In 2016, residents voted to approve a GO Bond for improvements to Parks, Public Safety and Roadways. Keep up with all the exciting projects here.
City of Lauderhill Mayor Ken Thurston presented the State of the City Address on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at 6pm at Lauderhill City Hall.
Beginning Thursday, January 24, 2019, there will be construction activity along westbound Sunrise Boulevard between the Turnpike entrance and NW 56th Avenue. It is anticipated to take approximately five to six months.
We all love a story with a nice ending, and this is a good one!
Officers assigned to the Special Projects Unit have been very busy this year roaming in the shadows to make sure the city is safe
On Wednesday, February 20, 2019, Chief Constance Stanley hosted her first meeting as the President of the Broward County Chiefs of Police Association at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center.
On February 7th the Synagogue of Inverrary Chabad welcomed Lauderhill Police officers for coffee, cookies and muffins.
Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the new beautiful barber shop - Unique Kuts
On Friday, February 22, City and County Commissioners, Caribbean dignitaries, and South Florida residents enjoyed a glimpse into the cultural history of the Caribbean region at the Lauderhill Historical Museum.
On Wednesday, February 27th Chief Stanley and members of the Lauderhill Police Department in partnership with the Lauderhill Fire Department and the City of Lauderhill’s Parks and Leisure Services proudly hosted Safety Town for children from Eagles Nest Charter School.
Congratulations to our Chief Stanley for receiving the Community Appreciation Award
Officer Davlin Session, a 13 year veteran of the Lauderhill Police Department, was investigating the recovery of a stolen vehicle found in Royal Oaks Apartments when he was able to solve an auto theft ring!
Local elementary school-aged children participated in the 2019 City of Lauderhill MLK Task Force Civil Rights Spelling Bee in January.
This year’s first Slow Roll with a Cop Bike event kicked off from West Wind Park on Saturday morning January 19th.
The Lauderhill Police Department partnered with Mr. Roderick Hagan, franchise owner of the McDonalds Restaurant located at 1140 N St. Rd 7, for this year’s first Coffee-With-A-Cop event on January 17, 2019.
Chief Constance Y. Stanley was sworn-in as the new President of the Broward County Chiefs of Police Association.
Under the direction of Vice Mayor Bates, the City of Lauderhill and the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Task Force, organized various events for the 18th year to celebrate the iconic leader's birthday.
The City of Lauderhill is selling tickets for the Annual Taste Tour.
The City of Lauderhill is sharing some important Tips to avoid Car Theft:
Lauderhill firefighters came to the rescue!
Memories are forever so let’s make sure we are only making good ones.
The Lauderhill Police partnered with Target and Wawa for the Annual “Shop with a Cop” Program.
The Lauderhill Police Elves were very busy this month packing their sleigh and gathering bicycles for the Friday, December 14th Secret Santa toy give-away.
The Mission of the Lauderhill Police Department is to protect the community and enhance the quality of life for the Lauderhill residents and visitors through professional police service in partnership with the community.
It has become one of the most anticipated events of the youth football season. The annual Chris Smith All-Star Classic celebrated its 15th season on the gridiron with five age division games at the Lauderhill Sports Complex.
Mayor Ken Thurston is a lover of the arts! He along with the Lauderhill Performing Art Center’s (LPAC) resident theater company Stage Door Productions, will be sponsoring 1000 kids to attend a live performance of the “The Wiz” in mid-December.
The City of Lauderhill hosted its 2ndAnnual Holiday Tree Lighting on November 28th
The Lauderhill Lions claimed the Florida Youth Football League 9U Super Bowl championship. The Lions defeated the Miami Gardens Chiefs 12-0 to close out the perfect season with a 10-0 record.
The Broward Estates / St. George Civic Association really knows how to throw a party!
Members of the Lauderhill Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division brought a little bit of happiness to a Lauderhill family today so that they could enjoy the Thanksgiving Day holiday.
On Tuesday, November 20, 2018, the Lauderhill Police Department celebrated the graduating ceremony of two of Lauderhill’s newest police members.
The Lauderhill Police Department kicked off the 3rd season of Slow Roll on Saturday, November 17, 2018.
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Veterans Park hosted the Mayor's Chess Challenge on November 3, 2018.
On January 10, 2019, Chief Constance Y. Stanley will be sworn-in as the new President of the Broward County Chiefs of Police Association.
Lauderhill Police Department held a promotional ceremony for six of Lauderhill’s finest.
Residents, Staff, Vice Mayor Bates and Commissioner Berger welcomed in newly elected officials at the Official Swearing In Ceremony at City Hall.
The last City Commission Meeting for Mayor Kaplan and Commissioner Benson was tearful and emotional for almost all in attendance on October 29, 2018.
Since the beginning of the 2017 school year, Officer Sam Smith has been mentoring a 15-year-old young man who lives in the City of Lauderhill.
Homecoming Celebration at the FLL Airport for WWII, Korean War and Vietnam Veterans who were flown to Washington DC.
The Lauderhill Police Department has increased community partnerships by empowering residents and encouraging citizens to contribute to the City as police volunteers and to participate in programs designed to help reduce crime and bridge gaps between the community and the police.
The Lauderhill Police Department implemented the new License Plate Reader (LPR) technology as part of the General Obligation (GO) bond.
The Lauderhill Police Department is proud to announce the recent promotion and relocation to different units of some personnel.
The City of Lauderhill and its’ Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) hosted their first Pork, Pints and Palettes Beer-B-Q Festival event on Saturday, September 29th.
When adults respond quickly and consistently to bullying behavior, they send the message that it is not acceptable.
Emma Lee Lewis is the oldest active member of the Senior Silver Sneakers Program at West Ken Lark Park.
Helen Holmes is one of the most outstanding seniors in the West Ken Lark community. She is the founding member of the “Early Morning Walkers Program” at West Ken Lark Park, a group in which she has been an active member for over 28 years.
The OBYFA supports the Lauderhill Lions and their membership in the FYFL.
Registration numbers are up more than 100% and the teams have been successful on and off the field.