Neighbor working with neighbor to enhance and maintain a community of people who are united in creating a beautiful, safe and friendly environment where families take pride in where they live.
We had a robust turnout for the Thursday, August 13 Meeting. Thank You all for your attendance. Major topics discussed were a proposed cell phone tower (See story to right), Petioning FPL to add more street lights on Heights Boulevard and the need to keep our drainage canals free of yard debris and trash to ensure proper water flow out of our neighborhood during heavy rains. If you see debris in the canal, please call Jeff Iravani at NPB Heights Water District at 575-6030.
We meet quarterly at the
Jupiter Municipal Complex
200 Military Trail
in the Community Center
We invite you to join us at our next meeting Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 7:00 PM
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The Heights of Jupiter continues its community project to help gather food items for the Palm Beach County Food Project. You've seen the lime green signs and bags which go out 6 times a year. We collect every other month.
Our Neighborhood Program Coordinator is Kay Heisler. If you would like to get in touch with Kay to become a Donor, a Neighborhood Coordinator (collect from Donors on a designated street), or would just like more information, please click on the Contact Us button.
Turn your street GREEN! We currently need coordinators for the following streets:
Loree, Ferrera, Felter, Ebert, Roger, Wolf, Dimond, Adams, Linton, Hollywood, Lauderdale, Ungerer, Revelle Circle N and Barbara.
You want to help. We want to make it easy. Together we can provide a steady supply of food to Palm Beach County's food banks.
Our Heights neighborhood is famous for shining bright during the holiday season. Halloween starts the transition to fall and no better way to keep things warm when the cooler weather arrives than to string up some lights, decorate and celebrate. Hope you all had a Happy Halloween! Click Here to see more!
Paul Cumbie of Signal Site Wireless attended our Thursday August 13th meeting at the Jupiter Community Center as part of the neighborhood notification process of a proposed Cell Phone Tower to be built on a 75ft x 100 ft site at the Abacoa Golf Course near the maintenance buildings which are adjacent to our entrance where Heights Blvd meets with Donald Ross Road. His company is working with Jupiter's Planning & Zoning Department to secure approval of much needed digital infrastructure improvement.
One of our residents at the meeting noted loss of signal between PGA Blvd & Donald Ross Road on I-95. Paul mentioned that years ago, when cell phones first made their appearance, voice was the only thing being transmitted. Today, the data load with streaming video, audio and phone traffic have hastened the need for more towers. The weight of the new antennas cannot be added to older towers as they have maxed out their weight bearing capacity. The tower tops out at about 100 feet high and the first 20 to 30 feet would be blocked out by surrounding trees, so you probably won't even see it from the road when travelling Heights Boulevard.
The Heights of Jupiter Board and Residents are reviewing the impact of this project on our community and voted to request Signal Site Wireless install dog walking stations on Heights Boulevard as recommended by Julie our TOJ representative.
Help us keep it that way. Show your support for neighborhood improvements by attending meetings.
The Friends of the Heights of Jupiter Board are your neighbors volunteering a small amount of our time to help our community. We welcome your comments & suggestions.
Donations to Friends of the Heights of Jupiter are also welcome. We do not have a steady stream of income to support activities, picnics, and beautification of our neighborhood. So, anything you can give -- time, talent or treasure -- is greatly appreciate.
We are currently looking for a neighborhood Activities Director to schedule and organize activitiesthroughout the coming year. If you are interested, please contact one of the Board Members.