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Broward County Judicial Candidate Forum – August 13, 2018

JUDICIAL CANDIDATE NIGHT THE FORT LAUDERDALE DISTRICT 2 CIVIC ASSOCIATIONS INVITE YOU TO: MONDAY AUGUST 13TH 2018 6-9 PM ARTSERVE, 1350 E SUNRISE BLVD We thank Rafael Olmeda, our Debate Moderator, and all of the Candidates for their participation. Most of all we thank you, the members of our community, for your voice and your vote. For further information go ... Read More »

April and May showers bring June … not flowers, mosquitoes.

  By Bob LaMendola Florida Department of Health in Broward County April and May showers bring June … not flowers, mosquitoes. After the heavy rains of May and Subtropical Storm Alberto, the biting bugs are back and you should protect your family. The bug to watch for is the Aedes mosquito, a small, black one with white spots that lives ... Read More »

Celebration Brick Program Installation Event

Please join us on to install and celebrate the first batch of Celebration Brick Program. These Legacy Gift Bricks will be laid at the Main Entrance creating paved areas. Date: June 30, 2018 Time: 10:00 am Location: Imperial Point Drive Entrance Please click here to order a brick. Read More »

The Neighbors App is the new neighborhood watch

Welcome to the Neighborhood The Neighbors App is the new neighborhood watch that brings your community together to help create safer neighborhoods. With real-time crime and safety alerts from your neighbors, law enforcement and the Ring team, the Neighbors App proactively keeps you in the know. See how the Neighbors App works. Try the Free App   Stay Ahead of ... Read More »

City’s Police Department Building Infrastructure Observations

Ralph Zeltman

City’s Police Department Building Infrastructure Observations I observed the existing conditions of the FLPD building and outside premises making me aware of the many undesirable conditions, some of which involve health; building safety and security concerns and have preliminarily listed below: 1.) The front visitor parking area is susceptible to vehicles crashing into the building. Bollards might be installed between ... Read More »

Progressland News Reel by General Eletric

Enjoy this 1964 video featuring Imperial Point! A newsreel created for the “Progressland” exhibit at the 1964 World’s Fair. Rossmore Leisure World in Seal Beach, CA has total electric living by GE. Bell X14A experimental aircraft can redirect thrust of its two GE J-85 engines for vertical takeoff and landing. Western Reserve University library uses GE computer to store abstracts ... Read More »

2018 Spring Fling

ANNUAL SPRING FLING IN THE PARK Saturday, March 24, 2018 Time: 10 am SHARP! Location: Dottie Mancini Park Ages 2 to 11 can enjoy finding over 3,000+ eggs throughout the park, a huge slide, games, prizes, crafts, entertainment, music, hot dogs, soda! FREE EVENT Don’t forget to bring a basket! Read More »

The City of Fort Lauderdale Infrastructure Projects Update

Ralph Zeltman

Now is your chance express your concern on which infrastructure project needs to be addressed! Sincerely, Ralph Zeltman, Board of Directors Imperial Point Association, Inc. Read the DEP Consent Order here > Read More »

Imperial Point General Meeting – 1/08/2018

You Are Invited to Imperial Point’s Annual General Meeting! Monday, January 08, 2018 | 7:00 PM Location: Broward Health Imperial Point 6401 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308 (Auditorium) Please join us for the Annual General Membership meeting. Hear what’s new in Imperial Point, meet your neighbors. Local government officials will be in attendance. This meeting is for ALL Imperial Point Residents. ... Read More »

City Wastewater Pump Station B-10 Rehabilitation Project Update 2

Ralph Zeltman

By Ralph Zeltman June/July 2017 The City of Fort Lauderdale Public Works Department (PWD) recently indicated they will extend their receiving bids for the WWPS B-10 Rehabilitation Project located at Imperial Point Drive and NE 22nd Lane until late May. Once bids have been received and reviewed, the low acceptable bid will be submitted to the City Commission for their ... Read More »