The Broward County Board of County Commissioners is the governing body of the Broward Municipal Services District (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.
Coming Soon: Broadview Park Little Libraries
Broward County Parks, Libraries, and Cultural Divisions, the Broadview Park Civic Association, and other neighborhood partners are bringing Little Libraries to Broadview Park. Little Libraries are family and community gathering spots to read and share free children’s and family-oriented books. The 2018 graduates of the Broward Academy are managing the installation of Little Libraries in Washburn and Sunview Parks. Free books in English and Spanish will be available for students and parents to enjoy in the park and take home for literary adventures.
New Wall Mural Beautifies Boulevard Gardens
A mural installation is underway at the Harold Reitman Boys and Girls Club located in Boulevard Gardens within the Broward Municipal Services District. The $23,000 investment in public art adds to the continuous beautification and revitalization of Municipal Services District neighborhoods. Also underway are continued activity to improve safety. The County Commission approved a Memorandum of Understanding with Broward Sheriff's Office (BSO) on access to the Public Safety Security Camera system in the Broadview Park and Central County areas of the Municipal Services District. This is an added tool to assist BSO in monitoring activity in those areas. The County has finalized procurement of the system and is in the implementation phase.
Stay Ready. Set. Safe
Hurricane Season is from June 1 through November 30th every year. Plan to survive a hurricane and other disasters. Check out the Quick Links to Sign-up for Emergency Notifications, Hurricane Preparedness and Know My Flood Risk. Remember the Vulnerable Population Registry is a tool that municipalities can use to help evaluate resident needs in their communities and assist in planning a response in an emergency. Find out who should register by selecting the Vulnerable Population Registry under Resources.