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Loxahatchee and Acreage residents are a very diverse group. Our residents come from all different backgrounds, some of us born and raised here, others relocating from all different areas. There are many different reasons we have chosen to move out here to the "Western Communities" of Palm Beach County. Maybe you wanted to live on a small farm? Or a safe place to raise your family. Maybe you got tired of the "Urban Sprawl" and the traffic. Whatever brought us out here, we all enjoy the same benefits.
  • Fresh air
  • Peace and quiet
  • Dark nights and starry skies
  • Freedom from HOA restrictions
  • A "country" lifestyle
Whether or not you moved out here with the assumption that development would follow, the County has designated zoning and land use codes to ensure that people or corporations restrict the use of the land to within certain guidelines. This is why we have a pig farm behind Publix and not skyscrapers. 

Recently, there have been several developments regarding the sale of land for development and, while developers are entitled to build on their land, they are still required to adhere to the land use and zoning restrictions set in place by the County.

As you will read, what the land use is designated for and what Minto, the new owner and developer of the former Callery Judge Groves, is proposing is staggering. Minto would like for you to believe that they are planning "a vibrant and sustainable community that integrates with the rural character of the western communities".

Minto feels that this is what integrates with the "rural character" of our community:
  • 6,500 Residential Units, including Zero Lot Line, and Apartments
  • 200,000 square feet for Office Space
  • 200,000 square feet for Light Industrial/Manufacturing Space
  • 500,000 square feet of space for Aerospace and Technology Research and Development
  • 500,000 square feet of Retail 
  • 3,000 student University
  • 150 room Hotel
  • Spring Training Baseball Complex
We will be continuously updating the web-site to provide enough facts for you to determine for yourself if this is what you feel belongs in our community.

Please read about Minto's plan and what it means to our community and our lifestyle. Note the detrimental effects it will have on our water supply, drainage, environment, traffic, and overall quality of life.

If this is not what you want in your community, please read about how you can help us.
Read More about Minto and Callery Judge Groves.