Broward County Hoods
Map and tour of Broward County Gangs and Hoods
View a quick breakdown of the streets within the Broward County hoods of South Florida. A section of Florida that sits just north of Miami Dade County, Broward County is home to various hoods in cities like Miramar, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach, Hollywood, and several more scattered throughout the county,
Broward County Hood Key: Brown = Deerfield Beach | Dark Red = Pompano Beach | Blue = Fort Lauderdale | Gold = Hollywood, FL | Black = Miramar
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Hoods in Broward County
Beginning just north of Dade County’s Miami Gardens, the city of Miramar includes multiple hoods, like Fairway, Sunshine, SWAB, Sherman Circle, Newport, and 68Ave, all mostly located in East Miramar, east of Palm Avenue.
One of Broward County’s most historic and notorious neighborhoods is Carver Ranches. Founded by Bahamians, Carver Ranches originally was built during the 1940s, but not properly developed until the 1970s with the basics for the average community.
In one of South Florida’s largest and most popular cities, Hollywood, Florida’s hood areas are mostly within the area of Hallendale, which centered around Foster Road, Liberia, which is one of Broward’s oldest black communities, and Dania Beach’s Modella section.
The Fort Lauderdale hoods includes the historic community of Sistrunk, and a number of other neighborhoods throughout the city, like Sunland, the Manors, Melrose, Riverland, Dillard Park, Washington Park, and Franklin Park. While in the neighboring city of Lauderhill there is Parkway, Larkdale/Westwood, Shallowside, Deepside, and just north is the city of Lauderdale Lakes.
The legendary Broward hoods of Pompano Beach, which helped bred the rapper Kodak Black and football player Lamar Jackson, includes sections by the name of Collier City (Khia City), Golden Acres (GA), KG (Kendall Green), Liberty Park, CB County, and Crosstown (Westside).
Finally, Deerfield Beach, home of rap artist Ace Hood and famous football player Jason Pierre-Paul, has its hoods to sitting between Interstate 95 and Hwy 811 with areas like C-Land, Doom City, Third World, 20Hole, Alwood Homes, and a few more.