Broward League of Cities

The Broward League of Cities is a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and resolving issues facing Broward County’s 31 cities and municipalities. Membership is made up of elected officials from municipal governments and area businesses.

Members focus on identifying and resolving problems affecting day-to-day municipal operations including county, state and federal legislation. Dedicated committees conduct research and recommend policies affecting education, housing, economic concerns and municipal services. Read more...

Breaking News

Welcome New Member! – Broward Housing Solutions
Welcome New Member! – SCS Engineers
Welcome New Member! – Severn Trent
Welcome New TRUSTEE Member! – Memorial Healthcare System
Florida Municipal Attorneys Association – Donald “DJ” Doody Honored as Municipal Attorney of the Year
United Way of Broward County – Mayor’s Gala to Help Veterans

Upcoming Events

Featured News

Aug 28
President Greg Ross in Sun Sentinel 100

American Dream Miami will present an opportunity for elected officials in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties to work together to manage…

Aug 21
President Greg Ross in Sun Sentinel 100

The diversity of candidates at the Broward League of Cities’ State Legislative Candidate Forum last week was distinguished by a…

Aug 14
President Greg Ross in Sun Sentinel 100

On August 18-20, approximately 1,000 elected officials from cities across Florida will attend the Florida League of Cities Annual Conference…

General Membership Meeting

General Membership Meeting April 2016

Quick Links

General Membership Meeting - Photos are now posted in the Photo Gallery.

Strengthening Broward Cities through Effective Advocacy - Tips to help improve communications with your legislators.

Interactive League Membership Directory - Check out your listing.

Member resources - Check out the League's legislative action plans and other League presentations.

Broward MPO’s Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) - A comprehensive list of federal, state and locally funded transportation projects.

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