Sustainability & Resiliency

Environmental conditions and natural disasters, including flooding, sea level rise, and hurricanes, can impact homes, businesses, infrastructure, and landscaping. Incorporating resilient principles into design and construction can protect buildings to make them more resistant to environmental conditions and create a strong community. 

The City of Oakland Park is taking steps to adapt and become more resilient to climate change and sea level rise. The City adopted a regional Climate Action Plan in partnership with Wilton Manors and joined the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact to build climate resilience in partnership with communities throughout Southeast Florida. The City also conducted an assessment to review vulnerability to sea level rise

See the helpful resources below to learn more about resilience and what you can do to help make Oakland Park a stronger and more resilient community. 

SLR Projections


About the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Compact

A Guide to Assessing Climate Change Risk

Planning Resilient Infrastructure 

Resilient Design Institute

Ted Talk – Building Resiliency  

Unified Sea Level Rise Projections

Urban Land Institute Resilience Resources 

Contact Us

  1. Molly Ferch
    Environmental Sustainability Coordinator

    Phone: 954-630-4521

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