Pompano Beach is located on the southeast coast of Florida within 35 miles of popular resort towns such as Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach and Miami. A semi-tropical climate offers swimmable weather all year long with beaches stretching over three miles along Florida’s coast. Currently undergoing redevelopment to revitalize its beachfront and historic downtown areas, Pompano Beach has recently been listed among the country’s top markets for vacation homes and real estate.
The Tri-Rail commuter line links Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach with service to Pompano Beach and many other towns along a 70-mile rail system. Passengers can easily make connections to the Metrorail system and Amtrak stations as well to travel more of Florida State. Broward County Transit provides public transportation with a network of bus routes throughout the city and to neighboring towns. With a majority of the city’s streets on a grid, navigating Pompano Beach by vehicle is a snap! Interstate highway 95 runs through this small town as well, connecting visitors to the rest of the Miami Metropolitan Area.