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Lauderdale Lakes

The City of Lauderdale Lakes was incorporated on June 22, 1961, by a Charter approved by the State Legislature. The City comprises an area of approximately four square miles in the "heart" of Broward County, with its center at the crossroads of State Road 7 and Oakland Park Boulevard.

In March 1998, the residents of Lauderdale Lakes voted for a change from a Mayor/City Council to a Mayor/City Commission/City Manager form of government. The new leadership held a strategic planning and visioning session, in which they identified exciting new goals and objectives that are exemplified in the new motto and vision for Lauderdale Lakes: Motto: "We CARE" Vision: "To be the best City of its size through commitment to safety, quality of life, government and efficient use of resources."

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 and beautify our parks and 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. For information regarding economic development programs and assistance in the City of Lauderdale Lakes, please click here.


Contact Information
Contact Address 4300 N.W. 36th Street
Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33319
Phone Number 954-535-2700
Economic Indicators
Population (2018) 35,162
Labor Force (2019) 17,881
Employment (2019) 17,244
Unemployment (2019) 637
Unemployment Rate (2019) 3.6
Land Area (square miles) 3.7
Households (2016 updated) 11,160
Household Income (208) $36,372

Source: 2018 American Community Survey 5-Year estimates, Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Number of Schools
Charter Schools 2
Elementary Schools 2
Middle Schools 1
High Schools 1

Source: Broward County Public Schools,, and Florida Department of Education.

Major Employers: 

  • Aldi Food Market
  • Bank of America
  • BankUnited
  • Burlington Coat Factory
  • Chase Bank
  • Dollar Tree
  • Enterprise Car Rental
  • Florida Career College
  • Florida Medical Center
  • Ross Dress for Less
  • Walgreens
  • Walmart Supercenter

 Updated 10-08-2020