Emergency Management


UPDATE 6/7/2017 2:00 PM

Continued rain should be expected today with occasional gusty winds and the possibility of tornadoes throughout the day and tonight.  Yesterday’s radar images showed the storm tracking mostly north of Hallandale Beach.  Today's track moved further south this morning and the current storm line places Hallandale Beach in its path.  The band on the northwest corner of the map is coming across the state this afternoon.  This means an increased chance of rain and urban flooding.  All residents and visitors should take caution when driving on the roadways and be aware of their surroundings.  



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Hallandale Beach 2017 Hurricane Forum-English
 Helpful Phone Numbers Phone Number   Alternate Number
 Broward County Hurricane Hotline:  (954) 831-4000 311
 City of Hallandale Beach Hotline (954) 457-1400 N/A 
 FEMA Hotline (800) 342-3557 (800) 413-9900
Emergencies 911
Broward County Hurricane Hotline 311

 City of Hallandale Beach Radio Station      1620 AM
 Government Access Channel Channel 78
 Nearest Storm Shelter (Broward County Administered): Website

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