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A Beautiful Place To Call Home

The Sunset Ridge Neighborhood Association was founded in 2006 with the purpose of making our neighborhood a better and safer place to live, work and play. It is the largest neighborhood in the city of Lake Worth Beach.

The boundaries for our association include the area from the east side of I-95 to the west side of Dixie Highway and from the south side of the Palm Beach Canal to the north side of 10th Avenue North, and the section west of I-95 that is east of the Lake Clark Shores entrance, as well as the areas developed surrounding Vernon Heights on the northwest and southwest sides, such as the new Lake Cove subdivision. Although Lake Cove and Vernon Heights are HOA’s and separate from our voluntary neighborhood association, the residents who live there are always welcome to attend and participate at our meetings and events.

Our neighborhood contains the baseball fields on the North Side and Sunset Ridge Park right in the middle. Our neighbors are an assorted mix of homeowners and renters. We also have a wide variety of businesses in Sunset Ridge and along Dixie Highway.

At our neighborhood meetings, everyone is welcome. Membership is open to all residents over the age of 18, property owners, renters, and licensed business owners within the neighborhood boundaries.

We work closely with the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office Neighborhood Crime Division and Lake Worth Beach Code Compliance to keep tabs on crime and vacant properties. We encourage everyone to organize a Crime Watch group on their own street in order to qualify for special signage from PBSO designating your street a Crime Watch area. For more information on how to start your own Crime Watch, please contact us.

Announcements for block parties, neighborhood clean ups, crime walks, and other events are always posted on the association’s calendar and everyone is invited!

Leading The Community

Current Officers

Coming Together as a Community

Our Goals

Spread awareness of the Sunset Ridge Neighborhood Association so every eligible resident can be a member
Work with PBSO to deter crime, organize crime walks
To have the lowest crime statistics in the city
Increase the number of homeowners and decrease the number of vacant or abandoned properties
Reward local business owners by utilizing their services, and encourage spending within the community
Encourage healthier living with family friendly events and neighborhood clean-ups
Frequently asked questions

most popular questions

All are welcome to attend and participate!.

Meeting Schedule (Monthly, 3rd Monday of the month)

Time: 7-9pm

Location: Sunlight Community Church (1325 N A ST, entrance on left side of building, look for the signs)

Not currently, but we may be adding in the future so we can fund community events and projects!

The Council is made up of officers and representatives from Neighborhood Associations across the City of Lake Worth. The NAPC is incorporated in the State of Florida as a non-profit organization and our mission is to support and promote our Member Neighborhood Associations .

There are three requirements for any LW Neighborhood Association or group to hold a seat on the NAPC.

      1. Members Associations must be incorporated in the State of Florida as a non-profit corporation and maintain active incorporation status.
      2. Member Associations must have by-laws approved by their own members and must hold regularly scheduled meetings at times and places agreeable to their own members.
      3. Those Associations seeking membership on the NAPC, must meet the above qualifications and express their desire to join the NAPC by applying to the Council.

The NAPC serves as an umbrella type organization and has no opinion on how each Association individually chooses to decide matters of meeting frequency, dues or membership requirement. We recognize that what makes all our Lake Worth Neighborhoods special are the many unique qualities and challenges of each one. How each Association chooses to enhance those qualities and meet those challenges is up to each Association to decide for themselves.

Neighborhood Associations as well as Condominium Associations and Home Owner Associations are welcome to be members of the Council. Boundaries of Members Associations are set by the Associations themselves and not the NAPC. Any neighborhood group that meets the three basic requirements for Membership on the Council is most welcome.

Our primary goal at the NAPC is to encourage active and productive representation of every Lake Worth neighbor by an Association of their own choosing. Some of our Lake Worth neighborhoods are not currently served by an Association. The NAPC is dedicated to helping those Neighbors form, maintain and grow their Associations with lively and active members. We can help with the paperwork. We have sample by-laws that are easily amended to suit the needs of any Association. Each month we conduct Community Walks through different neighborhoods, distributing flyers and other information to encourage more neighbors to participate in their own Association.

Here is a map of all Lake Worth Beach neighborhoods.