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Population:   68,887
Incorporated:             June 20, 1959 with approximately 100 residents
Area:  7.84 square miles
County:  Broward
Form of Government: Commissioner-City Manager; Five elected Commissioners and an appointed City Manager
Annual City Budget  $118 Million
Awards:  All America City awarded in 2005
Zip Codes: 33311, 33313, 33319, 33351
Major attractions: Include beaches, major sports teams (i.e. Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat, Florida Panthers), arts, and cultural events.
Housing:        Contains an abundance of single-family, multi-family, and  townhome residences.
Number of Businesses: 5,000 registered businesses; 10,475 persons employed; Bachelor’s Degree or higher: 22 percent;
Medical Services: Florida Medical Center; Nursing Homes, Adult Congregate Living Facilities, Urgent Care Centers, various clinics, rehab services and professional offices.
Police Protection: Lauderhill Police Department
Schools:

5 Elementary Schools: Broward Estates Elementary School ,Castle Hill Elementary School, Larkdale Elementary School, Paul Turner Elementary, Royal Palm Elementary School.
2 Middle Schools: Parkway Middle School, Lauderhill 6-12 STEM-MED Magnet School,
1 High School: Piper High School  

Transportation: Lauderhill Community Bus Shuttle
Median Household Income: Lauderhill: $40,496 | Broward County: $52,670
Median Age: Lauderhill: 39.7 |  Broward County: 39.4