Update as of 8/2/20 8:30 AM
According to the National Hurricane Center, since Isaias has not shown any signs of re-organizing overnight, the window of opportunity for it to re-strengthen is closing. Hurricane warnings have been lifted for the east coast of Florida, but Tropical Storm Warnings remain in place. City of Hollywood Emergency Management staff and public safety personnel are monitoring the track and development of Tropical Storm Isaias and are assessing any impacts from the storm. Residents are urged to use caution when venturing out even though storm impacts are expected to be minimal.
Parks, Swimming Pools and Recreational Facilities
All youth sports activities and aquatic activities are suspended for Sunday due to Hurricane Isaias. Additionally all parks, including dog parks, are closed.
Sun Shuttle by Circuit Ride Service Suspended
The Sun Shuttle Micro-transit service that provides free rides around Downtown Hollywood and Hollywood Beach remains suspended.
Residents can visit www.hollywoodfl.org/emergency for hurricane information.
Before, during and after a storm important information will be posted on the City’s website at www.hollywoodfl.org, shared via CodeRED Alerts, through NotifyMe “News and Announcements” email and text messages and on the City’s social media sites, Facebook and Twitter. Receive the latest emergency updates and information by signing up today. Please bookmark, follow, like and subscribe to the City’s various information sources to be in the know.
Please stay tuned to radio and television broadcasts for further details of the storm movement and potential impacts to our area.
All state-supported drive-thru and walk-up COVID-19 testing sites are temporarily closed in anticipation of impacts from Hurricane Isaias.
The sites will remain closed until they are safe to reopen, with all sites anticipated to be reopened at the latest by 8 a.m., Wednesday, August 5.
Free COVID-19 testing remains available through local County Health Departments. Please call in advance for testing through County Health Department, contact information for all counties is available here.
Testing site re-openings will be posted on Florida Division of Emergency Management’s social media. The Facebook page is available here and the Twitter page is available here.
While sites are closed, individuals are encouraged to follow all guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the recent Public Health Advisory issued by the Florida Department of Health.
A list of all state-supported testing sites can be found here