Town of Jupiter List of Designated Historic Resources and Protected Significant Archaeological Sites

Locally Designated

  1. Sawfish Bay Park – A Town park located at 1133 North Alternate A1A (designated in 2005)
  2. WWII Naval Housing Building – A structure and surrounding property at 500 Captains Armours Way (designated in 2008).
  3. Inlet Village Marina – A Town-owned property located at 950 North A1A (designated in 2009)
  4. Jupiter Civic Center – A Town-owned structure and surrounding property located at 351 North A1A (designated in 2010)
  5. People's Congregational Church – The original portion (circa 1924) of the Generation Church building located at 430 Center Street (designated in 2013).
  6. Florida East Coast Railway Jupiter Train Depot – A Town-owned structure originally built in 1915 located at Sawfish Bay Park (designated in 2015)
  7. Sims House – Single-family house (circa 1924) located at 322 Center Street. Owned by Ernie and Johna Fidanza (designated in 2018)

National Register of Historic Places

  1. Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse – The historic Jupiter Lighthouse located at the junction of the Loxahatchee River and the Jupiter Inlet (listed in 1973)
  2. Jupiter Inlet Historic and Archaeological Site – Address Restricted (listed in 1985)

Protected Significant Archaeological Sites

  1. Riverbend and Loxahatchee Battlefield Parks - Two archaeological Certificates to Dig for the portions of the Palm Beach County parks located in the Town were approved by the Historic Resources Board in 2007.