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Week of July 3, 2024

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Happening in Someplace Special

The News & Notes You Need to Know About

🎇 Happy Independence Day!

City Hall and the Community Center will be closed on July 4th in observance of Independence Day. The Pool and Tennis Center will operate with holiday hours from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the Community Pool will be open from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. The Pool and Tennis Center is located at 11600 Stonebridge Parkway, within the Rock Creek community.

Please note, garbage and recycling collection will operate on regular schedule.

City Commission Workshop

Tuesday, July 9 | 6:30 PM | 9090 SW 50th Pl, Cooper City FL 33328

The City Commission will receive a presentation on the preliminary Landscape Master Plan. This workshop is open to the public.

Landscape Master Plan Public Meeting

Thursday, July 25 | 6:30 - 8:00 PM | 9090 SW 50th Pl, Cooper City FL 33328

This meeting will focus on providing details on the preliminary plan that was developed from feedback received during the public meeting in January 2024 and the subsequent survey.

Read more about this initiative.

It is with a heavy heart that we share the news of K9 Macie passing away. Losing such an important part of our BSO Cooper City family is never easy.

K9 Macie, alongside Deputy Covet, had a remarkable career. Macie was known for her work in locating missing persons and as BSO's first certified therapy dog.

During her career, Macie attended over 300 community events, responded to 1,118 calls for service, participated in 523 deployments, and conducted 346 demonstrations.

Rest in peace, sweet Macie. Cooper City will miss you always.


Get an Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Look at How Our City Operates!

Room is running out! Apply today and make sure you don’t miss out on a great opportunity to learn about the work and dedication that helps make Cooper City “Someplace Special.” Visit to learn more and apply.

The deadline to apply is Friday, July 19 or until all spots are taken.


Know the Code

City Code has been amended regarding stopping, standing or parking on roadways.

As we look ahead to the new school year, parents, grandparents, and legal guardians who drop off and pick up students at Cooper City schools are urged to understand and comply with this Code change.

No person shall stop, stand, or park a vehicle on any roadway within 1,000 feet of a public or private elementary, middle, or secondary school within one hour before the scheduled starting time for the regular school day or school special event or within one hour after the scheduled school dismissal time for the regular school day or school special event.


Please arrive at the appropriate time and help us keep streets safe by preventing wrong way driving as motorists sometimes use the wrong lane to get around stopped vehicles. A violation of this Code will result in a $100 citation to the vehicle owner.

Read more on Ordinance No. 24-11 here.

Household Hazardous Waste Pickup

Next pickup date is July 13


Water Quality Report

Cooper City delivers millions of gallons of drinking water to residents and businesses every single day. That water is tested tens of thousands of times every year to ensure it is of the highest quality. To view the results of this hard work, you can now view the 2023 Water Quality Report.


My Safe Florida Home Program

Looking for a financial boost to help harden your home? The My Safe Florida Home Program can help provide Florida homeowners with funding to upgrade windows and doors, garage doors and roofs. The application portal is now open.


Storm Readiness Starts Now

Hurricane Beryl's rapid development should serve as a reminder to all South Floridians that we need to be prepared well before a storm threatens our region.

Download a checklist to help make sure you are storm ready.

Freedom Month Sales Tax Holiday

🗓️ July 1 – July 31

Enjoy tax-free shopping on qualifying recreation and outdoor items, as well as admissions to entertainment and cultural events during the 2024 Freedom Month Sales Tax Holiday!

For more details, check out the official flyer.

Next Regular City Commission Meeting

Tuesday, July 23, 2024 at 6:30 PM

In-person: City Hall, 9090 SW 50th Place

TV: Comcast/Xfinity: Channel 78

Agendas & Minutes
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Upcoming Events

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September 14, 2024 | 9 AM - 12 PM

Suellen H. Fardelmann Sports Complex

Touch-a-Truck is a chance to get up close, sit behind the wheel, honk the horn, and explore the interesting vehicles you see on the road every day.

This event is complimentary and will include a first hour, which is sensory friendly.

September 27, 2024 | 6 PM - 8 PM

Community Center

Drop of your slightly used books between Monday, July 15 through Friday, September 20 at the Community Center and/or Pool and Tennis Center. Return on September 27 to swap old stories for new adventures!

Learn How to Use Our Online Registration Portal for Certain Events and Programs

Scenes from Summer Camp

Mother Nature has delivered a fair share of rainy weather, but the activities have not stopped.

This week, Summer Camp featured some gaming and fun in the pool!


Parks & Recreation

Visit our Parks & Recreation Page

Join Cooper City’s Parks and Recreation Department this July to commemorate National Park and Recreation Month. Let's celebrate how our city thrives, becomes more vibrant, and gains resilience thanks to parks and recreation.

Click the link below to see what activities are planned in July for residents of all ages and abilities.


Cooper City Active Adults Programs

Attention Cooper City active adults! Explore a diverse range of activities, classes, and programs tailored just for you. Please note that some programs have recently changed.

Upcoming Events:

  • Christmas in July: Ceramics | July 8 and July 22
  • Fraud Awareness Presentation | July 11
  • "Broadway Through the Years Two" | July 13 (RSVP by July 8)
  • Summer Jam Session | July 18
  • Red, White and Blue Luncheon | July 26 (Register by July 23)

For further information, contact 954-434-4300, extension 255. Alternatively, visit the Community Center or Pool and Tennis Center to pick up a calendar of activities, events, and more.


Here is a look at past Active Adults Activities! A trip to a Miami Marlins game, Summer Solstice mandala craft, and an Alzheimer's & Dementia lunch talk!

Step into a Fitness Routine

The Cooper City Fitness Center is located at the Pool and Tennis Center. Explore your health insurance for membership benefits. An individual annual gym membership starts at only $85.60 for seniors (age 62+). An individual annual membership for Cooper City residents, age 14-61, is $139.10.

Non-residents can also enjoy the facilities. Get more information by visiting our Facilities page or call 954-436-7300.

Did You Know?

Vulnerable Population Registry

The Vulnerable Population Registry is a Broward County tool that cities use to help evaluate resident needs and assist in planning a response in an emergency. You should register if you are at risk due to a disability or health issue, regardless of age, and you elect to stay at home in the event of a hurricane or other emergency. Sign up now before a storm threatens our area. 

Click here to register online or call 954-831-4000. 

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Home Watch Program

Did you know the Broward Sheriff's Office Cooper City District has a free Home Watch Program?

With this program, a deputy will check your home regularly while you are away. An exterior check of your home will be conducted to make sure there have been no unlawful entries and that no other obvious problems have occurred outside of your home. To sign up for this FREE service, please fill out the Home Watch form and visit the BSO Cooper City District Office (10580 Stirling Rd.) to complete registration.

If you have questions, call the BSO Cooper City District at (954) 435-2000.

My Safe Florida Home

The My Safe Florida Home Program offers eligible home owners the opportunity to make an application for a wind mitigation home inspection free of charge by the State.

For more information click here.

Fingerprinting Services

The BSO Cooper City District is now providing complimentary fingerprinting services to Cooper City residents and business owners. Fingerprinting is available by appointment only on Tuesdays from 8 a.m. to noon and Thursdays from noon to 3 p.m.

Passport Appointments

Passport appointments every 15 minutes at City Hall.

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What to Do If 911 Does Not Answer:

If a Cooper City resident calls 911 and receives no answer, there's no need to panic. You can call the BSO Cooper City station directly at 954-435-2000. It's worth noting that Cooper City's BSO station is the only BSO district to have a staffed lobby 24/7, 365 days a year.

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