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Boo Bash

Join us for a spooktacular time at this year’s City of Pompano Beach’s Boo Bash! We will be scaring up some fun with our carnival and inflatable ides, un-boo-lievable stage performers, DJ music and dancing, hootin’ and howlin’ haunted bus, ghostly games and much more! Don’t forget to dress in your best costume for the pick of the pumpkin patch costume contest at 8pm! This is a free, family-friendly event. For more information, please call 954-786-4111.

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Movies on the Lawn

The City of Pompano Beach Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department invites bring your lawn chairs, blankets and picnics and come enjoy a featured presentation under the stars at the great lawn on the first Friday of every month at the Great Lawn. This is a free, family – friendly event. The movie will begin at 8pm. This month’s featured flick is Pete’s Dragon. For more information, please call 954-786-4111.

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City owned surplus property available for bids

Please see the following link for a description of the property available and more information about the bidding process. View Document

Disaster Preparedness

Learn how to be prepared for hurricanes and other potential disasters on our disaster preparedness page

Our next CERT class begins on September 14th – register today!

Hurricane Irma Debris Pick-up

Follow these guidelines when putting out your debris to make for a faster and less costly clean-up effort.

• Do not place trash, toys, building materials, furniture, mattresses, or appliances in the hurricane debris pile. SEPARATE HOUSEHOLD BULK ITEMS FROM THE VEGETATIVE MATERIAL. HOUSEHOLD BULK ITEMS WILL NOT BE COLLECTED UNTIL ALL HURRICANE DEBRIS HAS BEEN REMOVED.

• Debris piles must be placed in the swale area between the sidewalk and the roadway.

• Debris piles must be at least three feet from fire hydrants, mailboxes, parked cars, light poles, traffic signs, and trash or recycling carts.

• Piles must not block storm drains or driveways.

Regular trash and recycling collection has already resumed. Use your gray cart for trash and your blue cart for recyclables. Place at the curb for collection on your regularly scheduled service days.

Limit hurricane debris piles to vegetation only: tree branches, leaves, palm fronds, logs, and stumps. Ensure pieces of debris are a manageable size and do not exceed six feet in length.

Keep the piles free from trash and bulky household items. This will help speed up the collection process and allow regularly scheduled bulk pick-up to resume ASAP!

For more information please see our solid waste and recycling page.