D4 News
Hello friends,

I hope everyone is safe and weathered Hurricane Irma. Our residents did a fantastic job preparing and taking the matter very seriously. While the power is being restored and the debris collected, know that Deerfield Beach truly dodged catastrophe. Our friends and neighbors in the Keys and Southwest Florida, as well as even Orlando and Jacksonville, did not fare as well. We are very fortunate and offer our prayers and support to those in need. Our City Manager and staff have done an outstanding job preparing, responding and recovering from the storm. They have committed countless hours all dedicated to the safety of our residents. In addition, there are numerous heartfelt stories of residents helping residents. Hurricane Irma may have knocked our trees down, but she did not break the indomitable spirit of our residents. Remember, I am a resident just like you and I have never been more proud to call Deerfield Beach home.

Continue to be safe!

Todd Drosky

What's Happening in Deerfield Beach?

BCPS & United Way - Lunch Meals for Students and families
Broward County Public Schools knows many families across our community are still without power and are dealing with the damage left behind by Hurricane Irma. To provide assistance, our District is partnering with the United Way of Broward County to serve our students and families in need with a prepared lunch on Friday, September 15th from noon to 3 pm.

Residents Urged to Use Only Licensed and Insured Contractors
Broward County Building Code Services urges consumers to be cautious and be sure to hire licensed individuals and companies to handle post-hurricane repairs, clean up, tree removal, etc.

Individual FEMA Assistance Now Available
The City of Deerfield Beach will like to notify residents that on September 11th, Broward County was added to the Disaster Declaration list of eligible counties for residents to receive individual FEMA assistance.

Tennis Center Court Resurfacing
The Department of Parks and Recreation would like to notify residents that the Tennis Center located at, 222 NE 2nd Ave. will be temporarily closing the back four courts starting Thursday, September 14th until further notice for court resurfacing. Two courts will remain open through the process.

17th Annual Health and Wellness Expo - October 21st
The Center for Active Aging (formerly N.E. Focal Point) invites the community to the 17th Annual Health & Wellness Expo to be held on Saturday, October 21, 2017 at the Center for Active Aging, 227 N.W. 2ndStreet, Deerfield Beach from 9:00 am - 12:30 pm.
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