The LauderTrail Working Group was created by the Fort Lauderdale City Commission on June 18, 2018 by Resolution 18-118 to develop a seven-mile pedestrian and bicycle trail connecting various local and regional destinations within the City of Fort Lauderdale.
The Working Group was established for a period of two (2) years, commencing August 1, 2018 and is tasked with identifying preferred paths, destinations, amenities, and potential sources of funding for designing and constructing the LauderTrail.
It is comprised of neighbors representing each of the four city districts, one at-large neighbor, one representative from the City of Fort Lauderdale Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, and one representative from the Planning and Zoning Board. City staff providing technical advice to the group include representatives from the Parks and Recreation, Transportation and Mobility, Sustainable Development, and Public Works departments, in addition to representatives from the City of Fort Lauderdale’s Strategic Communications Office.
This website will be updated regularly and information from each meeting will be posted below, including agendas, presentation materials, and summaries. Please note that summaries are not intended to be construed as formal meeting minutes.
- Resolution 18-118 - LauderTrail Working Group
- Broward County Greenways Master Plan
- Fast Forward Fort Lauderdale 2035
- City of Fort Lauderdale Complete Streets Policy
- Connecting The Blocks
- Mockingbird Trail Strategic Plan
- Sunshine Laws
We now post LauderTrail Working Group agendas and minutes online under the City Clerk's Office.