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What is the Building Lauderhill Together Bond?
What is a General Obligation Bond?
Is this the first time Lauderhill has issued a Bond like this?
Will the City’s credit rating continue to be excellent after the issuance of this bond?
What improvements will the bond funds make possible?
What are the proposed projects for each neighborhood?
How long have these projects been in planning?
Is there any other way to pay for these Building Lauderhill Together bond improvements?
Why issue the bond at this time?
Will there be a cost to me for the improvements to our city?
Is there a difference between my home’s assessed value and the value at which I might sell my home?
How long after the bond is approved will it take to begin to see results?
How do I get more information about what is happening in my neighborhood?
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Northwest Lauderhill

The Northwest Lauderhill district has two major projects planned with the Building Lauderhill Together General Obligation Bond, in addition to the city-wide projects. Both Westwind Park and Veterans Park are in need of significant renovations and rehabilitations. These projects will not only bring these parks up to standard, but will highlight them as family-friendly spaces within the community. Take a look at some of the proposed improvements that would be possible with the approval of the Building Lauderhill Together GO Bond.
  • Westwind Park Renovations to include Building & Bathrooms
  • Westwind Park Renovations to Tennis Facility Rehabilitation
  • Westwind Park Improvements to include addition of Windscreens
  • Veterans Park Building Renovations
  • Veterans Park Improvements to include addition of Dugouts & Bleachers
  • Veterans Park Improvements to include additional Fencing

Inverrary

The Inverrary district within Lauderhill has several projects planned with the Building Lauderhill Together General Obligation Bond, in addition to the city-wide projects. Within the Inverrary district, Jackie Gleason Park and Rothkopf Park are both in need of renovations. In addition, the Building Lauderhill Together GO Bond has allocated funding for privacy walls within this district. The biggest planned project within this district will be the plans for City Hall Annex Park. Take a look at some of the proposed improvements that would be possible with the approval of the Building Lauderhill Together GO Bond.
  • City Hall Annex Park Improvements to include development of Community Center & Gym
  • Jackie Gleason Park Improvements to include addition of Outdoor Furniture & Signage
  • Rothkopf Park Improvements to include addition of Awning, Signage, and Playground
  • Environ/ Sienna Greens Privacy Walls
  • Inverrary Estates Privacy Walls

Central Lauderhill

The Central Lauderhill district has multiple projects planned with the Building Lauderhill Together General Obligation Bond, in addition to the city-wide projects. This district is proposed to receive four park improvement projects, with several major components planned across the district. The four parks with proposed developments are the Sports Park, John Mullin Park, South Gateway Park, And Renaissance Park. Take a look at some of the proposed improvements that would be possible with the approval of the Building Lauderhill Together GO Bond.
  • Sports Park Renovations to include addition of Turf & Scoreboard
  • Sports Park Improvements to include addition of a Jog Trail & Playground
  • John Mullin Park Improvements to include addition of Cricket Pitch & Dugouts
  • John Mullin Park Improvements to include addition of Walking Path & Kids Basketball
  • South Gateway Park Improvements to include addition of Bridge, Landscaping & Fountain Pumps
  • Renaissance Park Improvements to Landscaping, Sidewalks, and Trees

East Lauderhill

The East Lauderhill district has several major projects planned with the Building Lauderhill Together General Obligation Bond, in addition to the city-wide projects. This district is proposed to receive three public spaces improvement projects and 2 significant roadway improvement projects. The public spaces with proposed renovations include the Sadkin Center, Wolf Park, and the Golf Course. The proposed roadway projects include 38th Ave and 47th Ave. Take a look at some of the proposed improvements that would be possible with the approval of the Building Lauderhill Together GO Bond.
  • Sadkin Center Renovations to include the Building & Gym
  • Sadkin Center Improvements to include the addition of a Sports Awning
  • Wolk Park Renovations to include the Tennis Courts & Pool
  • Wolk Park Improvements to include a New Building, Fence, and Awning
  • Golf Course Improvements to include a Maintenance Shed & addition of Windscreens
  • 38th Ave Improvements to include Streetscape Furniture, Lighting, Medians, and Off-street Parking
  • 47th Ave Improvements include Complete Roadway Reconstruction

South East Lauderhill

The South East Lauderhill district has six major projects planned with the Building Lauderhill Together General Obligation Bond, in addition to the city-wide projects. This district is proposed to receive 4 park improvement projects, 1 substantial roadway improvement project, and 1 acquisition project. The public parks with proposed renovations include the Bradley Park, St. George Park, West Ken Lark Park, and Maye Jenkins Park. The proposed roadway project is for Broward Boulevard Improvements. The proposed acquisition project is for Broward Estates. Take a look at some of the proposed improvements that would be possible with the approval of the Building Lauderhill Together GO Bond.
  • Bradley Park Improvements to include a Pavilion and Playground.
  • St. George Park Renovations to include covering the Basketball Court, Rubberizing the Playground, Restore the Tennis Courts, and Improve the Walking Trail
  • West Ken Lark Park Building Renovations & Rubberizing Playground
  • West Ken Lark Park Improvements to include addition of Pavilion, Benches, Bleachers, and Parking
  • Maye Jenkins Park Improvements to include a Playground and Falls Zones
  • Broward Boulevard Improvements to include Landscaping, Medians & Lighting
  • Broward Estates Acquisition of the Feeding Center

CityWide

Lauderhill has several major proposed citywide projects within the Building Lauderhill Together General Obligation Bond. These projects range from privacy walls, to way-finding signage, to public safety. Each of these projects would impact the quality of life for Lauderhill residents and have had much leadership and community involvement in their project development. Take a look at some of the proposed improvements that would be possible with the approval of the Building Lauderhill Together GO Bond.
  • Public Safety Projects to Include Citywide Police Camera System
  • Public Safety Projects to Include Police Body Cameras and Building Expansion
  • Public Safety Projects to Include additional Speed Humps & Roundabouts
  • Public Safety Projects to Include Lighting & Cameras in Parks & Pedestrian Streets
  • Privacy Walls Citywide
  • Neighborhood Signs, Entrances, and Landscaping Citywide
  • Median Improvements Citywide

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