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City of Lauderdale Lakes

The City of Lauderdale Lakes was incorporated on June 22, 1961. The City comprises an area of approximately four square miles in Broward County, with its center at the crossroads of State Road 7/ U.S. 441 and Oakland Park Boulevard. 

 

Since 1998, the City of Lauderdale Lakes has operated as a Mayor/City Commission/City Manager form of government.  Together, the Commission and City Administration has established a Strategic Plan and a Financial Plan with goals and objectives that are now being implemented to enhance the health, wealth and well-being of our great City.

Today, with a population of over 32,000, the original staff of two has grown to approximately 67 full-time and 25 part-time employees, augmented by a team of Broward Sheriff’s Office personnel for law enforcement and fire rescue services. In addition to the two original departments, the City has grown to serve the needs of our community with dedicated departments including the City Manager’s Office, City Clerk’s Office, Development Services, Financial Services, Human Resources and Risk Management, Mayor and Commission’s Office, Parks and Human Services and Public Works.  Also, the City’s Community Redevelopment Agency has served a catalyst to revitalize our residential and commercial districts.

Looking towards the future, the City is pursuing an aggressive program to create jobs, build our tax base, boost property values, stimulate small business development, attract new businesses, revitalize our commercial corridor, upgrade our infrastructure, maintain parks and beautify our neighborhoods. All while celebrating our unique cultural diversity, improving our quality of life and serving our residents with the highest standards of professionalism and excellence. 

 

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