Indian Trail Improvement District 

Serving the public since 1957.

Various Media Articles

CBS 12

9/11/12 - Two weeks after Isaac flooding, Loxahatchee post office reopens

9/11/12 - Spillway built to relieve pressure on levee in The Acreage

Palm Beach Post

8/30/12 - Palm Beach County to Begin Aerial Spraying (Mosquito Control)

8/30/12 - Owners of submerged wells, septic systems urged to boil drinking water, decontaminate pipes

8/31/12 - Will dead fish from Isaac attract gators in the canals?

8/31/12 - District relieved for three-day weekend; hopes to reopen remaining 7 schools on Tuesday

8/31/12 - Flooded western Palm Beach County communities to see improvement this weekend, officials say

9/1/12 - Why So Much of Isaac's Rainfall Had Nowhere to Go

9/9/12 - Isaac's heavy rain blew past officials in Palm Beach County...

9/11/12 - Gov. Scott makes formal request for FEMA assistance; county and its cities could get $6 million

10/16/12 -Drainage rights kept Royal Palm dry while other Isaac-flooded areas suffered

News Channel 5 (some of these are video links)

8/31/12 - Acreage Flooding: Did it have to be so bad?

8/31/12 - Chopper Flies Over the Western Communities

8/31/12 - Fish Kill Smelling up Neighborhood

8/31/12 - PBC Animal Control Provising Free Food for Stranded Pet Owners

8/31/12 - PBC Health Experts Warn of Flood Water Drainage

8/31/12 - Isaac flooding: Help for homeowners with a pest problem after rains, rising water from Isaac

9/1/12 - PBC Enlist Helicopter Sprayer to Rid Air of Mosquitos

9/3/12 - Flood waters Slowly Recede ...

9/5/12 - Closed Loxahatchee Post office...

Town Crier

8/31/12 - Massive Rains from Isaac Inundated the Acreage

8/31/12 - Health Department Warns Septic Users in Wake of Flooding

ADDRESS: 13476 61st Street North, West Palm Beach, FL 33412 ~ PHONE: (561) 793-0874 ~ E-MAIL: info@indiantrail.com ~ Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.