Due to coyote sightings, Three Mountains Park will be closed until further notice. Please be cautious when walking your dog in the area. (9200 NW 1st St) If you see a coyote please call our non-emergency number 954-344-1800.

Bahamian Relief Efforts Underway

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Hurricane-ReliefAs a community, we all breathed a sigh of relief when Hurricane Dorian’s track turned north of South Florida. And while we are lucky to have avoided a direct impact from this Category 5 hurricane, our friends in the Bahamas were not so fortunate.

We all watched in disbelief as the islands of the Bahamas, specifically, Abaco and Freeport, were relentlessly battered for more than 24 hours. The storm’s powerful winds and storm-surge have devastated communities and businesses on the islands. Search and recovery efforts by the U.S. Coast Guard are still underway and we pray for the safe recovery of persons still missing.

Coral Springs has always been a community that cares, and now that City operations are returned to normal, we turn our attention to relief efforts to assist the Bahamian people.

This cannot be a short-term goal, as South Florida has experienced in the past, the rebuilding of communities will take time and money. Raising funds to achieve that goal is our priority. To assist us, we have partnered with the Coral Springs Community Chest, Inc., a non-profit community partner, to raise funds for the rebuilding of the Bahamas.