Latest Updates Hurricane Eta

Electric Utility Recovery

After a storm one aspect of recovery that is at the top of everyone’s list is the restoration of power, yet even after power returns to your neighbor you may still be without power due to damage to your service line. To ensure that your power can be restored rapidly…

Storm Outages - Monday Morning

This morning storm conditions have caused a fault on one of the City’s major circuits which has caused an outage for many of our customers. Our crews are on site and are preparing to switch customers to an alternate circuit which should happen shortly. We appreciate your patience while  we…

Outage Alert Information - For Hurricane Eta

Your meter is designed to alert us to a problem almost immediately and we will be working as quickly and as safely as possible to restore your service.During the storm, we will be monitoring the condition of the electric system and your home or business electric service from our Operations…

Refuse, Recycling and Vegetation Collection to Resume

City of #LakeWorthBeach Refuse, Recycling and Vegetation collection will resume normal schedules on Tuesday, November 10th. Zone 1- Household GarbageZone 2 – Household GarbageZone 3 – No pick upZone 4 – Recycling and Vegetation To see the full schedule please visit:https://lakeworthbeachfl.gov/public-works/trash-and-recycling/trash-collection/

Hurricane and Storm Resource

The City of Lake Worth Beach does not operate any shelters during or after the storm, please make use of county facilities as shown on this map. Also please take note of your evacuation zone and be ready if an evacuation order is given.

The Emergency Management team is responsible for developing, coordinating and leading the City’s Emergency Management Program, enabling effective preparation for, and efficient response to, emergencies and disasters in order to save lives, reduce human suffering and reduce property loss.

To accomplish this mission, the Emergency Management team:

  • Develops plans and procedures to ensure the highest levels of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.
  • Maintains a comprehensive, risk-based, multi-hazard emergency management and training program.
  • Coordinates Federal, State and Local resources for mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery operations.

The City of Lake Worth Beach does not operate any shelters during or after the storm, please make use of county facilities as shown on this map. Also please take note of your evacuation zone and be ready if an evacuation order is given.