TROPICAL STORM WARNING AND FLOOD WATCH STILL IN EFFECT
Hurricane Ian remains a strong Category 4 storm. Hallandale Beach remains under a Tropical Storm Warning and Flood Watch with periods of heavy rain expected. Residents and visitors are urged to remain vigilant as we may experience strong wind gusts and heavy rain to continue through tomorrow. The City continues to monitor and mitigate impacts from Hurricane Ian.
Even though we are not in the forecast cone, all tropical threats are still possible for our area including damaging wind, storm surge and heavy rainfall. South Florida has experienced several tornado touch downs overnight. Compound flooding remains a possibility as we are also expecting King Tide over the next few days as well. Based on the rain and King Tides, we can expect there will be some flooding throughout the City.
Due to localized flooding, City Parks have been closed for the safety of our park users. City Park staff will be assessing storm impact and opening outdoor parks as it is safe to do so. Indoor park facilities will resume regular schedules on Friday, September 30th.
Parks, PAL and Human Services programs and activities are cancelled through Thursday.
The Foster Park Time Capsule opening, scheduled for Thursday, is postponed until further notice.
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.
Code Compliance services will not be available until normal operations resume. Please call 911 for any Code emergencies
For more information visit www.coHB.org/Ian