Broward County sits north of Miami/Dade and south of Palm Beach Counties in sunny southeast Florida. The county seat is the beachfront city of Fort Lauderdale, formerly a spring break Mecca for vacationing college students. Tourists from all around the world come to Broward Countys many beautiful sand beaches. According to 2005 U.S. census estimates, there are 1,777.638 residents living in Broward County.
Broward County offers residents the best of all worlds. It has an excellent public and private school system and is served by fine Universities such the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, Broward Community College, Nova Southeastern University, Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University.
It offers a comprehensive health and medical services infrastructure. In addition, it is a fitness buffs paradise, with a plethora of water and outdoor sports to practice. Residents and visitors alike enjoy walking, jogging, rollerblading or cycling along Beachfront Avenue, surfing, windsurfing, jet skiing, or just soaking in the clear blue Atlantic or just lounging lazily under the hot sun. At night, things really heat up and folks from every lifestyle and background get out on the town for world class dining, dancing and entertainment. Its no wonder so many people dream of one day moving to sun-filled South Florida.