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​​​NOTICE

​​​COVID-19 vaccinations available, 16* and over

​​Reverend Samuel Delevoe Memorial Park
2520 NW 6th Street, Fort Lauderdale, 33311

Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00am - 4:00pm

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

*A parent or guardian must be present to sign the consent form for anyone under age 18.

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Broward Municipal Services District (BMSD) Revolving Loan Fund (RLF)

This new small business lending program will provide flexible, low-cost capital for existing businesses, as well as new start-up businesses in the BMSD. 

The RLF provides BMSD businesses and commercial property owners with working capital and commercial real estate loans, along with small business training and other support services. 

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Attention BMSD residents, there's a new BMSD residential collection schedule. View your area. Questions, call 311.


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.


Reporting a Code Violation

BMSD Code Enforcement handles complaints about violations occurring on properties in the subdivisions located in the BMSD.  Find your code enforcement officer by BSMD neighborhood.  If you live outside BMSD neighborhoods, locate your municipality code enforcement office by address search or clickable map.

​Flooding & Flood Risks: Your property may have been added to a flood zone - Undergoing a Map Change

On December 31, 2019, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) issued preliminary flood maps for Broward County.  It is expected the preliminary flood maps will become effective in late 2021.  Your flood risk may change along with your flood insurance purchase requirements when these new flood maps take effect.  If your property has been mapped out of a high-risk area, your flood insurance costs will likely decrease.  If you’ve been mapped into a high-risk area, you will likely be required to purchase flood insurance if your mortgage is through a federally regulated or insured lender. 

Your property may have been mapped into the flood zone by FEMA.  Homeowners and businesses are encouraged to view FEMA’s flood maps online by using the interactive map tool. 

Flood Zone Map, Proposed New Flood Maps

Broward County and local municipalities are not involved in any way with administering or providing flood insurance.  However, FEMA offers a cost saving option, known as the Preferred Risk Policy Extension for properties that were not previously in a flood zone and are being added to a flood zone under the new maps.  To determine if you are eligible for FEMA’s Preferred Risk Policy Extension Program it is important that you contact a flood insurance seller prior to the effective date of the new maps.  For more information on flood insurance you can visit the National Flood Insurance Program website at https://www.floodsmart.gov, or contact your flood insurance agent.  You can also attend one of the Open Houses to be held by FEMA on February 3, 2020 and February 6, 2020 (see below for time and locations of FEMA Open Houses). 

FEMA Flood Risk Open House for Broward County Residents

Join us at one of the Flood Risk Open Houses in February to learn about FEMA's preliminary flood maps and learn how they may affect your property.

Monday, February 3, 2020 at 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. 
Charles F. Dodge City Center, Mezzanine 
601 City Center Way Pembroke Pines, FL 33025

Thursday, February 6, 2020 at 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 
Emma Lou Olsen Center Auditorium 

1801 N.E. 6th Street Pompano, FL 33060

Thursday, February 6, 2020 at 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. 
Anne Kolb Nature Center, Mangrove Hall 
751 Sheridan Street Hollywood, FL 33019

Please see our Public Flood Risk Open House Facebook event and tell your neighbors.


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 und​er Resources.


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