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hazardous waste on September 28
Residents can dispose of
hazardous waste on September 28
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Fall Fun Guide 2014
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Residents who are no longer in a flood zone can opt out of flood insurance
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has recently updated the flood maps pertaining to Broward County and the new studies have indicated that most of the areas in City of Coral Springs are to be less affected by flood hazards then before. More...
FPL Strengthening Main Power Line
FPL strengthening main power line in the south end of Coral Springs Beginning August 2014, FPL will be working in the area bounded by Southgate Boulevard from SW 81 Avenue to University Drive; east and west of University Drive from Shadow Wood Boulevard to NW 19. More...
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Opportunities available to residents to dispose of hazardous waste
While the City of Coral Springs no longer participates in Broward County’s Household Hazardous Waste program, residents have several options for disposing of household hazardous waste. 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.
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Two-day water restrictions still in place
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File for Homestead Exemption at City Hall - West Wing Conference Room