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Annual Community Garage Sale

The city’s annual community garage sale is set for September 20th! Vendor Spaces are now available for the Trash to Treasure Garage Sale, to be held at Mullins Park on Saturday, September 20 from 7:30 to 11 a.m. This popular event offers a great opportunity to buy or sell household and other items. Registration cost is $25 until August 24, $35 per space from August 25 thru September 7, or $45 thereafter. Spaces are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. An additional $30-per-space deposit is required and will be returned after the event if the space is clean. The additional deposit must be made by separate check. There will be no refunds for any fees if a vendor cancels their space after payment. For more information, call 954-345-2119 or register at the Coral Springs Gymnasium at 2501 Coral Springs Drive from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.


Whether you’re a vendor or a buyer looking for some great trash to treasure items, we hope to see you there! You never know what you may find at a garage sale!

If you are asking yourself the reasons why would you choose Coral Springs over other communities as the place to live in, check out the list below then you decide why Coral Springs is the Best City for you.



To the residents of Coral Springs, it is a special palce to call home. What makes Coral Springs special is getting what you need in a short period of time. Want to test your luck? There is the Deerfield Beach, just on the out skirts of town in Coconut Creek. Looking for that Bronze look, Deerfield Beach or Sun Life stadium is a short drive to the ocean.



If you are a football fan, the turnpike provides quick access to the Sun Life stadium where the Dolphins play. Closer to home in Coral Springs the Panthers (Hockey team) practices at Saveology Iceplex. Locally there is one park within one mile of every neighborhood for your enjoyment.


Shopping is at the Coral Square Mall and multiple storefront boutiques. Restaurants of all flavors are in abundance and the theater and museum life is near the center of town with the Center for the Arts.

In the city traffic does increases slightly during “season”, that runs from November to April.


Coral Springs is in Broward County, a family-friendly community located 20 miles northwest of Fort Lauderdale. Having earned numerous accolades for safety and an outstanding sense of community, Coral Springs is hailed for its lively neighborhoods, quality schools, a multitude of parks and recreational facilities and, with rigorous codes implemented to help maintain its allure, an aesthetically unique environment. In 2010 CNN Money ranked Coral Springs as the 44th best place to live in the United States.
Come and enjoy the scenic and entertainment value Coral Springs has to offer. To find the best place to live in Coral Springs , contact the GreatFloridaHomes Team.