1 week ago

Coral Ridge Association

TROPICS UPDATE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2019 WE CONTINUE TO WATCH 3 DISORGANIZED TROPICAL SYSTEMS ACROSS THE ATLANTIC. Tropical Disturbance #1 is unlikely to develop in the next few days as it heads in the general direction of Florida. It is mixed up with an upper-level low pressure system which is not allowing it to develop. When it gets in the vicinity of Florida about Friday and eventually into the Gulf of Mexico over the weekend, conditions are forecast to become somewhat more favorable. Development will be slow but residents on the northern Gulf coast should stay aware. In any case, it will bring a moisture surge to Florida late in the week. Unfortunately, the increased rain chance will affect the recovery efforts in the Bahamas as well. Tropical Disturbance #2 may have a chance to develop a little before it plows into unfavorable upper winds around the weekend as it nears the Caribbean islands. There is no indication it will amount to much, though it may bring some gusty squalls to the islands. Tropical Disturbance #3, which just left the coast of Africa, will be hot on the heels of #2. The trade winds that drive systems across the Atlantic are forecast to increase and push #3 quickly along. The computer forecast models indicate that the atmospheric conditions will be somewhat more favorable for the development of #3 than for the other disturbances. Computer models do not forecast undeveloped systems well, so it’s not worth even speculating what might happen a week from now, but it’s a system that we’ll have to watch as it moves west. It is forecast to be near the eastern Caribbean islands late in the weekend or early next week. There is a strong Bermuda high pressure system over the western Atlantic Ocean and the east coast of the U.S. that will that will tend to hold systems south, for now. But the exact nature of the steering currents is impossible to predict. Stay informed. Tropical Storm Gabrielle is in the North Atlantic, and will be in the vicinity of northern Great Britain in a couple days. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Coral Ridge Association

TROPICAL UPDATE: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2019 HURRICANE DORIAN’S EYEWALL IS BATTERING THE NORTH CAROLINA COAST. THE STORM WILL BEGIN TO ACCELERATE NORTH OFFSHORE OF THE EAST COAST LATER TODAY. Eastern North Carolina, especially around Cape Hatteras, is being hammered by wind and storm surge from Dorian. A number of tornadoes have spun up in Dorian’s outer bands. It will slowly let up through the day as the storm moves offshore and turns north. Dorian will come close enough to eastern Virginia and Cape Cod that flooding rains, winds over 40 mph, and some storm surge flooding are forecast, especially in the Norfolk area. Dorian will track close enough to New Jersey and Long Island to raise water levels a couple of feet, plus or minus, at high tide. Farther north, Atlantic Canada is in the path. A significant storm is forecast, especially in Nova Scotia, with winds at or near hurricane force. The Key Messages from the National Hurricane Center on Dorian are: 1. Life-threatening storm surge and dangerous winds are expected to continue along portions of the North Carolina coast, portions of southeast Virginia and the southern Chesapeake Bay. Water levels could rise well in advance of the arrival of strong winds. Residents in these areas should follow advice given by local emergency officials. 2. Flash flooding is occurring, and will continue to become more widespread across the eastern Carolinas and far southeast Virginia this morning. There is a high risk of flash flooding over these areas, where significant, life-threatening flash flooding is expected. Elsewhere in the tropics, the only system of consequence is a strong tropical disturbance in the eastern Atlantic Ocean. It is likely to develop into a tropical depression or tropical storm over the next few days. It’s about a week away from reaching the eastern Caribbean islands on the current schedule, so it is not worth thinking about at this point. If it develops, its name will be Imelda. Behind it, the next disturbance moving off Africa does not appear to be as strong. It only has a slight chance to develop in the next 5 days. Tropical anxiety is heightened because of Dorian, but it would be more unusual to NOT have tropical disturbances moving off of Africa this time of year than what we’re seeing. Having said that, the peak of the Hurricane Season is next week, so it’s the time of year to stay aware of what is going on in the tropics. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Coral Ridge Association

#FLPD Join Us in Congratulating our cadets who successfully completed the Police Academy, Class 325 Broward College / Institute of Public Safety City of Fort Lauderdale #JobWellDone Promotional / Swearing In Ceremony TODAY @ 2PM click link for details: https://bit.ly/2lANiwg ... See MoreSee Less

Notice of Hydrant Preventative Maintenance

Starting September 9 – November 1, 2019

Planned Maintenance

The City of Fort Lauderdale is performing scheduled fire hydrant maintenance beginning September 9 and continuing through November 1, 2019 in the following area:

Boundaries:
Northern: East Oakland Park
Southern: Sunrise Boulevard
Eastern: South Atlantic Blvd
Western: NW 9 Avenue

Properties in the area may experience a temporary drop in water pressure during testing of the fire hydrants and the water may become slightly discolored. If you experience discolored water, you may wish to run water from one or more cold water faucets for a couple of minutes until the water is clear again and you may wish to do so prior to cooking, bathing or washing laundry. The discolored water is nonhazardous but can stain clothing. If your water does not clear within 24 hours, please contact City’s 24-Hour Neighbor Call Center at 954-828-8000.

Residents will have full access to their properties, while we perform this very important work.

Please sign-up for Code Red online at www.fortlauderdale.gov or contact the 24-Hour Neighbor Call Center at 954-828-8000.

If you have questions, please call the 24-Hour Neighbor Call Center at 954-828-8000.

Regards,

Patricia Jolly | Senior Administrative Assistant
City of Fort Lauderdale | Public Works Department
949 NW 38th Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
P: 954-828-7707 | F: 954-828-7897 | PaJolly@fortlauderdale.gov

Map of affected area
... See MoreSee Less

Notice of Hydrant Preventative Maintenance

Starting September 9 – November 1, 2019

Planned Maintenance
 
The City of Fort Lauderdale is performing scheduled fire hydrant maintenance beginning September 9 and continuing through November 1, 2019 in the following area:

Boundaries:
Northern:      East Oakland Park
Southern:      Sunrise Boulevard
Eastern:         South Atlantic Blvd
Western:        NW 9 Avenue

Properties in the area may experience a temporary drop in water pressure during testing of the fire hydrants and the water may become slightly discolored.  If you experience discolored water, you may wish to run water from one or more cold water faucets for a couple of minutes until the water is clear again and you may wish to do so prior to cooking, bathing or washing laundry. The discolored water is nonhazardous but can stain clothing. If your water does not clear within 24 hours, please contact City’s 24-Hour Neighbor Call Center at 954-828-8000.

Residents will have full access to their properties, while we perform this very important work.

Please sign-up for Code Red online at www.fortlauderdale.gov or contact the 24-Hour Neighbor Call Center at 954-828-8000.

If you have questions, please call the 24-Hour Neighbor Call Center at 954-828-8000.

 Regards,

Patricia Jolly  | Senior Administrative Assistant
City of Fort Lauderdale | Public Works Department
949 NW 38th Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
P: 954-828-7707 | F: 954-828-7897 | PaJolly@fortlauderdale.gov

Map of affected area

 

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Is that why there is red paint across the lawn?

Gm hard working lady always on the ball Carol O'Brien

Stephanie BettiePage Mallison

3 weeks ago

Coral Ridge Association

Residents should have 7 days of supplies in preparation of Hurricane #Dorian. A stocked supply kit has water, nonperishable food, prescription medications, flashlights and extra batteries. Here's a checklist to help you stock your kit. #FLPrepares ... See MoreSee Less

5 responses to “

  1. I lived in coral ridge for over five years would like information about the association and membership thank you

  2. Suzanne southwell

    There have been several homeless people who camp at Chic Fil A every night. Also people living out of an suv. I do not feel safe taking my trash out at night and do not feel safe. Is there anything the police can do to remedy this? I’m not sure Chic Fil A even knows.

    • Christian Petersen

      Suzanne,

      If you do not feel safe, please call the police whenever you see the situation so they can address it while it is happening. We will pass along the information to our FLPD liaison officers at our next meeting. Thank you.

      Christian

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