Sunset Ridge

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, located in the NW section of the city, including Vernon Heights. A good visual indicator that you are in Sunset Ridge is the water tower on Lake Worth's north side. Two other great features of our neighborhood are the baseball fields and Sunset Ridge Park. As neighbors, we work closely with PBSO and code enforcement to keep tabs on crime and vacant properties. We welcome both renters and homeowners alike to come to our monthly meetings where you can voice your concerns, or participate in our clean-ups, crime walks, and just-for-fun events!

Boundaries: Sunset Ridge boundaries 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 not part of Lake Clark Shores. Although Vernon Heights is not technically part of our neighborhood association, the people who live there are always welcome to participate at our meetings and events.

Meetings: Meetings are held quarterly (January, April, July, October) on the last Wednesday of the month at 7pm. Location: Sunset Ridge Park, main pavilion off of N A ST

Membership: Open to anyone who resides in the neighborhood.

Board of Directors:
Ryan Oblander, President
Talina Oblander, Vice President
Nancy Lee, Secretary
Barbara Ringhiser, Treasurer



Sunset Ridge Picnic 2013