Hillsboro Beach is a small South Florida beach community located in Broward County on the East Coast of Florida, just North of Lighthouse Point and South of Deerfield Beach. Hillsboro Beach is situated on a small peninsula connected at the North end to South Deerflield Beach and accessed by a bridge over the Hillsboro Inlet on the South end. A1A is the only main road in Hillsboro Beach, known as the Hillsboro Mile.
The town's namesake is the Earl of Hillsborough, who received large land grants from the King of England. Florida came under the flag of the United States by purchase from Spain in 1819. In the early days of the town A1A was a mere stretch of sandy road with a few beach cottages. Today, during peak winter months there are 3,000 residents. Year round there are approximately 1,500 registered voters. Read more about the History of Hillsboro Beach.
The Hillsboro Beach Town Hall is located at 1210 Hillsboro Mile, Hillsboro Beach, FL 33062.