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About Pembroke Pines
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Though the City of Pembroke Pines is the 10th largest of Florida’s 400+ municipalities, its friendly small-town feel is why so many call it home. Pembroke Pines is conveniently located in southwest Broward County with easy accessibility to primary highways and interstates, key employment centers, entertainment venues, parks, golf courses, restaurants and retail/commercial destinations.

Named “one of the best cities to live in America,” Pembroke Pines is home to over 160,000 residents. Its 28 superior parks and lush landscaping throughout neighborhoods and public places enhance the City’s natural beauty and South Florida charm. The City was named "2014's Best City of Hispanic Entrepreneurs" by WalletHub, and was ranked by Money Magazine as #32 in the top #50 "Best Places to Live 2014" as well as being the only Florida city on that list.

Pembroke Pines, incorporated in 1960, is a safe and desirable community. The recipient of many awards including “All-America City,” Pembroke Pines is known for its commitment to the arts and culture, its outstanding schools, exciting South Florida lifestyle for all ages, cultural diversity, numerous parks and forward thinking in an ever-changing world.

It’s no wonder why thousands of businesses and residents take pride in making Pembroke Pines their home.

History of Pembroke Pines 

Mission:
To provide a quality of life in our community that will foster the desire to live, work and raise a family.




City Hall
10100 Pines Boulevard
Pembroke Pines, FL 33026
Phone: (954) 435-6500

Business Hours:
Monday through Thursday
7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (closed on Fridays)

Directions:
Pembroke Pines City Hall
is at the southwest corner of Palm Avenue and Pines Boulevard.

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