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Coral Springs, Florida

Water Main Flushing Advisory 2022

Beginning on July 15 and running through July 29, the City of Coral Springs Utilities & Engineering Division, Royal Waterworks, Coral Springs Improvement District, and the North Springs Improvement District will temporarily change its method of chlorinating water to comply with recommendations from the Department of Environmental Protection. As a result, within the two-week period, you may notice a chlorine taste or odor in your tap water. Water main flushing will also take place during this period between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. As a result of fire hydrant flushing, a temporary discoloration of the water and a reduction in pressure may occur.
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City’s Website Transitions to CoralSprings.gov

Coral Springs, FL - The City of Coral Springs has officially changed its domain name from CoralSprings.org to CoralSprings.gov as of June 2022. The switch is part of a national security effort to streamline and more easily identify government websites. When government organizations use a .gov domain name to provide public services and information online, the consistent extension makes it easy to know that the domain’s services are official. It also makes the site less susceptible to online scammers, imitation, and fraud.
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Families Displaced Due to Storm Damage

Coral Springs, FL – Due to the heavy rains caused by a Tropical Depression that crossed over South Florida on Saturday, June 4th, two multifamily dwellings were deemed unsafe by the city’s Building Department. At approximately 10:00 a.m. the Coral Springs Parkland Fire Department responded to 7827 NW...
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Important City Updates

Last Updated: 6/3/2022 at 12:42 p.m. The City of Coral Springs is under a Tropical Storm Warning. The Office of Emergency Management continues to monitor the situation and its potential impacts on the City of Coral Springs starting early Saturday morning. The system is expected to bring heavy rainfall. Public...
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June Message from Chief Parry

June is upon us and that means that temperatures will be rising. As it gets hotter many of us will take to the pool to cool down. As many of you know, one of the leading causes of accidental death for children in South Florida is drowning. Unlike so many tragedies we deal with in the law enforcement profession, drowning is entirely preventable. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, or caregiver, I encourage you to:
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City Names New Director of Human Resources

Coral Springs, FL - The City of Coral Springs is excited to announce the selection of Assistant Director, Kathy Reul, to serve as Director of Human Resources. In her role, Reul will be instrumental in supporting the organizational mission of recruiting, retaining, and developing city employees who make the City of Coral Springs the premier community in which to live work, and raise a family. Reul will take the place of Dale Pazdra, who was promoted to Deputy City Manager.
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Coral Springs to Celebrate Juneteenth

Coral Springs, FL - The City of Coral Springs will host its second annual Juneteenth Celebration on Saturday, June 18 from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the City Hall Lawn (9500 W Sample Rd.) The celebration will feature messages of hope from community leaders, dance performances by local dance...
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Emergency Updates

Last Updated: 5/16/2022 at 9:39 a.m. On Friday, May 13, construction crews ruptured a gas line causing severe damage on Wiles Road. In order to properly make repairs, the gas line was shut off. This gas line feeds University Drive from Wiles Road to Southgate Boulevard over to Coral Springs Dive, including businesses on Sample Road. In total, this is affecting approximately 120 customers; primarily businesses. Once TECO makes repairs, they will contact customers individually in order to safely reestablish service. If you have questions you can contact TECO at (866) 832-6249.
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Active Gas Leak

Last Updated: 5/13/2022 at 4:36 p.m. Earlier today, construction crews ruptured a gas line causing severe damage on Wiles Road. In order to properly make repairs, the gas line was shut off. This gas line feeds University Drive from Wiles Road to Southgate Boulevard over to Coral Springs Dive, including businesses on Sample Road. In total, this is affecting approximately 120 customers; primarily businesses. Once TECO makes repairs, they will contact customers individually in order to safely reestablish service. If you have questions you can contact TECO at (866) 832-6249.
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City to Host Memorial Day Ceremony

Coral Springs, FL – The City of Coral Springs, in partnership with the Veterans Coalition of Coral Springs, will honor the brave men and women of the U.S. military who have given their lives in service to the nation with a Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 30 at 9 a.m. at Veterans Park (8601 Royal Palm Blvd.)
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May Message from Chief Parry

May brings us a month of many special recognitions. I don’t know why but it seems like every time someone wants to recognize a special group, day, food or profession, they choose a date in May to do it. There are so many things to recognize during this month, some important, and some not so important. I point to National Truffle Day, which is celebrated on May 2nd as the “not so important day’ we celebrate in May.
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National Police Week

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a joint resolution of Congress making the week which falls on May 15 National Police Week. This is the week where America recognizes the service and sacrifice of all United States Law Enforcement Officers. This year 619 new names will be inscribed on...
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Coral Springs Dispatcher wins 2022 Tom Gallagher Award

Coral Springs, FL – A Coral Springs employee has received the prestigious Tom Gallagher Award for exceptional service. Emergency Telecommunicator Shaunte Reid was honored at the Broward County Commission meeting held on Tuesday, April 26 for her exemplary leadership, distinguished and compassionate service to Coral Springs and Parkland residents. The award is presented annually every April to commemorate April as 911 National Education Month.
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