Fort Lauderdale’s overall economy is evolving to include new sustainable industries, technology, conventions and expanded services, requiring the young professionals bringing new skills and older professionals providing strategic and management skills. A dynamic nighttime economy with vibrant social experience is the priority amenity many of these people seek. As a metropolitan city that is experiencing significant growth and influx of population, the City of Fort Lauderdale has been working hard to maintain not only levels of service, but levels of safety in its nighttime economy.
Fort Lauderdale offers a wide array of social options in the form of dining, entertainment and special events. Among the many entertainment options to choose from are music, film, live entertainment, indoor and outdoor concerts, sporting events, boating and other water entertainment, street art festivals, museums, and holiday events.
The Nightime Economy division (NITE) of the City Manager's Office provides quality services to neighbors and businesses as the nighttime economy within the City continues to grow. The division works to promote social order, safety, and enhanced service provisions for all those who work, play and live after 5 pm and on weekends.
The Nighttime Economy division serves as a liaison to city, county, and state agencies; hospitality and business organizations; educational and cultural institutions; and neighborhoods.
Nighttime Economy Areas of Responsibility
To report nightlife or non-emergency safety concerns after 5 pm, please call 954-828-8000. For an emergency, call 9-1-1.
Nighttime Economy Manager
100 North Andrews Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301