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The Town of Hillsboro Beach is situated on a small peninsula north of Pompano Beach. It extends 3.2 miles from the Hillsboro Inlet on the south to Deerfield Beach on the north and is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway on the west. Its greatest width is about 900 feet. I has but one road, State Highway A1A.

The name is derived from the Earl of Hillsborough, to whom large grants of land were made by the English Crown during one of the periods of English possession of Florida that alternated with Spanish ownership. Florida came under the flag of the United States by purchase from Spain in 1819.

The Hillsboro Lighthouse, completed in 1907, marks the northern end of the Florida Reef. It contains a 5,500,000 candlepower light and is the most powerful light on the east coast of the United States. Its height is 136 feet above the water.

In 1922, Herbert L. Malcolm (later a Town Commissioner for ten years and Mayor for two terms) bought land next to the Inlet and built a school. In 1925 he turned the school into a hotel, which became the present Hillsboro Club.

The Town was originally incorporated in 1939 and remained inactive until 1947 when it was incorporated by a special act of the Florida Legislature. The first meeting towards formal incorporation was arranged by Mrs. Marie McCollum and took place in February 1947, at the residence of Mrs. Ruth Markland. At a meeting held on March 4, 1947, Ernest Wooler was elected the first Mayor. At that time the Town had 17 voters, 9 private houses, 4 groups of rental cottages and apartments, and the Hillsboro Club. Highway A1A was an unpaved, sandy road. A narrow bridge, operated by hand connected the Town with Pompano Beach.

The present Town Hall was dedicated in 1955. The first Town Hall was a tiny wooden building at #957. In that time of war-induced shortages, it had telephone privileges, courtesy of Cap's Place.

The Town is governed by five elected Commissioners. The Town has a Police Department comprised of 16 men. The Town of Hillsboro Beach is serviced for fire by the Deerfield Beach Fire Department. Inland, off Sample Road and over the Biscayne Aquifer, is the Town's wellfield of twenty-two acres, with four wells, pumps and a water treatment plant. Our sewers are connected to the Broward County Sewage Treatment Plant.

In 1973 there were 747 voters in the Town, and the winter population was approximately 1,800. Today there are over 1,500 voters in the Town with a winter population of over 3,000.

The official Hillsboro Beach City Website:  http://www.townofhillsborobeach.com/index.php?sec=1
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  • Hillsboro Mile
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  • 1200 Hillsboro Mile
  • 900 Hillsboro Mile
  • Colonades
  • Diamond Head
  • Harborside At Hillsboro Beach
  • Hillsboro Beach & Yacht Villas
  • Hillsboro Colonnade
  • Hillsboro Imperial
  • Hillsboro Island House
  • Hillsboro Le Baron
  • Hillsboro Mile Ocean Apartments
  • Hillsboro Mile Tower
  • Hillsboro Ocean Club
  • Hillsboro Square
  • Hillsboro Windsor
  • Kingsley Arms
  • Landmark at Hillsboro
  • Mediterranea Condo
  • Ocean Grande
  • Ocean Hillsboro Condo

  • Opal Towers
  • Overlook
  • Pieces O Eight
  • Port  De Mer Condo
  • Royal Flamingo Villas
  • Sea Club Co-op
  • Shoreland Co-op
  • The Recess at Hillsboro Villas
  • Virginia Kaye
  • Waters Edge Estates
  • Windsor
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The Town is a charming seaside oasis on the eastern edge of metropolitan Broward County, Florida. Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway just north of Fort Lauderdale, the Town is home to warm tropical breezes, a beautiful pier, spectacular ocean views and small, quaint motels that attract annual visitors from Europe and around the world.

Florida is one of the most popular places in the world to scuba dive. Unlike the Florida Keys, where the reefs are only accessible by boat, the Town's coral reefs can be reached using a pair of fins. Recognizing the popularity of the Town's reefs with local and out-of-town divers, the Broward County Commission in September 1997 declared Lauderdale-By-The-Sea the "Shore Dive Capitol of South Florida."

Broward County also has an extensive artificial reef program and has sunk more than 75 ships, freighters and tugboats since its program began more than 25 years ago.




The official Lauderdale-by-the-Sea City Website:  http://www.lauderdalebythesea-fl.gov
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  • Palm Yacht and Beach Club
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  • AquaZul
  • Atlantic Beach Villas
  • Bougainvilla Pointe
  • By The Seas Condo
  • Cabana Bay Village
  • Caribe
  • Cloisters
  • Coastal Arms
  • Corniche
  • Crane Crest
  • Cristelle
  • Cristelle Cay
  • El Mar
  • Emerald Towers
  • Europa by the Sea
  • Fountainhead
  • French Leave
  • Gardenia Place
  • Gardens By Sea Condo
  • Hampton Beach Club
  • International Studio
  • Jade Beach Villas
  • Lauderdale by the Sea
  • Leisure By The Sea
  • Leisure Gardens
  • Leisure Mar
  • Leisure Towers
  • Malulani Co-op
  • Morning Star Condo
  • Ocean Bay Club
  • Ocean Colony
  • Ocean East
  • Ocean Place
  • Ocean Sounds
  • Ocean Walk Villas
  • Oceanside at Lauderdale
  • Oceanwalk
  • Oriana
  • Poinciana By The Sea
  • Poinciana Keys
  • Poinciana Place

  • Reserve at Ocean Walk
  • Residence Condo
  • Rocaille
  • Royal Coast
  • Sea Ranch Club
  • Sea Ranch Lakes
  • Sea Ranch Villas
  • Seagrape by the Sea
  • Souter's Resort
  • South Leisure By The Sea
  • Squires Condo
  • Starlight Towers
  • The Caribe
  • The Courtyards
  • Top of the Mile
  • Village at Seagrape
  • Village by the sea
  • Villas by the Sea
  • Whittier Towers
  • Winter Colony
  • Terra Mar Island Estates
  • Lauderdale Yacht Surf Estates