2017 Family Safety Day
The City of Lauderhill’s Police Department, Fire Department and Parks and Leisure Services Department are partnering together to provide a one day fun event for the entire family. The event will promote our Watch Out Now Program that the City is initiating to prevent accidental deaths and injury to children under the ages of 4 due to drowning, sleep accidents, and car accidents. The day will provide a bunch of interactive activities for the entire family, raffle give-a-ways, and many educational activities designed to educate families on water safety, car safety, and crib safety.
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.
Lauderhill Firefighters Surprise Expectant Mom With New Home After Blaze
It was one of the worst days in Nicola Taylor’s life. At eight months pregnant, an electrical problem caused her apartment to catch on fire, leaving her and her family with only a hotel room to call home. That’s all changed as Lauderhill Fire Rescue threw a surprise baby shower for Nicola and her family, gifting her with everything a baby could need, including a new place to call home.
Parks & Leisure Services E-Newsletter - April 2017
A newsletter providing the latest information regarding our City's recreational offerings, programs and opportunities.
City of Lauderhill’s Vice Mayor Ken Thurston Announces His Arbor Day Initiatives for 2017
Lauderhill’s Green Series Founder, Vice Mayor Ken Thurston, is hard at work for Arbor Day 2017! After several successful years of producing seminars on gardening and agriculture, he will host “Eating Broward” on Thursday, April 13, 2017 at 6pm with special guest speaker Michael Madfis at Lauderhill’s City Hall.