City of Westlake to be Officially Recognized by U.S. Postal Service
CITY OF WESTLAKE, Fla. – (August 28, 2017) – The City of Westlake, Florida’s newest municipality, will officially be recognized by the United States Postal Service (USPS) effective September 15. The city was incorporated as Palm Beach County’s 39th municipality just over a year ago but was not immediately recognized as a permitted designation by the USPS.
The City of Westlake will share the 33470 ZIP code with Loxahatchee, according to the USPS.
“This designation is an important step for the City of Westlake and its future residents, who will truly be creating a brand-new city from the ground up,” said Mike Belmont, president of Minto Communities USA. Minto is developing the 3,800-acre master-planned community of Westlake within the city limits.
Located in Central Palm Beach County, Westlake will blend residential, commercial, recreational and natural elements to create a vibrant new city. The Westlake Town Center will be a comprehensive retail district with an eclectic blend of retailers, wide sidewalks and public spaces that host a lively calendar of programming and events. The community will feature an Aquatics Center with lagoon-style pool, tower slide and splash pad, plus an adult pool with swim lanes and shade cabanas. Expansive recreational lawns offer spaces for picnics, lawn games and events. Additional amenities include an adventure playground, dog park, sports courts and multi-purpose building.
Minto is currently constructing six model homes, which are expected to be completed this fall to coincide with the opening of the Westlake sales center. The sales center will feature interactive displays, a full interior design center, cafe’ and children’s playroom.