Harbor Inlet is a small enclave of single family homes and condominiums on the southeast side of  A1A and is sandwiched between the seventeenth street causeway bridge and the entrance to Port Everglades.  It is an active community, dog friendly and has a wonderful mix of single family homes, condos and a few townhomes.  Residents enjoy beach access next to the iconic Point of America condominiums as well as views of Lake Mayan.  The Largo Mar Beach resort and spa is also nestled in the neighborhood.  It is very walkable and has wide pedestrian friendly sidewalks throughout. It also has a kindergarten and two churches within its boundaries. Although the waterfront homes enjoy extra wide canals and deep water , there are a few fixed bridges which limit the size of boat

The Harbour Inlet Association was form in December 1960 and has remained an active and hardworking volunteer association. Over the last two years and in conjunction with the City of Fort Lauderdale, this association has managed a $600,000.00 project of improvements which addressed safety, speed, and beautification. Added to the neighborhood were winding sidewalks, decorative street lights and street poles, roundabouts to slow traffic, enhanced landscaping at various corners on the arterial way and bridge columns announcing who we are. A Gatehouse was constructed at our entryway which will be used by the Police Department as a substation. Hundreds of new trees and palms were added throughout the neighborhood, increasing our arbor coverage and maintaining the tropical feel of where we live.