D4 News
Hello friends,

I want to thank everyone for their continued patience while the hurricane debris is collected. The estimate of debris caused by the storm now exceeds 150,000 cubic yards. That is equal to almost 50,000 pounds. In a normal scenario, it would take the City 27 months to pick up that much debris. The City Commission took decisive action this week that ensures FEMA trucks will remain in the City to collect our debris. We are looking at mere weeks, not months, that a "first pass" through the city will be accomplished. Considering that some cities have still not started to collect their debris, we are very fortunate here in Deerfield Beach. Our staff has been working tirelessly to implement the most efficient clean-up plan possible. Again, thank you for your patience.

Have a good weekend.

Todd Drosky

What's Happening in Deerfield Beach?

Disaster Food Assistance for Eligible Deerfield Beach Residents
From October 11, 2017 through October 15, 2017 (7AM - 7PM) the State of Florida will be issuing Food Stamps (ATM Cards) for eligible families who have been impacted by Hurricane Irma. These ATM cards will be distributed at three Broward County locations, including Quiet Waters Park.


Operation Blue Roof has Arrived for Broward County Residents

An application center has been set up in Fort Lauderdale for Broward County residents and businesses to apply for free blue tarps to protect exposed areas of homes and buildings from the elements following Hurricane Irma. It is located at a Walmart Supercenter, 2500 W. Broward Blvd, and is open from 8AM - 6PM.

32nd Annual Coastal Cleanup - Rescheduled to October 7th

The Coastal Cleanup for Broward County has been rescheduled to Saturday, October 7th from 9AM - 12PM. The cleanup was postponed due to Hurricane Irma recovery efforts.

Don't Forget to Register for the Dunn's Run

The City of Deerfield Beach is excited once again to announce its partnership with the 21st Annual Dunn's Run benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County. The run/walk will take place on Sunday, October 1st at 7:30AM at the Main Beach Parking Lot, 149 SE 21st Ave. 

District Four Saturday Office Hours - October 7th

I am happy to introduce Saturday office hours, October 7th, 2017 at City Hall located at 150 Second Ave., Deerfield Beach. I will be available to meet with constituents on an appointment basis, between the hours of 10AM - noon. 

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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