Town of Ocean Ridge
6450 North Ocean Blvd.
Ocean Ridge, FL 33435

Proudly serving the residents of Ocean Ridge for 86 years

The Mission of the Town of Ocean Ridge is to create and maintain a beautifully landscaped, diverse seaside community built around the family and civic pride, state of the art public services and infrastructure that enhances the natural beauty of our Town.

Town Hall:
561-732-2635 (main)
561-737-8359 (fax)
561-738-ORFL (6735)
Citizen Information Line

Town Hall Hours:
M-F 8:30am-3:00pm

Police Dept.:
911 (emergency)
Public Records Hours

Social Media:

Town Hall
Annual Audits/Budgets
Calendar of Events
Comprehensive Plan
Employment Opportunities
Flood Information
Household Hazardous Waste
Hurricane Information
Lost & Found Pets
Meeting Agendas & Minutes
New Resident Information

Noseeum/Mosquito Spraying
PBC Services
Public Records Notice
Recycling Services
Town Officials
Town Updates

Water Restrictions

Building & Zoning
Permit Fees
Permit Process
Permit Status

Work Hours

Police Department
Annual Reports
Monthly Activity Reports
ORPD Links
Public Records Request
Support Group



Ocean Ridge Support Group

The Ocean Ridge Support Group, Inc., adopted on April 13, 1976, is a non-profit corporation, the objective of which is to organize the residents and property owners in the Town of Ocean Ridge and surrounding area into a benevolent, educational and social corporation in order to provide scientific instructions and training for the purpose of protecting lives and property, and promoting good will within the Towns of Ocean Ridge, Briny Breezes, Gulfstream, Manalapan and surrounding areas.

The only donations given to the Ocean Ridge Support Group are ones solicited directly by the Support Group annually.  No other sources fund its donations.   If you would like to donate to the Support Group, please send donations directly to Ocean Ridge Police Department Support Group, Inc. at 6450 N. Ocean Blvd., Ocean Ridge, FL 33435.

The Support Group is made up of all Ocean Ridge Officers and supplemented by a number of volunteer officers.  The group meets once a month for training on various topics such as Human Diversity, Blood Borne Pathogens, CPR, defibrillator use and various law enforcement techniques.


During Tropical Storm Fay in August 2008, the members of the Support Group were available to help with traffic control, clearing trees and debris from the roadways, checking down power lines, moving stranded cars, cleaning storm drains and responding to alarm calls. Many of them worked through the night to ensure that A1A was passable although trees continued to fall and through traffic had to be stopped for certain periods of time. 
Fallen trees branches and coconuts were a major concern during the storm.

The new Town Hall and Police Complex has a small gym to promote the health and wellness of the police and Town employees.

Every police car is equipped with laptops.