When you 'Like' The City of Coral Springs Business page and be-friend The Coral Springs Fire Academy Facebook page it allows you to receive notifications about City events, activities, and important issues.

If you would like to contact the Commission directly, click here.
In order to comply with legal requirements, Commissioners and City Staff will not be responding to friend comments or messages. Click here to read the Florida Attorney General Advisory Legal Opinon.


The City of Coral Springs and the Coral Springs Fire Academy Facebook page's are informational only. Should you require a response from the City or wish to request City services, you must go to coralsprings.org/help

Under Florida law, The City of Coral Springs’ Facebook page was established for municipal purposes of communicating City business, apprising City residents of upcoming events and allowing residents a forum in which to discuss certain topics relevant to the official business of the City.

Accordingly, only friend requests from individual persons will be accepted. The City will not accept a friend request from a business, organization or other person or entity representing themselves or itself as a political message or advertisement. To the extent that current friends post any political message or advertising, or any profile is changed to reflect any political message or advertising, the City neither endorses nor advocates such message or advertising.

All content on the City’s Facebook page is subject to the public records law, Chapter 119, Florida Statutes. By becoming a friend of the City of Coral Springs and/or posting on the City’s wall, your information will be a matter of public record. The City is required to retain this information in accordance with the State of Florida retention schedule. This may include information on your own Facebook page.

Click here for Facebook's safety disclaimer.

Despite Facebook's safety and privacy controls, Facebook cannot guarantee that its site is entirely free of illegal, offensive, pornographic or otherwise inappropriate material, or that its members will not encounter inappropriate or illegal conduct from other members. Consequently, you may encounter such content and conduct. You can help Facebook by notifying them of any nudity or pornography, or harassment or unwelcome contact by clicking on the "Report" link located on pages throughout the site. Where confidential complaints are made through this site reporting tool, Facebook will use best efforts to remove the offending content or conduct and to warn or, as appropriate, to bar from the site those transmitting such content or engaging in such conduct within 24 hours of receiving your complaint. Where complaints about nudity or pornography, or harassment or unwelcome contact are made by independent email to abuse@facebook.com, Facebook will acknowledge receipt of your complaint and begin addressing your complaint within 24 hours of receipt. Facebook will report back to you within 72 hours of receiving your email complaint to inform you of the steps Facebook has taken to address the complaint.

Always follow these important safety tips when using Facebook:

  • Never share your password with anyone
  • Adjust your privacy settings to match your level of comfort, and review them often
  • Be cautious about posting and sharing personal information, especially information that could be used to identify you or locate you offline, such as your address or telephone number
  • Report users and content that violate our Terms of Use
  • Block and report anyone that sends you unwanted or inappropriate communications

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