12/8/19, 8 p.m.: The Broward Sheriff’s Office has been working throughout this weekend investigating several social media posts made on Friday, December 6, 2019 and over this weekend against Cypress Bay High School.

The Broward Sheriff’s Office has a plan in place to address these anonymous posts, to include additional staffing on Monday morning.  Per Captain Butler of the Broward Sheriff’s Office Weston District, “We take all threats seriously and anyone found having transmitted a threat will be prosecuted.”

On Friday night, threats were made involving Falcon Cove Middle School, which resulted in the arrest on Saturday of a 12 year-old middle school student.  

We urge parents to speak to children and teens about the serious nature of threats made on social media, and remind everyone if you SEE something, SAY something.  Always report suspicious activity to law enforcement.

Social Media

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The City of Weston utilizes several social media tools along with electronic communications (eNewsletter/eNotification/CodeRED) to connect with, educate and inform our public efficiently and effectively where people get their information.

Weston Connected is Weston informed! 

We offer information on city events, programs, projects, traffic impacts and information on events or occurrences happening in the moment.  We share educational information to help you prepare for potential emergencies and to keep you aware of all of the great public safety programs we offer all year.    

We invite you to connect with your City - be Weston Connected. 

Click on any of the links above to connect with us. 

The City has two Twitter accounts.  The @CityofWeston account is our account for everyday information, events and activity.  The @WestonFLAlert account is generally used for notifications of an urgent nature only.

Along with our social media we encourage you to register for the City weekly eNewsletter - Newsday Tuesday - to truly be informed on your community.