I hope everyone is having a great summer so far. It’s hard to believe school starts again in just a few weeks! Certainly with the Marjory Stoneman Douglas tragedy – and school shootings that have taken place throughout the country - safety is parents and educators number one concern.
On June 2, 2018, City Manager Mike Goodrum announced the promotion of Kim Moskowitz to the position of Director of Financial Services.
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The tragic events of February 14, 2018 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have forever changed the fabric of our community. With such devastating loss and grief, the City saw some of the most gracious gestures of kindness and generosity.
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Meet our Horticulture Contract Coordinator, Claudia Alzate, who has designed and implemented these enhancements to our City landscape since November of last year.
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The City of Coral Springs Fleet Division is ranked fifth in the nation by the 100 Best Fleets in North America program. With 38,000 public fleets in the country, the 100 Best Fleets program recognizes and rewards peek performing fleet operations.
Heather Nobler, resident and Tennis Pro at the Coral Springs Tennis Center, recently competed in – and won – first place in singles, doubles and mixed doubles at the National’s indoors over 35 division held in in Lexington, KY. This was not Heather’s first big win, she also ranked #1 nationally as a
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CSPD only agency to receive the Award with Excellence in both Law Enforcement and Communications out of more than 100 agencies.
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Staff at the Call Center will be able to answer questions about City-related issues and not concerns regarding canals, cable television or electricity.
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Lynne Martzall Public Information Officer/Writer
Writer who specializes in highlighting issues, solutions and day-to-day operations of city-government.
A 21-year public relations professional, Lynne served as the Public Relations manager for the Broward Sheriff’s Office – the nation’s third largest public safety agency until 2013, where she managed crisis communication, media outreach and the promotion of public safety initiatives . During her tenure she served as the editor for Signal 14 – quarterly full-color magazine for residents and employees.
In 2014, Lynne joined the Coral Springs Police Department serving as the social media coordinator.Read more >>>