• The new garage will have signage on every level to indicate how many spaces are available.
    ​The processional parade of courthouse stakeholders is ready to begin.
  • Security cameras are placed throughout the new facility to increase safety and awareness.
    ​Broward Sheriff’s Office is among the first to enter the parade line.
  • “First parkers” use the entrance at the ribbon cutting ceremony.
    Guardian Ad Litem joins the processional and plans an office move to the parking complex.
  • Entrance into the new garage will include wide lanes and a reversible lane functioning during peak hours.
    ​BSO officers are among the first to park in the new employee garage.
  • Spaces in the new garage are wider than most garages allowing for easier entrance and exit to vehicles.
    ​One of BSO’s vehicles was clearly identified with a “first to park” magnetic car door sign.
  • The new garage will be monitored by site personnel 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.
    ​Mayor Barbara Sharief and Commissioner Stacy Ritter strike a pose with courthouse stakeholder representatives.
  • The South Garage is closer to the new courthouse than other parking for employees.
    ​Everyone is “happy” and all smiles at the grand opening.
  • Inner lights are on a timer and perimeter lights are on a light sensor system.
    ​A glimpse of the first group of parkers.
  • Dual entrances and the elimination of juror and public parking should improve employee access.
    ​BSO cars proudly displaying their “first to park” signage.
  • The garage uses less energy to run as efficiently as possible.
    ​Prime parking exclusively for BSO during the grand opening celebration.