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City Advisory Boards and Committees

The City has established various Boards and Committees which are advisory to the Commission and carry out specific functions on behalf of the Community. Members are appointed by the City Commission unless otherwise indicated. The Boards and Committees within the City are as follows:  

 Cemetery Committee * Ad Hoc Parking CommitteeBeautification Advisory BoardCharter Review CommitteeCivil Service BoardCode and Permitting Advisory CommitteeCommunity Police Advisory Committee  * Joint Community Partnership Grants Committee  *Education Advisory BoardHBCRA Citizens Advisory Committee  * Historical Preservation BoardHuman Services Advisory BoardMarine Advisory CommitteeParks & Recreation Advisory BoardPlanning & Zoning Board/Local Planning AgencyPolice & Fire Pension BoardPublic Transportation/Flood Mitigation Advisory Board * Unsafe Structures Board



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Ad Hoc Cemetery Committee

Is compromised of 5 members. The Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the City Commission facilitating the development of a comprehensive Cemetery plan including; use, beautification, headstone rehabilitation program, revenue sources and GPS Mapping Project for  the City of Hallandale Beach Cemetery.  For further information, please contact the City Clerk's Office. For further information, contact Staff Liaison, Gary Gibson (Public Works) at ext. 1618.
Currently there are no vacancies for this Committee. 

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Ad Hoc Parking Committee

Is comprised of 7 members. The Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the City Commission facilitating the development of a recommended City-wide parking plan including; specific parking plans for designated areas of the City, evaluation of use of parking structures and long term leasing of locations for parking.  There are currently four (4) vacancies on the Ad Hoc Parking Committee.  The City is accepting applications until filled.  For further information contact Staff Liaison, Steve Parkinson (Director of DPW) at ext. 1611 or Major Miguel Martinez (Police Community Partnerships) at ext. 1490.
Currently there are 4 vacancies for this Committee.

To apply for membership to this committee click here for the application.

For Additional Information contact the City Clerk’s Office.

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Beautification Advisory Board

Is comprised of 7 members and acts in an advisory capacity to the City Commission relative to improved appearance and beautification of the City.
Currently there are no vacancies for this Board.

For Additional Information contact the Staff Liaison: Gary Gibson (Superintendent

Grounds/Landscaping) and Mary Francis Jeannot (Administrative Analyst)  (954) 457-1600

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Charter Review Committee

          

Is comprised of 7 members and 1 alternate. This is an Ad Hoc Committee appointed every eight years by the Commission to review the City Charter. Once appointed, Members serve until a report is rendered to the City Commission. The next Charter Review is scheduled for 2019.

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Civil Service Board

Is comprised of 7 members; 3 elected by Police, Fire and General Employees respectively; 4 members appointed by the City Commission;  serving a 2-year term. This Advisory Board adopts regulations and rules of conduct regarding employees and hears cases related to the regulations. Currently there is 1 vacancy for this Board. 

For Additional Information contact the Staff Liaison: Taren Kingley (HR Director)  (954) 457-1345 

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 Code and Permitting Advisory Committee

Is comprised of 7 members. This Committee reviews various City codes and ordinances pertaining to the compliance of properties. They also assist with the presentation of Community improvement programs to the City.
Currently there is 1 vacancy for this Committee. 

For Additional Information contact the Staff Liaison: Kimberly Bruce (Code Compliance Official) (954) 457-1390

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Joint Community Partnership Grants Committee
Is comprised of 5 members, the Mayor/Chair and Vice Mayor/Vice Chair shall each have 1 appointment and of the 3 remaining resident at-large appointments, 2 must reside in the HBCRA area and shall each be appointed by the 3 remaining commissioners. The Joint Community Partnership Grants Committee's purpose shall be to review, recommend, and oversee the Community Partnership Grants Program.  For Additional information contact the Human Services Department at (954) 457-1460.
Currently there are 1 vacancies for this Committee. 


Community Police Advisory Committee
Is comprised of 7 members, one selected by each City Commissioner, one selected by the Police Collective Bargaining Agent, and one selected by the Chief of Police.  The purpose of the Committee is to present suggestions, concerns, and recommendations to the Chief of Police, City Manager, and the City Commission regarding the relationship between the community and the Police Department.  The Community Police Advisory Committee is not an adjudicatory body and is not intended to conduct hearings, issue subpoenas, or make substantive determinations in individual complaints.
Currently there is 1 vacancy for this Committee.

For Additional Information contact Staff Liaison:  Major Miguel A. Martinez (Patrol Division Commander) (954) 457-1490

Education Advisory Board
Is comprised of 8 members and their primary role is to advise the City regarding educational matters and issues of importance to the community. For additional Information contact the Staff Liaison: Jennifer Frastai (City Manager Administrator) (954) 457-1468.
Currently there are no vacancies for this Committee.  

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Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (HBCRA) Citizen's Advisory Committee          

Is comprised of 11 members.  The purpose of the Advisory Committee is to advise the Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Agency on redevelopment strategies to be addressed and implemented in support of the redevelopment area. The functions of the Advisory Committee shall be as follows: to review the Redevelopment Plan from time to time and, when necessary, submit written recommendations to the Community Redevelopment Agency for any changes to the plan; and to make written recommendations to the Community Redevelopment Agency on plan implementation, including developing an annual work program, setting project priorities and developing incentives to further the redevelopment efforts.  Please click here to view  the specific membership requirements.

For Additional Information contact Liaison: Daniel Rosemond (Deputy City Manager/HBCRA Director) (954) 457-1303.
Currently there are 3 vacancies for this Committee.
 
Click Here to Apply!

Historic Preservation Board   

Is comprised of 11 members. This Board serves as the central repository for  the City's historical data; advises the Commission on historical matters and recommends designation, regulation and administration of historical and related resources within the City. For additional Information contact the Staff Liaison: Cathie Schanz (Director of Parks and Recreation) (954) 457-1452
Currently there are no vacancies for this Board.

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Human Services Advisory Board

Is comprised of 10 members and 1 alternate.  They serve in an advisory capacity enacted to plan and coordinate an efficient Community health, welfare and general social services programs.
Currently there are 3 vacancies for this Board.   

For Additional Information contact the Staff Liaison: Marian McCann Colliee (Director, Human Services) (954) 457-1460 

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Marine Advisory Committee

Is comprised of 7 members and advises the City on Marine matters.

For Additional Information contact the Staff Liaison: Sgt. Michel (954) 457-1400
Currently there are 2 vacancies for this Committee.
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Parks & Recreation Advisory Board

Is comprised of 10 members.  The Board acts in an advisory capacity and makes recommendations regarding the operation, acquisition and maintenance of parks and recreational facilities.
Currently there are no vacancies for this Board.  

For additional Information contact the Staff Liaison: Cathie Schanz (Director of Parks and Recreation) (954) 457-1452

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Planning & Zoning Board/Local Planning Agency

Is comprised of 7 members and 1 alternate.  This Board acts in an advisory capacity to the City Commission regarding changes to the zoning code and the land use plan; makes recommendations regarding applications for conditional uses and variances; development review approvals for major development; applications for all plats of subdivision and resubdivisions of land.
Currently there are no vacancies for this Board.


For Additional Information click here or contact the Staff Liaison: Althea Jefferson (Manager, Planning and Zoning) (954) 457-1378

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Police & Fire Pension Board

Is comprised of 5 members; 2 elected by police and/or fire departments, 2 members of the City Commission, and the 5th member is chosen by others for a 2-year term. They oversee the general administration of the Retirement Pension Trust Fund for the City’s Firefighters and Police and our responsible for the Fund's operations.
Currently there are no vacancies for this Board.


For Additional Information contact the Staff Liaison: Radu Dodea (Assistant Personnel Director) (954) 457-1346

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Public Transportation/Flood Mitigation Advisory Board

Is comprised of 7 members with 1 alternate. They serve in an advisory capacity to City Commission regarding: the planning, development and implementation of mass transit and flood prevention programs for the City. (Meets quarterly).
Currently there are 3 vacancies for this Board.


For Additional Information contact the Staff Liaison: Earl King (Deputy Director, Department of Public Work/Utilities and Engineering) (954) 457-1600

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Unsafe Structures Board

(S. FL Bldg. Code, Sec. 202) Is comprised of 9 members selected from specific disciplines: appraiser; architect; attorney; broker; electrical, general and plumbing contractor; engineer and social services. During a term lasting 3 years they hear and determine appeals resulting from actions and decisions of Building Officials.
Currently there is 1 vacancy for this Board. 

For Additional Information contact the Staff Liaison: Building Official (954) 457-1383

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