Welcome to South Indian River Water Control District
The South Indian River Water Control District, known as SIRWCD, provides water management and road maintenance, as well as related services for Jupiter Farms, Palm Beach Country Estates, Egret Landing and the Jupiter Commerce Park in northern Palm Beach County, Florida. The District covers over 12,500 acres or about 20 square miles, with 189 miles of paved and unpaved roads, 60 miles of canals, and 376 miles of swales. The District was created in 1923 by an act of the Florida Legislature and is one of over 1,600 special districts in the state.
We'd like to thank the District's landowners who have sent in photos highlighting the natural beauty of the area and they are used throughout our website. We hope you will find our website informative and educational. If you have any questions, concerns, or issues, please contact the District Office or your Board of Supervisors.
What's a Special District?
What are Special Districts
and what services do they provide to those they serve?
History of the District
The South Indian River Water Control District was established in 1923 for water control.
Meet Your Supervisors
The District is governed by a five- member Board of Supervisors who serve three-year terms.
Meet the Staff
The Manager of Operations and Office Administrator oversee a crew of equipment operators.