An Update from the Mayor and Commission
Sunday, September 1, 2019 – 6:30 pm
Broward County remains under a tropical storm watch as Hurricane Dorian continues moving slowly over the Bahamas, at a speed of just 5 miles per hour.
City offices and Parks and Recreation facilities will be closed Monday, September 2, and the City’s red bus route will not be in service tomorrow. Garbage collection and bulk pickup are suspended through Tuesday, September 3.
We will continue to provide updates on the City’s website
and on our Citizen hotline: (954) 718-1800. You can also follow us on Facebook
We encourage you to monitor local news and www.nhc.noaa.gov
Here are additional important local updates: Public Schools:
- Broward County Public Schools will be closed through Tuesday, September 3.
- The County’s 311 Emergency Hotline is activated opened and will remain open 24 hours until further notice.
- The County opened three special needs adult shelters and one pediatric special needs shelter and is still accepting applications from special needs residents. To register, call 311 or (954) 831-4000.
- Uber is offering free roundtrip rides, up to $20 each way, to and from state-approved evacuation shelters listed at FloridaDisaster.org/info, or on local county websites. Users will need to open the app, tap “Payment” in the app menu, scroll down to Promotions, tap “Add Promo Code,” enter code DORIANRELIEF then tap “Add.”