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Prevent Tailgate Thefts

Over the past few weeks, there have been a number of thefts occurring. Tailgates are difficult to secure but there are a few things you can do to make it harder for a criminal to steal this expensive truck part. Below are some tips on how you can help prevent these different types of crimes: • Always lock and secure tailgates ... Read More »

Protect Your Loved Ones with Safety Net Tracking Systems

SafetyNet Tracking™ Systems technology enables public safety agencies to quickly find and rescue clients with cognitive disorders such as autism and Alzheimer’s. We train the authorities in our areas of coverage on how to find lost people using SafetyNet Tracking™ Systems equipment and on how to effectively communicate with people who have cognitive conditions. Under the SafetyNet Tracking™ Systems program, your loved one ... Read More »

The City Appoints An Infrastructure Task Force Committee

Ralph Zeltman

The City of Fort Lauderdale appointed an advisory committee known as the Infrastructure Task Force Committee (ITFC) pursuant to Resolution 17-46 adopted on 7 March 2017. I am proud to have been selected by the City Commission as one (1) of the nine (9) ITFC Members. Our objectives will be to review and examine the condition and needs of the ... Read More »

Dog Park Guide

CANINE BEACH Days: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only November – March: 3 to 7 PM April – October: 3 to 9 PM Location: Second set of parking spaces north of Sunrise Boulevard on A1A (approximately 1269 North Fort Lauderdale) Annual permits must be purchased in-person at Parks and Recreation Administration located at Holiday Park, 1150 G. Harold Martin Drive, Monday ... Read More »

City of Fort Lauderdale searches for instructors for Cultural Arts Programs

The City of Fort Lauderdale Parks & Recreation Department, along with the Friends of South Side, is searching for top instructors to provide outstanding programs to our community! South Side is a historic, 11,000-square-foot, two-story Masonry Mediterranean Revival building with Pueblo inspired decorative elements. The completely renovated building will house a variety of cultural arts programs and events and be ... Read More »

City Wastewater Pump Station B-10 Rehabilitation Project Update 3

Ralph Zeltman

The City of Fort Lauderdale received six (6) bids that were opened on June 1, 2017, for the Wastewater Pump Station (WWPS) B-10 Rehabilitation Project. The low bid exceeded the City’s budgeted amount for this project and will require Public Works to submit a two-part agenda item at the August 22, 2017, Commission Meeting seeking approval to 1.) increase the ... Read More »

Broward County Traffic Engineering Division Enhancements Along NE 62nd Street (Cypress Creek Road)

The Imperial Point Civic Association would like to extend a thank you to Broward County Traffic Engineering Division for all their hard work. Read More »

Hurricane Season has officially started, are you prepared?

The most important step everyone can take to survive a hurricane is to prepare. If you have not completed your hurricane preparations, the time to do so is now. – Prepare a Disaster Supply Kit Now! Have enough emergency supplies to last for at least 3 days, but preferably 7-14 days. – Call now if you need to sign-up for ... Read More »

6-Week Diabetes Self-Management Workshop

Broward Health Imperial Point & the YMCA presents Diabetes Sef-Management Workshop an interactive workshop for those interested in learning about managing and preventing diabetes. Once a  week workshop for 6 weeks starting June 15th and ending July 20th, 2017. Call (954)759-74400 to register.  Read More »

Important Step for New Fort Lauderdale Federal Courthouse

Washington, DC – Today, Reps. Lois Frankel (FL-22), Alcee Hastings (FL-20), Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-23), and Ted Deutch (FL-21) announced that the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has issued a favorable report on the feasibility of building a new federal courthouse in Fort Lauderdale. The report concludes that construction of a new publicly funded courthouse is the best and most ... Read More »