Juno Beach is a seaside community which is predominantly residential. Fine oceanfront estates, condominiums and businesses provide an ideal setting for vacation or permanent residence. Juno Beach is near many activities including the Jupiter Theatre, nationally-known golf courses, tennis courts, county parks, shopping centers and art galleries. With Juno Beach, activities range from sunbathing, swimming and fishing on the Juno Pier to walking, jogging and bicycling on our oceanfront bike path. The Loggerhead Marine Life Center is located in Loggerhead Park.
The town is governed by a five-member council with a Town Manager. Residents are protected by a 16 member police department. Palm Beach County Fire Rescue provides professional fire protection and paramedic services.
Juno Beach arose along the Atlantic shore of southeast Florida with the settlement of the Ocean dune by a small group of motel and tourist court owners. The town was incorporated in 1953 with approximately 130 year round residents and 1500 seasonal population. The town is located in an area with native civilization dating from 500 B.C. and European contact dating from sixteenth century A.D. Spanish exploration and settlement.
Juno Beach is located on a barrier island along the Atlantic coastal ridge. Offshore lie Spanish wrecks dating from late 1500's to early 1600's. The barrier island was created by the cutting of the Intracoastal Waterway. The Waterway was dredged along the watershed of old Lake Worth Creek and cut through to Lake Worth in 1898. The Atlantic Ocean access and the Intracoastal provide a large part of the attraction of the Town of Juno Beach.