§ 100.01 MINIMUM RIGHT-OF-WAY.
   (A)   The City Commission shall not accept any street right-of-way as a public street whether by dedication in a plat or by deed or other instrument unless it complies with the applicable following minimum width unless modified in any overlay district with a corresponding street regulating plan or diagrams for the streets within the overlay district, such as but not necessarily limited to the TO/EOD.
      (1)   The width of a right-of- way of the following streets shall be not less than 60 feet:
         (a)   Business streets;
         (b)   Through streets;
         (c)   Boulevards;
         (d)   Primary streets; and
         (e)   Local, collector, minor arterial and principal arterial streets which are within or abutting a non-residential base zoning district.
      (2)   The width of a right-of- way of the following streets shall be not less than 50 feet:
         (a)   Secondary streets;
         (b)   Residential streets;
         (c)   Local, collector, minor arterial and principal arterial streets which are within or abutting a residential base zoning district and/or residential planned unit development.
      (3)   The right-of-way of all double-lane streets with a parkway in the center shall be not less that 75 feet, including the parkway.
      (4)   The width of all alleys shall be not less than 16 feet.
   (B)   Certain arterial thoroughfares of the city are hereby designated and determined to have a greater width than that listed in section (A) above, and no building or structure shall be erected or located upon any property abutting these streets and avenues closer to the center line of these streets than one-half of the indicated and designated width of these streets. The thoroughfares and the required right-of-way are listed in Table 100.01(B), below, unless modified in any overlay district with a corresponding street regulating plan or diagrams for the streets within the overlay district, such as but not necessarily limited to the TO/EOD.
Table 100.01(B): Arterial Thoroughfares with Required ROW Width
Street Name
Starting Point
Ending Point
Required ROW width in Feet
Table 100.01(B): Arterial Thoroughfares with Required ROW Width
Street Name
Starting Point
Ending Point
Required ROW width in Feet
Andrews Ave.
SW 3rd St. (Racetrack Rd.)
South City Limits
106
Andrews Ave.
SW 3rd St. (Racetrack Rd.)
North City Limits
110
Atlantic Blvd.
Cypress Rd.
SR A1A
110
Atlantic Blvd.
Florida's Turnpike
Cypress Rd.
120
Atlantic Blvd. Extension (NW 31st Ave.)
Atlantic Blvd.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (Hammondville Rd.)
106
Blount Rd.
Copans Rd.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (Hammondville Rd.)
80
Blount Rd.
Copans Rd.
Sample Rd.
84
Copans Rd.
Federal Hwy (US 1)
I-95
106
Copans Rd.
I-95
Florida's Turnpike
110
Cypress Rd.
Atlantic Blvd.
South City Limits
80
Dixie Hwy (State Rd. 811)
South City Limits
North City Limits
80
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (Hammondville Rd.)
Dixie Hwy
NW 27th Ave.
80
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (Hammondville Rd.)
NW 27th Ave.
Florida's Turnpike
106
Federal Hwy (US 1)
South City Limits
North City Limits
Existing widths or 120 feet, whichever is greater
McNab Road (SE 15th St./SW 15th St.)
Federal Hwy (US 1)
SW 7th Ave.
80
McNab Road (SW 15th St.)
Dixie Hwy
SW 31st Ave.
106
NE 2nd Ave.
Atlantic Blvd.
NE 3rd St.
Existing widths or 60 feet, whichever is greater
NE 3rd Ave.
Copans Rd.
Sample Rd.
80
NE 10th St.
Dixie Hwy
Federal Hwy (US 1)
106
NE 11th Ave.
Atlantic Blvd.
NE 10th St.
Existing widths or 60 feet, whichever is greater
NE 14th St.
Federal Hwy (US 1)
SR A1A
100
NE 23rd Ave.
NE 14th St.
NE 24th St.
Existing widths or 60 feet, whichever is greater
NE 26th Ave. (Harbor Dr.)
Atlantic Blvd.
NE 14th St.
Existing widths or 70 feet, whichever is greater
NW 6th Ave. (Blanche Ely Ave.)
Atlantic Blvd.
NW 15th St.
60
NW 15th St.
I-95
Dixie Hwy (SR 811)
60
NW 15th St.
Powerline Rd.
I-95
80
NW 27th St.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (Hammondville Rd.)
Atlantic Blvd.
Existing widths or 50 feet, whichever is greater
Powerline Rd.
Sample Rd.
McNab Rd.
144
Sample Rd.
I-95
Federal Hwv (US 1)
120
Sample Rd.
Florida's Turnpike
I-95
200
SE 11th Ave.
Pompano Canal
Atlantic Blvd.
70
State Road A1A (Ocean Blvd.)
Terra Mar Dr.
North City Limits
80
State Road A1A (Ocean Blvd.)
Terra Mar Dr
South City Limits
106
SW 3rd St. (Racetrack Rd./John Knox Blvd.)
I-95
Cypress Rd.
110
SW 3rd St. (Racetrack Rd./Pompano Park Place)
Powerline Rd. (Pompano Parkway)
I-95
106
SW 46th Ave.
McNab Rd.
Florida's Turnpike
106
 
   (C)   Property owners required to dedicate required right-of-way in accordance with Zoning Code § 155.5704 shall only be required to dedicate half of the applicable right-of-way width to the center line of the street.
   (D)   Where city or CRA real property, in whole or in part, is needed in order to comply with the minimum right-of-way widths described in this section or to accomplish public purposes within this chapter, the City Manager may, with the concurrence of the City Engineer and, in the instance involving CRA property, the concurrence of the CRA Executive Director, reclassify such city or CRA property as city rights-of-way or easements and shall prepare a survey showing the right-of-way or easement. The survey and transmittal, in a form approved by the City Attorney, shall be forwarded to the Broward County Records Division for recording.
   (E)   Where real property owned by Broward County, or other governmental agency, in whole or in part, is needed in order to comply with the minimum right-of-way widths described in this section or to accomplish public purposes within this chapter, the City Manager or his designee, with the concurrence of the City Engineer, shall have the authority to approve and accept conveyance of the real property.
(‘58 Code, § 44.02) (Ord. 456, passed; Am. Ord. 532, passed - - ; Am. Ord. 2015-37, passed 3-24- 15; Am. Ord. 2018-40, passed 2-27-18; Am. Ord. 2019-110, passed 9-24-19; Am. Ord. 2020- 69, passed 9-22-20)