The Hallandale Beach Beach Safety Division consists of full and part time lifeguards responsible for ensuring safety throughout the City's municipal beach. Beach Safety personnel are all Open Water Lifeguards certified by the United States Lifesaving Agency (USLA) and are trained to respond to medical emergencies. Our agency is certified by the United States Lifesaving Agency (USLA).
The beach is open 365 days a year. Summer protected hours are 9:45am - 6:00pm March to November. Winter protected hours are 9:45am - 5:00pm November to March.
While our lifeguards strive to keep residents and visitors as safe as possible when something happens, it is better to prevent a dangerous situation in the first place. Below are the USLA’s Top Ten Beach Safety Tips to keep you and your friends and family safe when you visit the beach:
Know before you go: Check current conditions with on duty lifeguards or contact Beach Safety at (954) 362-9198 to receive daily beach conditions.
- Learn to swim
- Swim near a lifeguard
- Swim with a buddy
- Use sunscreen and drink water
- Obey posted signs and flags
- Keep the beach and water clean
- Learn rip current safety
- Enter the water feet first
- Wear a life jacket
Beach Wheelchair Service
The Beach Safety Division is very proud of it’s beach wheelchair program! Residents and visitors with special needs can enjoy our beach with their family and friends. The beach wheelchairs can be used over flat surfaces, sand and even taken into shallow water!
Chairs are available on a first come, first served basis and are available at Towers 1 and 2 between the hours of 9:45 am and 5 pm. Users are required to fill out an application including a waiver, supply an ID and credit card and must have an attendant 18 years of age or over at all times. The policy is available here Beach Wheelchair Service Beach Wheelchair Service Beach Wheelchair Service. For assistance, please contact Beach Safety at (954) 362-9198.
Constant Community Beach Clean Up
Next time you're at South City Beach Park sanitize your hands and grab a bucket at the lifeguard stand to pick up marine debris while you enjoy the beach. Empty the trash into the nearest trash can, return the bucket, and feel good about helping our environment & wildlife.
If you find a Constant Beach Clean Up Bucket, please return it to the closest lifeguard stand.