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  1. Candy Cane Parade on Hollywood Beach

    62nd Annual Candy Cane Parade on the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk

    The 62nd Annual Candy Cane Parade on the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk is taking place on Saturday, December 2, at 7:00 p.m. This year’s parade theme “Gingerbread Jamboree” is sure to bring the sights and scents of the holiday season to Hollywood Beach. Read on...
  2. community planning session

    Station Area Master Plan Community Planning Session

    You're invited to participate in a community planning session on Saturday, December 2nd from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Fred Lippman Multi-Purpose Center, 2030 Polk Street in Hollywood. The interactive workshop will being at 9:00 a.m. Read on...
  3. Shop-Small

    Plan to "Shop Small" in Hollywood on Small Business Saturday, Nov 25th

    Support small businesses in Hollywood this holiday season by making plans to do some of your holiday shopping on Small Business Saturday during the Thanksgiving weekend. Read on...
  4. On-street Metered Parking in Downtown Hollywood

    On-street Metered Parking Returning to Downtown Hollywood

    On-street metered parking set to resume in downtown Hollywood on Monday, December 4, 2017. Learn more about the new parking fee structure and where the 500 Pay-By-Plate metered on-street spaces will be located downtown. Read on...
  5. alley collection resumes

    Regular Alley Collections for Garbage and Recycling Have Resumed

    Regularly scheduled garbage and recycling collections have resumed in alleyways throughout the City for those properties who have alleys. Read on...
  6. FEMA-Public Notice

    Federal Funds Available To Eligible Candidates for Hurricane Irma Damage

    Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funds are available to eligible applicants for repairs or replacement of facilities damaged by Hurricane Irma. Learn more here. Read on...
  7. permit fees waived

    Permit Fees Waived for Storm Repairs

    To help expedite repairs required as a result of damage caused by Hurricane Irma, the City is waiving permit fees for common storm related repairs such as fencing, roofs and A/C replacements for 90 days. There is also prioritized review of these permits. Read on...
  8. Debris Removal Status Report

    Hurricane Irma Debris Removal Status Update

    City-wide Alley Collection Service for Garbage and Recycling Has Resumed. Check the debris removal webpage for weekly status updates. CLICK HERE FOR THE STATUS OF STORM DEBRIS REMOVAL
  9. Official Media Releases
  10. Hurricane-Irma cleanup

    After Irma FAQs on Debris, Garbage, Permits, Assistance

    As storm clean up continues, the City of Hollywood has put together a list of FAQs regarding fallen trees, garbage, recycling and debris pickup, and other topics related to recovery efforts. Read on...
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