Beach lies on a small peninsula north of
Pompano Beach. It
extends 3.2 miles from the Hillsboro Inlet on the south to
Deerfield Beach on
the north and is encompassed by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the
Intracoastal Waterway on the west. A narrow little place, its
greatest width is only about 900 feet. Hillsboro Beach is also
home to the “Hillsboro” with its large mansions that sit upon the sand.
Hillsboro has changed over the years. In 1973 there were 747
voters in the town, and the winter population was approximately 1,800.
Today there are over 1,500 voters in Hillsboro with a winter population
of over 3,000.
Hillsboro Beach retains its calm and relaxed atmosphere, and has a
unique governing system, with five commissioners who manage the
community for its residents.
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