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Pembroke Park

The Town of Pembroke Park (The Small Town That Means Big Business) was incorporated in 1957.  The current population is approximately 6,000 but doubles during the winter when the Snowbirds arrive.  Pembroke Park is situated between Hallandale Beach and Miramar and run from Pembroke Rd. to the Dade County line along I-95.

Because of its location and equal distance between the major population centers of Dade and Broward Counties, Pembroke Park has become the home to over 700 businesses.  Many of its businesses are Fortune 500 companies such as: Mohawk Carpets; Sound Advice Industries; Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines; Home Depot; and others. It also has television towers and radio facilities such as: WLRN (Public Broadcasting); Trinity Broadcasting (religious); WFOR (CBS network); and others. 

The City has been fortunate enough to have had a number of movies use Pembroke Park facilities for their productions.  These include: “Striptease” with Demi Moore; “There’s Something About Mary” with Cameron Diaz and Ben Stiller; and most recently, “Hoot” with Luke Wilson.  Pembroke Park’s “one stop permitting” process and its open door policy to Town Hall makes things easier and more convenient for businessmen or movie producers to conduct their business. 

Pembroke Park welcomes you to explore its one square mile of Broward County hospitality!   To visit the Town of Pembroke Park website, please click here.  

 

Contact Information
Contact Address 3150 S.W. 52nd Avenue
Pembroke Park, FL 33023
Phone Number 954-966-4600
Website http://www.townofpembrokepark.com
Economic Indicators
Population (2016) 6,470
Labor Force (2016) 3,176
Land Area (square miles) 1.6
Households (2016) 2,459
Household Income $33,315.00
Number of Schools
Charter Schools 0
Elementary Schools 2
Middle Schools 0
High Schools 0

Major Employers: 

  • Coca Cola Bottling
  • Grainger
  • Home Depot
  • Home Depot Distribution Center
  • Marinize Products
  • ME Productions
  • Mohawk Carpets
  • Stratton Framing
  • Sun Sentinel Publishing
  • Window Classics