This Division also ensures the sanitary collection and disposal of waste-water throughout the City.
This Division also ensures that storm drains are kept clean and oversees the continuous monitoring, sampling, testing and survey work to comply with mandatory Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards set forth by the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) regulations.
Click here for more information about Utilities.
Check out the City's Annual Water Quality Report
Street Maintenance also services the street lights that are owned by the City. To report a streetlight issue please follow this link to the MyHB website or download the App.
If you are reporting an issue pertaining to a traffic sign or a traffic light, the Broward County Traffic Division should be contacted at (954) 484-9600.
All other inquiries should be directed to the Department of Public Works at (954) 457-1600. You may also report your concerns (potholes, street lights out etc) online at the MyHB website or on your phone by downloading the MyHB app.
The goal is to provide customers with convenient, quality services by keeping streets clean, reducing disposal fees, increasing recycling rates and maintaining a competitive rate. Sanitation Services also monitors the performance of private haulers in the City.
Click here for more information about Garbage, Bulk Waste and Yard Waste collection.
Click here for more information about Recycling, including collection information and information about what is recyclable.
This division is also responsible for the maintenance and physical operation of the cemetery.
Click here for more information about the Grounds Maintenance Division in general and also for information about our landscape giveaway program.
Click here for a more in depth introduction to our Green Initiatives Program.
Sustainability Action Planning
The City launched its Sustainability Action Planning process at the end of May 2017! This Sustainability Action Plan (SAP) will lay out every sustainability initiative that the City will implement during the next 5 years. We have hired RS&H, Inc. in order to help develop a project-driven action plan focused on the following areas:
- Resource Conservation and Efficiency
- Materials Minimization and Recycling
- Land Use and Transportation
- Natural Resources and Resiliency
- Education and Outreach
- Funding and Evaluation
If you would like to take a deeper dive into the specifics of the Sustainability Action Plan please follow this link to the project Scope of Work. If you would like to discuss your ideas for the Plan prior to the Community Workshops please call 945-457-1617. We look forwrd to hearing from you!
Resilience Dialogue Program
The City of Hallandale Beach participated in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy's Resilience Dialogues (RDs) program in March 2017. The program was designed to assist communities as they work to understand the impacts of climate variability and change on their region, and also to help identify which tools, information and assistance program are the most relevant for their planning needs.
The Hallandale Beach team was matched with a facilitator and then connected with subject matter experts from all over the Country in order to discuss climate resilience and how to communicate this information to our community. Check out the summary report for the Dialogues!
If you would like to see how sea level rise will impact Hallandale Beach in the coming years visit the NOAA Sea Level Rise Viewer.
The City is planning for a resilient future, so be sure to get involved with the Sustainability Action Planning process and share your ideas.
Public Events and Workshops
We have partnered with the City of Hollywood in order to offer residents of both Cites a quarterly workshop series.
The next Workshop is tentatively scheduled for August 2017. It will focus on Zero Waste and Recycling and offer residents the opportunity to learn and discuss how they can reduce the amount of "stuff" that they use in their every day lives. The workshop will also feature a DIY workshop where residents will learn how to make their own homemade deodorant, dish detergent, foaming hand soap and nut milk. Stay tuned for the date and registration link!
Past Green Initiatives Workshops
May 6, 2017 - Green Fest Water and Energy Conservation Workshops with Dream in Green
January 21, 2017 - Water and Energy Conservation Workshop with Dream in Green
July 23, 2016 and August 20, 2016 - Rain Barrel and Native Plant Workshop
For the past 7 years the City has hosted its annual Green Fest event at City Hall. In 2017, this event will focus upon water/energy education and giveaways. Stay tuned for the date of the event!
The Water Conservation Program includes the Toilet Rebate Program, Water Conservation Device Giveaway, Dual Flush Toilet Retrofit Program and the Water Wise Elementary Education Program.
Click here for more information about our Water Conservation Programs.
Click here to print a Water Conservation Device Application
Click here to apply for a Toilet Rebate online! You can get up to $100 to replace your old toilet/s.
The City also offers the opportunity for you to improve the energy efficiency of your home or business through our PACE program. To learn more about this 100% financing program, click here.
We also offer residents free LED light bulbs and smart power strips. Click here to print an Energy Conservation Device Application
To learn more about climate change and what YOU can do to help our environment, click here.
Be sure to take a look at the sea level rise awareness poles that are installed at various locations on the beach. These poles will give you information about what areas in Hallandale Beach and Broward County are vulnerable to sea level rise. They will also tell you about climate change in general and what you can do to help reduce your environmental impact.
To learn more about our Recycling Program click here.
Green Initiatives Online Newsletter
The quarterly Green Initiatives Newsletter aims to introduce City employees, residents and visitors to the concept of sustainability and hopes to encourage each person to think about how they can reduce their impact on the planet via actions that work for them.
Remember to take the short survey that is located on Page 3 of every Newsletter!
Volume 4 - July-September 2017
Volume 3 - April -June 2017
Volume 2 - January - March 2017
Volume 1 - October - December 2016
Yearly Green Initiatives Program Overview
Click here to see a quick overview of the City's 2015-2016 Green Initiatives and click here to take a look at the Initiatives planned for the 2016-2017 fiscal year!
Flood Protection Information
- The City has been proactive in mitigating flood issues and in disseminating information about flood protection to the residents of the City.
- On November 20, 2006, the City Commission officially authorized the formation of a Floodplain Management Plan Committee to develop a plan, that focuses on the flooding challenges of the Hallandale Beach community. Please click on the following link to view the current updated plan - Floodplain Management and Hazard Mitigation Plan - 5 Year Update. To review the most recent Floodplain Management and Hazard Mitigation Evaluation Report click here.
- The City provides sand bags to its residents when a flood event is imminent.
- Please call (954) 457-1600 or (954) 457-1620 for details.
- The City is actively using the CodeRed System to advise residents of information pertaining to all hazards including flooding. Please click on the CodeRed link below to provide your contact information in order to stay informed of any flooding issues. CodeRed - Community Notification Enrollment
Please call (954) 457-1400 to report flooding in the City.
To read more information about Flood Protection follow these links:
Know your Flood Hazard and Flood Protection Information.
The following are a few links that will provide useful information to residents of the City:
Right-of-Way Permit Review
Engineering reviews permits for work performed in the City's right-of-way to ensure compliance with the City Code of Ordinances, Broward County Codes, Florida Department of Transportation, South Florida Water Management District, State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection and ADA requirements.
Engineering reviews and approves permits from utility companies to work in the City's right-of-way and supervises restoration work of utility companies.
Engineering prepares studies and reports on environmental laws and regulations impacting the City. It prepares and obtains permits required by the Federal and State Environmental Protection Agencies and Broward County’s Department of Natural Resource Protection. It also works with Broward County for the protection and restoration of the City’s beaches.
According to the EPA, the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States. This program was designed to improve the quality of our water throughout the United States.
For more information on Environmental Compliance please click here.
Engineering oversees capital improvements projects that range from drainage projects to historic restoration. To view current projects on an interactive GIS map click here.
To view current and past projects in greater detail, please follow the link to the City's Quarterly Capital Improvement Projects and Development Activity Report
Full cemetery services are offered for residents and non residents, Monday through Saturday. For more information about the cemetery, burial fees and what services are included in cemetery fees please click here.