Happy Holidays! Time has flown by this year, and it’s hard to believe that the holidays are already here.
Coconut Creek residents are invited to an event to keep them informed, engaged, and involved in the state’s most critical issues.
Coconut Creek Greenlights Cocomar Business Park Ushering in a New Era of Sustainable Industrial Development
The Planned Commercial District (PCD) project will include three separate buildings that will be primarily for warehouse/light industrial use
Coconut Creek residents and city leaders will have another opportunity to discuss the proposed Cocomar Business Park at the upcoming meeting
The month of November and the anticipation of the holiday season can be exciting for many of us as we look forward to celebrating and spending time with loved ones.
The proposed complex would be known as Cocomar Business Park
The City of Coconut Creek has begun the process of creating a memorial to honor victims of the Holocaust.
The Coconut Creek City Commission reflected on Hamas’s attacks on Israel and denounced the group’s violent acts.
The Coconut Creek City Commission approved a deal with Broward County to extend the lease of a county-owned public safety answering point (PSAP) through 2025.
The city commission gave their annual reviews to the city manager and attorney at their workshop meeting.
Coconut Creek officials and residents expressed their frustrations with the Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) proposed Turnpike expansion project
During the September 14 meeting, the Coconut Creek City Commission addressed the expansion project of the Turnpike.
The city commission approved three ordinances that will pave the way for construction of Lincoln of Coconut Creek’s new location.
During their workshop on Wednesday, the Coconut Creek City Commission discussed various proposed changes to the city’s charter.
Medical marijuana provider Green Dragon Dispensaries could roll its way into Coconut Creek.
Coconut Creek Commission Tackles Employee Survey Allegations of Unprofessionalism and Toxicity in Police Department
The city commission discussed city survey results featuring numerous allegations against the police department, where they pondered the next steps.
The Coconut Creek City Commission paid their respects to 13 active duty service members who were killed in the Kabul, Afghanistan, airport bombing in 2021.
Coconut Creek’s 2024 Budget Under Deliberation, Key Discussions Center on Millage Rate and Waste Management
At Monday’s workshop, the city commission deliberated over the Fiscal Year 2024 budget, primarily focusing on the millage rate, diverse assessments, and future projects.
Rising Costs, Tax Changes, and New Initiatives Unveiled in Upcoming Coconut Creek Commission Workshop
The Coconut Creek City Commission will meet to discuss the preliminary Fiscal Year 2024 budget at their Aug. 7 workshop, starting at 11 a.m.
State Rep Hunschofsky: Preparing for the 2023/2024 School Year with Tax Holidays and Mental Health Focus
It is so hard to believe that the summer is already slowly coming to an end and that the school year is about to start up again. As a mom of two children who are now grown up, I can certainly relate
As Thursday night became Friday morning, a divided Coconut Creek City Commission, residents from Cocomar Palms and Lakewood East and developers voiced polarizing viewpoints…
The Coconut Creek City Commission will consider multiple items at their July 13 meeting that would make way for the Cocomar Logistics Business Park warehouse development.
Coconut Creek residents and business owners are invited to participate in an upcoming Open Forum as part of the city’s Ambassador Program…
I hope summer has gotten off to a wonderful start for everyone. This can be a great time when our schedules change a bit with school being out and many activities and events slowing down. It’s also a wonderful opportunity to benefit from some sales tax holidays..
At a recent meeting, the city commission reviewed Mainstreet development updates, weighing their concerns and praises on the civic space and public safety components.
State Rep. Hunschofsky’s Town Hall Update Reveals Record State Budget and Groundbreaking Bills Passed
State Rep. Christine Hunschofsky (D-Parkland) held a town hall event where she discussed various new laws and updated her constituents on the latest state legislative session….
State Rep Hunschofsky: Celebrating the End of the School Year, Honoring Fathers, and Commemorating Juneteenth
It is hard to believe that another school year is already ending. We are grateful to all the teachers, administrators, staff, and volunteers for everything you do throughout the school year for our students.
The school board and Coconut Creek City Commission have approved a contract addressing school resource officer (SRO) services just two weeks before the last day of school.
The city commission expressed opposition to an expansion of Florida’s Turnpike that could adversely affect residents throughout parts of the city.
As a mom, I appreciate Mother’s Day and celebrate all the wonderful mothers, grandmothers, stepmothers, and mother figures who have made a difference in our lives. They are the ones we seek out for support, help, advice, and comfort.
Florida State Representative Christine Hunschofsky (D-Parkland) has successfully sponsored a bill to expand the requirements of Sea Level Rise Impact Projection (SLIP) studies, which passed unanimously on the House floor.
State Rep Christine Hunschofsky Updates Constituents on Controversial Bills and Earth Day Activities in District
Thank you to everyone who attended our pre-session Town Halls in January and February. Now, we are right in the middle of our 60-day Legislative Session.
March is typically a month that many families take advantage of that weeklong Spring Break. It is the month when we move our clocks ahead and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Mardi Gras, and March Madness.
The Coconut Creek Police Department honored five people at the Do The Right Thing Awards on Feb. 23.
The Coconut Creek Police Department honored six people who stepped up and helped others at the Jan. 25 Do The Right Thing Awards.