Memorial Park

The Memorial Park Neighborhood Association was formed in 2006 to fight the poverty, crime, and injustice within our neighborhood's boundaries.

In just a short time, the Memorial Park neighborhood has become one of the most desirable neighborhoods for new home ownership, with home equity growing two to three-
fold in the last few years.

Our beautiful neighborhood is perfectly located with I-95 ramp access; beaches, the intercoastal waterway, and a thriving downtown area all within walking distance, along with Palm Beach County's largest park, John Prince.

Memorial Park is located where you can take advantage of local arts and entertainment; bicycle, jog or walk along scenic Lake Osborne; and participate in or watch sports such as soccer, basketball and baseball, all in the same weekend.

Memorial Park is a place for everyone, from families with young children, to college age adults and retired citizens. Within minutes of every resident are a wide variety of churches, schools (elementary through college), and recreational centers.

We are a multicultural neighborhood, inspiring restaurant entrepreneurs to serve rich cuisine from all over the world. Why would anyone want to live anywhere else?
Our boundaries extend from the east side of I-95 to the west side of Dixie Highway, between the south side of 6th Avenue South to the north side of 12th Avenue South.

Membership is open to all residents of Memorial Park.

Meeting Schedule:
February 10th, 7pm
May 10th, 7pm
August 10th, 7pm
November 10th, 7pm

Meetings are held at 925 South B Street. Please contact Jamas Ward for more information: (561) 572-1163 or email