The Torpedoes youth swim team program caters to children 5 years old and up who are interested in learning and competing in the sport of swimming. They practice at the
Veterans Park Pool and The Lauderhill Aquatic Center at John Mullin Park.
This program focuses on academics and athletics while competing against local and regional competition. All participants must maintain good grades and positive behavior in the classroom and in the pool. Participants who do well in the classroom and in the pool are eligible for scholarships through the City of Lauderhill's
Sports Advancing Kids Education program.
This is a year round program. For more information about the program, please contact Veterans Park at 954-572-1462 or The Lauderhill Aquatic Center at John Mullin Park at 954-486-3278.
2018 Jammin in the Park & Art Fest
The 6th Annual Jammin’ in the Park & Art Fest will take place on April 28, 2018 at Ilene Lieberman Park, from 4 pm – 10 pm. Hosted by Hot 105’s Traci Cloyd, this party in the park is for the mature and grown who like music, food, and art!
Sign your kids up for free swim lessons in Lauderhill
The SunSentinel put a spotlight on the City of Lauderhill's new program, Learn to Swim with a Cop & Firefighter.
FDOT project to commence on Commercial Blvd. and Oakland Park Blvd.
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.
Lauderhill Featured in Quality Cities Magazine
In the January/February 2018 issue of Quality Cities Magazine, a spotlight is put on the City of Lauderhill for their new concept on pedestrian safety, PEDSTED. Written by your very own Mayor, Richard Kaplan, the article explores the research that went behind this innovative idea.
10th Annual S.A.K.E. Awards - Sun Sentinel Recap Article
The PALS department recently hosted our 10th Annual Sports Advancing Kids Education (SAKE) Awards. The Sun Sentinel recently recapped the event and program which has now provided $25,000 in scholarships to children.