D4 News
Hello friends,

As many of you know, I recently conducted a town hall meeting at Constitution Park focused solely on the City's Code Compliance procedures. It was a standing room only crowd. However, I am concerned that because the Deer Run and Waterford Homes communities do not have homeowner's associations that notice of the meeting was not widely disseminated there. As a result, I will be hosting a pair of Meet-and-Greet sessions on Saturday, July 29th. The first one will be from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in Deer Run at Ada Graham-Johnson Park. The second session will be from 11:00 a.m. until noon in Waterford Homes at Crystal Heights North Park. Code Compliance and BSO will be present to meet the residents and answer questions in an informal setting. If you live in either Deer Run or Waterford Homes, I hope to see you there!

Have a great weekend!

Todd Drosky

What's Happening in Deerfield Beach?

Dive-in Movie - Moana
Come out for a free night under the stars with a Dive-In Movie on Friday, July 14th, at Deerfield Beach Aquatics Center, 501 SE 6th Ave. We will be open for free swim at 7:30  p.m. and the movie, Moana, will begin at sunset. 

Don't Get Buried This Hurricane Season
In the event of a hurricane, the City of Deerfield Beach team hits the ground with all its resources to restore order to the City as quickly as possible. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requires residential gated and private communities to enter into disaster debris removal agreements with the City in order for the City to be able to clear private roads of hurricane debris. 

Meet & Greet Code Compliance and Broward Sheriff's Officers
I will like to invite residents to meet local Code Compliance and Broward Sheriff's Officers on Saturday, July 29, 2017. Staff will be available for an informal question and answer session with representatives from the Code Compliance Division, the Broward Sheriff's Office Community Affairs Team and Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteers.

Changes Ahead for N.E. Focal Point
The City of Deerfield Beach and N.E. Focal Point would like to announce new changes for the organization's Thrift Shop located at 301 N.W. 2nd Avenue in Deerfield Beach. As of September 1, 2017, N.E. Focal Point will no longer be selling gently used merchandise out of the Thrift Shop. 

N.E. Focal Point and Miami Dolphins Service Academy Team Up for Technology Education Camp
The Miami Dolphins Service Academy will be bringing technology education to N.E. Focal Point Senior Center with its free hands-on workshop July 21st, 31st and August 8, 2017. The workshop is from 9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and it is designed to help older adults who grew up in the pre-digital age learn to navigate this wireless world and feel comfortable with technology.

N.E. Focal Point Thrift Shop's Sizzling Summer Sale
The N.E. Focal Point Thrift Shop, located at 301 N.W. 2nd Avenue in Deerfield Beach, is excited to announce its final, "Sizzling Summer Sale." This clearance sale begins immediately and everything must go by September 1st. 

New Tennis Programs at Pioneer Park
The City of Deerfield Beach Parks and Recreation Department is proud to roll out several new tennis programs at the Tennis Center at Pioneer Park, 222 NE 2nd Ave. Registrations for the new programs have begun. 

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