Broward County, Florida
| 12.59 km|
| US 441 on the Parkland–Coconut Creek city line|
SR A1A in Deerfield Beach
State Road 810 (SR 810), locally known as Hillsboro Boulevard, is east–west street in Broward County, Florida. The western terminus of SR 810 is an intersection with US 441–SR 7 on the city line between Coconut Creek and Parkland, and the eastern terminus is at an intersection with Ocean Drive (SR A1A) in Deerfield Beach. Within Deerfield Beach, Hillsboro Boulevard forms the axis separating the north and south sections of the street numbering system. The road is within one mile (1.6 km) south of neighboring Palm Beach County throughout its entire route.
Florida State Road 810 Wikipedia
SR 810 begins at the intersection between Hillsboro Boulevard and US 441–SR 7 on the border between Parkland and Coconut Creek, with SR 810 heading east into Coconut Creek. To the west, Hillsboro Boulevard continues west for approximately 1.5 miles (2.4 km) without a state designation to an intersection with CR 827 (Loxahatchee Road). SR 810 proceeds east into Deerfield Beach, which features shopping centers alternating with mobile home parks, with the occasional parkland and golf courses along the highway. It meets I-95 (SR 9) at a partial cloverleaf interchange. SR 810 eventually ends at Ocean Drive (SR A1A) in downtown Deerfield Beach. Hillsboro Boulevard continues one block east of SR A1A as an un-numbered local street for one block, terminating at SE 21st Avenue (which provides parking for the beach).
The entire route is in Broward County.