Silverlakes is the perfect place to call home. Whether you’re looking for a lush park or tree-lined streets, this diverse community has it all. Silverlakes is a community in Pembroke Pines, Florida and they are dedicated to preserving the natural resources here. 

It was established in 1990 and it has preserved natural resources to ensure that wildlife can thrive here as well as preserve the environment for future generations. The neighborhood’s goal is not only about protecting their homes but also creating an environment where people will want to live with one another so they have friends around them all day long.

Residents of SilverLakes Community Association are responsible for the maintenance of all palm and shade trees on the property. Without the Modifications Committee’s permission, no changes or additions to a lot’s front landscaping, rear and side landscaping will be made.

There must always be a (3) three-palm tree, single trunk clustering on the same variety in the front elevation of each home, with the exception of Misty Bay, Misty Harbor, and Bermuda Village.

The following trees are recommended for residents yards as per details taken on December 2021:


Sabal Palm

Solitaire Palm

Sylvester Palm

Veitchia Palm

Alexander Palm

Royal Palm



Pink Tab Tree 

Silver Buttonwood

Clusia Rosea

Crepe Myrtle 

Green Buttonwood


Gumbo Limbo 

Live Oak 

Bald Cypress 

Brazilian Beatyleaf



It is best to consult an arborist before making any changes to your yard. They can suggest based on the amount of sunlight, soil quality, and root system. You don’t want to end up with dead leaves in your yard. There are many local arborists that can be found by searching online if you’re not sure where to go. It is also best to inform the Silverlakes admin of your plan to avoid inconvenience later on.

When looking for an arborist make sure they have a background in working with palms and trees. They should also have the knowledge on how to properly trim them so they don’t lose their natural beauty.

Silverlakes wants to make sure that the environment will be able to exist long into the future, so they ask residents to participate in maintaining it clear and green.

As a result of the State Fire Code’s application, the SilverLakes Community Association is required to enforce no street parking regulations in order to avoid sizable penalties.

Overflow parking is available in some of SilverLakes Communities. Overflow parking spaces are meant to offer residents and their guests short-term parking choices while also providing room for cars that must be removed from the road.

SilverLakes is one of the most popular and well-known communities in Broward County. It consists of superbly sustained lakes and wetlands parks. It is considered to be one of Broward County’s premier communities.

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