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How to register for the Covid-19 vaccine: Updated 11:40 am 3/25/2021

Governor Ron DeSantis announced on Thursday, March 25, 2021 that all Florida residents age 18 and over will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine beginning April 5, 2021.  Florida residents age 40 and over will be eligible for the vaccine starting March 29, 2021.  You may watch his announcement by clicking this link.

Governor Ron DeSantis has signed Executive Order 20-315 ​which outlines that providers can only administer the COVID-19 vaccine to the following groups:

  • Long-term care facility residents and staff.
  • Persons 50 years of age and older.
  • Health care personnel with direct patient contact.
  • Persons deemed to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 by hospital providers.

If you meet the qualifications to receive the Covid-19 Vaccine here is the way to schedule an appointment locally:

  1. Starting at 6 AM on Friday, January 22, 2021; you may schedule a vaccine at select Publix Pharmacies. Please visit for further instructions.

At this time, the Health Department and Publix have advised that no walk-in appointments or phone call reservations will be accepted. Vaccination appointments are based on dosage availability, we appreciate your continued patience. Once the Town is able to provide vaccinations for residents, it will be coordinated with the City of Delray Beach. The Town will continue to provide updates through the website and CodeRed as information becomes available.

Additional updates on local vaccine distribution will be communicated through, twitter account @HealthyFLPBC, and local media.

Make sure you speak with your primary care provider to answer any questions you have about the vaccine before you receive it.​

To prepare for your vaccination, please print out and read the information below:

Visit the Palm Beach County Health Department website for instructions.

Town Update on COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) revised 1/06/2021 11:30 am

The Town of Gulf Stream “strongly urges” all residents to wear facial coverings while in public. Senior citizens and individuals with a significant underlying medical condition as those who should be particularly careful and stay at home. We recommend that Gulf Stream residents adhere to the CDC recommendations regarding social distancing when not at home.  Anyone entering Gulf Stream from an area with substantial community spread, is recommended to self-isolate for a period of 14 days.


For a map of Palm Beach County Covid-19 testing sites here.

The Palm Beach County website keeps a list of the Governor’s Executive Orders as well as its own Orders. That website is here.

  • Gulf Stream Town Hall and Police Lobby are closed to the public
  • For more information, please call town hall at 561-276-5116

For information regarding COVID-19 please visit either the CDC’s website at or the Florida Department of Health’s website at The Florida Department of Health’s (DOH) COVID-19 Call Center is now available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1 (866) 779-6121 or email your questions to


Town Hall

Public Safety

Get Involved & Informed by coming by with any questions regarding the approval process.   Get informed by coming to one of our Town Hall meetings.  Read more about our Town Hall

The Gulf Stream Police Department provides around-the-clock public safety services to the town. Located across the street from the Town Hall… Read more about our police department

The Town of Gulf Stream is pleased to announce a new emergency notification system available to residents at no cost through CodeRED.  To register to receive free emergency and other important town related alerts, please visit the CodeRED enrollment website here.

The Palm Beach County Mosquito Control Division’s top tips for protecting yourself from mosquitoes can be found here.


Gulf-Stream-PropertyIn 1916, the State of Florida began to open a stretch of roadway along the Atlantic Ocean coastline, as a more scenic alternative to Route 1, now called the Federal Highway. The road eventually became known as State Road A1A. To address high winds along the route, Australian Pines were planted along both sides of A1A, from Jacksonville to Miami. The Town of Gulf Stream is the only remaining stretch where the Australian Pine Canopy still remains. It has since been designated as an historic and scenic highway, allowing the Town to protect and cultivate new plants to maintain and expand a stand of more than 300 pines… Read more about the town

Facts About Gulf Stream

The Facts

1,001 residents – 2018 year estimate

The median age in Gulf Stream is 58.2 years. The population is nearly split between males and females, with only two more men than women at the 2010 U.S. Census.


Gulf Stream School, which was founded in 1938, offers private, quality education to up to 250 students from pre-Kindergarten to the 8th Grade.


According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the Town has 525 housing units and 361 households.  Eighty-eight percent of the occupied housing units are owner-occupied.

In 2011, the Town annexed 16.6 acres of land which added 102 additional dwelling units into the community.


The Town consists of 537 acres of residential, public and preserved lands.  There are no properties zoned for commercial or industrial uses.  Only 9.3 acres of the Town are vacant and available for development.


Pay Your Water/Garbage Bill Online

Town residents can now view and pay their monthly water bill at this link:
When setting up your online account, each resident will need to use the personalized code printed on your utility bill.

Contractor Registration & Permit Information

All workers hired to perform services for your property (employees and deliveries not included) must be registered to do work in the Town. If you are hiring a contractor (for example, to do lawn work or make improvements to your home) please ask them to register at Town Hall if they are not currently on file. Occupational registration is designed to ensure workers are properly licensed and insured, which enhances the safety of the community.  Requirements Attached

All work requiring a permit must be submitted on a City of Delray Beach application.  You can get those applications on their website here.  We require all permit applications to include four (4) sets of all plans, product approvals, and attachments.

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