The Broward County Board of County Commissioners is the governing body of the BMSD, and provides municipal services for the area, including business and housing development, library and park facilities, roadway maintenance, street enhancements, and zoning and code enforcement. Innovative opportunities to increase household incomes, develop economic stability and improve quality of life for residents within the Broward Municipal Services District are priorities for the Board of County Commissioners. The County continues to implement programs and services that will help to strengthen neighborhoods in the community, for today and for the future.
Family Fun While Making a Plan for Safety
Broward County is pleased to host the 4th Annual Hurricane Preparedness Open House, Saturday, June 2nd from 10AM to 2PM at the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center, 2650 Sistrunk Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale. Hurricane season is less than a month away, June 1st, and runs through November 30th. Come pick up valuable information about keeping your family Ready. Set. Safe. in an emergency, such as a hurricane. Enjoy refreshments, fun activities for the kids, giveaways and raffles. This is an event you don't want to miss!
Check Out a Tablet and Stay Connected for FREE!
Broward Municipal Services District is partnering with T-Mobile to close the digital divide and empower its residents by connecting families and students that don’t currently have internet connectivity at home through its Digital Divide Pilot Program. Eligible BMSD residents with a valid Broward County Library Card will be able to check out a tablet for free from the African-American Research Library & Cultural Center potentially for up to six months; one tablet per household. Program eligibility:
- Reside in the BMSD
- Unemployed residents looking for work
- Residents with a household income of less than $36,273
- Students grades K-12 eligible for free/reduced lunch
- Attend program orientation
- Agree to Borrower's Agreement.
Learn more about the Digital Divide Program by visiting the African-American Research Library & Cultural Center at 2650 Sistrunk Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale or call 954-357-6282