Flooding information for Hallandale Beach:
To view the 'Hallandale Beach Emergency Management' webpage, click here.
To report flooding in Hallandale Beach to the National Weather Service, Call (305) 229-4528
To report flooding in your neighborhood to the City of Hallandale Beach, Call (954) 457-1616 or report via the MyHB app
For a property protection consultation including site visits and drainage evaluations, Call (954) 457-1386
Flooding information important links:
The National Flood Insurance Program
FEMA's National Flood Hazard Interactive Map
City of Hallandale Beach Flooding Hazard brochure
City of Hallandale Beach Vulnerability and Adaptation Plan
What is the City doing about Flooding?
The City participates in the FEMA Community Rating System.
The City of Hallandale Beach was the first community in Broward County to secure a class 6 CRS rating, which provides a 20% reduction in flood insurance premium rates for properties located within the Special Flood Hazard Area and a 10% reduction for properties outside the Special Flood Hazard Area.
Public Works carries out drainage improvements.
Read more about those Public Works projects and keep up with their progress here HeadlineFlooding information for Hallandale Beach:Flooding information important links:The National Flood Insurance ProgramFEMA's National Flood Hazard Interactive MapFloodSmart.govCity of Hallandale Beach Flooding Hazard brochureCity of Hallandale Beach Vulnerability and Adaptation Plan What is the City doing about Flooding? Public Works carries out drainage improvements. Public Works carries out drainage improvements..
The City is looking to the future to adapt to sea-level rise related flooding.
In 2020 the City Commission adopted the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact's Unified Sea Level Rise projections and committed to designing and building new infrastructure and capital projects to be able to withstand the projected sea-level rise for the project's lifespan. We've installed tidal check valves in the City to minimize tidal flooding during events like King Tides. Additionally, the City carried out a Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan to start adapting our existing infrastructure to future sea-level rise scenarios and is currently seeking grant funding for many of the projects listed within.