For more up to date information on the capital / community improvement project (CIP) contact the Town Engineer’s office.
Drainage Inventory– Primary canals such as the C-11 is maintained by the SFWMD; secondary canals by either the Central Broward Water Control District or South Broward Drainage District, and Tertiary drainage by the Town of Southwest Ranches. The Town Engineer’s office maintains a copy of the inventory of this drainage infrastructure in the Town. This inventory is being updated. If you want to view the current data please contact the Town Engineering Department or the respective district.
Fire Wells Inventory – The Town is served with fire protection water wells with a use of a fire pump truck. The fire well is generally six inches in diameter. These fire wells are inspected annually by the Fire Marshal. Hydrant-Wells District 101 Maps.
Streets Inventory – This inventory is being updated. If you want to view the current data please contact the Town Engineering Department.
Traffic Signs Inventory – This inventory is being updated. If you want to view the current data please contact the Town Engineering Department.
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)
The Town of Southwest Ranches is one of the co-applicants/co-permittees on a county-wide NPDES permit, wherein Broward County is the lead permittee. NPDES Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit FL S000016-003.
Construction plan provided in the 2013 annual report is used in inspections of various construction activities in the town.
The Town is currently working jointly with Broward County, Cooper City, and Town of Davie, Florida Department of Transportation in the implementation of “WBID 3279A Fecal Coliform Monitoring Plan, related to North Fork Snake Creek (S-30). This canal is located on the west side of Flamingo Road (SW 124th Avenue).