Nicole 2022


Final Storm Update November 10, 2022 9:00am

Weather conditions in the City of Hallandale Beach continue to improve.  King Tide flooding is possible again today near 11am and 11pm. 

Broward County has declared a local state of Emergency.  Visit Broward County's Hurricane Information Center for resources and information.

The City of Hallandale Beach has declared a local state of Emergency.  City Offices and Facilities will be closed Wednesday, November 9th.

Get all the most recent official Tropical Storm Nicole information from the National Hurricane Center.

Broward County Schools are closed today, Thursday, November 10th.

Current Overview:

Post storm, the City is currently assessing damage, cleaning up, and securing areas where needed.  Any overnight flooding events have receded and all roads are passable.   Storm surge and coastal flood will continue to recede this morning. 

City Services:

Garbage/Sanitation/ Bulk Trash pickup will continue on the regular schedule until further notice.

Mini-Bus Shuttle service will remain in normal operation until further notice.

City offices and facilities including City Hall, all Parks, and City Beaches are closed through Thursday, November 10th. All programming and rentals are cancelled through Thursday, November 10th. Community Centers will reopen Saturday, November 12th.

Due to the Veteran's Day Holiday, City offices are closed Thursday, November 10th and will reopen Monday, November 14th.

King Tide Mitigation:

The effects of Tropical Storm Nicole are expected to coincide with the forecasted King Tides.  The City remains focused on mitigating the impact in flood-prone areas.  City Staff has taken measures such as clearing storm water system catch basins and curb inlets as well as checking pumps and will be staging traffic calming for flood-prone areas.

The high tides forecast for the week are (times are approximate):

Thursday, Nov 10:  11am and 11pm

The public is urged to avoid driving through flooded streets near coastal areas and take all necessary precautions to protect personal property from king tides. Find more information at 

Residents are encouraged to report flooding along with any photos by going to You may view the flooding reports by going to

Community Closures:

View our Before, During and After the Storm Reminders here.