CORAL SPRINGS, FL – A new surf park is proposed next to the Coral Springs Aquatic Complex on Royal Palm Boulevard.

The iconic Coral Springs “Covered Bridge” will be closed for the next four to six weeks for repairs after it was struck last month by a truck.

The majority of Coral Springs’ population of 129,000 people is no longer white. The majority is now made up of minorities – Hispanics, Blacks, and others – who accounted for 58 percent of the city’s population in 2019.

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New Surf Park Proposed in Coral Springs Next To Aquatic Complex

 

Coral Springs “Covered Bridge” To Be Closed For Up To Six Weeks

 

Minorities, Especially Hispanics, Make Up Majority Of Coral Springs’ Population


New Data: Six Schools In Coral Springs and Parkland Have Covid-19 Cases

 

What’s Allowed, Not Allowed In Coral Springs During Pandemic? Here’s Some Answers.

 

Surf Park Developer: Coral Springs Facility Would Bring Thousands of Visitors, Millions In Revenue Each Year

 

A New Free Library Box Opens in Coral Springs To Inspire Reading

 

Auto Shop and Restaurant: Latest Coral Springs Businesses Issued Warnings For Coronavirus Violations

 

Coral Springs Fire Officials Trying To Determine If Lightning Caused House Fire

 

Even In Pandemic, Volunteers Keep Doing Community Projects in Coral Springs And Beyond

 

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