|Urban Land Institute delegation to visit Coral Springs May 22-23
|Urban Land Institute delegation will visit Coral Springs May 22-23. A panel of experts will be available to suggest development strategies for Downtown and the new City Center Complex. The public is invited.|
|Police Department hosts inspirational seminar
|Residents are invited to come and meet Julie Weil as she tells her story of how she went from being a victim to a survivor on Saturday, June 1 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Northwest Regional Library. More...|
-- Replacement of water service lines in the Forest Hills area. Project will commence on April 22nd with an anticipated completion date of June 30th. The Contractor is Caribe Construction. Inquiries should be made to the Utilities office, 954-345-2160.
-- Construction of new sidewalk, curb, and gutter on 38th Drive from University Drive to 85th Ave. Project will commence on April 29th with an anticipated completion of August 30th. The Contractor is Eagle Enterprises. Inquiries should be made to the Streets Office, 954-345-2210. More...
|Coral Springs Police Department Rewards Teens for Safe Driving
|Applications for the Teens for Safe Driving are being accepted for the 2012-2013 school year are available now. This program rewards students who have not had a traffic citation or an “at fault” accident during the school year. The students who meet the criteria will receive a gas gift card, along with a certificate of recognition from Coral Springs Police Chief Tony Pustizzi. Students who are graduating seniors will also receive a cord to wear during their graduation. More...|
|Florida's Foundation offering free webinars on how to prepare for a hurricane
|Florida’s foundation is offering free webinars on how to prepare for a hurricane. The webinars are designed for homeowners wanting to learn more about how to strengthen a home to withstand hurricane-force winds. More...|
|Upgrades to sidewalks along Sample Road
Broward County Highways & Bridges will be upgrading sidewalks to ADA standards on the north and south sides of Sample Road from University Drive to NW 110 Avenue. The project is scheduled to begin on or about February 6 and will take approximately 45 days to complete. There will be single lane closures between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Message boards will be in place with dates, times. For more information, please call 954-357-6040.
|Residents Can Now File A Police Report Online
|Residents can now file a police report online for certain incident types, including criminal mischief (not including graffiti), harassing phone calls, identity theft, lost property, minor theft and property damage. The Coral Springs Police Department expects this internet-based reporting option to be very popular among residents who prefer a convenient online service. More...|
|Make a Call, Make a Difference
|Make a Call, Make a Difference and help keep your community safe. More...|
|Ficus and Rugose Spiraling White Fly
|Most Coral Springs homeowners are familiar with the little white flies that have taken over their Ficus hedges. This pest, known as the Ficus White Fly, was first noticed in Coral Springs in 2009 and has since led to the widespread defoliation of Ficus plants throughout the City. If your Ficus has been affected, here are a few tips: More...|
|Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3 (NSP3) Application
|The City of Coral Springs Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3 (NSP3) application package is now available. Funds are available for ONLY low-income applicants (0-50% of AMI). Please visit the Housing Assistance site for application and details.|