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Quiet Zone for FEC/Brightline Train Tracks To Go Into Effect

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 - 11:40am

Beginning Saturday, June 2 at 11:59 P.M., the quiet zones for the FEC + Brightline train tracks will go into effect. The quiet zone located along the Brightline/FECR railway corridor is between West Palm Beach and Boca Raton. This corridor includes the City of Delray Beach from Lindell Blvd to NE 36th Street. 

Passenger and frieght trains along the FEC Corridor will no longer blow their horns at railroad crossings unless they're needed in emergency situations or to comply with Federal regulations or operating rules. All drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians should be vigilant and adhere to all safety precautions.

Railroad Crossings in the City of Delray Beach (North to South)

  • NE 36th St
  • NE 14th St
  • NE 8th St
  • NE 4th St
  • NE 2nd St
  • NE 1st St
  • Atlantic Ave
  • SE 1st St
  • SE 2nd St
  • SE 4th St
  • SE 10th St
  • Linton Blvd
  • Lindell Blvd.

Lane Closure on SE 5th Ave

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 - 11:21am

The westward lane on SE 5th Ave will be closed Friday, June 1 for work being completed in the center of the building for 4th and 5th Delray.

Atlantic Crossing Project Closures

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 - 11:36am

Closure 1 - Directional bore for installation of electrical panel in alleyway

  • The sidewalk on the north side of Atlantic Ave between US1 and NE 7th Ave will be temporarily closed for that day (May 29th, 2018)
  • The alleyway on the south side of Atlantic Ave directly across the above referenced area (where Swell Crepes and Coffee is located) will be closed until June 1, 2018.

Closure 2 - Indefinite sidewalk closure on Ne 7th Ave for sheet pile installation

  • The sidewalk on the west side of NE 7th Ave will be closed indefinitely which is associated with the Atlantic Crossing projects developing stages.

Top 5 Ways to Practice Positive Mental Health

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 4:41pm

The busy season in South Florida is winding down and summer is on the horizon, so it’s no coincidence to us that Mental Health Awareness Month is in May.

It’s easy to get stuck in a routine with a schedule full of work, school, family and other personal commitments without ever taking a moment for a little R&R. Whether you prefer hitting the gym, getting pampered or simply being one with nature, take some time this month to take that much-needed mental break, right here in Downtown Delray Beach!

Here’s five top ways to unplug and practice positive mental health and wellness in #DowntownDelrayBeach!

  1. Get active

Set up a nice playlist, plug in your headphones and get moving! Taking a walk, run or bike ride along the beach is an easy way to increase your energy and revitalize your mind and body. If you’re looking for more structure, there’s always the option of hitting a gym or fitness studio and lucky for you, we’ve got plenty of options. Barre Envy, PurLife, Ride Delray and Slash Fitness are just a few places in Downtown Delray where you can work up a sweat and release the stress.

  1. Enjoy Nature

There’s nothing like the great outdoors and we’ve got the options to prove it! If the waves are calling your name, then Delray Beach is where you need to be. What’s better than swaying palm trees, the feel of the sand beneath your feet and sound of crashing waves to help you relax. We also have plenty of parks throughout Delray Beach, perfect spots for you to take a few moments to yourself. Veteran’s Park also provides a serene environment with a perfect view of the intracoastal waterway. Bring a blanket and book or word puzzle to stimulate your mind or set up an impromptu yoga session.

  1. Perfecting the swing  

​If you’re feeling competitive, then participating in sports is a great way to get the adrenaline going. The Delray Beach Tennis Center is friendly enough to make you feel at home, with courts large enough to make you feel like you’re playing alongside the greats. Play a casual game among friends or take a lesson from one of their instructors. If quiet precision is your style, then playing a round at Putt’n Around is exactly what you need. So, grab a snack and hit the course.

  1. Mind, Body & Soul

What better way to release the stress than to fine-tune your body? Enhancing your health and overall wellbeing is the most important way to practice positive mental health. Whether it’s a trip to Foot Haven Reflexology Bar or Acupuncture Zen, you’ll walk away anxiety-free and ready to take on the world!

  1. Be A Tourist

Sometimes if you need a refresher, a Delray Beach staycation provides the perfect mental getaway. Here in Downtown Delray Beach, we’ve got everything you need including hotels, restaurants, art galleries and museums. Put on your tourist cap and explore this village by the sea. Need some inspiration? Stop by our brand-new Visitor Information Center & grab some guidebooks while talking to our knowledgeable staff about all the hidden treasures you can experience in Downtown Delray Beach.

Atlantic Crossing Officially Breaks Ground

Friday, May 11, 2018 - 4:21pm

On Thursday, May 10, city partners, community members along with the media attended the groundbreaking ceremony for Atlantic Crossing, the new project which will span two full city blocks and will include 82 condos, 261 apartments, 83,000 square feet of office space and 76,000 square feet of shops and restaurant, accompanied by an underground parking garage.

 

The project, which is expected to have a five year buildout, will start with construction on the underground parking garage which is estimated to take 15 months to complete. Atlantic Crossing is the largest private investment in the City ($300 million) and is projected to bring 600 permanent jobs.