Weston is a relatively new city in western Broward County, Florida which was incorporated in 1996. It houses a population of over 65,000 people. This fully-planned community is family-friendly with the majority of households having children under age 18 and most households containing a married couple living together. Weston was ranked as the 20th "Biggest Earner" in the country by Money Magazine in 2006. The city was also ranked as the having the largest job growth in Florida and the 18th-largest in the United States. A November 2006 issue of BusinessWeek ranked Weston as one of the "best affordable suburbs" in the country. Teri Arbogast is an experienced real estate agent in Weston who has been in the area for years. If you want to find the best options for Weston real estate, you can contact Teri directly today and browse the listings at the bottom of this page for new Weston properties.
Weston's public schools are handled by Broward County Public Schools. The district runs 6 elementary schools in Weston: Country Isles, Eagle Point, Gator Run, Indian Trace, Everglades and Manatee Bay Elementary. The city's middle schools are Falcon Cove Middle School and Tequesta Trace Middle School. Weston has 1 public high school, Cypress High School. Additionally, students can attend Sagemont Lower School (elementary) or the newer Sagemont Upper School (6-12). There are several other private schools in Weston as well, along with 1 charter school. Weston has a couple options for postsecondary education. Broward Community College has a campus in Weston, as well as American Intercontinental University, with its South Florida Campus. Florida International University is also nearby in Fort Lauderdale.
Local residents find recreational opportunities at the Weston Regional Park, which has the Weston Community Center. Once a month, locals enjoy "Free Movies at the Park," in which recent family-friendly films are shown on an inflatable screen. For active sports, Weston's Parks & Recreation offers youth sports leagues, including baseball, hockey and lacrosse. Also, people can golf at Weston Hills Country Club and play tennis at Weston Tennis Center. There are ample dining and shopping opportunities in Weston, and even more in Fort Lauderdale which is a short drive away. There is a local attraction which keeps alive the history and tradition of Weston: an 800-year-old Tequesta Indian burial mound. Also, religious observance can be practiced at any of 6 churches or 3 synagogues.