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Lauderhill was incorporated in 1959 with around 100 residents and acres of
From grazing pastures, single- family homes began to dominate en early, urban landscape.
Lauderhill grew by nearly 30,000 residents between 1970-80, primarily as a result of the promotional activities of the Jackie Gleason Inverrary Golf Classic.
Lauderhill today encompasses 7.6 square miles, over 50,000 people and an abundance of single and multi-family residences. The business community ranges from service organizations to light industry. Lauderhill is known for its health and social services programs and recreational and cultural activities. It is the home of the largest Caribbean celebration, Unite-A-Fest, in Broward County. the Weston Art Festival is held on the third Saturday and Sunday in November.
Area: 7.9 sq. miles (approximately)
Government: commission/city manager
western Broward, directly west of Fort Lauderdale.
15 minutes from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood international Airport.
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IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Fire (non-emergency): 954-730-2950
City Hall: 954-739-0100
Parks and recreation: 954-730-3080
City clerk: 954-730-3010
Lauderhill prides itself on being an international city of 57,815 with a sizeable minority middle class. One is just as likely to meet people of Russian ancestry as they are to encounter persons of Jamaican descent.
"The Crossroads of Broward County," Lauderhill has an advantageous location in West-Central Broward, dedicated volunteers, a Country Club and golf courses. The city is a top choice for minority entrepreneurs.
Property taxes, although rising, still are relatively low.
On the other hand, the property tax base is flat. The city is perceived sometimes as unsafe or undesirable to live because of crime and drugs. Lauderhill is divided into four sections - Northwest, Inverrary, East and Central - which promotes a sense of individuality instead of unity. And the city has an ample share of government-subsidized housing.
But code enforcement is a high priority at City Hall and the Lauderhill Community Council is trying to unify residents.
Opportunities for annexation are seen as a mixed blessing.
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