The City of Hallandale Beach communications provides public access to timely, accurate, and helpful information about the City and its services and provides accessible and meaningful ways to engage with the City.
Our Goals are to COMMUNICATE OPENLY By providing reliable and relevant information consistently, the City establishes a trusted dialogue with the community and empowers the public to more confidently engage; DEMONSTRATE THE VALUE OF CITY SERVICES By promoting City accomplishments, we develop a positive reputation for the City and build community pride, support, and customer satisfaction; BUILD TRUST By providing accurate and timely information, we can build a greater trust and confidence in our City.
The City of Hallandale Beach encourages you to stay in contact and learn more about what is happening within the City of Hallandale Beach through our various communication strategies. Your engagement makes the City of Hallandale Beach a better place. Join the conversation with our multi-channel social media team to learn about what the City does each day, and how you can become part of the discussion. Like us on Facebook or follow us via Twitter.
HBTV is the local government television channel for the City of Hallandale Beach. HBTV provides real-time streaming video of local government programming 24 hours a day. Programming includes live coverage of government meetings, and a wide variety of locally produced program about public services, facilities, employees, officials, and events.
To help keep our community informed, the City of Hallandale Beach regularly distributes Media Releases regarding City activities, events, news, operations and information to the Media for distribution.
Our Media Inquiry Rapid Response Form and Public Information Officer Contact information are Available Here.
City Media Releases are Available Here.
Police Media Releases are Available Here.
Connect with the City of Hallandale Beach on Social Media!
Participants are encouraged to research details of their cell phone contract with regard to the cost of text messaging. Standard text messaging rates may apply if you choose to receive tweets through text messaging on your cell phone.
Like and follow any of our Social Media Accounts for the latest information on the City of Hallandale Beach.
Watch us now on HBTV, Vimeo, YouTube, Facebook, and more. From live Commission meetings to educational videos, the City of Hallandale Beach keeps you informed through timely and informative videos.
The City uses NotifyMe to provide information via email and text on the City’s Meetings, Programs, Agendas, Events and Announcements. Subscribe to our Notify Me system to receive City non-emergency emails and/or text messages.If you would like to update your subscriptions or unsubscribe to any notification list(s), please log into your account HERE.
The City uses Everbridge Mass Notification system to alert residents via text and robo call of critical and emergency situations. Please sign up by clicking HERE RoboCalling Alerts - During Emergencies Only or download the Everbridge Mobile App on your smart phone. The app is designed to work when connectivity is limited.
If you are no longer in the area and would like to be removed from our emergency calling list, please log into your account HERE Version OptionsGet NotificationsHeadlineRoboCalling Alerts - During Emergencies Only and select the Delete My Account button.
More information on Emergency Management is available at www.CoHB.org/EM.
Broward County has their own Emergency Alert Notification System which is separate from the City Hallandale Beach. Use this link if you would like to sigh up to receive information directly from Broward County.
The City of Hallandale Beach operates a low-power, emergency radio station that may be heard city wide during emergencies at AM 1620.