The members of the Lauderhill City Ranger Division are committed to providing professional, quality public safety to the City of Lauderhill parks, facilities and community. We value professionalism as the ideal conduct that is based upon uncompromising virtues of character that embraces public trust and promotes safety.
To provide within the City of Lauderhill a safe environment where all residents and visitors can visit our parks and facilities, and can perform their daily routine at any time free from the fear of any type of harassment or criminal activities of any person.
A City Ranger is an individual who works patrolling the City, Business areas, Parks and Facilities to help residents and visitors enjoy the City of Lauderhill to the fullest extent.
While you’re enjoying the beauty of our City, please remember to follow these simple steps for staying safe.
- Place purses, bags and other personal belongings in the trunk of your car prior to arriving at the park or facility. Thefts can occur when park visitors are observed placing items in their trunk or hiding their keys.
- Do not place valuables where they can be seen through the window of your car.
- An even better idea is to leave valuables at home and bring only what you need.
- Lock your vehicle and make sure the windows are up.
- Always be aware of your surroundings.
- Report any suspicious activity in the parks to the City Rangers by calling (954) 730-3072 Monday through Thursday from 7:30 A.M. until 6:00 P.M. Please leave a message if after hours.
- Closely supervise your children as you visit our parks and facilities.
- No dogs are allowed in the parks.
- No consumption of alcohol allowed in the parks.
- No use of any kind of narcotics in the parks.
- No panhandling in the parks or facilities.
Lauderhill City Rangers staff, as shown in the photo from left to right: Record Supervisor Patricia Anderson-Whyte, Robert Lockery, Senior City Ranger Michael Watson, Natalie Cunningham, Fred Curry, Toni Brown, Haroldo Rodriguez, and Russel Innis.