The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Four, is pleased to provide information regarding the proposed lighting projects located along SR 870/Commercial Boulevard and SR 816/Oakland Park Boulevard.
Meet the Mayor and other elected officials.
Learn the great game of tennis at local City Parks.
Join us for free music lessons at St. George & West Ken Lark Parks.
The State of Florida only regulates Sparklers for consumer sales and use. All other fireworks are considered pyrotechnics and are illegal for home use.
West Ken Lark Park hosts a free Chess Program for Lauderhill families. Learn to play, hone your skills and challenge your friends.
For Lauderhill Residents Residing in the area bound by: Northwest 11th Street to Northwest 12th Street on Northwest 43rd Terrace, Northwest 11th Street to NW 12th Street on Northwest 46th Avenue and Northwest 43rd Terrace to Northwest 46th Avenue on NW 11th Street.
PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE FOR Lauderhill Residents Residing in the area bound by: Northwest 11th Street to Northwest 12th Street on Northwest 43rd Terrace, Northwest 11th Street to NW 12th Street on Northwest 46th Avenue and Northwest 43rd Terrace to Northwest 46th Avenue on NW 11th Street.
The ForeLife Inc. Golf Program hosted a very successful 10th Annual Celebrity Throwback Golf Tournament. The funds help provide local youth with an opportunity for quality mentoring and golf programming at little or no cost.
The SunSentinel put a spotlight on the City of Lauderhill's new program, Learn to Swim with a Cop & Firefighter.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is required by law to provide public notice of its intent to provide federal assistance and grant opportunities via the Public Assistance (PA), Individual Assistance (IA), or Hazard Mitigation Grant (HMGP) programs.
The City of Lauderhill's new residential recycling program provider is Waste Management. Click here for more information.
Former Lauderhill Firefighter and Lifeguard Joshua Schwabenbauer donated heart allows Adelia Harris to live. Click here to read this heartwarming story of a Lauderhill hero who saved a life after he lost his.
City of Lauderhill’s Utility Billing Division Only Uses “Bill2Pay” for its Online Bill Payment Service Provider
Effective May 1, 2017 the City of Lauderhill Community Bus Route #6 & #7 Timetable Schedule will change slightly with an additional stop added for your convenience.
It was one of the worst days in Nicola Taylor’s life. At eight months pregnant, an electrical problem caused her apartment to catch on fire, leaving her and her family with only a hotel room to call home. That’s all changed as Lauderhill Fire Rescue threw a surprise baby shower for Nicola and her family, gifting her with everything a baby could need, including a new place to call home.
Members of the Lauderhill Police Department were contacted earlier this week by Ms. Pearl Soloman who is a resident of Lauderhill. Ms. Soloman explained she was just awarded custody of her four grandchildren (ages ranging from 6-11 years old) and was asking if there were any programs in the police department where she could receive donated bikes so her grandchildren could have bikes to ride to play with the other neighborhood children.
The Mayor and Commissioners wish residents and visitors a pleasurable experience while in the City of Lauderhill. Please review our Parking Guide for Residents and Visitors.
Christmas came early for more than a dozen school kids when the 'Secret Santa' of the Lauderhill Police Department gave away a bag of toys.
Lauderhill's finest partnered up with Target for the 7th straight year to host a "Shop with a Cop" day for local kids in the community. It was a great success!
The winning ticket was drawn by a member of ForeLife, a not for profit organization utilizing the game of golf to build character and empowerment skills to our community's youth.
LPAC Season Presentations Showcase
The City of Lauderhill and Vice Mayor Ken Thurston hosted a tree giveaway for residents at the Green Series Workshop on November 17, 2016 with NatureScape Broward.
At 2:11 p.m. on Monday, November 7, 2016, Lauderhill Fire Rescue responded to a report of a sick child at 5801 NW 19 St in Lauderhill at the “Ave Marie Friends Preparatory School”.
Renaming & Dedicating Lauderhill’s Fire Rescue Headquarters After the late Fire Chief, Edward T. Curran, Jr.
The Florida League of Cities has appointed City of Lauderhill Commissioner Hayward J. Benson, Jr., to serve on the 2016-2017 Growth Management & Economic Affairs Legislative Policy Committee. Congratulations to Commissioner Benson!
The Broward County Water Service Area Free Chlorination Event begins on September 20th, 2016 in Lauderhill. This is for properties serviced by Broward County Water and Wastewater Services.
Lauderhill Mayor Kaplan is starting to resume his regular duties while healing from unexpected surgeries.
City Manager Charles “Chuck” Faranda is proud to announce Acting Chief Constance Stanley has been appointed to the permanent position of Police Chief and Acting Chief Marc Celetti to the permanent position of Fire Chief.
The MBDA Business Center will be providing free business assessments for Lauderhill businesses.
Interested in taking your business to the next level? Join the Lauderhill International Trade Incubator and allow our team of experts to assist you in growing your business.
Get your kids a fresh look and a fresh hair cut before school starts.
Take advantage of Back-to-School Shopping
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Read latest health advisory on the local air quality.
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Producer and director of "The Butler" visits Lauderhill