Animal Control Officers are ambassadors of humane care and treatment of animals. They perform the job of educators, informing the general public of the ordinances and Statutes that exist to protect the people and pets of Coral Springs.
We are a small 3 member unit with the Coral Springs Police Dept. All animals picked up are strays or running at large with no form of ID. We post their pictures in hopes of reuniting them with their owners. WE DO NOT FACILITATE ADOPTIONS.
We work closely with rescue groups on all unclaimed animals. If you are interested in any of our animals, please email us, and if the animal is unclaimed and goes to a rescue group we will forward your information to the appropriate group and also email you their information.
We are not open to the public for adoptions.
The Humane Unit consists of 3 humane officers whose primary responsibility it is to enforce city ordinances, codes and state statutes regarding animal issues. The humane officers respond to citizen complaints regarding animal issues such as stray and injured animals and animal bites.
The Humane Unit conducts all care and feeding duties for impounded animals and supervises general maintenance of the retention facility. Humane officers have teamed with the local cable company to air photographs of impounded animals in an effort to unite lost pets with their owners and to find homes for stray animals. Additional information regarding the description of the animals can be found at lost pets
Humane Unit - Special Operations Component: Captain Bill Floyd