

We had a pretty good week regarding crime. Auto burglaries were down 50% from the previous week. We did have a handgun stolen from an unlocked vehicle. The deputies made a great arrest in a carjacking case which occurred at 7th Avenue North and North F Street. 

Tomorrow Feeding South Florida will be back at the CRA – Hatch Center distributing food. 

Census, census, census…

Thank you and be safe,

Captain Todd Baer
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
Commander – District 14 – City of Lake Worth Beach