The Broward County Board of County Commissioners is the governing body of the Broward Municipal Services District, formerly known as Unincorporated Broward County and the provider of its municipal services which include but are not limited to business development, road repairs, street enhancements, housing development, park and library improvements.
The neighborhood area consists of 2.45 square miles with a population of approximately 15,000 residents. There are 7 neighborhoods in the District, 4 are located in Central County, 2 in Northern County and Broadview Park.
The population of Central County consists of 7,208 residents. Approximately 95.2% are African-American with a median household income of $33,432. The majority of housing units are single-family and owner occupied. The unemployment rate among these neighborhoods varies between 21% to 44%.
The population of Northern County consists of 322 residents. Approximately 82% are white and 11% are Hispanic with a median household income of $75,863. The housing units are entirely single-family and almost entirely owner occupied. The unemployment rate is approximately 6%.
- Hillsboro Pines
- Hillsboro Ranches
The population consists of 7,125 individuals with a median household income of $39,698. The demographic makeup is 60% Hispanic, 23% White and 16% African-American. The majority of housing units are single family with the majority being owner occupied (58%).