The Town of Jupiter continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and has taken necessary precautions to ensure the safety and well being of our community. We are working closely with County, State and Federal officials and follow guidelines from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Florida Department of Health.
Palm Beach County Vaccine Information
To find out more information about the COVID19 Vaccine including site locations and appointments, visit the Palm Beach County COVID-19 Vaccine Information webpage.
Testing is available locally at various locations – the criteria for testing are different at each location. For more information visit Jupiter Testing site, Palm Beach County Testing Sites and Martin County Testing Sites.
Meetings are back to their regular schedules of the first and third Tuesday of the month. Meetings are held in Town Council Chambers.
The Town Community Center has reopened to some programs and activities. To see a current list of activities please view the latest version of the Town Times and Recreation Connection.
Town Hall and the Police Department lobbies are open for in-person business. You may contact Town officials and Town staff by email and telephone using the searchable staff directory on our website. Customers are encouraged to use online services as much as possible. The following actions can be performed online:
- Pay your utility bill or start a new account
- Request permits
- File development applications
- Search public records
- Contact us through the ’Let us Know’ button
Resources & Assistance
Palm Beach County Department of Housing and Economic Sustainability is offering business grants for Palm Beach County businesses, learn more, and see if your business qualifies.
Palm Beach County CARES Mortgage Assistance program aims to assist eligible homeowners whose households have suffered a loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more and apply online.
IRS Tax Relief
To help everyone check the status of their Economic Impact Payment, the IRS has launched an online tool that will provide the status of a payment, including the date it’s scheduled to be deposited or mailed. The tool is experiencing large volumes of people, learn more if you experience a "Status Not Available" message.
State law prohibits an unconscionable increase in the price of essential commodities needed as a direct result of a declared state of emergency. With respect to the COVID-19 declared state of emergency, the following consumer products are currently considered essential commodities:
- Protective masks and face shields used to protect you from others if you are sick;
- Sanitizing and disinfecting supplies, such as hand gel, wipes, and disinfectant sprays;
- All personal protective equipment (PPE), including gowns, booties, gloves, and other protective gear;
- COVID-19 test kits, swabs and related consumable medical supplies used in administering tests
- Are you seeing any of these items being sold at unreasonably excessive prices? Report the store or individual today at the Price Gouging Reporting Form or by calling 1-866-9NO-SCAM.
Medical/ Prescription Resources
Florida Blue has opened a free line to the Public Emotional Support Help Line at (833) 848-1762.
The Florida Department of Health is asking Florida Residents to complete a health survey, it takes less than 3 minutes.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) provides resources to help address questions regarding FDA regulated medical products and COVID-19.
Check with your pharmacy if you have prescription medication needs. The State of Florida is now allowing for early refills.