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  • Recreation » Loxahatchee River District
    sits along the shore of the Northwest Fork of the Loxahatchee River The facility rents canoe and kayaks for visitors to take a trip along Florida s first Wild and Scenic Loxahatchee River Aided with literature about the River visitors start their trip along the banks of the River and travel through the natural cypress overhangs that encompass this wonderful resource website Call 561 746 7053 Dupuis Preserve A remnant of the northern tip of Florida Everglades there are four loop trails for hiking and backpacking developed by the Florida trail association Preserved as a habitat for wildlife and native vegetation Dubuis Preserve offers a variety of recreational uses including hunting fishing biking and equestrian trails website Call 561 924 5310 Florida Oceanographic Society Coastal Center Aquariums touch tanks stingray tank children s activity pavilion with interactive exhibits Daily stingray feeding programs and guided nature walks on a nature trail to the Indian River Lagoon and a trail designed just for kids website Call 561 744 6668 Grassy Waters Preserve The Loxahatchee Preserve includes twenty square miles of public wetlands and represents the largest remaining remnant of the Loxahatchee Slough The preserve gives visitors an opportunity to pine flatwoods cypress wetlands and other habitats Here presentations on topics of environmental interest are offered along with guided nature walks canoe trips hiking as well as catch and release fishing website Call 561 627 8831 Hobe Sound Nature Center The Hobe Sound Nature on site facilities include indoor classrooms an interpretive center with exhibits live native wildlife and hands on displays There are also nature trails for hiking and guided tours snorkeling children s programs special events and turtle walks in the summer website Call 561 546 2067 Jonathan Dickinson State Park The Loxahatchee River winds its way through this state park which spans close to 11 500 acres There are four scenic nature trails where visitors may observe endangered species such as the bald eagle Florida scrub jay Florida sandhill crane and gopher tortoises There are also two campgrounds hiking trails and nature walks equestrian trails fishing biking picnic facilities children s programs and a concession for canoe rentals and river tours website Call 561 546 2771 Jupiter Outdoor Center This recreation facility offers canoe kayak and bike rentals The Center offers guided eco tours around the Loxahatchee River The avid recreational users will enjoy biking and hiking throughout the beautiful Jonathan Dickinson State Park website Call 561 747 0063 J W Corbett Wildlife Management Area Here visitors can observe the virtually undisturbed slash pine flatwoods a sawgrass marsh oak cabbage palm hammock and cypress wetlands The property includes a 14 mile spur of the Florida Trail In addition there is fishing hunting and camping Call 561 625 5122 MacArthur State Beach Park A 1 600 foot boardwalk over Lake Worth Cove leads visitors to a beach that includes an offshore reef ideal for snorkeling The beach is a prime nesting area of sea turtles and turtle walks are conducted in

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  • Residential » Loxahatchee River District
    53 2 Toilets 66 91 3 Toilets 80 30 4 Toilets 93 68 Live Work Unit 2 e c s 107 06 Live Work Unit 2 25 e c s 120 44 Live Work Unit 2 50 e c s 133 82 Live Work Unit 2 75 e c s 147 21 New Live Work Granny Flats and Guest Houses Plans need to be provided To view our Rates Comparison Chart please visit www loxahatcheeriver org rates Sign Up To Receive Your Sewer Bill Via Email The Loxahatchee River District can send your quarterly sewer bill via email If you would like to take advantage of this option click Sewer Bill Via Email and complete the form Don t forget if you change email or mailing addresses notify the Loxahatchee River District by emailing Sewer Bill Via Email How and Where to Pay Your Bill Payments may be made in the following manners On Line www loxahatcheeriver org then click on Pay My Bill Mail a check to Loxahatchee River District PO Box 8800 Jupiter FL 33468 always include the return portion of your bill with your payment along with your account number written on your check In person at our administrative office which is located at 2500 Jupiter Park Drive Jupiter Florida 33458 Our office hours are 8 30 am to 5 00 pm Monday through Friday You can pay by cash check debit or credit card There is a Blue drop box marked with our Seal for your convenience after hours You don t even have to get out of your car It is located on the South side of the Administrative Building Click here for picture If there is a name or address correction please complete the reverse side of the return portion as indicated For your convenience checks may be made payable to the Loxahatchee River Environmental Control District or the abbreviated versions L R E C D or Loxahatchee River District Automatic Electronic Funds Transfer Payments may also be made using Automatic Electronic Funds Transfer You will need to complete an Authorization Form then quarterly we will transfer your payment out of your account An Authorization Form must be completed and will take approximately 10 business days before the bank draft becomes active Or you can go on line with your bank and use their on line banking bill payment system Direct Bank Authorization Form While You re Away Advance Payment you can pay ahead for the time you will be gone you can make special arrangements for payment when you will be away with the Automatic Electronic Funds Transfer by contacting Customer Service at 747 5700 Option 2 or you can have your northern address put on file and the bills sent there You can also receive an Ebill see above under sign up for Email Just don t forget to call us to tell us when you will be leaving Delinquent Accounts In order to assure that all customers pay their fare share

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  • Commercial Service » Loxahatchee River District
    must provide the District with Corporation or Company Name Owner name contact person or Management Company mailing and physical address and phone numbers The District also needs the date the business was established and the number of toilets or square footage of your establishment New Ownership Application If you have landscape irrigation you will need to meter this line and call this reading in for credit on your quarterly statement Information on meter procedures Loxahatchee River District Rule 31 10 Rates Fees and Charges Service Charges Non Residential The service charge for our Non Residential customers is 6 11 per 1000 gallons of metered water usage A minimum quarterly bill of 73 25 is applicable to many of our smaller customers Billing Being a continuous full time operation the District does not install meters take deposits or turn off service Instead your quarterly wastewater bill is computed by water usage in your establishment Please call for further information Your bill is tabulated in advance for the following quarter and mailed to the address supplied by you with payment due within 30 days The continuous payment of these charges allows you continuous access to the regional system Sign Up To Receive Your Sewer Bill Via Email The Loxahatchee River District can send your quarterly sewer bill via email l If you would like to take advantage of this option click Sewer Bill Via Email and complete the form Don t forget if you change email or mailing addresses notify the Loxahatchee River District by emailing Sewer Bill Via Email How and Where to Pay Your Bill Payments may be made in the following manners On line www loxahatcheeriver org click on Pay My Bill Mailing a check to Loxahatchee River District PO Box 8800 Jupiter FL 33458 always include the return portion of your bill with your payment along with your account number written on your check In person at our administrative office which is located at 2500 Jupiter Park Drive Jupiter Florida 33458 Our office hours are 8 30 am to 5 00 pm Monday through Friday You can pay with cash check or credit debit card There is a Blue drop box marked with our Seal for your convenience after hours You don t even have to get out of your car It is located on the South side of the Administrative Building Click here for picture If there is a name or address correction please complete the reverse side of the return portion as indicated For your convenience checks may be made payable to the Loxahatchee River Environmental Control District or the abbreviated versions L R E C D or Loxahatchee River District Automatic Electronic Funds Transfer Payments may also be made using Automatic Electronic Funds Transfer You will need to complete an Authorization Form then quarterly we will transfer your payment out of your account An Authorization Form must be completed and will take approximately 10 business days before the bank draft becomes active Or you can

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  • Emergency Contacts » Loxahatchee River District
    utilities emergency personnel and municipalities work closely to restore the services you rely on as quickly and efficiently as possible If your home is served by a Gravity sewer connection during inclement weather or power outages we advise that you limit your water use as much as possible Please continue to limit water use until power is restored to your entire neighborhood If your home is served by a Low Pressure Sewer System and you have lost power at your home for an extended period do not let any water go down the drains please call 561 747 5708 to schedule a pump out of your unit once the weather has improved What reasonable steps can I take to restrict indoor water use during a severe storm or after a hurricane Avoid all unnecessary indoor water use Use a dishpan to wash dishes then dispose of the water outside on the lawn Flush toilets only when necessary Take brief showers Do not run your washing machine or dishwasher until you are confident that power has been restored to your entire neighborhood Should you evacuate Please be advised if you live along the coast you are the first residents advised to evacuate In these most vulnerable areas critical infrastructures such as power lines and our lift stations are more likely to experience outages during a hurricane So we encourage residents to honor evacuation requests If you chose not to evacuate you should refrain from using non essential water in your home This will lessen the likelihood of a sewage backup into your home Plan A Evacuation Area Persons living in a Plan A Evacuation Area should evacuate for ALL hurricanes regardless of strength 1 All Coastal Barrier Islands 2 All Mobile and Manufactured Homes 3 All properties within ONE BLOCK of a coastal tidal body of water 4 All areas prone to flooding 5 Plus the following additional areas A Jupiter east of Pennock Lane and north of Toney Penna Drive B East of Military Trail and north of Indian Creek Pkwy Plan B Evacuation Area Persons living in a Plan B Evacuation Area should evacuate for all major hurricanes of Category 3 or higher in strength 1 All areas in Plan A 2 Plus the following additional areas A Jupiter North Palm Beach Palm Beach Gardens Tequesta B East of Limestone Creek Road and north of Indiantown Road C East of Maplewood Drive and north of Indian Creek Parkway D East of Central Boulevard and north of Frederick Small Road E South of Frederick Small Road east of Old Dixie Hwy south to Northlake Blvd Hurricane Shelters Hobe Sound to Palm Beach Gardens Seawind Elementary School 3700 SE Seabranch Boulevard Hobe Sound Independence Middle School 4001 Greenway Drive Jupiter Palm Beach Gardens High School 4245 Holly Drive Palm Beach Gardens Stay away from standing water It may be electrically charged from underground or downed power lines or be contaminated by harmful bacteria Don t open sanitary sewer manholes Opening a

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  • Photo Gallery » Loxahatchee River District
    IQ AGREEMENTS FORMS Environmental Education THE RIVER CENTER VISIT THE RIVER CENTER JR ANGLER TOURNAMENT NIGHT ON THE LOXAHATCHEE MORE TO DO IN JUPITER WATCH RIVER CENTER VIDEO SUMMER ECO FUN EDUCATION SCHOOL AND CAMP EXPERIENCES BIRTHDAY PARTIES FACILITY RENTAL VOLUNTEER MEMBERSHIPS DONATIONS COMMUNITY SERVICE RIVER TIDINGS NEWSLETTER RESOURCES VIDEOS PRESENTATIONS FRIENDS OF THE LOXAHATCHEE RIVER KIDS KORNER PUZZLES GAMES QUIZZES CALENDAR OF EVENTS PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT REPORT LIONFISH SIGHTINGS VOLUNTEER

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  • Photo Gallery » Loxahatchee River District
    Photography Contest Winning Photographs Photography Contest Riverscape Photography Contest Riverscape Photography Contest Human Dimensions Photography Contest Human Dimensions Photography Contest Flora Photography Contest Flora photo contest photo contest Photography Contest Fauna Photography Contest Fauna Photography Contest Creative Clever Photography Contest Creative Clever Oyster Reef Restoration Project Begins Oyster Reef Restoration Project Begins 2009 River Center Holiday Parade Flota 2009 River Center Holiday Parade Flota River Center Staff Halloween 09 River Center Staff Halloween 09 River Center Events Wally McCall Poetry Reading River Center Events Wally McCall Poetry Reading River Center 1st Anniversary Birthday Celebration River Center 1st Anniversary Birthday Celebration Great Loxahatchee River Race Great Loxahatchee River Race River Center Recent Event Photos River Center Recent Event Photos Sunshine Home School Group Sunshine Home School Group ARC ARC Grand opening Grand opening River Center Progress River Center Progress River Center Aquarium Delivery River Center Aquarium Delivery Wild and Scenic River Delivery Wild and Scenic River Delivery Science Symposium Reception at the River Center Science Symposium Reception at the River Center Great American Cleanup Great American Cleanup RiverFest 2008 RiverFest 2008 River Center Work In Progress 2 26 08 River Center Work In Progress 2 26 08 River Center Exhibits Work in Progress River Center Exhibits Work in Progress Living Color Artists Living Color Artists PBCC Students 2008 PBCC Students 2008 Girl Scouts visit 2007 Girl Scouts visit 2007 FAU Environmentalist Journalism Class at Riverbend Park 2007 FAU Environmentalist Journalism Class at Riverbend Park 2007 Coastal Cleanup 2007 Coastal Cleanup 2007 2007 SeaQuest Summer Camp 2007 SeaQuest Summer Camp Plant Site Upgrade 2007 Plant Site Upgrade 2007 Plant Site Upgrade 2007 Plant Site Upgrade 2007 Plant Site Upgrade 2007 Plant Site Upgrade 2007 05 03 2007 Friends meeting 05 03 2007 Friends meeting RiverFest only 2007 RiverFest only 2007 Civic Organizations

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  • Night on the Loxahatchee-Shipwrecked in Paradise » Loxahatchee River District
    Weagle offers opportunities for socializing and learning more about one of the area s greatest natural resources the Loxahatchee River This year s Shipwrecked in Paradise themed event will be transported back in time passing through the River Center s doors to find themselves on an adventurous voyage where weather and pirates are just some of the challenges that travelers might face Landlubbers and privateers can try their hand at pirating while enjoying their booty of culinary delicacies and socialize with other travelers While on board guests can also enjoy folk music to help set the mood while River Center mates will serve a savory selection of Caribbean inspired hors d oeuvres prepared by the chefs of legendary local eatery Little Moir s Food Shack This year is sure to impress with the introduction of a river inspired menu prepared especially for the evening to represent the Loxahatchee s diverse environments African Tradition Wines and gourmet local roasting house Oceana Coffee will provide perfectly paired beverages Traditional hallmarks of this event such as raffles door prizes and a silent auction with fabulous prizes from local businesses will be enhanced by the incorporation of fascinating expert speakers engaging storytellers like Allen Balogh historical fiction author of Blacksails 1715 and other unique entertainment The Night on the Loxahatchee event is a truly enjoyable and memorable evening We encourage the community to come out for the great food and entertainment and also show their support for one of our community s greatest natural treasures the Loxahatchee River Tickets to Night on the Loxahatchee are 60 per person with 10 discount for members of Friends of the Loxahatchee River Limit 2 tickets at discounted rate per membership Tickets 70 after March 22 2015 For information about the event sponsorship opportunities the River Center or

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  • Girl Scout: Naturalist Workshop » Loxahatchee River District
    DONATIONS COMMUNITY SERVICE RIVER TIDINGS NEWSLETTER RESOURCES VIDEOS PRESENTATIONS FRIENDS OF THE LOXAHATCHEE RIVER KIDS KORNER PUZZLES GAMES QUIZZES CALENDAR OF EVENTS PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT REPORT LIONFISH SIGHTINGS VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES LOXAHATCHEE RIVER MANAGEMENT COORDINATING COUNCIL SEPTIC SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE CONTACT US BUSCH WILDLIFE River Restoration RESEARCH REPORT LIONFISH SIGHTINGS WILDPINE LAB QUALIFICATIONS CERTIFICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY STUDIES REPORTS DATA WATER QUALITY RESULTS STOPLIGHT SUMMARIES VOLUNTEER WATER QUALITY PROGRAM RIVER MANAGEMENT RESTORATION LINKS MANAGEMENT AGENCIES FEDERAL STATE REGIONAL COUNTY MUNICIPAL SPECIAL DISTRICTS ADVISORY ENVIRONMENTAL CENTERS EDUCATION PROGRAMS NON PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS RECREATION Customer Service RESIDENTIAL NON RESIDENTIAL EMERGENCY CONDITIONS CONTACT US Girl Scout Naturalist Workshop Take a walk through trees and stop to smell the flowers In this getting back to nature inspired workshop Juniors will earn their Flowers Legacy Badge and Cadettes will earn their Trees Legacy Badge As naturalists girls will also investigate the different parts of trees and flowers uses habitat and conservation Registration Packet top of page Photo Gallery Latest photos added The River Center s Jr Angler Tournament More Photo Galleries What s New Night on the Loxahatchee Shipwrecked in Paradise Night on the Loxahatchee the annual benefit for the River Center will be held on Saturday April 2nd 2016 from 7 00 PM 9 30 PM This year s theme is Shipwrecked in Paradise The proceeds raised from this event will help fund the outstanding environmental education programming the River Center offers to all ages throughout the year Traditional hallmarks of this event include raffles door prizes and a silent auction with fabulous prizes from local businesses and are enhanced by the incorporation of fascinating expert speakers engaging storytellers and other unique entertainment Tickets to Night on the Loxahatchee are 60 per person with 10 discount for members of Friends of the Loxahatchee River Limit 2 tickets at discounted rate

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