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News for Broward County Residents:

Residents of Broward County are being offered free Prescription Discount Cards that offer an average 24 percent saving on the retail price of prescription drugs. Nine out of 10 pharmacies accept the card, which also can be used for some pet medications.

The cards may be used by all residents regardless of age, income or existing health coverage. They are good for people who have no health insurance, and for people who do have insurance for prescriptions not covered by their particular plan.

The cards are part of a $400 million program including 1,400 counties, provided free of charge by the counties in partnership with the National Association of Counties. It is administered by CVS Caremark.

The cards can be picked up at County commission offices and County library branches, or printed from the Internet at www.caremark.com/naco. Residents can find the nearest participating pharmacy on the website or at 877-321-2652.

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
the attached "Community Update / Informe Comunitario" in a continuing effort to inform our customers about driver license, identification cards and highway safety issues.  There are two versions, one in English and another in Spanish.  Download them as a pdf in English or  Spanish

We ask all Floridians become familiar with our outreach initiative Gather Go Get by visiting www.GatherGoGet.com, in English,  www.ReunaVengaObtenga.com in Spanish, and  www.RasanbleAlePran.com in Creole.  The State of Florida is issuing REAL ID compliant driver licenses and identifications and we need the public to be aware of the documentation requirements in place.  We need you to help in informing all customers in order serve them the first time they visit one of our offices and avoid return customers due to lack of documentation

 The links above are the best source of personalized information about the documents to bring to one of our offices when renewing or replacing a driver license or identification card.  We appreciate your help in making the information available to people in your organizations and other individuals.  It will help us serve our customers better.

Broward County to Launch New Appliance Rebate Program
Residents and Businesses Encouraged to Switch to Energy Efficient Appliances

Broward County is offering the ENERGY SENSE Appliance Rebate Program to County residents and small to medium-sized businesses to encourage replacement of an old appliance with a new more energy efficient appliance. Up to $400,000 is available in rebates to eligible participants. The County expects 1,200 to 2,000 rebates to be issued to residents and 100 to 450 rebates to businesses. For More information regarding eligible ENERGY STAR appliance rebates for residents and businesses.
Download: Energy Sense in PDF Format

The Building Permit: A Balancing Act
By Heidi Shafran, AICP, City of Wilton Manors Director of Community Development Services

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The City of Wilton Manors has been awarded the annual Naturescape Emerald Award under the Government/School/Municipality category by Broward County. This award recognizes the City of Wilton Manors for its many outstanding efforts which have emphasized the preservation and enhancement of our environment and natural resources as well as involving and educating our residents. 

The award will be presented to the City of Wilton Manors on Tuesday, April 12, 2011 in the Broward County Commission Chambers. Some of the projects provided by the Wilton Manors Community and Leisure Services Department which earned this award include:

  • Became the 17th City in the nation to be declared a Certified Community Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife   Federation.
  • Completed a detailed computerized tree inventory for all City owned properties through a N ational Urban Forestry Grant.
  • Removed exotic, invasive plant species at Richardson Historic Park and Nature Preserve through a $106,000 grant from Broward County.
  • Planted 80 native trees, 115 native shrubs and 300 native ground covers at Richardson Historic Park with a $30,000 National Urban Forestry Grant
  •  Planted 32 canopy trees at Rachael Richardson Park.
  •  Relocated 22 mature Royal Palms for new City Hall construction.
  • Planted 20 native trees in City parks received from developers as mitigation requirements.
  • Planted 85 trees in City Parks and 178 trees on City swales provided from the Broward County Tree Trust Fund. We are now accepting requests from homeowners to plant additional trees in swales as Phase 3 of this project.Seven Leisure Department staff members have received training as Habitat Stewards.
  • Awarded a $21,000 Partners In Preservation Grant from Broward County for exotic, invasive plant removal and replanting of native species at Colohatchee Park
  • Developed M.E. Depalma Park which includes over 100 native plant species on the site.

Join a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
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.

Honor your Vet with a Brick!

City of Wilton Manors
Veteran's Memorial Bricks
application for wilton manors veteran's memorial
Download the Application in pdf format

The Wilton Manors Leisure Services Department reserves the right to refuse orders of questionable taste. 
Please make checks payable to:
City of Wilton Manors
 2020 Wilton Drive
Wilton Manors, FL 33305
For questions please contact the Wilton Manors Leisure Services Department at 954-390-2130
or visit the website at http://www.wiltonmanors.com/parks


Effective October 2 in the State of Florida
You can now have two (2) emergency contacts attached to your FLORIDA driver's license.

How does that help you? -
If you are in an accident an officer could run your driver's license and view the 2 names you selected eliminating the need to search for relatives.  Go to www.hsmv.state.fl.us and click on "Emergency Contacts", type in your driver's license number and date of birth.  You will be directed to type in name, address and phone numbers of two people you want to have contacted.  Hit the SAVE button and you are DONE.  No further action is necessary. 

Wilton Manors Habitats 2013 - Island city
                        is the 17th City in the Nation to be designated
                        as a Certified Wildlife Habitat
Wilton Manors is the 17th City in the nation to be declared a
 Certified Community Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation (CWF)

Is your property certified?  - Certify your yard TODAY at NWF.ORG

view a
larger copy of the map featuring the cities certified habitats.

Important Contact Information
City Hall:  954-390-2100      www.wiltonmanors.com
Police Department:   954-390-215    wmpd.org  
Broward Hurricane Hotline: 954-831-4000 
FEMA  1-800-621-FEMA   www.fema.gov 
Broward Emergency Management Agency 954-831-3900
State of Florida Emergency Management
American Red Cross: 954-797-3800   www.arcbcc.org
Salvation Army: 954-524-6991
Wilton Manors Historical Society www.WiltonManorsHistoricalSociety.org South Florida Water Management District www.sfwmd.gov/conserve

Florida House of Representatives


Gwyndolen "Gwyn" Clarke-Reed
District 92

Web Page

My Florida Web Page

Capitol Office:
1402 The Capitol
402 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
Phone: (850) 488-0880

District Office:
Pompano Beach City Hall
100 West Atlantic Boulevard
Pompano Beach, FL 33060-6099
Phone: (954) 786-4848

Legislative Assistant:
Dawn Smith

District Secretary:
Kathy Snyder


Mail any membership renewals or correspondence to:     
2845 NE 17th Avenue
Wilton Manors FL 33334