Palm Beach Isles Security
Cameras are used at all entrances and exits to monitor and record traffic entering and exiting the neighborhood. The system was upgraded in the fall of 2018 to be fully digital and includes license plate recognition software.
January to Date
A Coral Way resident reported that his truck was rummaged through
by two boys at 6:45pm. There were no other reports that day The resident reported the incident to police, and the board sent the pictures of the two boys leaving the neighborhood at 6:49pm.
• A Gulfstream Road resident reported a young man had approached the home of her 95-year-old mother asking an aid for money due to him. Virginia said the aid was caretaker whose brother may have owed money. She reported to the police. I sent tag numbers and pics of the man going to her door.
RB police detective Emory Davis reported that the suspect from the Feb 2020 bike theft and May 2020 pressure washer theft has been arrested, jailed and is now out on 3yr probation with 12 month’s home arrest (must wear ankle bracelet). This took a while because she is not a city of RB resident. The case had to be referred to the state for arrest and prosecution
October - November 2020
August - September 2020
May 12, 2020
Power washer stolen from 1201 Gulfstream
Garage was open with owner working at side yard.
Captured video of a truck entering neighborhood empty and leaving with power washer
Found the same truck entering and leaving Island Drive with another piece of equipment
Determined this was the same person and truck from the Feb 28 crime below
Tag and video given to police outside of city
Apr 15, 2020
Mercedes S560 Stolen from 1060 Grand Bahama
Car was in open garage with keys inside. Homeowner was in backyard.
Captured video of the stolen car leaving and the accomplice's car entering and leaving.
Reported to Riviera Beach Police for investigation
Feb 28, 2020
Neighbor on the corner of Gulfstream and Ocean Drive reported a stolen bike from her open garage in the middle of the day
Recovered video of theft and tag number of vehicle
Reported to police
How to Attend the
Annual Meeting - Virtually
March 8, 2021 Meeting
Because of the pandemic, this year’s annual meeting will be virtual. All residents are encouraged to attend on March 8, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. by using your smartphone, tablet, or phone. For instructions on how to request an invitation, please visit the “POA Meetings” tab above.
This year’s meeting will include a review of our 2021 budget, an update on our neighborhood including the bridges, and on the City from Councilperson Julie Botel.
Questions for the Annual Meeting
In an effort to make this year’s virtual meeting as efficient as possible, we ask that you provide questions in advance of the meeting. If you have questions, please include them with your meeting invitation request. Questions submitted in advance will be prioritized during our annual meeting with any additional questions taken as time permits.