The Broward League of Cities has elected Roy Gold to serve as secretary. Previously, Vice Mayor Gold served as a director for the Broward League of Cities. As secretary, he now joins the senior leadership of the league.
“This is an extraordinary honor to be named secretary of this fantastic countywide board,” Vice Mayor Gold said.
Founded in 1957, the Broward League of Cities identifies and solves problems that affect the daily operations of Broward County’ s 31 municipal governments, including legislation at the county, state and federal levels. The mission of the organization is to identify and resolve issues, to promote municipal authority and represent the best interests of municipalities and their residents, to increase public knowledge of municipal services and responsibilities, and to provide leadership on issues of local, regional, state and national concern.
Active in the community for over two decades, Gold currently serves on many local boards and committees. He serves as chairperson of Broward Beautiful, the Broward County affiliate dedicated to community beautification and litter removal. He has coordinated Coral Springs’ Adopt-a-Mile program since 1990 and oversees more than 450 volunteers as the Coral Springs site leader for the annual Broward Waterway Cleanup. He championed both the Neighborhood Tree Planting Program and the Tree Subsidy Program. Each program is responsible for planting over 1,600 new trees within Coral Springs.
Other service to the league:
Member, Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Steering Committee and The Leadership Training Council, [Vice Chair Mission/Goals Sub Committee], National League of Cities
Member, Urban Planning Council, Florida League of Cities
Vice Chair, Environmental Committee, Broward League of Cities