​​High Tide Alert!

Higher tides are expected to occur more often August through December and may contribute to coastal flooding.  Residents are encouraged to monitor conditions for local flooding and time trips accordingly.

The highest tides are expected on:

  • Tuesday-Monday, August 29 – S​eptember 4
  • Tuesday-Tuesday, September 26 – October 3
  • Saturday-Wednesday, October 14-18
  • Wednesday-Wednesday, October 25 – November 1
  • Monday-Wednesday, November 13-15
  • Saturday-Tuesday, November 25-28​

​More Information can be found on the web pages below.



​​Riverland Road, South of DAvie Boulevard, April 13, 2023

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Apr​il 12 Flooding Assistance

Broward County continues to respond to the impacts of record-breaking rainfall and flooding experienced by our community on Wednesday, April 12. Business operations at portions of several County fac​ilities were affected, including the main Governmental Center in downtown Fort Lauderdale. ​​

On the evening of April 12th, over two feet of rain fell in parts of Broward County, as a supercell thunderstorm `parked' near Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines and Hollywood. Approximately a third of Fort Lauderdale's average annual rainfall came down during an eight-hour window, as rainfall of 25.91 inches of rain was reported at the airport, a State record.

Broward County's Resilience Plan partners are working to incorporate the findings from the April 12th event to help refine the County's hydrological model - a tool that will be used to explore the validity of the model results and aid in the identification of adaptation priorities and opportunities. ​​​​