Coral Ridge Association Members Jose House and Carol O'Brien representing Coral Ridge at a recent city Tree Give Away. ... See MoreSee Less

Coral Ridge Association Members Jose House and Carol OBrien representing Coral Ridge at a recent city Tree Give Away.

2 weeks ago

Coral Ridge Association

On D-Day + 75 meet Fort Lauderdale's Oliver family. Eva & Frank Oliver were pioneers. Eva is pictured here with her 5 children. All served in WWII: Margaret (WAC), Louis, Joseph & James (US Navy), and Frank, Jr. US Army 101st Infantry. Frank survived the Battle of the Bulge only to perish on 3/16/45 as the 101st began its advance on Bratdorf. #FLLhistory #USNavy #USArmy #WWII #dday ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Coral Ridge Association

HURRICANE SEASON OFFICIALLY BEGINS – Saturday, June 1, 2019. A weak tropical disturbance is moving into the southern Gulf of Mexico. It will turn north near the Mexican and Texas coasts next week. There is some chance that the circulation will become organized enough for the system to be designated a Tropical Depression by the National Hurricane Center. The biggest immediate threat appears to be the possibility of heavy rain spreading from Mexico, up the Texas coast, and into the water-logged South and Midwest over the next week. If this system were to develop into a tropical depression, it would be on an unusual track for early June. Most systems that develop this time of year form to the south and track toward or over Florida. High pressure will control the atmosphere over Florida for the foreseeable future keeping the tropical disturbance away, and bringing summertime weather – in terms of heat and humidity – to the peninsula. The unusually dry weather we had at the end of May is over. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Coral Ridge Association

A HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS MESSAGE FROM MAYOR DEAN J. TRANTALIS Details: Hurricane season begins June 1 and runs through November. Over the next six months, all of us need to pay close attention to weather developments in and around our area. Experts are predicting another busy season with as many as 12 to 14 named storms. Please don’t be complacent. As the season starts, everyone should review their family emergency plan and assemble a hurricane supply kit so you are well-prepared if a storm should impact our area. Remember to check your disaster supply kits. Make sure to have a three- to five-day supply of food and water. Those supplies should include at least one gallon of water per person per day, non-perishable food that is ready to eat, a battery-powered flashlight, a battery-powered radio, a first-aid kit and a reserve of prescription medicine. As part of your family action plan, you should determine if you live in an evacuation zone and where you would go if ordered to evacuate. Keep a full tank of gas in your vehicles as lines can be long once a storm approaches. Make plans to secure homes, boats, pets and property. Check your insurance coverage. It’s also prudent to inventory your possessions. Secure valuables and important documents. Please also ask your neighbors if they need any extra help or assistance. In addition, please remember to trim trees, shrubs and other landscaping now to minimize vegetative debris on your property. Also, you should assess your home for vulnerable spots and check the condition of shutters and back-up generators. Keep in mind that after a hurricane, neighbors may be asked to help expedite clean up and recovery efforts by separating debris into four categories - vegetative debris, construction debris, appliances and electronics – and placing it unbagged curbside for collection without blocking roads or storm drains. Finally, now is also a good time to visit the City's website at where you can sign up for CodeRED alerts and City News updates, and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. We also encourage you to visit our hurricane webpage at where you can find more updates and preparation tips, as well as additional ways you can stay in touch with the City before, during and after a storm. Remember, the most important thing we can all do is be prepared. Dean J. Trantalis Mayor Mayor Dean Trantalis Heather Thompson Moraitis Steve Glassman, Fort Lauderdale City Commissioner, District 2 Robert McKinzie Ben Sorensen - Fort Lauderdale City of Fort Lauderdale Community Redevelopment Agency City of Fort Lauderdale Parks and Recreation Fort Lauderdale Police Department Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue Fort Lauderdale Village District Go Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance Downtown FTL Broward County Government ... 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


      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.


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