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Charlie's Auto Glass Pompano: 

Lauderdale Lakes Service Area

Lauderdale Lakes

Charlie’s Auto Glass Pompano is proud to offer services in Lauderdale Lakes and other surrounding areas, including but not limited to Boyton Beach, Delray Beach, Boca Raton, and more.  Charlie's Auto Glass Pompano is the #1 choice for the best auto glass repair, replacement and window services in the area. Just check out our Google reviews. 


We provide top-notch service to our clients. With over 60 years of proven success and experience in the auto glass repair industry we are the experts.  We can also accommodate your requests to perform repairs or replacements wherever you are within our service area.  Click here to request a free quote.  Whether you're looking for an auto glass repair company in Boca Raton, Pompano Beach, Plantation or Fort Lauderdale don’t look any further Charlie’s Auto Glass Pompano has got you covered.

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The City of Lauderdale Lakes was incorporated on June 22, 1961. The City comprises an area of approximately four square miles in the “heart” of Broward County, with its center at the crossroads of State Road 7/ US 441 and Oakland Park Boulevard.

At the time of incorporation, there were approximately 300 residents in the area. The physical appearance of the City was vastly different than it is today. State Road 7, then a two-lane undivided road, was the main thoroughfare through the City. The community was basically rural, with most of the land used for farming and grazing. In the early days, the City’s only fire truck was staffed by five volunteers, and the “fire station” was nothing more than a parking lot on State Road 7. The first City Hall was located in a construction trailer on a development site.

Today, with a population of nearly 32,000, the original staff of two has grown to approximately 100 full-time employees and more than 40 part-time employees, augmented by a team of 107 Broward Sheriff’s Office personnel. 

In March 1998, the residents of Lauderdale Lakes voted for a change from a Mayor/City Council to a Mayor/City Commission/City Manager form of government. The new leadership held a strategic planning and visioning session, in which they identified exciting new goals and objectives that are now being implemented.

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