Progress at the Forefront

The City of Hallandale Beach strives to be a leader in sustainability and resiliency initiatives. From our parks and green spaces to our roadways and our water distribution and stormwater systems, we are always working on projects that keep progress at the forefront in our city. 

We have over 40 improvement projects in the works, with several more planned over the next five years. 

The City's Utility Infrastructure includes potable water, reuse water, stormwater, and sewer systems. Our water treatment plant provides 7.1 million gallons of treated drinking water daily. The City's utility infrastructure system includes 81 miles of water transmission and distribution lines, 72 miles of gravity sewer and force mains, 42 miles of stormwater, and 16 lift stations. 

Click here to read the "City of Hallandale Beach Keeps Progress at the Forefront with Introduction of Impressive $320 Million Capital Improvement Plan" news release.

Capital Improvement Project Resources