After 62 years of service, the iconic water tower at Peter Bluesten Park, 501 SE 1st Avenue, will be torn down the week of December 9, 2013. The City retired the 200,000-gallon water tank shortly before Thanksgiving.
Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Cooper is one of seven U.S. Mayors participating in a week-long economic and cultural mission to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The mayors will be in Saudi Arabia from Friday, Dec. 6, through Friday, Dec.... Read more »
Hallandale Beach City Commissioner Anthony Sanders will host a public meeting at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 11, at Foster Park, 609 NW 6th Avenue, to discuss traffic and speeding on Foster Road, as well as mitigation options.... Read more »
The City of Hallandale Beach has declared a six-month Zoning in Progress Moratorium regarding wireless telecommunication towers. Any and all permits relative to wireless telecommunication towers will not be approved... Read more »
The City of Hallandale Beach’s COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP GRANTS PROGRAMS announces the availability of grant funds through its Mid-Year Grant cycle to support programs and services as identified and recommended by the City... Read more »
Starting October 1, 2013, The City of Hallandale Beach will no longer use the Broward County Residential drop-off site, located at 5601 West HBB for disposal of Hazardous Waste.
The City will be accepting Residential... Read more »