Welcome to HBBA

Members of the Hollywood Beach Business Association are dedicated to making Hollywood Beach a destination where you’ll have fun, relax and want to come back. We want you to enjoy memorable meals at our café tables on the newly renovated Broadwalk while taking in the panoramic view of the beautiful sandy beach, the tropical palm trees and the ever changing ocean. Beach cabana rentals are available on the sand.

You will also find the 2.5 mile Broadwalk a safe place to stroll, jog or just “people watch”. There are shops and restaurants, benches and playgrounds. We have AAA certified hotels, SSL certified small motels, quaint bed & breakfasts and guest houses. You can cruise along the bicycle path or roller blade in designated areas. Bring your own bikes and blades or simply rent them here. There are many activities and festivals scheduled throughout the year. Our historic Bandshell at Johnson Street offers live music to dance under the stars every Wednesday thru Sunday evening at 7p.m. You may even catch “Elvis” who makes periodic stops for his shows that will certainly entertain you.

Come see us!
Dan Serafini, President

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Hollywood Residents Required to wear Face Coverings

The City of Hollywood issued an order effective June 26, 2020 that requires residents to wear face coverings beyond the limits of their residential property. Complete details and certain exceptions are available here: https://www.hollywoodfl.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=810

Penalties for Establishments
that Do Not Comply with Emergency Orders

Effective June 26, 2020

Emergency Order 20-18:Penalties For Non-Compliance

Due to the rising number of positive COVID-19 cases, Broward County has issued Emergency Order 20-18, which outlines penalties for establishments that fail to comply with Emergency Orders mandating sanitization, social distancing, facial coverings and other requirements intended to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. All prior Emergency Orders also remain in effect.

The new Order is effective Friday, June 26, 2020 and states:
Establishments cited for operating in violation of any County Emergency Order shall immediately close for a minimum 24-hour period. They may reopen after 24 hours, provided they 1) conduct a thorough review of applicable Emergency Orders and take all necessary measures to bring the establishment into compliance and 2) submit and receive notice of acceptance of attestation, under penalty of perjury by the owner, general manager, or chief executive officer of the establishment, emailed to the County at Reopening@Broward.org. Once the attestation is received and accepted, the establishment will be inspected by local code enforcement or law enforcement authorities, within five calendar days after reopening, to confirm that the violation has been corrected. Repeat violations will be presumed to be knowing violations and will be subject to stricter penalties, including a fine of up to $15,000.

Residents are strongly encouraged to help with the compliance process by reporting violations to MyBroward.Broward.org. Select “Request for Service,” enter the location of the violation, and select “COVID-19 Business Complaints” as the Type of Issue. You can also call the Broward County Call Center at 311 or 954-831-4000. Both types of reports can be made anonymously.

Emergency Order 20-17:All Businesses Are Required to Post Signs
Broward County Emergency Order 20-17 states that:Restaurants and food establishments are required to post a sign available in EnglishSpanish and Creole. Retail facilities are required to post a sign available in EnglishSpanish and Creole. Signs must be at least 8½” x 11″ in size and printed in color when possible. Signs must be conspicuously posted throughout the establishment and at all entry points. There must be at least one sign in each language throughout the establishment. FAQs on this Emergency Order are available here.

Source: City of Hollywood website