Hallandale Beach, Florida– The City of Hallandale Beach reached a new milestone in constituent engagement by connecting more 1037 Hallandale Beach residents in its first ever Telephone Town Hall Meeting. The interactive technology called more than 5,600 registered Hallandale Beach phone numbers and connected the residents with the live session hosted by City Manager Roger Carlton yesterday evening at 7PM. All in all, Hallandale Beach residents were connected with the City Manager for 10,325 total listening minutes.
The innovative Telephone Town Hall session took questions from 26 constituents and live responses were provided directly from the City Manager during the 74-minute virtual meeting. Topics such as traffic, public safety, neighborhood improvements, sustainability, and Beach re-nourishment were answered. This collaborative session allowed residents to become aware of the various programs and operational efforts being realized by the more than 600+ City staff members. Three surveys were available during the Town Hall that provided instantaneous feedback on topics ranging from preferred transportation methods to most liked communication media.
The City of Hallandale Beach is constantly striving to discover and implement new methods to enhance communications with Hallandale Beach constituents. Due to the success of this effort, City staff will be planning further opportunities to engage in this manner with Hallandale Beach residents. A live recording of the session is available at www.cohb.org/telephonetownhall. Everyone is invited to review the recorded session and become familiar with some of the topics considered during the live session.
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The City of Hallandale Beach is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of the community in a fiscally responsible manner by providing superior services that meet the needs of our community as well as plan for their future needs through continued communication.