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 Commissioner Denise D. Grant, Lauderhill Economic Development Division, and partner Alex Sanchez, President of the Florida Banking Association, work together to help local businesses with PPP - over 200 businesses engaged.
We stand in solidarity with the residents of Lauderhill and those around the State, Nation and World appealing for an end to brutality and racism. We encourage inclusion, diversity, compassion, and equity for all and firmly believe that Black Lives Matter.
Information on the Coronavirus (COVID-19), City closures, suspensions, and updates, and how to stop the spreading of germs.
The 2020 Census will determine congressional representation, how hundreds of billions in federal funding flow into local communities like Lauderhill every year, and provide data that will impact communities for the next decade. Help ensure the City of Lauderhill is fully represented!
Stay Home. Stay Safe. Save Lives.
The City of Lauderhill continues to provide good quality water to the residents and businesses served by the water distribution network.
Florida is facing a critical moment in its battle against COVID-19. Read this blog article by Wael Barsoum, CEO & President of Cleveland Clinic Florida.
The PALS Department and local partners are offering virtual programming and other great online options that your child (ages 6-17) can participate in.
The City of Lauderhill and Commissioner Denise D. Grant present Heal Our Nation Virtual Prayer Vigil, taking place Thursday, June 25th at 6 PM.
Chief Stanley addresses the tragic death of Mr. George Floyd, shares her empathy for his family and friends, and affirms her resolute expectations of the Lauderhill Police Department in a special letter.
The City of Lauderhill, While Supporting the Black Lives Matter Initiative, Moves to Reschedule event Planned for Tomorrow (5/31/20).
All Lauderhill Residents and Businesses Can Continue Normal Water Usage
The City of Lauderhill is dedicated to its business community. We are seeking your input in order to implement the best measures for mitigation and recovery of COVID-19.
Mayor Dale Holness presented a proclamation to Lauderhill’s Florida Medical Center on May 13th during National Hospital Week. Hospital CEO Jefferey M. Welch received the County Mayor’s proclamation surrounded by his hard-working staff.
Kinord Cinord was recognized by Florida State University in a published list of graduates who were recipients of Honors Medallions during the University’s virtual ceremony on April 30th.
The “770 Moshiach Center,” located in Inverrary, is a synagogue that prides itself on educating and strengthening the Jewish heritage and principals. The Chabad Lubavitch organization is building a new facility as an architectural replica of...
With people's relationships to their neighbors and family becoming stronger, Chief Stanley wants to share the positivity and optimism she's seeing as a result of charitable operations in our community.
Learn how Lauderhill police get the job done to protect our City!
We had two milestone birthdays in Lauderhill! Lauderhill first responders helped spread cheer to them both.
Every week, we hear of remarkable ways our residents and businesses have helped our front line, first responders. Share your stories with us!
Chief Stanley reminds us of contact-free reporting technology, what the consequences are of disobeying distancing requirements, and gives a personal "thank you" to the businesses that have been treating our first responders with extra care.
Just Don't! You Will Be Caught!
Hailing from Miami, Officer Belcher joins the Lauderhill Police Force with a strong history of unshakable determination to support youth of a community.
Lauderhill Representatives Selected to Serve on the Governor’s Task Force Executive Committee to Re-Open
Congratulations to two Lauderhill representatives for being chosen to Governor DeSantis' Task Force to Re-Open Florida!
Emily Becker was getting ready to celebrate her 7th birthday without her best friends when the Lauderhill Police and Fire Departments threw her a surprise birthday parade!
A thank-you goes a long way – and in Lauderhill, it comes in many forms!
Fresco y Mas Lends a hand in relief by donating food to our first responders, who then gave it to a family in need.
We love to show our first responders that their effort means a lot to us! One example of a thank-you came in the form of smokey plates served up for our front-line fighters by Lickie Stickie BBQ on Wednesday, April 15th.
Chief Stanley warns against scams that are using anxiety about the pandemic to their advantage.
The Lauderhill Fire Department had themselves lunch on the house, courtesy of Commissioner Denise D. Grant, to show the firefighters how much we care for their caring effort.
Lauderhill joined the "We Clap Because We Care" movement like so many other crowds across the world who have gathered outside of hospitals to thank the staff as they march into work.
We all do our part to thank those who help others. Peppa Seed used its donations to put food in the stomachs of our first responders at the Lauderhill Fire Department!
Chief Stanley has your best interest at heart. Here are her tips for these trying times.
The new normal has pushed us into new routine. Tell us about the positive impact this adjustment has made in your life.
The Lauderhill Police Department is hard at work to keep our City safe! Hear the stories first-hand.
Lauderhill Economic Development team is posting essential businesses to your
The City of Lauderhill, State of Florida, and the Federal Small Business Administration have aid available for your business and/or household to help stay afloat amid COVID-19 outbreak.
Law enforcement's Response to Pandemic Outbreak, COVID-19.
School Resource Officer Ervina Mosley was joined by other officers to have cold treats with students of Lauderhill 6-12.
Lauderhill Police Training Unit conducted Police Patrol Rifle qualifications for every patrol officer assigned a rifle.
A resident of Lauderhill, Vinnette Carroll made herself a legacy. Read about the remarkable trail-blazer whose inspiring story proves that a motivation and determination will set you apart from the pack.
Lauderhill resident awarded as he placed Top 10 at Fishing League Worldwide competition.
Commissioner Denise D. Grant successfully petitioned for full funding of House Bill 3477 “Lauderhill Southeast Water Service” in Tallahassee.
By integrating Rekor's technology, Lauderhill Police Department can further ensure public safety.
Phase one of Closest Unit Response successfully rolled out on Monday, March 2, 2020 in the Cities of Sunrise and Lauderhill. That will be followed by launches in North Lauderdale, Oakland Park and Tamarac on March 16th, and Fort Lauderdale on March 30th.
Hard work pays off! LPD shares news of recent accomplishments.
Chief Stanley shares precautions when it comes to children and vehicle safety (even when parked).
At 3 PM on March 3rd, 2020, join the community in honoring the new ceiling sculpture at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center!
Gabose Pocha, landmark Korean restaurant in our own backyard, gets spotlighted on this week’s episode of restaurant review show "Check, Please! South Florida."
Passport Immigration & Citizenship Agency in collaboration with The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade and The Consulate General of Jamaica, Miami presents Access Jamaica Expo Florida
The Consul General of Jamaica, the Honorable R. Oliver Mair, along with Host Commissioner Denise D. Grant, present a Community Forum to share best practices and concepts on how to ensure safe communities. Promoting cultural awareness in a diverse community is paramount to its success.
The Lauderhill Lions Soccer Academy has witnessed a resurgence in its travel soccer program that, in just a few years, has grown from one club to the current eight teams representing the Lions nation.
Chief Stanley describes ongoing Police Department activities that help unify and protect your community.
Firestation 57 fire fighters teach students from Lauderhill elementary schools about their careerpath as a first-responder.
Lauderhill Police Department stronger with new Bicycle Patrol Officers.
Our "Police to Citizen" initiative makes it easier than ever to submit a police report.
Lauderhill Police Department's latest accomplishments
The Broward County Supervisor of Elections is hiring election workers for the 2020 election cycle. You can earn from $150 to $250 per day. Call 954-459-9911 or log on to BrowardSOE.org for more information.
MLK Task Force presents 2020's Spelling Bee winners.
Youth baseball registration is OPEN. Practice starts February 10, 2020.
Commissioner Denise D. Grant spearheaded the inaugural Business Revolution Vision Brunch in January 2020. The power brunch included speakers and panelists that left the packed house only wanting more. Trends in utilities, banking, tourism, sports and more were discussed.
“Building Better Communities” is a collaboration between the Lauderhill Police Department and various entities.
Hear directly from our dedicated Chief Stanley
Bike riders were quick to get active with the Lauderhill Police Department on January 18th, 2020.
Don't miss out on this season's Opening Ceremony, parade, and soccer game!
Lauderhill Boys & Girls Club Receives Donations (Sun-Sentinel)
Highlights from the Lauderhill Police Department
Today, Monday, January 20, 2020, Waste Management informed the City of Lauderhill that our regularly scheduled Recycling Pick Up for today will not occur. Recycling will resume its regular schedule after today. Regular Garbage Pick Up will not be interrupted.
Republic Services is looking to hire Lauderhill residents. Please go to their website for more information on available opportunities.
Read about Santa Deliveries, Secret Santa, Shop with a Cop, and Menorah Lighting Ceremonies
CID unit members donated a holiday basket to a family struck with tragedy
The law ticketing drivers who text was fully enforced as of January 1, 2020.
Accomplishments from Lauderhill Police Department