That’s Lake Worth ‘Beach’ to you. City votes to change name.

Voters in Lake Worth decided Tuesday to change their city’s name to “Lake Worth Beach.”

The change to the Lake Worth charter means it will join the many other South Florida communities with “beach” in their names: Boynton, Dania, Deerfield, Delray, Golden, Hallandale, Highland, Hillsboro, Juno, Pompano, and Sunny Isles.

Unknown is whether the change will draw the kind of tourist crowds attracted by the most famous South Florida city with a beach name: Miami Beach. (There’s also North Miami Beach.)

The vote was close: 51.1 percent to 48.9 percent, according to unofficial returns. Just 2,710 of the city’s 18,185 registered voters participated in the referendum. That means the decision was made by just under 15 percent of the city’s voters.