D4 News
Hello friends,

I want to thank everyone for their patience as we clean up from Hurricane Irma. The storm caused a conservative 100,000 cubic yards of tree debris that needs to be collected. That equates to just under 33 million pounds of debris. To put it into further perspective, the storm, in less than two days, created bulk waste the City normally collects in a year and a half. The pick-up operation is running very efficiently thanks to the dedicated city employees who are working tirelessly to get the job done.

As we return to normal business operations, I would like to announce that my next Saturday office hours will be October 7th from 10:00am until noon at City Hall. You can schedule an appointment by calling the City Manager's Office at (954) 480-4263.

Have a safe weekend!

Todd Drosky

What's Happening in Deerfield Beach?

Hurricane Debris Removal Update
The City continues its storm debris collection activities city wide and to date have collected 950.72 tons, 1,901,440 pounds, of hurricane debris. It is estimated that the amount of debris is more than what is normally collected in bulk pickup throughout the City in one and one-half years of service. 

South Beach Bathrooms - Temporarily Closed
The Department of Parks and Recreation would like to notify residents that the bathrooms located at the south end of the beach will be temporarily closed for maintenance beginning September 21st. The maintenance is scheduled to take two weeks, weather permitting.

Maintaining Trees afer a Storm
Strong winds and rainfall as a result of Hurricane Irma has left many residents and businesses with trees that are severely damaged or at high risk. Please find some helpful information provided here to ensure the lawful removal of trees is efficiently performed with health and safety in mind.

City Team to Participate in Dunn's Run 2017
The City of Deerfield Beach is excited to announce that 90 walkers and runners have joined the city team to participate in the Dunn's Run on Sunday, October 1, 2017, which benefits the Jim & Jan Moran Boys & Girls Club of Deerfield Beach. The race begins at 7:30am just south of the Main Beach Parking Lot located at Ocean Way and SE 2nd Street.

Sullivan Park Rental Reservations
The Department of Parks and Recreation would like to notify the community that Sullivan Park Rental Reservations are now available in two, four hour block periods, 9am - 1pm and 2pm - 6pm. To reserve your rental please contact the Hillsboro Community Center at 954-571-7550.

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. 2nd Street, Deerfield Beach from 9:00am - 12:30pm.

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