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Where are Fort Lauderdale's Certified Habitats?

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The City of Fort Lauderdale is already well on its way to making our home a safe place for our wild neighbors to thrive! Did you know that City Hall is one of them? Certified habitats come in all shapes and all sizes, and are located throughout the city! The list below highlights some existing certified habitats in Fort Lauderdale. 

Commission at Habitat Designation 

City Parks
Osswald Park
Middle River Terrace Park
Warbler Wetlands
Ann Herman Park
Mills Pond Park
Coontie Hatchee Landings Park
Florence Hardy Park
North Fork River Park
Peter Feldman Park
Bill Keith Preserve
Sailboat Bend Park
Dolphin Isles Park
Harbordale Park
Coral Ridge Park
South Middle River Park
Lewis Landing
Hortt Park
Bass Park
Joseph C. Carter Park
Holiday Park
Lauderdale Manors Park
Riverland Park
Riverside Park
Warfield Park

 

Community Centers and Civic Institutions
Beach Community Center
Fort Lauderdale City Hall
Dept of Sustainable Development
Parks Administration Office
Darkhorse Capital LCC
Global Ocean Security Technologies
Lauderdale Tennis Club
Insight for the Blind
Museum of Discovery and Science
Interplex Proto-Stamp, Inc.
Management International Inc.

 

 

Schools
Stranahan High School
Faith Lutheran Church and School
Ft. Lauderdale High School
North Side Elementary
Sunset School
Sunrise Middle School
Arthur Ashe Middle School
William Dandy Middle School
Stephen Foster Elementary School
Floranada Elementary School
Bayview Elementary School
Dr. Kennedy Homes Apartments
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