Please be advised that the City has issued a Declaration of State of Emergency and is adhering to the Mandatory Evacuation Order for Zones A and B from Broward County. I am reminding Hallandale Beach constituents that if they choose not to follow the Mandatory Evacuation Order, they are doing so at their own risk.
Below are the latest City operation updates related to preparedness for Hurricane Irma.
- Last stops for bulk trash pickup were completed by the Department of Public Works at noon. We have ceased this operation until further notice.
- Contact numbers for the public are 311 for Broward evacuation and shelter services or 954-457-3060 for the Emergency Operations Center
- To obtain the latest City operations information, the public may visit www.cohb.org/irma or follow our social media channels.
- The beach will close at sunset today, until further notice. No lifeguards will be available, while the beach is closed.
- Police have started working on Alpha/Bravo shift. Up to 60 Police personnel will be available to support.
- The public is being asked to stay away from the roads after sunset Saturday September 9th and remain off the roads until further advised by Emergency Operations staff.
- Public Safety personnel will be unable to perform calls for service once winds sustain 45 mph.
- Residents are urged to contact FPL directly, for power outages, after storm.
We encourage you to monitor the latest storm developments through the local media and follow #HBIrma or #HBEmergency through our social media Facebook and twitter pages for the latest City operation efforts. If you have any questions, please call (954) 457-3060.
Please be safe and take all necessary precautions.
Roger M. Carlton
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