The Pegasus World Cup 2020

On Saturday, January 25, 2020, Gulfstream Park will host the Pegasus World Cup, which is the world's richest thoroughbred horse race. A crowd of 15,000 to 20,000 is expected to attend between the hours of 9:30 am and 7:30 pm. The first race is scheduled to begin at 11:30 am and the last race is expected to begin at 6:00 pm. Heavy traffic delays are expected during incoming traffic (10 am and 1 pm) as well as the outgoing traffic (5:30 pm and 7:30 pm). Visitors and residents of Hallandale Beach are encouraged to seek alternate routes to avoid traffic congestion. 

Alternative Routes?

The map below displays routes that will be suggested to attendees to use to reach the Gulfstream Park. Both Hallandale Beach Blvd and Ives Dairy Road are preferred exits from I-95. Hallandale Beach Blvd will be staffed by police personnel to help guide motorists during the incoming and outgoing traffic. We advise the public to seek alternate routes during these times to avoid congestion.  

alt route

The second map below displays the designated routes in which motorists will be directed to exit Gulfstream Park. At 5 pm, police personnel will begin their preparation for the outgoing traffic which is anticipated to last between 5:45 pm and 7:30 pm. During these times we advise the public to seek alternate routes to avoid traffic congestion.   

alt route 2

  • Vehicles exiting by SE 9 Street will be directed south to Ives Dairy Road and west to I-95.
  • Vehicles exiting by SE 3 Street will be directed north of Hallandale Beach Blvd and west to I-95.
  • Vehicles exiting by NE 10 Avenue will be directed both north and east
-North to Moffett Street and west to I-95
-East toward A1A

clean up

Beach Clean up

Who doesn't like to start the weekend doing a good deed surrounded by beautiful scenery?

This Saturday morning we will join the early birds for a beach clean-up at South City Beach Park from 8-9:30 am. Will you join us? We're happy to sign off on student volunteer hours. 

Volunteers are welcomed to help pick up litter along our beautiful beach. Garbage bags, reusable buckets, biodegradable gloves, and pick-sticks will be provided. 

Park and meet at South City Beach Park. Parking will be free for volunteers for the duration of the event.

Attendees must wear closed toed shoes and bring their own water. Wearing sun-protective clothing or reef-safe sunscreen is strongly encouraged.

This is one clean-up in a series of regular community litter clean-ups, which will rotate to each quadrant of the City. The days of the clean-ups with alternate Saturdays and Sundays to ensure members of the faith-based community may have opportunities to participate. 

standing together for healing

Join us for the launch of 2020 Broward Aware! Protecting OUR Children Campaign and Children's Week with a Fun Walk/Run, Health & Wellness Resource Fair.

The purpose of this event is to avail information and resources that are available for every child in Broward County to become healthy, ready to learn and essentially reach their ability to achieve their full potential, while having fun together.

Date And Time:
Sat, January 25, 2020
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM 

Peter Bluesten Park
501 Southeast 1st Avenue
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009

Parade Picture

Did you see the CoHB float in the MLK Jr Parade?

MLK Jr parade and festival was a success. The City's Parks, Recreation, and Open Spaces Department, Department of Public Work, Police Department, Human Services, and various other departments collaborated to ensure a wonderful annual event.  Pictures to event are available here

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