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Celebration Brick Program Order Form

The purpose and goal of the Celebration Brick Program is to help finance the next major stage of the overall project: Renovation of the Monument Wall (M-Wall), as well as the two smaller monuments (m&m) at the East and West locations on 62nd Street to emphasize the borders of the Imperial Point Neighborhood. If you are looking for a unique gift ... Read More »

Charles W. Fiveash Water Treatment Plan Upgraded or Replaced?

Ralph Zeltman

Charles W. Fiveash Water Treatment Plan Upgraded or Replaced?   The City of Fort Lauderdale’s Charles W. Fiveash Water Treatment Plant (WTP) was constructed in 1954 and has been expanded four times currently having a 70 Million Gallons Per Day (MGD) design capacity and an average consumption demand of 47.1 MGD. The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) water use ... Read More »

The 2020 Census is happening now. Your response matters.

The census counts every generation. YOU COUNT. TAKE THE CENSUS ONLINE HERE! https://my2020census.gov/ Every 10 years, the United States counts everyone who lives in the country, from newborn babies to the oldest among us. It is important for everyone to complete the 2020 Census so that communities like yours can be accurately funded and represented. Responding is important. That includes ... Read More »

Vacation Rental Complaint 

Vacation Rental Complaint  Filing Vacation Rental Complaints Background: The Vacation Rental Registration Program regulates vacation rentals as defined in Section 509.242 of the Florida Statutes (2015). Through the administration and enforcement of the Vacation Rental Registration Program, the Community Enhancement and Compliance Division ensures that vacation rental operators are current with their State/local licenses and tax requirements. Community Enhancement Division Sunday – Saturday 7:30 a.m. ... Read More »

Curbside Electronics Pick-Up

CURBSIDE ELECTRONICS PICK-UP IS HERE!  City of Fort Lauderdale residents can conveniently and safely dispose of home electronics on the same day as their scheduled blue cart recycling. The City of Fort Lauderdale aims to protect the environment from potentially dangerous electronic components, also known as e-waste. Hazardous materials, such as lead, cadmium, and mercury are found in electronic products and ... Read More »

Planning Ahead: Holiday Sanitation Schedule

  Thanksgiving Day – The City will provide all curbside collections which include trash, yard waste and recycling on Thanksgiving Day, November 22, 2018. Bulk customers serviced the 4th Thursday of the month will be serviced Thursday, November 29, 2018. Bulk customers normally serviced the 4th Friday of the month, November 23, 2018 will be serviced Friday, November 30, 2018. ... Read More »

Forensic Inspection of the City’s Police Department Headquarters

Ralph Zeltman

Forensic Inspection of the City’s Police Department Headquarters As the civil engineer member of the City’s Infrastructure Task Force Committee (ITFC), I received permission from Chief Rick Maglione to conduct a forensic walkthrough inspection of the Fort Lauderdale Police Department (FLPD) Headquarters on April 9, 2018. Both the outside grounds and inside building premises were observed and photographed to document ... Read More »

Candidate Forum for the Florida House of Representatives District 93

Imperial Point Civic Association proudly presents a Candidate Forum Join us as we host a forum with the candidates running for the Florida House of Representatives District 93: Emma Collum (D), Chip LaMarca (R), and Kelly Milam (NPA), and Broward Co. Commission District 4: Lamar Fisher (D) and Shari McCartney (R). We will have a short Meet and Greet followed ... Read More »

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 »