Official Website of the City of Pompano Beach

Travel Survey Challenge

If you’re a southeast Florida resident who would like to get involved and assist in improving local transportation, then this Travel Survey Challenge is for you!

On March 6, 2017, the Southeast Florida Transportation Council (SEFTC) launches the Battle of the Counties Travel Survey Challenge — a friendly, data-collecting challenge between the residents of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties – in an effort to improve the local transportation system.

Travel information provided by you will offer insight and a new perspective to making counties more economically vibrant.

The 2017 Battle of the Counties Travel Survey Challenge influences optimal ways of catering to the diverse and evolving transportation needs in southeast Florida. The feedback from local residents will assist transportation engineers and planners to improve our roads, reduce traffic congestion and provide safer sidewalks and bicycle facilities. By 2040, the southeast Florida region is expected to grow 25 percent, from 5.6 million people to 7 million people.

Remember, it takes a lifetime to complete a journey, but only one minute to start it. Ready for the Battle of the Counties? Start now! Take the Travel Survey Challenge today!

Broward County Traffic Engineering Information

Our 24/7 monitored sites to report traffic equipment outages and damages are as follows:

For signal outages, damages or malfunctions: SIGNALOUT@broward.org
For County-maintained street light outages or damages: STREETLIGHTOUT@broward.org
For school flasher outages or damages: SCHOOLFLASHEROUT@broward.org
For knocked-down or damaged stop signs or yield signs: STOPSIGNDOWN@broward.org

The following are monitored during regular business hours (generally 8:30 am to 4:30 pm)

To report graffiti or illegal posters/signs on traffic equipment: TRAFFIC-GRAFFITI@broward.org
To report or inquire about non-urgent traffic operations issues: TRAFFICNONURGENT@broward.org
To submit general requests to the Traffic Engineering: Division: TRAFFIC@broward.org

Mosquito Prevention Information

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Briny Ave Construction Project

The following documents contains more details regarding Briny Ave Construction Project.

Presentation
FAQ's

For more information please contact the project manager John.Sfiropoulos@copbfl.com. 954.545.7009

Road/Highway Construction

To learn more about Florida Department of Transportation highway projects and construction in our area please visit the Florida Department of Transportation web site. For local projects contact our Engineering Division at 954.786.4061. To view real time traffic reports click here (511).

For more information please see our Capital Improvement Projects page.

Exchange Club Park Native Vegetative Buffer Planting Project

The Florida Inland Navigation District (FIND) is completing the project to prepare its permanent, long-range dredged material management area, MSA-726 (a.k.a. Exchange Club Park) located at 2800 NE 24 Street, for future Intracoastal Waterway dredge projects. The phase 2 landscaping project is currently out to bid. Bids should be received and approved by the end of May, with the landscaping contract to begin shortly after.

For more information please see this document.

Do you need help paying your energy bill?

Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program (EHEAP) can help. Are you 60 or over and do you reside in Broward County? Have you received a "Past Due", "Final" or "Disconnection" notice? Are you are United States citizen or a resident alien who is eligible for Federal Benefits? Is your total Household Gross Income 150% of the Federal Poverty level or less, as documented by Social Security statements, pay stubs, etc?

Contact the Northeast Focal Point, 227 NW 2 Street, Deerfield Beach, FL 33441 or call 954.745.9779 to learn more.

Historic Register

The city of Pompano Beach is seeking nominations for its Historic Register. Nominations may include properties owned by private citizens, businesses and nonprofit organizations. The properties or sites must reflect a distinct architectural style that is worthy of preservation or must represent a person, event or era that was important in the history and development of Pompano Beach. In general, properties should be at least 50 years old. The city and Broward County offer tax incentives for properties on the city's Historic Register. For more information, please contact the Pompano Beach Development Services Department at 954.786.4629. A member of the Historic Preservation Committee will respond.

Florida Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Program

Evest Flyer
Ygrene Works Flyer

Parking Tickets, Residential Parking Permits & Oceanside Parking Passes

To purchase residential parking permits or Oceanside lot parking passes please contact Denison Parking at the phone number below. Parking tickets may be paid online at www.copbfl.nupark.com/portal or in person at this address:

Denison Parking
1937 East Atlantic Boulevard #102
Pompano Beach, Florida 33060.
Phone number: 954.786.5580

Vulnerable Population Registry

The Vulnerable Population Registration was designed as a joint partnership between all municipalities and Broward County to assist emergency responders to better plan for future recoveries from hurricanes and other disasters. Registering into the database should not be considered as a guarantee that you will be provided services or be placed on a priority list for emergency responders; however, it will help us to be better prepared to respond after a disaster. To register visit www.broward.org/atrisk.

Call SHINE

SHINE provides free, unbiased and confidential health insurance counseling through a network of volunteer counselors. SHINE counselors empower Florida seniors to make informed healthcare choices. CALL: 954-545-7795 (Pompano Beach) (Broward County) 954-745-9779

Division of Consumer Services

Cable Television companies, such as Comcast, are franchises that are regulated through the State of Florida. If you have complaints or concerns, please contact state's Division of Consumer Services via their website, or call 1-800-HELP-FLA (435-7352).