Loxahatchee is the place where newcomers and residents move to in an effort to escape the city life in Palm Beach County. Most homes in Loxahatchee are built on a minimum of one acre, and many on as much as 20 acres. The community was originally named after the Loxahatchee River and is completely unincorporated except for the section designated as Loxahatchee Groves, which was established in 2006. This portion of the county is also often referred to as ‘The Acreage’.
Unincorporated West Palm Beach, Royal Palm Beach and the Village of Wellington are the closest neighboring cities to Loxahatchee. Together, these areas are referred to as ‘The Western Communities of Palm Beach County’. Animal lovers, gardeners and blue-collar workers who own their own businesses tend to be attracted to Loxahatchee for obvious reasons. There are also no housing administration authorities (HOAs) in this (more) rural community – a feature sought out by those South Florida residents who are more rebellious (or simply do not have the finances to accommodate HOA demands).
For many years, residents of the Western Communities were forced to drive several miles just to go to the grocery store. However, within the past ten years, many stores, restaurants and even a library have been added. Nonetheless, many of the streets are still unpaved and driving in the area at night is difficult for many people as there are not as many street lights as in the more rural areas of the county. Unfortunately, dark streets, a lack of traffic lights and deep canals along-side the roads have been responsible for many vehicle accidents and pedestrian fatalities here.
Because the area is so secluded, a majority of the crimes in Loxahatchee have to do with theft, animal abuse , child abuse and neglect, house parties, drug trafficking or possession, domestic violence, driving under the influence (DUI) and other traffic violations. Law is enforced in the area by Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office.
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