What's Happening in Hallandale Beach....

Please take a moment to view all the updates and events taking place in Hallandale Beach. Participate, join us and come out to meet your neighbors and City staff. We want you to stay connected and informed!


COHB Commission Makes New Elected Official Appointments

On Wednesday night the City of Hallandale Beach City Commission held a special meeting to discuss the filling of the vacancy of the Mayoral Seat. The City Charter provides for the temporary appointment of a Mayor by the City Commission if the seat is vacant for less than 12 months prior to the next scheduled General Election. To read more about the appointments made by the City Commission click here: http://bit.ly/2o4ly1x

City Hall will be closed

City Hall will be Closed
February, 19th for President's Day

On Monday, February 19th City Hall will be closed in
observance of President's Day. Our daily operational hours,
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. will resume on Tuesday, February 20th. 

PAL Antique Show

PAL of Hallandale Beach

2018 Antique Show 

PAL of Hallandale Beach will be hosting their 2018
Antique Show at the Cultural Community Center

410 SE 3rd. Street, Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009 
on Saturday, February 17th from 9:00AM to 5:00PM and Sunday, February 18th from 11:00AM to 4:00PM. The admission fee for both days is $2.00. Receive $1.00 off Admission when you present a coupon, ad, card, or email advertising the show. The show will feature over 35 vendors of antiques and collectibles!  AnProfessional Appraiser will also be On-Site on Saturday Feb.18th from 10am-2pm. The appraisal fee is $3.00 per item.  For more info call: (954) 296-0156.

We're hiring

Job Openings Available 

There are numerous job opportunities that are available at the City of Hallandale Beach. Visit the link below to find the COHB Career that is right for you! 


Joining us

Thank You All for Coming!

Residents, AARP Representatives, and City Staff met on Thursday, February 8th to
discuss the future of COHB as an age-friendly community. We enjoyed hearing
feedback from our residents and we'd like to thank you for your participation in this event! 

Check out the pics: http://bit.ly/2F3E9lu

 City of Hallandale Beach Age-Friendly Initiative

We Want You to Age Well in
Hallandale Beach!

The City of Hallandale Beach Age-Friendly Initiative is leading a survey to get your feedback on how to make the City a great place to live, work, learn, play and retire for people of all ages, abilities and financial levels. The

survey can be taken on your Smart Phone or Computer.  We really appreciate you taking a few minutes to answer these questions! Also, please feel free to share this link with your friends who live in Hallandale Beach. To take the survey click here: http://bit.ly/2BYIzXr
Telephone TownHall Meeting

Telephone TownHall Meeting

The City of Hallandale Beach reached a new milestone in constituent engagement by connecting more 1037
Hallandale Beach residents in its first ever Telephone Town Hall Meeting. The interactive technology called more than 5,600 registered Hallandale Beach phone numbers and connected the residents with the live
session hosted by City Manager Roger Carlton Monday evening at 7PM. All in all, Hallandale Beach residents were connected with the City Manager for 10,325 total listening minutes.
To view the media release click here: 


HB Ocean Rescue Issues Precautions for Beach Goers

Purple caution flags are currently posted on the shores of Hallandale Beach indicating the presence of dangerous marine life. The Portuguese Man-Of-War have recently been sighted in the water and on the beaches along the East Coast of Florida. Their beautiful colors often attract people for a closer look but beach goers are warned to not approach these creatures on the sand or in the water, as the tentacles may deliver a very painful sting to individuals. Beach goers are also warned to not attempt to remove the tentacles with bare hands. If stung, individuals should go to one of the four lifeguard towers for treatment. Click here to view the media release: http://bit.ly/2CkCfKm

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