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.
** Please take notice on recent changes to Sanitation/Recycling services
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.
Visit cohb.org/green for more information about our Green Initiatives Program
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.