The City of Lauderdale Lakes continues to monitor Hurricane Ian and is working hard to ensure that it's residents, businesses and community members are safe during the storm.
Updated as of September 27, 2022 @ 11am
According to the National Weather Service, heavy rainfall will increase across the Florida Keys and south Florida today spreading into central and northern Florida tonight and Wednesday, into the Southeast U.S. by Thursday and Friday, likely causing flash, urban, and small stream flooding.
Governor Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency that includes Broward County. In an effort to keep our residents, staff, and community members safe, please not the following:
Aftercare at Vincent Torres Park - closed on Wednesday
Athletic Programs - closed on Tuesday & Wednesday
Senior Center - closed the remainder of the week
Alzheimer's Center - closed on Wednesday & Thursday
We encourage you to register for LakesAlert. It’s critical that we are able to communicate and keep you informed. To sign up, click here.
Visit Broward County's Hurricane website for more information. Broward.org/Hurricane and I am listening to radio and television also. Broward County Call Center at 311 or 954-831-4000 is open from 8:30am to 5pm, Monday through Friday.
Stay connected with us through our social media accounts as well for the most updated information: