Thursday, May 21, 2020

Fight the Virus, Get Tested Tomorrow in Lake Worth Beach! (5/22/20)

A walk-up COVID-19 Testing Site will be operated by Palm Beach County Fire Rescue at the Osborne Community Center located at 1699 Wingfield Street on Friday, May 22 from 11am-2:30pm. Those wishing to be tested will not require an appointment and the test will be provided free of charge.

“Lake Worth Beach has a high risk population and from the outset of this pandemic I have believed it was vital that our residents had access to local testing sites. I am grateful to the County for working with my team to make this a reality and I hope many of our residents will be able to make use of this important step on the road to a post-Corona world.”
~Lake Worth Beach Mayor Pam Triolo

Information about additional testing sites in Palm Beach County.

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

PBSO District 14 - Lake Worth Beach - Weekly Covid 19 Update - May 20, 2020

We had a great week last week pertaining to crime. Only one violent crime (robbery), no residential burglaries, and only five auto burglaries. Once again a handgun was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle. That’s another gun on the street in the hands of a criminal.

The phase one of reopening has gone well thus far in Lake Worth Beach and the rest of Palm Beach County. Thank you for assisting with this and keeping the social distancing issues to a minimum.

The beach reopening has also gone well. The rainy weather has helped keep the crowds down and made for a perfect soft opening.

Please use good judgement this holiday weekend. The weather is supposed to be good so practice social distancing if you plan to go to the beaches or parks. They will likely be crowded. LW Beach will only have 50% of the parking available which should aid in keeping the crowds to a minimum.

Hurricane season starts June 1st. We have already had a named storm. This is a good time to clean up yards and make other early preparations. If you live in an evacuation zone or need to leave your residence for a storm, try to have a plan to stay with someone you know. Shelter space might be an issue this year with Covid 19. People will have to be spaced apart more than previous years.

Census, census , census! It only takes a few minutes to complete online.

Be safe, things are looking up!

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

Monday, May 18, 2020

TooJay’s Deli Reopens Dining Rooms at All Locations

Takeout, catering, delivery, curbside pickup and Grocery ‘Too’ Go options will remain

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (May 18, 2020) – TooJay’s Deli is excited to welcome guests back into its dining rooms at all locations throughout Florida beginning Monday, May 18.

Famous for serving delicious comfort food, pile-high sandwiches and made-from-scratch desserts, TooJay’s will be following all capacity and distancing requirements from local and state governments. The restaurants will also be adhering to enhanced sanitation procedures including: 
  • Seating options and common areas in compliance with social distancing guidelines;
  • hand sanitizing station at each entrance;
  • all team members required to wear masks and pass a health check prior to each shift;
  • a designated dining room attendant assigned to clean and sanitize all tables, chairs and booths after each use as well as common areas throughout the restaurant;
  • place settings, menus, utensils and condiments to be single-use or sanitized after each use.

Guests are encouraged to visit TooJay’s website to check dining hours as they may vary by location. 

Takeout, catering, delivery, curbside pickup is still available at all locations. Guests can order online through TooJay’s website or Delicious Rewards app. To order online visit *Curbside is available only on pre-paid orders through the app or website.

In addition to dine-in and takeout options, TooJay’s continues its convenient Groceries ‘Too’ Go program, providing fresh meats and paper products while supplies last. Guests can stop by or call to place their orders.

For the latest information on how TooJay’s is navigating the COVID-19 situation, please visit or sign up for Delicious Rewards through TooJay’s mobile app or at and receive push notifications and emails. Guests who sign up for the first time receive a free dessert.

Founded in 1981, TooJay’s currently serves guests in Palm Beach and Broward counties, the Treasure Coast, the West Coast of Florida, the Orlando area and The Villages.

TooJay’s received three Palm Beach Post 2020 Best of Palm Beach County Awards for Best Sandwich, Best Dessert and Best Caterer; 2020 Best of Orlando Award for Deli; the 2019 South Florida Gay News Golden Spoon Award for Outstanding New Spot in Fort Lauderdale; and the 2019 Restaurant Neighbor Award as a State Winner from the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation for its work with Feeding Florida.

For more information about TooJay’s, visit Follow TooJay’s at and orvisit the Facebook fan page, which has over 93 thousand fans, and become a fan at