Welcome to The Broadview Park Civic Association’s official website. We are the voice of our community, located just west of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
NEXT MEETING – The next regular meeting of the Broadview Park Civic Association will be on Tuesday, Oct. 6th, 2015, at Sunview Park, 7:30 PM. We will not meet during July and August unless there is an emergency. Welcome to our new president, Dan Fitzgerald, and thanks a million to Dave Nielsen for his many years of service as president.
EXCITING CONSTRUCTION – The county has plans to develop a pocket park at the site of the old water plant and has agreed to improve the firehouse building so that our emergency personnel can return to Station 23. Also, a permanent building will be constructed at Sunview Park to replace the temporary one set up when the old building burned.
IMPORTANT – When calling 911, identify your home address as UNINCORPORATED FORT LAUDERDALE. This will help the operator identify your location under Fort Lauderdale numbering. There are other areas of the county, such as Pembroke Park, that have the same street numbers and addresses.
RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP: We need your dues of $10 per family for the year 2015 to support our projects. Make checks payable to the Broadview Park Civic Association and mail to Nancy Walton, 4224 SW 20th Street, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33317.
DON”T FORGET WASTEPRO REWARDS FOR RECYCLING. Go to www.WasteProRewards.com to register to be eligible for discounts on restaurants, groceries, hotels, etc. Then put out your blue bin with your recycled items on your scheduled recycle day each week. Waste Pro will keep track of the number of times you recycle. Go back to the website to see what rewards you have earned. For questions call the county’s Solid Waste and Recycling Dept. at 954-765-4999.
IMPORTANT – To contact the civic association or to be added to the email list to receive updates on meetings, neighborhood events, etc. send your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLEASE NOTE: The Civic Association is NOT a Homeowner’s Association. We are volunteers working to improve our neighborhood; we have no legal authority to force residents to comply with our requests.
Please take the time to report burned-out streetlights. It takes just a few minutes to call FPL at 1-800-4Outage (1-800-468-8243). Before calling, note the address of the pole or the identifying number on the pole.
Niki Velez is our code enforcement officer; call her at 954-410-6232. For questions about the civic association, call 954-583-0796.