Sheridan Street Bridge is NOW OPEN!

Sheridan Street Bridge is NOW OPEN!

Sheridan Street Bridge

Sheridan Street Bridge is Renewed & Now Open!

An update from the Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA)

An update from the Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA)

Hollywood Beach

Underground Utilities Phase IV and Streetscape Beautification

Construction of SR A1A Complete Street Project from Hollywood Blvd to Sheridan Street

·    85% of trench excavation for FPL conduit placement on west sidewalk completed.

·    Contractor currently working on the central business district close to Taylor Street

·    Pedestrian Light poles are being installed from Taylor Street to the North.

General Contractor is hosting a monthly Coffee with the crew.

·    Answer questions from business owners and residents.

·    Meet the Subcontractors for any information related to the project.

·    Next coffee with the crew is schedule for September 15th at Giorgio’s Bakery

Phase IV- E/W Streets, Streetends and Surf Road from Harrison Street to Magnolia Terrace

·    Design phase 90% Completed

·    Has been submitted to the City’s Building Department for review

·    CM@risk solicitation released

·    Evaluation committee to meet 9/2022 to rank CM@risk general contractor

Phase IV- SR A1A from Hollywood Boulevard to the Southern City Limits

·    Design phase 50% Completed

·    FDOT Landscape variance is currently under evaluation by FDOT


Full Bridge Closure along SR 822/Sheridan Street over the Intracoastal Waterway will extend until October 26th. ***Now Open***

Full Bridge Closure along SR 822/Sheridan Street over the Intracoastal Waterway will extend until October 26th. ***Now Open***

An update from the Florida Department of Transportation ( FDOT) 
Sheridan Street Bridge

Sheridan Street Bridge

The Sheridan Street Bridge is Renewed & Now Open!

Kind regards,

FDOT Broward Construction
Sheridan Street Bridge

Thank you for your interest in this project and we appreciate your patience as we continue to coordinate with local partners and the contractor to deliver a high-quality facility.
Due to state of emergency declared by Governor DeSantis Sept. 23 regarding Hurricane Ian all operations were suspended, and the full bridge closure period will be extended through Oct. 26, to allow for the completion of the bridge rehabilitation.
The Department is committed to delivering a safe and successful project to the community as quickly and safely as possible.
Again, we appreciate your understanding and patience.
To view the updated Detour Flyer Please Click Here.
Kind regards,

FDOT Broward Construction

Full Bridge Closure along SR 822/Sheridan Street over the Intracoastal Waterway to Begin Monday, June 13

The SR 822/Sheridan Street Bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway will be fully for closed for approximately 90 days beginning Monday, June 13, weather and unforeseen conditions permitting. Eastbound traffic will be detoured via US-1, Hollywood Boulevard, or Dania Beach Boulevard. Westbound traffic will be detoured via SR A1A, Hollywood Boulevard, or Dania Beach Boulevard. Access to local traffic and the Anne Kolb Nature Center will be maintained at all times via eastbound SR 822/ Sheridan Street before the bridge. Project updates will be provided as needed.

Project improvements include installing bicycle-friendly/anti-slip walking plates along the bridge’s moveable spans, removing existing curb and adding a 32-inch traffic barrier between the sidewalk and roadway, removing and replacing the outer pedestrian railing, adding new pedestrian gates in each direction, renovating the existing tender house, upgrading electrical and mechanical components, and access platforms on the bridge.


Tropical Storm Warning in effect for Hollywood

Tropical Storm Warning in effect for Hollywood

The City of Hollywood is under a Tropical Storm Warning

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) continues to monitor the development of a tropical system northeast of the Yucatan Peninsula. The NHC is now forecasting the storm will become Tropical Storm Alex by 1 p.m. on Friday.  South Florida and the Hollywood area are now under a Tropical Storm Warning, which means tropical storm conditions are expected somewhere within the warning area within 36 hours.  The system is moving in a northeasterly direction into the warm waters of the northwestern Caribbean Sea and eventually the Gulf of Mexico.  On the forecast track, the system should move across the southeastern Gulf of Mexico through Friday night, and then move across the southern and central portions of the Florida Peninsula on Saturday.  

Regardless of tropical development, the Hollywood area is under a flood watch advisory and is expected to experience periods of heavy rain and wind gusts today and over the weekend. With ground saturation following recent heavy rains, there is a potential for localized street flooding, particularly in low-lying areas and portions of Hollywood east of US-1 between Pembroke Road and Sheridan Street. Beach erosion is also a possibility. Residents are encouraged to monitor trusted news providers like the National Weather Service Miami and the National Hurricane Center for the latest information. 

Parking Fees Suspended in City-operated Garages
To assist Hollywood residents who live in low-lying areas, from 10:00 a.m. on Friday, June 3 to noon on Sunday, June 5, parking fees will be waived in the four City garages. Hollywood residents can park their personal vehicles in the garages on a first come, first served basis beginning at 10:00 a.m. today.  Proof of Hollywood residency will be required.  No commercial trucks or fleet vehicles will be allowed.  All vehicles must be parked legally in marked spaces, any vehicles parked illegally or blocking other vehicles will be ticketed and could be towed. 

The garages are located here:

Hollywood Beach:

  • Garfield Garage – 300 Connecticut Street
  • Nebraska Garage – 327 Nebraska Street

Downtown Hollywood:

  • Van Buren Garage – 251 S 20th Ave
  • Radius Garage – 251 N 19th Ave

Pumps Deployed and Storm Drains Cleared 
To prepare for the impacts of significant rainfall, the City of Hollywood Public Utilities Department has been working to clear storm drains, check stationary pumps and deploy auxiliary pumps in areas prone to flooding.  Residents who are able can assist by ensuring that storm drains near their homes remain cleared throughout the weekend. 

Flood Safety Tips

  • Call 911 if flood damage to your home has created an emergency situation such as a fire.
  • Motorists should not attempt to drive through flooded areas.
  • Use caution with electrical appliances, electrical cords and outlets if floodwaters have entered your home.  
  • Residents should not go outside or wade in standing flood water, which can contain contaminants. Following a heavy storm, sharp debris and other items from overturned garbage bins could be hidden in the water and cause injury. Standing water also may contain harmful bacteria that could cause infection.  
  • Health officials remind the public to not let children or pets play in flood water. 
  • Residents should prepare to notify their homeowner’s insurance providers if they have experienced flood damage and seek their advice on documenting the damage and drying out your home.  The same applies for contacting your vehicle insurance provider if you find your vehicle has been damaged. 

Sign Up for Alert Hollywood Emergency Notifications
The City of Hollywood has launched a new emergency notification system called Alert Hollywood. Used by many government agencies throughout Florida, Alert Hollywood notifies residents through phone calls, e-mails and/or text messages to mobile phones of an emergency in the community such as a hurricane watch or warning, flash flood warning, tornado warning, serious police situations and other critical incidents. 

SIGN UP for Alert Hollywood – on the registration page, click on the “Sign Up” link located just below the login fields. After you submit your information, you will receive Alert Hollywood notifications whenever an alert is issued. Alerts may be received by phone and/or email address. Severe weather alerts issued by the National Weather Service are automatically issued through the Alert Hollywood system if you elect to receive those notifications.

The Alert Hollywood service is free to the public. Text message fees by your wireless carrier may apply depending on your mobile phone plan.

ALREADY HAVE AN ALERT HOLLYWOOD ACCOUNT? If you already have created an Alert Hollywood account, simply type your username and password in the appropriate fields on the Alert Hollywood registration page and click on the “Sign In” button to log into your account.  

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR HOLLYWOOD CodeRED SUBSCRIBERS: The City of Hollywood no longer uses the CodeRED emergency alert system. If you would like to receive emergency notifications from the City of Hollywood, you must register for the Alert Hollywood service. 

Alert Hollywood is powered by the Everbridge critical event management software platform. 

Stay informed – register for Alert Hollywood today!

SR 822/Sheridan Street Bridge Rehabilitation Project

SR 822/Sheridan Street Bridge Rehabilitation Project

Good afternoon,

Thank you for your interest in the SR 822/Sheridan Street Bridge Rehabilitation Project over the Intracoastal Waterway. At this time, the full closure of the bridge has been postponed due to supply chain issues effecting the deliveries of materials.

The full closure is tentatively scheduled to commence at the end of May 2022. Additional updates will be provided, and we thank you for patience and understanding. Please visit the project page for additional information:

Please feel free to contact me if you have questions or concerns.

Kind regards,
Rebecca Guerrero
Community Outreach Specialist
FDOT Broward Construction
The Corradino Group
954-218-2304 cell
954-940-7605 office


The Turtles are Coming!

The Turtles are Coming!

sea turtle nesting

The Turtles are coming!
The Turtles are coming!

A Message from the City of Hollywood. 

Sea Turtle Nesting Season Begins March 1.
The turtles need our support. Hollywood Beach can serve as an example of a thriving coastal city that also sustains breeding sea turtle populations. Broward County’s monthly turtle lighting surveys show that 25% of light reaching the beach comes from interior lighting. Here’s how you can help keep the beach dark for the turtles: 

• Turn off lights when you leave the room
• Close curtains and blinds after sunset
• Move lights away from windows and patio/balcony doors
• Use fixtures with shades
• Use dimmer switches
• Use low wattage, warm white bulbs
• Tint windows and patio/balcony doors with 15% transmittance or less 

To see what the tinting looks like in action, Sage Beach at 2205 S Surf Rd in Hollywood is an example property that was compliant as of FWC’s final inspection.   

From Broward County :  The official start of sea turtle nesting season in Broward County is March 1. Three species of sea turtles typically nest on Broward’s beaches each season: leatherbacks, loggerheads and green turtles. The Broward County Sea Turtle Conservation Program began monitoring sea turtle nests in 1981. Long-term trends suggest increases in local nesting populations. 

For information on exterior lighting click here: More… 

Hollywood Sustainability Contact:
Elaine Franklin
Environmental Sustainability Coordinator
Office: 954-967-4526 x 5510
Hollywood Beach
CRA invites you to a COMMUNITY MEETING

CRA invites you to a COMMUNITY MEETING

A message from: The Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency ( CRA)

The Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) invites you to a COMMUNITY MEETING to discuss the upcoming Phase IV

“Undergrounding of Overhead Utilities and Streetscape Beautification Project.”

The project consists of the undergrounding of overhead lines and streetscape beautification on the East – West Streets from Harrison Street to Magnolia Terrace from the east side of SR A1A to the Broadwalk

CRA Staff will meet with all residents to discuss the streets configuration and to gather input.

Meeting Dates:

• Harrison to Jackson Street: Monday, Jan. 24 th, 2022 • 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

• Oregon Street to Georgia Street: Tuesday, Jan. 25th, 2022 • 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

• Jefferson Street to Crocus TerraceWednesday, Jan. 26th, 20225 PM to 7:00 PM

• Daffodil Terrace to Hyacinth Terrace: Thursday, Jan 27th, 20225:00 PM to 7:00 PM

All meetings will be held at the Hollywood Beach Culture and Community Center, 1301 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, FL. 33019

If you are unable to attend the meeting for your street, please contact the CRA office at 954-924-2980 and we will arrange separate meetings with you.

Hollywood Beach
Cardboard Boat Race

Cardboard Boat Race

Boat Race

Cardboard Boat Race,
Hollywood Marina,
October 9th

Construction along SR-A1A

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)      A new signalized intersection at Garfield Street

c)       New landscape on sidewalks on both sides of SR A1A and in the medians

d)      New sidewalks with colorful concrete pavers on the west side of SR A1A

e)   New pedestrian lighting on the sidewalks on both sides of SR A1A

We invite you to please participate in several virtual meetings we will be having, or by directly calling our offices.  We would appreciate the opportunity to be able to contact you at frequent intervals during the course of this project and provide updates, get your feedback or any other issues.  In addition, we will have a project website that will be  updated weekly with scheduling and any other pertinent  information.

Currently, we are seeking information regarding your business operations, food/beverage delivery times, trash hauler schedules, and any other operations which could be impacted by the construction of this project.  Our objective is to minimize any disruptions to your business.

We look  forward to partnering with you and the contractor for a successful collaborative partnership during this construction phase.