Breakers West Association, Inc.
937 Dickens Place
West Palm Beach, FL 33411
Phone: 561.790.0016
Fax: 561.790.0570


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West Palm Beach, FL (33411)

Welcome to the Breakers West Homeowners’ experience.

This elegant gated community is 3 miles west of Florida’s Turnpike, on Okeechobee Blvd. in West Palm Beach, Florida. Situated on 670-acres of natural wooded area, this beautiful community is a wildlife sanctuary. Towering pines and graceful palms, sparkling lakes and manicured lawns, set the canvas for homeowners to experience a tranquil lifestyle in an Old Florida setting. Breakers West has approximately 500 single family homes in 14 neighborhoods. See below for a specific neighborhood.

Diversity is of prime importance in this peaceful setting. Young families and retired seniors live side by side. The three mile main road is always active with runners, walkers, baby carriages, bicycles and of course, golf carts.

Within the community are two distinctive private golf courses. Mayacoo Lakes Country Club and The Breakers Rees™ Jones Course, both well known for their championship layouts. The clubs offer swimming pools, tennis facilities, fitness centers and dining rooms, both casual and formal. Residents of the community are invited to consider memberships.

Your BWA Board of Directors and Committees are comprised of residents who volunteer their time to work closely with the onsite Property Manager of Lang Management Company. Together, they ensure the integrity of homeowner documents and maintain the high standards within Breakers West.

This site will give you, the residents, the resources to explore community newsletters, retrieve information regarding neighborhood boards and, most importantly, to be informed when you have concerns about “what’s happening.”