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.
Lauderhill Department of Environmental and Engineering Services (Utilities Division) has been awarded outstanding EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) reports over the last several years for meeting all the required health guidelines as it pertains to our drinking water.
The City of Lauderhill encourages you to Precycle - Think before you buy!
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.
The Lauderhill Police Department supports the efforts to help end homelessness in our City.
On April 23 the Lauderhill Police Department (LPD) daily log indicated no criminal activity anywhere in the City! We attribute the success in part to the new “Just Don’t… You will be caught!”
The Lauderhill Police Department joins Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) in support of spreading the life-saving safety message 'Share the Road' campaign.
In light of recent attacks to Synagogues around the nation, Lauderhill Police Department recently presented safety tips and information to parents and students at Synagogue Gan Moshiach Israel.
On Tuesday, April 30th, the Broward County Chiefs of Police Association, led by Chief Constance Stanley, addressed residents of Broward County during a press conference regarding Autism Awareness Programs in Law Enforcement.
Lauderhill Mayor Ken Thurston and Commissioner Richard Campbell welcomed the staff and owners at the Grand Opening of the Youfit at the Lauderhill Mall on April 22, 2019
Not only does our Lauderhill 6-12 STEM Magnet School have a 100% graduation rate... but also thanks to an amazing partnership with our Lauderhill Fire Department.
Chief Stanley was a special guest speaker during the March 26 Unity and Legends Power of the Women Awards Ceremony, sponsored by “Coffee Break with Charley” to commemorate survivors of Domestic Violence and Sex Trafficking Acts.
The Lauderhill Visionaries Beep Baseball Team, with the support of the Look Through My Eyes non-profit, was recently highlighted in a Sun-Sentinel article. Congrats to the team!
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month... U Drive. U Text. U Pay!!!
Lauderhill Mayor and Commissioners received a great report from their youngest City Ambassadors a.k.a. the Youth Council Members
Mayor Ken Thurston gave an Official City Proclamation to the staff of the Greater Horizons Academy declaring the second week of April as the week of the Young Child.
The City of Lauderhill specializes in authentic restaurants that serve dishes national food chains can only dream of replicating!
Commissioner Denise D. Grant held her 2nd Business Power Brunch on April 3rd at City Hall.
Members of the Lauderhill Police Department wore jeans in support of the globally recognized Denim Day commemorating the international Sexual Assault Awareness Campaign.
April 15th through 19th is the National Emergency Tele Communicator/Dispatcher Appreciation Week.
The Sun-Sentinel recapped the 2018 SAKE Awards ceremony which was hosted at the LPAC on Thursday, March 7, 2019
Chief Stanley was a special guest speaker during the March 26th Unity and Legends Power of the Woman Awards Ceremony, sponsored by "Coffee Break with Charley.
An anonymous caller provided information to detectives from the Special Projects Unit (SPU) about a “marijuana grow house” in the Hidden Forest community.
Thank you for coming out to Jazz Under the Stars on 38th Ave! It truly was a night to remember - with plenty of options to keep you entertained.
March was an exciting month for the Lauderhill Police Department.
The Lauderhill Police Department held its 43rd Rescue Our Kids (R.O.K.) Boot-Camp Spring Break Session
On March 27th and April 3rd, the Lauderhill Police Department in partnership with the Lauderhill Fire Department and Parks and Leisure Services, continued hosting Safety Town events.
Officer Keechle was contacted by LifeNet, a Non-Profit Organization dedicated to feeding the homeless and low-income families in the area.
The Lauderhill Fire Rescue Department held their annual Awards Ceremony on March 5, 2019.
The Lauderhill Police Department has a “Zero” tolerance for loiterers and works very closely with the Broward County Homeless Taskforce to help combat homelessness, littering and loitering in the City.
On Wednesday, March 19th, Chief Stanley met with exceptional students from Lauderhill 6 -12 to speak about life challenges over a delicious Ice Cream treat!
The Lauderhill Police Department joined about 80 residents for the final Slow Roll bike ride of the season that started from the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center.
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.