Council Corner

Notice of Special Election 4/12/2022 6:30pm


Please take notice that a Special Election will be held on APRIL 12, 2022 at the CFLCA General Meeting occurring at 6:30pm via Zoom.  Interested candidates should contact CFLCA President, Mary Peloquin, using the “contact us” link at

OFFICER POSITION:  Chair of Committees

TERM: Balance of existing term ending March 2023


             The Chair of Committees will be elected by the general membership to coordinate and implement all committees established by the Board and General Membership. The Chair of Committees will be a voting member of the Board of Directors.


On March 24th the City of Fort Lauderdale issued a  Report of Redistricting.  The report and alternative maps are posted for your review   here.  After the meeting on the initial round of reports an amended report has been published.  The amended report and the related additional map images will be discussed at a Special Meeting of the Commission on 4/12/22 at City Hall.

Materials HERE

You can review a spreadsheet of the most recent population counts for all Fort Lauderdale neighborhoods here: Neighborhood Association Estimated 2020 Population.

You can view the current Commission District map here: NeighborhoodMap Current March 2022

On 3/28/22 your CFLCA Board of Directors asked for NEW maps that do NOT split a neighborhood or association.

CFCLA is committed to cultivating and preserving a community of inclusion, connectedness, and equity. We can grow and learn better together with a diverse team membership. The collective sum of individual differences, life experiences, knowledge, innovation, self-expression, and talent that our members invest in their communities represents not only part of our mission, but our reputation and achievements as well.

We welcome the unique contributions that each member brings in terms of their education, opinions, culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity and expression, nation of origin, age, languages spoken, veteran’s status, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation and beliefs. In turn, our inclusive membership inspires us to try new things, speak openly, and be bold.  With regards to CFLCA member race we acknowledge and commit to racial inclusion in that people from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds have rich cultural, social, and intellectual traditions that differ from mainstream traditions.

Our differences bring us together in ways that help CFLCA stand out. Our inclusiveness empowers all of us to connect, belong and grow in Fort Lauderdale.

March 2021