Engineering Mission Statement
To implement, encourage and support dependable government administration for roadway/ transportation enhancement, interdepartmental capital improvements and private development/re-development through technology, sound engineering principles and high level customer service. To plan, administer and maintain a functional and compliant government storm water management program for the protection and benefit of the citizens and properties in Plantation.
The City of Plantation Engineering Department is a customer-oriented department providing a wide variety of professional services to the Plantation Community. Department staff puts the customer first and provides the best service and response possible. The Department’s primary responsibility involves administration and enforcement of all activities within City public rights-of-way that include roadways, storm drainage, traffic engineering and street lighting.
Flood Insurance and CRS Program
The Engineering Department serves as CRS coordinator for the City’s participation in the Community Rating System (CRS) sponsored by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP.) Through voluntary participation in the program, the City secures discounted flood insurance rates for all property owners within Plantation. Participation in the CRS Program is only one of several important Department functions related to flood prevention for the City. Click here for more information.
401 NW 70th Terrace
Plantation, Florida 33317
Stormwater Ad Valorem Assessment
Improperly managed stormwater runoff may increase the occurrence of flooding, which endangers property and human welfare. The City has experienced higher costs to maintain its stormwater management program due to the negative affects of uncontrolled or improperly managed stormwater runoff into the waters of the Plantation ecosystem.
In the past, Stormwater Management has been funded through property taxes and other general fund revenues. Many needed projects have been postponed to pay for other critical operations such as police and fire. The City has made a decision to resolve past funding deficiencies through an adopted Stormwater Utility.
Notices were sent regarding the Stormwater Utility. For more information, please see the FAQs,
For additional information on protecting yourself from a disaster, please visit Fema.gov.
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