All City Administrative facilities and Parks and Recreation Community Centers are currently closed and will remain closed on Monday, September 11. Facilities will reopen as conditions permit following the storm.
Hollywood Beach Lifeguard stands have been relocated for safety and the beach is unguarded.
The City of Hollywood owned golf courses, Eco Grande, Hollywood Beach and Orangebrook, are closed and will reopen when conditions permit.
The City of Hollywood owned David Park Tennis Center is closed and will reopen when conditions permit.
The City of Hollywood Marina Office and Fuel Docks are closed.
All city-sponsored or permitted events through September 11th are cancelled. The below list includes these cancellations and other cancellations about which the City has been informed.
Monthly Hollywood beach sweep clean-up - Sept 9
Funtastic Fridays - Sept 8
ArtsPark Movie Night - Sept 8
9/11 5K beach on Hollywood Beach -Sept 10
Art and Culture Center-Hollywood Exhibit Opening- Sept 8
Historical Society Lecture Series - Sept 10
Garbage, Recycling and Commingled Materials Collection now suspended
WastePro, the city's sanitation contractor, collected garbage, recycling and commingled waste based on the normal collection schedule through Thursday, Sept 7 and continued with spot collections on Friday, Sept 8. All collections have now ended. Residents should secure their gray and blue garbage and recycling carts on their property. Residents should secure all loose debris on their property. Keeping these garbage carts and debris from blowing around in the storm is a matter of safety. Securing garbage carts will also help the city to resume service as quickly as possible after the storm passes.