Victoria Park Civic Association - Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Victoria Park Civic Association

Nestled in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale, we're a vibrant community that's evolving into the future while still retaining the charm of Old Florida.  Located between the Isles of Las Olas / Intracoastal Waterway / Middle River and Federal Highway, stretching from Broward to Sunrise Boulevards, we're home to more than 10,000 diverse residents who enjoy living near the amenities of Downtown, the shopping and fine dining of Las Olas, and sun, sand and surf of the world famous Fort Lauderdale Strip -- all while enjoying a cozy residential neighborhood.  If real estate is all about "location, location, location" -- we have it, have it, have it!  And if community is all about people, we have a diverse and tolerant population pulling together to make our corner of paradise even better.

Join Now

There's a lot going on in our neighborhood -- and our Association is busy too.  So check out what's happening. If you are already a member, thank you!  If not, consider joining your neighbors in improving Victoria Park -- sign up here

Aesthetics - Children - Crime Watch - History - Home Tour - Membership - Planning and Zoning - Public Safety - Communications - Social - Traffic - Utilities - Master Plan




7:00 pm - St Anthony's School - NE 8th Ave and  NE 2nd St.

We meet at 7 P.M. on the first Wednesday of each month (except August) usually in the cafeteria of the St. Anthony Catholic School located at 801 NE 2 Street, in Fort Lauderdale.

 All residents of Victoria Park are invited to attend.


2014 Art & Jazz

2014 Art & Jazz Festival

Click here to visit our page.


Beautiful Neighborhood

Victoria Park is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale, which has been rated one of the best places to retire in the US!

A "Top Ten" Downtown
Fort Lauderdale has been rated a "top ten" downtown (#7, to be exact), in a new study.
And we're within walking distance!
For that and more interesting info, click here:

Passionate About Recycling?

You could earn money for your Neighborhood!

Click here for the information


2014 Board of Directors

Congratulations to Preston Watkins, Secretary; Jay Holloway, President; Jen Diehl, Treasurer; and Catherine Maus, Vice President, on their recent election.


CERT Announcement

CERT classes provide training on two Saturdays for two weeks by City of Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue personnel ALL AT NO CHARGE.

As a volunteer CERT member, you will learn life-saving skills for major emergencies including hurricanes, floods, and/or fires. You will also learn fire suppression and injury care for everyday situations.

As a CERT graduate, your skills will be valuable to you, your family and your community in the event of a major disaster.

CERT members may be assigned to a team in their neighborhood where they will play an important community safety role, as well as assist Fire-Rescue professionals in the event of an emergency.

See link for upcoming class; PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! Register by contacting: Carladean Ferguson at 954-828-6700


Traffic Plan Updates

A draft copy of updates to the traffic components of our Master Plan are available for review. Traffic Plan draft. The plan addresses all modes of transportation (pedestrians, bicyclists, automobiles and shared transportation options) and other issues affecting our streetscapes such as drainage and landscaping.

The updated plan follows the county's new Complete Street guidelines -- click here for a summary of those guidelines and how they affect Victoria Park  Complete Street in Victoria Park.

The proposals in this plan are the result of a series of workshops and traffic meetings over the past couple of years.  An up-to-date, comprehensive master plan will help us obtain funding for traffic projects throughout the neighborhood.  We'll be discussing this draft proposal and voting on its adoption this fall.  If you have any questions or comments, please direct them to


Fort Lauderdale Currents

City of Fort Lauderdale

City of Fort Lauderdale Current News

Upcoming Events

The link above is to a page on the City of Fort Lauderdale's website that lists the current City of Fort Lauderdale "Fort Lauderdale Currents" as well as the previous issues of this newsletter. It contains Quick Links to City news, upcoming events, Parks and Recreation programs, and City Commission updates.

The link also provides the ability to subscribe to the newsletter via email.


Pets of the Month


Is there room in your home for Parker and Thor? Click image for info.


"Street Light Out?

 Traditional Type Street Lamp

To report a non-working street light, please go to: 
Click for Street Light Outages

After you report street light problems to FPL, PLEASE let us know so that VPCA can monitor repairs and follow up if necessary.  Just e-mail: and put "Street Light Report" and the street light's address in the subject line.


Protect Your Plants

Victoria Park has always been a neighborhood which is proud of our trees and lush landscaping.  But occasionally, pest infestations put our plants on high alert -- you can thank our wonderfully-warm winters, in part, as we don't get those killing freezes which wipe out (or at least reduce the population of) pests in northern climes.

There's LOTS more information where that came from: use this link to answer any plant or pest questions.

See how YOUR yard measures up to the "Florida Friendly" landscaping strategies in this brochure.

SILK FLOSS TREE  - For more information click here



Photo Gallery

Victoria Park Walk

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