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Broward County Traffic Engineering

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Reminder Broward County Traffic Engineering will start the traffic striping along the edge and center of NE 62nd Street roadway pavement beginning on May 23 through May 25. The application of the thermal plastic striping requires 3 large truck type vehicles. Although the road will be closed to the general public, local residents will still be able to access in order to ingress/egress their properties. Pass this information onto your ... Read More »

Stay Updated With Neighborhood Projects

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Stay updated with neighborhood projects with the new website that maps out Public Works projects throughout the City of Fort Lauderdale. Website Link: Read More »

Broward County Teachers In Line For Raises

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Our own Laura Clark who is a Union Rep, a Librarian, and a Media Specialist was quoted in Wednesday’s Sun Sentinel paper: Broward teachers can expect to receive between 3 and 5 percent salary boosts, with the most experienced instructors slated to take home an extra $2,000 per year. Pay would be retroactive for the 2016 to 2017 school year ... Read More »

Air Bag Recalls

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Make sure you are aware of an urgent airbag recall effort. Certain models built between 2001 and 2003 have airbags that can kill drivers with up to a 50% chance of rupturing. There are thousands of these vehicles on the road with lethal airbags still in them, particularly in South Florida. Chelsea J. Lunn alongside Stephanie Grutman and Ana Cruz of Ballard Partners ... Read More »

2017 Fort Lauderdale’s St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival

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Imperial Point Civic Association had a great time at the 2017 Fort Lauderdale’s St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival on Saturday, March 11th, 2017. It was nice to see everyone participate in the parade and show how much we all love our community. Thanks again to everyone who made it possible and we’re already looking forward to next year’s parade. Check out ... Read More »

Imperial Point Civic Association Ribbion Cutting

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On February 27th, 2017 Imperial Point Civic Association held a ribbon cutting for the new grand entrance. We would like to give thanks to everyone who was able to come out for this very special moment, it was a great team effort. To view more pictures please visit us on our Facebook page. Read More »

2017 Fort Lauderdale St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival

2017-St. Patricks Day Parade and Festival

Fort Lauderdale St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival  Saturday, March 11, 2017 Time: Festival 10:00 A.M.- 7:00 P.M. • Parade 12:00 PM Location: Downtown Fort Lauderdale • Las Olas Blvd FREE EVENT Fun and excitement for the entire family!   Read More »

Broward County Traffic Study for NE 62nd Street from Federal Highway to NE 18th Avenue

Ralph Zeltman

By Ralph Zeltman Imperial Point Association, Inc. General Meeting on January 7, 2017, provided the County’s tentative time frame for a traffic analysis and recommendation(s) for NE 62nd Street between Federal Highway to NE 18th Avenue. The traffic study would be completed in time to give a presentation at our March 21, 2017 Board Meeting. There were two (2) serious accidents that occurred during 2015/2016 located at the NE 62nd ... Read More »


Ralph Zeltman

By Ralph Zeltman     The City’s scope of work for the proposed project to rehabilitate the existing Wastewater Pump Station (WWPS) B-10 located on Imperial Point Drive, just east of NE 21 st Lane, will focus on all of the internal components of the existing pump station, including the mechanical, electrical, and ventilation equipment at an estimated cost between $900K ... Read More »

City Water Maintenance Treatment Program Currently in Effect

Ralph Zeltman

  By Ralph Zeltman The City of Fort Lauderdale Public Works Department is currently performing their water maintenance treatment program at their water treatment plant to eliminate the nitrification build-up in their water distribution system. The City has temporarily changed from their normal water disinfection method using chloramines (chlorine and ammonia) to a free chlorine maintenance treatment that began on ... Read More »