Construction along SR-A1A

Hollywood Beach
Dear All: The Hollywood CRA is preparing to mobilize  the construction of the undergrounding of overhead utilities and streetscape beautification.  The project boundaries are along State Road A1A from Hollywood Blvd. to Sheridan Street. This is the CRA’s completion of the SR A1A Complete Streets project which was partially  completed by the Florida Department of Transportation. We expect to start mobilizing toward the end of this year.    The project includes but is not limited to: a)      Undergrounding of overhead utilities b...
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Restaurant Revitalization Seminar – April 26, 2021

Broward County is offering a seminar on the Restaurant Revitalization Fund which will describe the program and how to apply. If you own a restaurant this may be something for you to consider as this program is designed to help you. The online seminar is on Monday, April 26, 2021. You can see the details below and then click on the link to register. Recipients are not required to repay the funding as long as funds are used for eligible uses no later than March 11, 2023. Click here - https://tinyurl.com/5fwhc8v6
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New Noise Regulations Take Effect May 1st

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Beginning Saturday, May 1st City of Hollywood Code Compliance and the Hollywood Police Department will begin enforcement of the new Noise Ordinance for all residents and businesses in Hollywood. In addition to establishing dBA/dBC levels and other requirements, the new rules will also require Noise Level Detection Devices for businesses with amplified music/entertainment. The devises must be installed by June 1st.To familiarize yourself with what these new rules mean for you and/or your business, please visit the City's website: http://www.hollywoodfl.org/1297/Noise-Ordinance
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Garfield Street Crosswalk

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We petitioned the city to support a pedestrian crossing on A1A at Garfield street.  This is a busy area and we need to offer a safe crossing since the median is gone and there is no refuge for those walking across the road.  The FDOT (Florida Department of Transportation) and the Community Redevelopment Agency created plans and approved a crossing with markings and a signal to make this possible.  We are seeing an uptick in bicycles and foot traffic now that the road improvements are mostly complete and safe crossing zones will improve the circulation in the neighborhood.
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COVID-19 Rules and Regulations

This is a unique summer as many of our businesses are re-opening or operating based on fast changing County and City of Hollywood rules for operating a business in the COVID-19 era.  The HBBA has posted updates on social media and our website HBBAFLA.com as they become available.  Regulations and changes to code are passed by the government with only a few days’ notice.  Businesses have to react and implement even faster or face warnings, fines and even closure.  When the city closed beaches for the 4th of July our customers thought our businesses were closed. We support e...
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Sea Turtle-Friendly Lighting

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Sea Turtle-Friendly LightingStephanie KedzufAugust 6, 2020   1:00pm-2:00pmStephanie works with the Broward County Environmental Planning and Community Resilience Department. Join us this week to learn about best lighting practices for commercial and residential properties to ensure sea turtle conservation!Link: https://nova.zoom.us/j/99227463944 
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Tropical Storm Isaias.

Hurricane Isaias
Tropical Storm Watch in Effect The National Hurricane Center's 5PM advisory for Tropical Storm Isaias includes a Tropical Storm Watch in effect for the east coast of Florida from Ocean Reef to Sebastian Inlet. A Tropical Storm Watch means that tropical storm conditions are possible within the watch area, generally within 48 hours. Residents are encouraged to review their emergency plans and make sure they are prepared for the potential of severe weather and possible tropical storm conditions.Residents should monitor this storm and ensure they have a hurricane plan in place and no...
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Broward County now under nightly curfew to battle coronavirus

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Beginning (Friday, July 17th) at 11 p.m., a curfew will be in place from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. daily in Broward. The new restrictions come under an emergency order issued Friday afternoon by County Administrator Bertha Henry. Broward County Mayor Dale Holness said the curfew lasts through Aug. 1, giving the county time to gauge if it helps reduce the spread of the virus. If necessary, Holness said the curfew could be extended if the numbers don’t improve. Broward now joins Miami-Dade County in having a curfew. Palm Beach County doesn’t have one, though it’s requiring all restaurants ...
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Dine-in Service and Serving of Alcohol Prohibited Between 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m.

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Dine-in Service and Serving of Alcohol Prohibited Between 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. Effective 12:01 a.m. on Friday, July 10, 2020, per Broward County Emergency Order 20-21, businesses permitted to serve alcohol for on-site consumption may not do so between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. for on-site consumption.In addition, no establishment that provides on-site dining shall permit on-site dining between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m., and must limit the party size to a maximum of 6 people, or 10 people if all are from the same household. Drive-through, take-out or pick-up ...
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