Beach Renourishment Sand Tilling

Beach Sand Tilling
Monday, April 15 – Friday, April 19 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. As part of the Army Corps of Engineers Beach Renourishment Project, the City of Hollywood Department of Design & Construction Management’s contractor, Continental Heavy Civil Corp (CHC), will be conducting tilling operations on the sandy beach on Monday, April 15th through Friday, April 19th from 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. . Your cooperation is needed; please avoid setting up beach chairs, umbrellas, blankets, personal items, and concessions within the designated work zone areas. Each day, work w...

Johnson Street is Closing Nights from August to December for I-95 Expansion

The FDOT widening of I-95 over Johnson Street begins on Wednesday, August 2nd and is expected to be completed by December 29, 2023. Nighttime construction may require a full closure of Johnson Street. These activities will typically be done Sunday Night through Friday Nights 10pm to 6am, with occasional Saturday Night activities form 10pm to 5:30am. Vehicle traffic will be detoured around the closure via N 26 Ave and N Park Road to Taft Street. FDOT crews will do everything possible to minimize noise from this construction zone.

Statement from Mayor Levy Regarding Shooting Incident on Hollywood Beach.

Hollywood Beach
Beach Investigation Leads to All Suspects Arrested. A Message From : Josh Levy,  Mayor of Hollywood . As you may have been relieved to hear on the news this morning, all five of the South Broward teenagers who were involved in the shooting that occurred on Memorial Day at Hollywood Beach have now been arrested by the Hollywood Police Department.   I want to express my deepest gratitude to the community for assisting law enforcement and showing that we stand united in not tolerating such behavior in our cities and public spaces.  The collaborative response th...

Audrey Joynt 1937-2023

Audrey Joynt
Hollywood Beach lost one of its true champions with the passing of Audrey Joynt in March. A native of Philadelphia, she is survived by her husband, Joe. Also surviving are children, Joanne Kowaluk, Jacqui Rowley and Marty and Brian Joynt as well as 11 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Audrey and Joe met on a moonlight cruise on the Potomac River, a meeting they sailed to 67-years of marriage. Audrey and Joe came to Hollywood in 1975 to help move Audrey's mother. "We were looking to buy a duplex we could share with Audrey's mother," Joe recalled. "We saw an ad, 'Beach Hotel For ...