Facts About Coral Springs
Coral Springs officially chartered on July 10, 1963, was master-planned and primarily developed by Coral Ridge Properties, Inc., which was acquired by Westinghouse in 1966.
Coral Springs has received the Florida Sterling Award for excellence in administration twice, in 1997 and 2003
Coral Springs’s name is derived from the company’s name and was selected after several earlier proposals had been considered and rejected, Despite the name, there are no natural springs in the city.
Coral Springs is a sister city of Paraíso, Costa Rica.
Coral Springs has a total area of 24.0 square miles, 23.8 square miles of which is land and 0.19 square miles of which is water.
Coral Springs is bordered by the cities of Parkland to the north, Coconut Creek to the east, Margate and North Lauderdale to the southeast and Tamarac to the south and to the west lie The Everglades.
Coral Springs, officially named the City of Coral Springs, is a city in Broward County, Florida, United States.
The tallest building in Coral Springs is a 12-story condominium, Country Club Tower, with five more buildings topping out at 10 stories including three office buildings lining University Drive, one of the city’s main roads.
The City of Coral Springs Parks and Recreation Department operates over 50 municipal parks, including a water park and a skate park, encompassing over 675 acres.
In 2007, Coral Springs became the first state or local government in the nation to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.