This is a “free” telephone reassurance call service to pre-registered seniors & disabled residents who live alone. City staff provide a friendly call to check on each pre-registered participant daily, making sure that all is well. If everything is not ok or a participant fails to answer their phone after several attempts have been made to reach them, a uniformed Lauderhill Police Officer will be dispatched to the home and a well check will be conducted.
For more information or to sign up for the program, please contact Keisha Anderson-Forbes by phone at (954) 746-9050 or via e-mail at
2017 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Scholarship Contest
MLK Taskforce and the City of Lauderhill Present the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Scholarship Program. Apply today!
National Fire Safety Initiative
In partnership with the Lauderhill Fire Department, Red Cross volunteers will be sharing fire safety tips and installing smoke detectors in the Broward Estates area on 4/1/17.
Lauderhill Police Re-accreditation *Excelsior Level*
A team of assessors from the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA)
will arrive April 11th, 2017 to examine all aspects of the Lauderhill Police Department’s policies and procedures, management, operations, and support services. The assessors will remain on site until April 13, 2017 completing an extensive review of the accreditation files for the Lauderhill Police Department.
2017 Lauderhill PD ROK Spring Break Bootcamp
The Lauderhill Police Department will host a Spring Break Bootcamp for children ages 10-17. Parents must attend orientation and bring their child in for an assessment prior to the camp. Space is limited! Get registered today.
2017 Summer Camp Registration is Open
Summer Camp registration is open and spots are filling up. The camp begins 6/19/17. Register your child today before it fills up.