As South Florida approaches the peak of hurricane season, which lasts through November 30, it is especially important that residents have their emergency plans in place and an emergency preparedness kit available.
Reduce the spread of the mosquito viruses by eliminating breeding sites. Everyone should take the time to survey their property and empty and remove all containers that hold standing water.
Introducing the Mobile Integrated Healthcare Unit. Improving healthcare for our residents, one house call at a time.
Tuesday, July 4 • Fun Starts 6 p.m. Families are encouraged to celebrate the holiday safely by enjoying a grand fireworks display set to begin promptly at 9 p.m.
City of Coral Springs is taking proactive steps to replace the City’s aging infrastructure such as the sewer and water lines replacement project, sidewalks project, pole replacement project and drainage improvements.
Saturday September 9, 2017 • Start Time: 7:00 a.m. Coming together as a community, Honoring and Remembering.
A Water Shortage Warning is still in effect. Please follow the restrictions in order to conserve water.
Drowning is Preventable. Make sure children learn to swim, the sooner, the safer!
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