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As Broward County celebrates its centennial, we’re looking towards Broward’s future, ensuring it will thrive for the next 100 years! With 1.9 million residents and 15.4 million visitors annually, we’ve got a lot to plan for! Working with you and our 31 municipalities, our goal is to review Broward County’s Land Use and Comprehensive Plans to make sure they reflect our current and anticipated growth and priorities. These priorities include things like transit, affordable housing, climate change and economic development. Let your voice be heard and help us plan Broward County’s future! 


Broward's Land Use Plan Looks to the Future​  (May 4, 2017)

Broward County Land Use Plan

​​Second Public Hearing and Adoption​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
​​Community Workshops Scheduled to Discuss BMSD Comprehensive Plan
Broward County will hold a series of community workshops in Summer 2017, to engage residents and business owners from the Broward Municipal Services District (BMSD)​ in a discussion about the BMSD Comprehensive Plan. During the workshops, residents and business owners will learn about the progress of capital improvement projects, current investments, and municipal programs and services available. The purpose of the workshops is to listen to the community needs and priorities for all the BMSD neighborhoods.​

Previously held workshops:Broadview Park - Saturday, June 3
Event Flyer (in Spanish​) • Neighborhood Progress Report

Northern County - Thursday, June 22

For more information about these workshops, call 954-357-6634 or stay connected through the BMSD website, Facebook and Twitter.

 Broward County's History of Development

To understand where we are headed, it is important to take a look back and review how we got here.

Downtown Fort Lauderdale  Photo courtesy of Broward County Historical Archives


In Case You Missed It

Our first round of focus area meetings was a huge success; you spoke and we listened!  Below, you can find all of the game changers that came out of each focus area meeting by topic:

Disaster Planning Public Facilities (Non-Transportation)
Housing Redevelopment
Intergovernmental Coordination Transportation
Natural, Recreational and Historic Resources


Follow our Progress