Living in Chapel Trail

Chapel Trail is a community located in western Pembroke Pines consisting of 3,676 units.  Within the overall community, there are 17 smaller communities (sub-associations) ranging in size from 83 to 500 units.  The first homes were built in the late 1980’s, with build out in the late 1990’s. The Chapel Trail development is comprised of a variety of beautiful residences in all styles, sizes and configurations ranging from 1,200sf to almost 4,000sf.

There are over 100 acres of well landscaped green space throughout the community.  In addition, just north of part of the community is the Chapel Trail Nature Preserve, a 450-acre federally protected wetlands area which was set aside as part of the overall development.  The City of Pembroke Pines oversees this 450-acre passive park that was established in the 1990s. The wetlands have become home to 120 species of birds, deer, marsh rabbits, alligators, snakes, turtles, large mouth bass, and insects. This nature preserve includes a 1,650-foot long boardwalk and a pavilion for observation.

Adjacent to and within the community are city and county facilities:  Rose Price ParkChapel Trail ParkChapel Trail ElementarySilver Trail Middle School and West Broward High School.

About Pembroke Pines

The city of Pembroke Pines is located in Southern Broward County, about 15 miles from downtown Fort Lauderdale, close enough to quickly drive over and enjoy all of the nightlife and action, but away from all of the everyday hustle and bustle. Chapel Trail is convenient to all of the major highways providing an easy commute, and is it about 30 minutes from the beaches.

Pembroke Pines is home to some of the most sought after neighborhoods in all of Broward County. The nearby cities of Ft. Lauderdale, and Miami offer great night life scenes, fantastic shopping at Sawgrass Mills, one of the largest outlet malls in the USA, and miles of white, beautiful beaches, all less than 30 minutes away.

Pines Web Service’s New Development HUB Launched

Pines Web Service’s New Development HUB Launched

The City of Pembroke Pines “Pines Web Service” (PWS) is a convenient, easy to use service tool located on the city’s website to provide residents and businesses access to a variety of City services. PWS can be found at or a link on the homepage of www.ppines. com just below the SEARCH bar and…

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Pines Police Department is Hiring

The Pembroke Pines Police Department is Hiring

Join the Pembroke Pines Police Department The Pembroke Pines Police Department is second to none in maintaining the highest level of professional, caring police service throughout our community, which is why the selection of personnel who represent the City of Pembroke Pines is so important. The Pembroke Pines Police Department offers numerous opportunities for professional…

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Blue Cart Use in Pembroke Pines Resumes

Blue Cart Use in Pembroke Pines Resumes

In response to requests from residents, the City Commission recently amended the Waste Pro agreement to allow residents to use their blue recycling carts for co-mingled solid waste and recyclable debris. Beginning May 1, 2022, for an extra fee of $2.00 per month, which will be billed on the resident’s monthly utility or sanitation invoice,…

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Pembroke Pines New Utility Bill Format

Pembroke Pines has a New Utility Bill Format

If you were set up to receive an emailed bill, you should have received an email with your new Utility Account number and Customer number, and instructions to register for a new online account in the Citizen Self-Service (CSS) Portal. This is required in order to continue to receive your Utility bill in the manner…

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Pines Tree Removal

Removing a Tree in Pembroke Pines / Chapel Trail

A permit is required if you are planning to remove or relocate a tree on your commercial or residential property. To obtain a permit, you must submit a completed Application for Tree Removal or Relocation Application for Tree Removal or Relocation to the City’s Planning and Economic Development Department. It is important to remember, that the submission…

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Pembroke Pines Ends Curbside Recycling

The City of Pembroke Pines has ended its recycling program as of January 1st, 2022. Beginning January 2, 2022, all residential trash and recycling materials collected from single-family residences by Waste Pro will be sent to the Wheelabrator South Broward Waste-to-Energy facility located on SR7/441 where it will be converted into electricity by incineration.  …

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