City Monitoring Hurricane Elsa
Hurricane Elsa is the first Hurricane of the 2021 season. Elsa has potential to impact Florida as early as Monday, July 5th. There is considerable uncertainly with the extended forecast, so the exact part of Florida is still a major unknown. Almost the entire state of Florida is in the forecast cone from the hurricane center.
The City of Hallandale Beach is monitoring the situation and will continue to do so through the holiday weekend. In an abundance of caution, City crews are preparing for potential rain-flooding, storm surge, and wind hazards.
At this time, residents are reminded to review their emergency plans and ensure hurricane readiness and essential supplies are on hand. Keep an eye on local news and ensure all bulk trash items are removed from swales. Areas around your home should also be clear of debris and loose materials.
Visit Broward County's Hurricane Information Center for resources and information.
Visit the City's Emergency Management Information Pages at:
Get all the most recent official Hurricane Elsa information from the National Hurricane Center.
All City Park facilities including our beaches will remain open until further notice.
Garbage/Sanitation pickup will continue on the regular schedule until further notice.
Bulk pick up scheduled for Monday, July 5th in the Southwest has been postponed until further notice.
All bulk trash items should now be removed from swales throughout the City. Residents are reminded to keep areas clean to minimize clogged drains and projectiles during the storm.
Mini-Bus Shuttle service will remain in normal operation until further notice. However, conditions are being monitored and the buses will stop running when conditions are no longer safe.
Normal City Operations are anticipated to resume on Tuesday, July 6th. We are closed Monday, July 5th in observation of the Independence Day Holiday.