The City has over 101,400 residents which increases to over 150,000 during the season, when part-time residents return for the warm, sunny weather. Located near two international airports, several international seaports, railways and highways, Pompano Beach provides access to the global marketplace. Being part of Broward County also gives us the added advantage of being close to over two million people and 50,000 businesses while maintaining our history, charm and promise of being “Florida’s Warmest Welcome”.
View the Cities Operating Budget, Capital Improvement Plan and participate in the budget process.
Enforcement of property maintenance codes and certain aspects of the Zoning, Building, and Fire Codes.
Comprised of building permits and inspections, zoning applications, landscape, tree protection, sign permits and business applications (BTR).
Pay your utility bill or building inspection fees, view building plans, renew your Business Tax Receipt and many other services conveniently online.
Economic Development is the creation of wealth from which community benefits are realized.
The Environmental Services Department oversees the collection and processing of garbage and recycling for Pompano Beach residents and businesses.
Request for proposals, bids and purchasing for the City in compliance with applicable procurement guidelines.
Federal, State and local grant programs for affordable housing, economic opportunities and a safe living environment.
Job openings, applications and descriptions of available positions within Pompano Beach. Liaison between employers and the local workforce.