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The City of Coconut Creek is located in South Florida about 20 minutes north
of Fort Lauderdale. Incorporated in 1967, this beautiful city is widely recognized
as a well planned, rapidly growing community that is considered one of the most
beautiful communities in Broward County.
The city is 11.3 square miles with 45,517 residents. Available housing is primarily single family homes, condominiums and townhouses, all within professionally landscaped communities.
Our local government is a commission - manager form of government which includes the following functions: City Manager, Public Safety, Public Services (Public Works, Public Utilities & Parks and Recreation), Development Services (Planning & Zoning, Code Enforcement, Building Inspections, Urban Forestry), City Clerk, Finance and Administrative Services, Human Resources, and Building and Land Management services, along with Water and Waste Water management .
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Coconut Creek Real Estate Agent - Ed Poirier
Ed Poirier was first licensed and began his Real Estate career in 1990. A member of the Florida Association of Realtors, Ed is a full time realty professional who is dedicated to helping buyers and sellers of Coconut Creek, Florida real estate.
He is a million dollar producer and member of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Realtor Association. Most of his Coconut Creek real estate business is by referral and via MLS searches on his website. He has one of the most visited internet sites regarding Coconut Creek residential homes and condos for sale in Broward County Florida, with thousands of visitors every month.
From his site you can view every available Florida property for sale on the MLS. If you're looking for an experienced real estate agent in Coconut Creek, look no further. Ed can help you today.Are you looking to buy the home of your dreams in Coconut Creek? With Ed's free MLS (Multiple Listing Service) online search you'll be able to access one of the Coconut Creek area's largest inventory of listings.
You will be able to immediately search for properties and view information about all homes that are currently available in the Coconut Creek area and quickly locate homes based on your needs, complete with pictures and descriptions.Search Ed's Local MLS...
Coconut Creek Relocation Information
Because Ed has helped many families that have relocated to the Coconut Creek area he knows that there is more to the relocation process than just moving your family's possessions from one home to another.
One of the ways he can help make your move to Coconut Creek as smooth as possible is by providing you with free relocation information. This can include maps, up-to-date information about area schools, places of worship, subdivisions and neighborhoods, market conditions, government, statistics, attractions, events, shopping, and more in Coconut Creek. This relocation information is yours for the asking by simply calling him at (954) 295-8015 or by requesting it online.
Coconut Creek real estate
The image of swaying palm and lazy streamlet, as well as early master planning, helped catapult Broward's then-youngest city into Florida's fastest growing municipality throughout the '80s.
In this city, the total number of families, defined as at least two people related by blood or marriage, increased 40.2 percent to 12,037 in 2000 census. Four percent of residents were 85 and older, a major increase, while the number of residents under age 5 doubled to 2,688. The percentage of owner-occupied homes increased slightly to 75.5 percent.
According to the census, single mothers whose children live with them make up 17.8 percent of families with children, while single fathers living with their children increased from 1 percent in 1990 to 2.4 percent in 2000.
The estimated population in 2001 is 45,517 but by 2020, when Coconut Creek is projected to hit buildout, the city's population is expected to reach 67,000. About half the residents are employed, and 21 percent have college degrees. The median age here is 50, with residents over 60 making up a substantial portion of the population. Wynmoor Village alone is home to nearly 10,000 retirees. Another large planned community, The Township, also boasts a significant percentage of retirees. These groups active in community affairs influence the city's direction.
Coconut Creek also has sprouted single-family homes, rental properties and mobile home parks. All must adhere to strict building and landscape regulations set by city administrators determined not to make the same mistakes as the county's older cities. As a result, Coconut Creek possesses a freshness, a clean and modern feel, that's been lost to its older neighbors.
The North Campus of Broward Community College provides cultural opportunities as well as a home to 18,000 students. There are playgrounds, athletic fields, nature preserves and activity centers in the 14 parks throughout town. Tradewinds Park, a 540-acre county facility, is in the city's northern half.
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS City hall: 954-973-6770
Police/Fire (non-emergency): 954-973-6700 Building/Licensing, 1-954-973-6750 City clerk, 1-954-973-6774 City commission, 1-954-973-6760 City manager, 1-954-973-6720 Parks and recreation, 1-954-973-6740 Public safety director, 1-954-973-6702 Public Safety Community Relations, 1-954-973-6712 Public works, 1-954-973-6740
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