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All Dry Services of Parkland

All Dry Services of Parkland Services

All Dry Services of Parkland

6992 NW 75th St
Parkland Florida 33067
United States

(954) 858-5805

Business Description

All Dry, located in Parkland FL, can help remove odors and water damage. We also offer mold removal, sewage backup and other types of water damage. As an IICRC-certified company, our technicians are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to ensure that you and your business or home is safe during the most stressful and overwhelming time of your life. Property damage can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. Our goal is to provide exceptional customer service and customer support.

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MondayOpen 24 Hours
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About Parkland

Parkland is a suburban city, 42 miles (68 km) northwest of Miami, in northern Broward County, Florida, US. As of the 2020 census, the population of Parkland was 34,670. Parkland is part of the Miami metropolitan area, which was home to 6,166,488 people in 2020.Parkland's zoning laws are designed to protect the "park-like" character of the city. There were no stores or traffic lights in Parkland until the mid-1990s and early 2000s when large neighborhood developments (Heron Bay and Parkland Isles) were built. The city of Parkland has been known since its early days for its assortment of park spaces and its emphasis on environmental preservation and equestrianism, so beloved, that over the first decade of Parkland's existence horses had outnumbered the town's population. == History == On July 10, 1963 a city charter was passed upon legislative approval after actively supported through the Florida State House of Representatives as House bill 2079, guided through the Florida House with the aid of Representative Emerson Alsworth Esq., from the original idea of a city charter for an unincorporated rural ranch style open spaced town of founder and local farmer, rancher, veteran, and politician Bruce Blount. Early on, Blount put up tracts of his private land, calling his town BBB Ranches, in his original attempts for official recognition. Rep. Alsworth would facilitate this process of approval by adding in the bill the name of the proposed town as Parkland, a description befitting Blount's initial proposal of an undeveloped town out of the way of the building boon of Broward County. And after a passing vote in July, on August 12, 1963, Parkland was officially recognized as a city of the state of Florida, by C. Farris Bryant, the Governor of Florida. Blount would go on to be the inaugural mayor of Parkland, previously having served as mayor and city commissioner of Pompano Beach.On February 14, 2018 at the site of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the lone public high school in Parkland, became the scene of a deadly mass shooting perpetrated by Nikolas Cruz a former classmate of the school.

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