Palm Beach Country Estates Park

At the request of residents, South Indian River Water Control District staff prepared a Minor and Insubstantial Plan Amendment to the 13th Plan of Improvements to allow the District to provide maintenance of the Margaret Berman Memorial Park in Palm Beach Country Estates, which was approved by the Board of Supervisors in February 2011. The Board also established a yearly maintenance budget for the park.

 

Please call 561-747-0550 to schedule events in this park.

 

Margaret Berman Park pavilionIn the early 2014, Palm Beach Country Estates residents requested that the District seek the authority to construct the other planned improvements that had been approved by Palm Beach County. After determining that the District did have the ability to construct the improvements, the Board of Supervisors approved the construction of one large and two small covered pavilions, a racquetball court and a half basketball court at an estimated project cost of $295,765, to be assessed to Palm Beach Country Estates landowners at an estimated $45 per year for five years.

 

The construction of the three pavilions, and racquetball and basketball courts were completed the summer of 2015. The Donald Ross Landowners Association has also raised money for the playground equipment, benches and proposed fitness equipment along the walking trail. Please visit www.twistypinesplayground.org for more information.

Basketball court

 

PARK RULES

  • PARK OPEN SUNRISE TO SUNSET
  • TRESPASSING AFTER HOURS WILL BE PROSECUTED
  • PARKING IN APPROVED SPACES ONLY
  • NO PARKING ON GRASS OR IN STREET/SWALE AREAS
  • NO SMOKING & NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
  • THIS IS A DRUG-FREE PARK
  • PETS MUST BE ON LEASH NO LONGER THAN 6 FT AT ALL TIMES
  • PET OWNERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PET WASTE CLEAN UP & REMOVAL
  • NO GARBAGE RECEPTACLES ARE PROVIDED - PACK-IN & PACK OUT
  • PLEASE REMOVE ALL WASTE MATERIALS WHEN YOU LEAVE
  • $1000 FINE FOR LITTERING IN PARK
  • REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY TO PALM BEACH COUNTY SHEFIFF OFFICE 561-688-3400 OR 911 FOR EMERGENCY
  • PARK IS OWNED BY THE SOUTH INDIAN RIVER WATER CONTROL DISTRICT 561-747-0550