Central Broward comprises the Unincorporated areas of central Broward County and is bordered by I-95 on the east, the Florida Turnpike and State Road 7 on the west, NW 19 Street on the north and the New River on the south.
Station 140, located in central Broward, is one of BSO's busiest fire stations, operating an ALS (Advanced Life Support) engine and an ALS rescue unit.
Station 23 is the home of BSO's Hazardous Materials Team which operates a z-Mat ALS engine a special z-Mat truck. Units from this station respond county-wide to hazardous materials incidents. The annual population of this Unincorporated area is approximately 13,600, but the daytime population increases significantly due to the four major thoroughfares, several magnet schools and a variety of businesses. Residential neighborhoods located within the district include Broadview Park, Boulevard Gardens, Franklin Park, Washington Park, Roosevelt Gardens.