Welcome to The Delray Beach Property Owners’ Association

Dedicated to the Preservation and Enhancement of Our Beach Area

 The Beach Property Owners’ Association (BPOA) is a non-profit organization of property owners and residents who are dedicated to the concerns and quality of life in the area situated east of the Intracoastal Waterway in the city of Delray Beach.  The BPOA serves as a strong, respected voice in preserving the natural environment of Delray’s beach area, with due consideration to property rights.The BPOA advocates for responsible growth and development in conjunction with the preservation of scenic beauty and our environment.  We work closely with city officials and follow issues related to noise control, traffic safety and parking, police and fire protection, the Delray Beach Area Master Plan, and beach and dune preservation.

The BPOA depends on your financial support in order to preserve, protect and advance the interests of its members.  The Association’s annual dues are $25. Please mail to the BPOA office below. If you are not a member and are interested in becoming a BPOA member, OUR ANNUAL DUES ARE ONLY $25. CLICK BELOW TO JOIN

Thank you for your interest and support!


December 6 th Membership Meeting
Thank you to all our members who attended the December membership meeting, kicking off another wonderful season on the Barrier Island. We appreciate all who attended and thank you for your continued support of the BPOA and our mission. If you missed the meeting, you missed a great presentation!

We would especially like to thank our guest speaker Delray Beach Fire Rescue Chief Keith Tomey and his staff for the very informative presentation. We have uploaded the Chief’s presentation to here and will share portions of the presentation on our Facebook Group. We encourage you to review this information to learn all about these great public servants and the work they do protecting us.

We believe it’s fair to say that everyone who attended left with the impression that we have an excellent fire rescue department of which we can all be very proud. The Chief’s presentation demonstrated that BI residents and businesses have adequate fire rescue services and that trucks,
equipment and personnel are available timely as needed. The Chief’s presentation also provided information about volunteer opportunities and training. We will distribute this information over the next few months. Volunteers support the career staff and only help to make us safer.

Pictured Asst. Chief Travis Franco, Asst. Chief Gregory Giaccone, Chief Keith Tomey, BPOA
President Hal Stern

Fire Chief’s Presentation