🌤🏖🏄‍♂️Beach Reopening🏄‍♀️🏖🌤

The City of Lake Worth Beach is reopening the Beach, Beach Park, and Pier at sunrise tomorrow, 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 6ft Apart
  • Swim near guarded areas
  • Use showers one person at a time
  • Practice good hygiene and hand washing
  • Wear a face mask where possible.

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Parks will reopen at sunrise April 29th

The #LakeWorthBeach parks will reopen at sunrise tomorrow, April 29, and remain open from sunrise to sunset. This does NOT apply to the beach park …

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Beach Park and Complex will remain closed

Although some parks are reopening tomorrow the #LakeWorthBeach Beach Park and Complex is not. The beach complex will only be open to those collecting curbside pick up …

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Bryant Park Boat Ramp will re-open

The #LakeWorthBeach Bryant Park Boat Ramp will re-open tomorrow, April 29, from sunrise to sunset. There will be no overnight parking of vehicles or boats. Social distancing …

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Lake Worth Beach Golf Course Weekend Opening

The #LakeWorthBeach Golf Course reopens this weekend (May 2). The course will only be open on weekends and there will be a limited number of tee times. …

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PBC Executive Orders

Palm Beach County will begin reopening pursuant to the State of Florida Executive Order 20-112 as amended by order 20-120 effective 12:01 a.m. on May 11. Residents may provide or obtain services at the following establishments authorized to proceed to Phase 1:

    • Restaurants and food establishments licensed under Chapters 500 or 509, Florida Statutes, may allow on-premises consumption of food and beverage, so long as they adopt appropriate social distancing measures and limit their indoor occupancy to no more than 25 percent of their building occupancy. In addition, outdoor seating is permissible with appropriate social distancing. Appropriate social distancing requires maintaining a minimum of 6 feet between parties, only seating parties of 10 or fewer people and keeping bar counters closed to seating.


    • In-store retail sales establishments may open storefronts if they operate at no more than 25 percent of their building occupancy and abide by the safety guidelines issued by the CDC and OSHA.



  • Museum and library facilities may open at no more than 25 percent of their building occupancy, however, at this time Palm Beach County will not be opening these establishments and County library services remain virtual.

Highlights of Order Restrictions on Recreational Activities

Boating – capacities are based on the size of the boat:

  • 25-foot or less: maximum 6 persons (4 adult passengers plus 2 children 17 & under)
  • 26- to 36-foot: maximum 8 persons (6 adult passengers plus 2 children 17 & under)
  • 37- to 60-foot: maximum 10 persons (8 adult passengers plus 2 children 17 & under)
  • 60-foot and larger: maximum 10 passengers plus crew
  • Beaching, landings, anchoring or mooring of vessels on sandbars, islands, and open shorelines will be prohibited.
  • Fish cleaning/bait stations limited to one person at a time
  • Single riders only on rented personal watercraft
  • Recreational charter boats, drift fishing and dive boats, marinas, boat docks, boat ramps, and other launching venues will be allowed to operate in adherence to CDC and specific county guidelines.

Golf courses – There will be rules for the courses themselves, such as play limited to walking and single-rider golf carts only. Locker rooms will be closed except for restroom use. Limited warm-ups on driving ranges are allowed but congregating after play is not.

Tennis courts and community pools – Emergency Order 2020-005 also allows for limited play at outdoor tennis and racquet sports facilities as well as limited use of public and privately owned community pools.

Pool capacity shall be limited to ensure that social distancing in accordance with CDC Guidelines is maintained at all times.

  • To practice social or physical distancing:
  • Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms’ length) from other people
  • Do not gather in groups
  • Stay out of crowded places and avoid mass gatherings
  • Locker room and shower facilities shall remain closed. Restrooms shall be cleaned and disinfected regularly throughout the day. Soap and water or hand sanitizer and/or disinfectant wipes shall be provided in each restroom.
  • Pool deck seating or lounging shall be restricted to ensure social distancing in accordance with CDC Guidelines.
  • One or more facility staff or management must be present at each facility location to monitor and ensure compliance with the restrictions within this order.
Pool Monitoring Clarification: It is acceptable for staff or management to delegate monitoring and compliance responsibilities to board members and community volunteers if they believe the pool can be operated safely and in compliance with the Executive Order.  If these accommodations are unsuccessful, the pool should be closed until alternate monitoring arrangements are put in place. (Order No. 2020-005)

Phil Foster Park and Dubois Park are considered beach parks, and will, therefore, remain closed as long as public beaches are closed. The boat ramp at Phil Foster will be open, but not the beach.

Beaches – Restrictions and conditions for reopening beaches are still being coordinated with Miami-Dade, Broward, and Monroe counties. For now, all beaches remain closed.
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