What's Happening in Hallandale Beach....

Please take a moment to view all the activities taking place soon.  Participate, join us and come out to get to meet your neighbors and City staff.  We want to stay connected and keep you informed.  

Ground Breaking

Bluesten Park Renovation Ground breaking event

We invite you to attend our Bluesten Park ground breaking event tomorrow, Saturday October 27 at 10AM. This is a rain or shine event.  Billy the Marlin will be there and PAL will also be hosting a baseball skills challenge from 11 AM- 1 PM for ages 7-14 (weather permitting).  For Event details, please visit: http://bit.ly/2zUu1Z4


Halloween Festival at OB Johnson Park

Come out and enjoy our Halloween Festival! It is at a new location, this year the Festival will be held at OB Johnson Park, 1000 NW 8th Ave. There will be games, music, entertainment, refreshments, candy, and more. Don't forget to dress up because there will be a costume contest for all ages starting at 7 PM! For more information visit: http://bit.ly/2lmLoi3

Trick or Treat Safety

Many children will be trick or treating on Tuesday.  Here are a few words from Police Chief Quinones for Safety.  Adults, please consider these safety tips with children to help ensure a safe celebration.  Video Link here: http://bit.ly/2i9Xwyk


Chief of Police
Sealevel Rise

Sustainability Action Plan Community Workshops

Are you interested in helping to create the next five (5) years of sustainability policies and programs in the City? Focus areas include: resource conservation and efficiency, materials (waste) reduction and recycling, land use and transportation, education and outreach, funding and evaluation, resiliency and social justice. Attend one of our 2 community workshops: Saturday Nov 4 at 0930AM in the Cultural Center or Saturday Nov 18 at 0930AM at Foster Park. For more details, visit http://bit.ly/2yReprC

Storm Debris

Hurricane Debris Update

The City has completed the second pass citywide for vegetation debris. Please separate vegetation debris from bulk waste material.  Hurricane debris collection will end Tuesday October 31, 2017 and normal scheduled pickup will resume on Thursday November 2, 2017.  For more information on debris schedule and details of pickup, visit: http://cohb.org/1183/KeepHBClean  or  contact 954-457-1616


Hurricane Recovery: How did we do?

As we close the recovery and clean up effort for Hurricane Irma related events, we would like to have your feedback.  Please take a moment to provide us your feedback on our recovery efforts.  This helps our staff understand what opportunities exist for continuous improvement.  Survey will be available until Nov 30th.  Your feedback counts.  Link to survey here:  http://bit.ly/2hh9UwS

Have an issue?  Report it the easy way...

If you see an issue, please use the myHBeach app to report it.  This app routes concerns to the appropriate staff in a timely manner.  You are also able to view updates from your concern, from the convenience of your mobile smart phone.  The app is available via apple app store for iphone or google play for android devices. 

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