Meetings and Events
Sun, Feb 23Community Litter Clean-Up in the Northeast Volunteers are welcomed to help pick up litter along NE 14th Ave and Atlantic Shores Blvd. Garbage bags, reusable buckets, biodegradable gloves, and pick-sticks will be provided. Park and meet at Scavo Park. Attendees must wear closed toed shoes and bring their own water. Wearing sun-protective clothing or reef-safe sunscreen is strongly encouraged. In the words of early American Environmentalist, Aldo Leopold: "We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. ...LEARN MORE
Tue, Feb 25Citizens' Government Academy - Session 3 Citizens’ Government Academy is a free, multi-week program to familiarize residents and business owners with the City of Hallandale Beach government. The Program will offer participants with informational seminars that will offer a hands-on activity, speakers, participant discussion, and networking opportunities for participants. To Register: please visit www.cohb.org/governmentacademyLEARN MORE
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Wed, Feb 26Budget Town Hall Meeting at Ingalls Park We invite you to be part of the City's Budget Development Process. Be part of your government, engage. let your feedback be heard.LEARN MORE
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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), will conduct Bus Shelter Improvements in our City and neighboring cities reaching all the way to Fort Lauderdale. Improvements will start along SR 5/US 1 from SE 9 St.(Hallandale Beach) to SE 30 St. (Fort Lauderdale). Read on...
The Florida Department of Transportation ongoing projects and road closures in Hallandale Beach. Read on...
Help Shape the Future of Hallandale Beach and make sure our community receives the resources needed for the next 10 years! Join HB Complete Count Committee to ensure everyone in our community is counted in the Census 2020.
There are currently several active development projects in Hallandale Beach. Some of these projects have already been approved and are under construction; others are still going through the planning process and have not yet been approved, or were recently built. The Current Development Activity List provides the location of these projects and additional information. Read on...
Capital Improvement Element (CIP), is a five-year schedule of Capital Improvements projects that required to be maintained annually. The CIP is intended to act as a guide to delineate the capital projects necessary to meet the overall needs of the City. Read on..
April 1, 2020, is Census Day for the next decennial census; the nation's once-per-decade, constitutionally-mandated count of every American, regardless of their citizenship status. Learn about the Census 2020 – Why it matters and how it can shape our community. Read on...