Atlantis
The City of Atlantis is located in Palm Beach County Florida. The City, incorporated in 1959, is home to the Atlantis Country Club and the Atlantis Golf Club. JFK Medical Center is located in Atlantis. The Medical Center and the surrounding doctor's offices are the primary commercial industry in the city.

Belle Glade
Belle Glade is a city in Palm Beach County, Florida on the southeastern shore of Lake Okeechobee. Belle Glade (and the surrounding area) is sometimes referred to as "Muck City" due to the large quantity of muck, in which sugar cane grows, found in the area. About half the sugarcane in the nation is grown in the plains around Belle Glade and nearby Clewiston. Despite being located in the South Florida region of the state, Belle Glade is culturally more associated with the Florida Heartland.

Boca Raton
Boca Raton, familiarly known to locals by its first name "Boca," truly has it all. Beaches and golf courses; fine hotels and wondrous art museums; jazz clubs and concerts at Mizner Park; the glittery Town Center at Boca Raton shopping mall, with 220 upscale and elite specialty shops; and, elsewhere around town, countless family-owned boutiques. And let's not forget fine restaurants, some of the best in the south. After all, Boca is located in Palm Beach County and, more to the point, in the heart of Florida's Gold Coast. 

Boynton Beach
Boynton Beach is the Palm Beach county's third largest city and claimed the #1 rated beach in Palm Beach County in 2001, by the Palm Beach Post. The downtown area is undergoing a strong redevelopment effort including a multi-million dollar marina project. You will find a strong sense of community, an attitude of accomplishment toward planned development and a strong public / private partnership working to make things happen. Whatever lifestyle you seek, it's here in Boynton Beach! Upscale rental communities on the Intracoastal waterway, condominiums, luxury single family homes and estates, world class golf communities and of course, original ”old Florida' neighborhoods” offering the charm and intimacy of years ago.

Briny Breezes
Briny Breezes is a small coastal town located between the Atlantic Ocean and the intra-coastal waterway in Palm Beach County, Florida. Briny Breezes (or "Briny" as it is known locally) is a small coastal community of approximately 488 mobile homes along State Road A1A. Briny is a private community consisting mostly of Snowbirds" It and Ocean Breeze Park are the only two mobile home parks in Florida that are incorporated towns.

Cloud Lake
Palm Beach County's tiniest town​. ​Life is quiet in Cloud Lake, population 131. Demographic projections recently released by the county suggest that by 2035 the number of residents will soar to 158.

Delray Beach
In the southeast corner of Palm Beach County on the Atlantic seashore​. One of Florida's most popular destinations for visitors, new families and seasonal residents. The City of Delray Beach encompasses slightly over 16 square miles with a permanent population of nearly 65,000 and growing. Over the past decade, renewal and re-development efforts in Delray Beach have resulted in recognition as the All-America City in 1993 and 2001​. 

Glen Ridge
The picturesque town of Glen Ridge, Florida, is unique with a fascinating bird sanctuary. The 100 acre Town of Glen Ridge was incorporated in 1947.  One of the smallest towns in Palm Beach County, Glen Ridge is predominately residential with a cluster of businesses​. ​The population of Glen Ridge was 276 at the 2000 census.

Golf
The Village of Golf is a village in Palm Beach County, Florida. The population was 260 at the 2010 census, and ranked as the 4th highest-income place in the United States. Truly the perfect blend of socialization, entertainment and relaxation, the Village of Golf has something for everyone, and then some.

Greenacres
Located five miles from the Atlantic Ocean in Southeast Florida, the City of Greenacres is home to approximately 38,079 residents and over 1,000 small and medium sized businesses. T​oday is the 8th largest city of the 38 municipalities in Palm Beach County. ​ The City has earned a “Tree City USA” designation for 20 consecutive years by the National Arbor Day Foundation and in 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, and 2012 was recognized as one of the 100 Best Communities for young people by America’s Promise - The Alliance for Youth.

Gulf Stream
Gulf Stream is a town in Palm Beach County, Florida. The population was 716 at the 2000 census and ranked as the 11th highest-income place in the United States​. Gulf Stream is exclusively a residential and recreational town. The original vision of a place providing its residents and visitors an understated elegant experience has been successfully maintained.

Haverhill
Located in central Palm Beach County and consisting of approximately .61 square miles, the Town of Haverhill is located just minutes from downtown West Palm Beach, the Palm Beach International Airport, and great dining. Florida’s Turnpike and Interstate 95 are also a short drive away.

Highland Beach
​T​he Town of Highland Beach is located in the southern portion of eastern Palm Beach County​. The Town is bounded on the north and northwest by the City of Delray Beach and on the south and southwest by the City of Boca Raton. The Atlantic Ocean lies adjacent to the Town on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway lies to the west. Highland Beach is a residential community with a year-round population of 4,150 which increases to approximately 8,500 during the winter months by residents who list their northern homes as their official place of residence.

Hypoluxo
Hypoluxo is located on Florida's Gold Coast, halfway between West Palm Beach and Boca Raton.Hypoluxo is nestled in the heart of Palm Beach on the shores of the Intracoastal Waterway. ​J​ust minutes from West Palm Beach and a mere stone's throw from the sandy Atlantic beaches.

Juno Beach
The Town of Juno Beach is a seaside community ​with a ​hometown atmosphere that emphasizes community involvement, cultural activities and natural beauty. Juno Beach is located on a barrier island along the Atlantic coastal ridge. Juno Beach has many bike trails including one that surrounds Pelican Lake. A few minutes north on A1A is Loggerhead County Park, which includes amazing oceanfront nature trails as well. Just a short distance from Loggerhead, you will find Juno Beach County Park and Fishing Pier. The Marinelife Center, sandy shores, and gorgeous ocean views make this a delightful winter residence, a relaxing vacation spot, and the perfect area to retire​.

Jupiter
Jupiter is a town located in Palm Beach County, Florida. According to the 2010 census, the town had a total population of 55,156. It is one of the northernmost suburbs of the Miami metropolitan area.the town has a total area of 21.1 square miles​.​

Jupiter Inlet Colony
The town of Jupiter Inlet Colony is full of wildlife and beautiful gardens. The beach is accessible from all the homes by taking a short stroll across one of two brick walkways lined by many rare and beautiful flowering plants and trees. Jupiter Inlet Colony has a community park and a private Beach Club located on the inlet​​.​ ​Jupiter Inlet Colony is located in the southernmost tip of Jupiter Island.

Lake Clarke Shores
Lake Clarke Shores is located directly adjacent to the cities of West Palm Beach and Lake Worth.​ Lake Clarke Shores has maintained itself​ ​as an attractive residential enclave that is attainable to middle as well as more upper income households.

Lake Park
Just one visit to the Town of Lake Park is all it takes to understand why it's been called "The Jewel of the Palm Beaches." Lush landscaping throughout the Town, sails flapping in the breeze at the Marina, service-oriented Town staff, and a revitalized downtown all contribute to the desirable quality of life that was envisioned by Town founders in 1923.

Lake Worth
Lake Worth is a coastal city of 37,000 residents and 7 square miles, located in Palm Beach County, Florida. The Atlantic Ocean and the broad waters of the Lake Worth Lagoon form the city's east boundary and the beautiful fresh waters of Lake Osborne its west. Next door to Palm Beach, it is situated along the latitude making the northern most point of the subtropics. Lake Worth is truly the place “where the tropics begin” and the fun never ends.​ Lake Worth is a dynamic, multi-cultural city with a strong social and environmental consciousness.

Lantana
The Town of Lantana is a coastal community in Palm Beach County, which still retains the charm of its origins as an old Florida fishing village. It is the 15th largest community ​in Palm Beach County​, with a population of 10,536, and is noted as one of the oldest communities. Lantana encompasses an area of approximately 3 square miles.The Town of Lantana's recreational facilities include an eight-acre municipal beach with 745 feet of ocean frontage.

Loxahatchee Groves
​The Town of Loxahatchee Groves​ is unique, eclectic, self-reliant, and everything in between.​ There are no tract houses here, no golf courses, chain restaurants or other hallmarks of suburban southern Florida. ​The town ​neighbors Royal Palm Beach and Wellington.​ People in Loxahatchee Groves​ ​like their privacy and get plenty of it​. Dirt roads, no streetlights and large residential lots with room for nurseries, horse farms, a nudist colony, a goat-cheese dairy and an exotic-animal preserve.​ Loxahatchee Groves is bounded on the east by Royal Palm Beach, on the south by Wellington and on the west and north by The Acreage. It has an area of approximately 12.5 square miles​ ​and an estimated population of more than 3,000.

Manalapan
The Town of Manalapan ​is a small and quiet community​. The geographical configuration of the community is unique in that two separate areas exist, contiguous only by water. That portion along A-1-A between the Lantana Public Beach and the South Lake Worth Inlet​. Sharing Hypoluxo Island with the Town of Lantana, the more secluded area of Manalapan occupies about the southern one third of the Island. According to the 2010 U. S. Census, ​there are ​406 year round residents​.​

Mangonia Park
The current municipal incorporated limits of the Town of Mangonia Park, Florida, were originally part of an unincorporated area of West Palm Beach.There are 2,300 residents of the Town of Mangonia Park (as of 2003). An estimated 70% of the Town of Mangonia Park is commercial business and industry.

North Palm Beach
North Palm Beach is best known for its exceptionally high quality of life. Known world-wide for its recreation and leisure services programs, North Palm Beach boasts one of the finest municipal golf courses and country club complexes in South Florida.​ North Palm Beach is the only municipality in Palm Beach County that can claim a vast network of waterfront and canal-front properties.

Ocean Ridge
Ocean Ridge is a small coastal community along US Hwy A1A. It lies north of Briny Breezes, east of Boynton Beach and south of South Palm Beach. To the east lies the Atlantic Ocean.​ ​According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 2.0 square miles​.​

Pahokee
Pahokee is a city located on the shore of Lake Okeechobee in Palm Beach County, Florida. As of 2007, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau is 6,459. Culturally, Pahokee is associated with the Florida Heartland, although officially it is a part of South Florida.

Palm Beach
The Town of Palm Beach (called Palm Beach Island or the Island of Palm Beach to differentiate between the town and the county) is an incorporated town in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States. The Intracoastal Waterway separates it from the neighboring cities of West Palm Beach and Lake Worth. In 2000, Palm Beach had a year-round population of 10,468, with an estimated seasonal population of 30,000.

Palm Beach Gardens
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, is a Signature City which celebrates quality-of-life by fostering an environment of excellence.​ With over 30% of land mass dedicated to green space, recreation programs tailored for residents of all ages, an award-winning Art in Public Places program, a pro-active business climate that embraces innovation and an intrinsic understanding of the balance between social and economic conditions, Palm Beach Gardens is much more than the ultimate vacation spot.

Palm Beach Shores
Palm Beach Shores occupies the southern tip of Singer Island in Palm Beach County, Florida. ​Palm Beach Shores borders the City of Riviera Beach on the north, the Atlantic Ocean on the east and Lake Worth Lagoon on the west. On the south, the Palm Beach Inlet separates it from the town of Palm Beach. The state of Florida's eastern​ ​most point is located in Palm Beach Shores.

Palm Springs
Palm Springs is a village in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States. As of 2010, the population recorded by theU.S. Census Bureau is 18,928​. ​Palm Springs is primarily residential in nature.

Riviera Beach
Riviera Beach is a growing harbor city located along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean in southeast F​L. ​The beautiful sandy beaches make Riviera Beach an appealing place​.​ This progressive neighborhood abuts Lake Worth and has deep-water access and a top-notch yachting image. Labeled as the "Gateway to the Caribbean" or "Riviera of America" ​

Royal Palm Beach
Royal Palm Beach is a village in southeast Florida​. ​Royal Palm Beach is known for its many parks and general mission to protect green space​.​ Royal Palm Beach has grown from a primarily uninhabited swamp and natural preserve into a thriving village of nearly 25,000 residents.

Singer Island
Tucked between the city of Riviera Beach and the Atlantic Ocean, Singer Island offers a relaxing blend of natural beauty and upscale hotels and resorts. The island, a brief drive from West Palm Beach, was founded by sewing machine magnate Paris Singer and is now heralded for its seven miles of pristine beach and the nearby John D. MacArthur State Park that features nature trails, snorkeling opportunities, mangrove forests and other natural wonders. Also available to visitors – superb hotels and meeting facilities, a wide range of shopping opportunities, and some of the finest restaurants in all of Florida.

South Bay
​Near the southern bank of Lake Okeechobee, is the City of South Bay. Rich black soil and the lakes vast waters make South Bay a haven for agriculture and recreation. Located in Western Palm Beach County, South Bay has maintained its small town appeal in one of the nation's booming areas. ​The current estimates place South Bay's population in the incorporated city limits at more than 4,000 people​. ​Residents and businesses in South Bay have the best of both worlds-a quaint rural town near big city amenities.

South Palm Beach
The Town of South Palm Beach is a beautiful community of 3,000 permanent, and seasonal residents, located in Palm Beach County on a barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway on the west.​ ​South Palm Beach is approximately 5/8th of a mile long, and is bounded by the Town of Palm Beach to the north, and the Town of Lantana to the south. The primary focus of the community is to protect the residential nature of the Town, and to maintain its high quality of life through providing a myriad of services to the citizenry of the Town.

Tequesta
Tequesta is an incorporated village in Palm Beach County, Florida​. ​The population was 5,629 at the 2010 Census. It is the northernmost municipality in the South Florida metropolitan area​. ​Most of the village is located on the mainland but parts of the village are on Jupiter Island, with small sections both north and south of the unincorporated, county-owned Coral Cove Park.

Wellington
Wellington is a village in Palm Beach County. As of 2006, the village had a population of 55,584 according to the U.S. Census Bureau, making it the most populous village in the ​Florida. The Village of Wellington is known for its equestrian community and hosting equestrian and polo events. It is host to both the Winter Equestrian Festival and more than forty weeks of equestrian competitions per year.

West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach is a city in and the county seat of Palm Beach County​. It is the oldest large municipality in the South Florida metropolitan area​.​ Although sometimes overshadowed by it's famous sister city and winter destination of the rich and famous to the east(Palm Beach), West Palm truly offers something for everyone. From its sparkling waterfronts and crystal white beaches to its many manicured golf courses, parks and historical museums, the city appeals to diverse mix of ages and ethnicities. Whether you prefer the thriving downtown district or one of its sprawling suburbs, West Palm Beach is a great place to call home. Also, with accessibility to major roadways, Tri-Rail system and other public transportation, West Palm's location provides easy access to all South Florida destinations.