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Fort Lauderdale Happenings
  • Check out Vice Mayor and District II Commissioner Dean Trantalis' September 2017 Newsletter.
  • Access the City's web site for more information about the happenings around Fort Lauderdale here.
  • Access information about FDOT road, highway, and bridge construction projects in and around Fort Lauderdale.
  • Access information about the City's post-Irma clean up efforts and schedule here.


Notice of LOIHA Fall 2017 Members Meeting

    • Registration:  4:00 p.m. (LYC Lounge)
    • Meeting:        4:30 p.m.  
        Buffet dinner included for LOIHA Members who             have paid their 2017 annual dues.  $50 per                     person at the door for non-members.
  • We are changing the format for this meeting and will have as our special guest speaker Mr. Abi Montes.  In addition to being a 28 year veteran of the Marine Corps. who served two combat tours in Iraq, Master Gunnery Sergeant Montes is an experienced U.S. Dept. of Defense certified instructor and speaker on anti-terrorism standards and practices.  He will speak about ways we can be prepared for and help protect ourselves and our families against a potential terrorist attack, including when we are traveling of if ever faced with an active shooter situation. 
King Tides Notice
  • The King Tide Season is here again.  King Tides are expected to occur:
    • October 4-11 and 15-22
    • November 2-9
    • December 2-6
  • Please be alert for standing water and use caution and good sense when deciding whether to drive or walk through!  Report all standing water and any clogged drains to the City either using the City's Lauderserv app, or by calling (954) 828-8000.
  • For more information, check the City's web site here.
FDOT Tidal Valve Project
  • Although we are told that FDOT has completed a design to install one-way tidal valves on its drains along E. Las Olas Blvd. adjacent to our LOIHA neighborhoods, it does not appear the drains have been installed yet.  These drains have been a major culprit in causing flooding at the heads of our streets during the seasonal high tides.  Mayor Seiler has indicated that the City is tracking FDOT's progress so let's hope that we will soon see some.

Questions?  Contact your Board Members
  • As always, if you have questions or suggestions, please contact any of the LOIHA Board Members or Officers!  We're happy to hear from you.