Wastewater Spill Daily Update 1/16/19
To see the daily update please visit the following link: 1/14/19 Update
Accidental Wastewater Spill
A construction accident caused by a subcontractor working for Florida Department of Transportation has ruptured a 42” pressurized sewage pipe which has spilled into the canal system from NW 15 Street east to the Intracoastal Waterway.
The City of Pompano Beach is asking people not to swim, fish or irrigate from the canals. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Broward County Environmental Protection Department, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Broward County Health Department, South Florida Water Management District and the City of Pompano Beach are assisting FDOT day and night in an effort to contain and resolve the issue.
The City of Pompano Beach has issued a CodeRed Emergency Notification System Message for the possible affected areas.
The City drinking water is safe to drink, bathe and cook.
If residents have any questions they should call customer service at 954-786-4637.
Christmas Tree Recycling
Beginning Friday, December 21st: Pompano Beach residents can bring
their undecorated Christmas trees to the designated drop-off location
on NE 5th Avenue, south of Copans Road (adjacent to the airpark).
Look for the tree shaped sign at the drop-off location. Trees will
be processed to make mulch. Remember, if you live in a house,
you can place your tree out for removal on your bulk trash day.
Ends January 31st.
City Hall Parking Lot Closure
Beginning November 26, the City of Pompano Beach will begin Construction work on the City Hall Parking Lot. During this time, parts of the parking lot will be unavailable for use.
The project will be completed in multiple stages with varying areas being affected during each phase. Please see this document for more information on the areas that will be closed and alternate parking.