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  1. FDOT Project

    FDOT Open House Planned for Tuesday, October 25th

    The Florida Department of Transportation will be holding an Open House for the community on Tuesday, October 25th from 5:00 -7:00 pm to discuss the planned roadway improvements along SW 30th Avenue from Griffin Road to SW 42nd Street in Hollywood. Read on...
  2. Rewards for recycling community meeting

    Rewards-For-Recycling Presentations Planned

    Public Works staff, along with the City's Rewards-For-Recycling Program partner Recycling Perks, will be meeting with Neighborhood and Civic Associations to present information related to the Recycling Perks Recycling Incentive Program. Read on...
  3. City Manager Message

    Message From the City Manager

    Each week, while the City Commission is in session, the City Manager provides a weekly report to the Mayor and Commissioners. This report provides an overview of the City Manager's week and updates from City Departments and Offices. Read on...
  4. Communication Survey

    Take the Communications Survey

    The City of Hollywood values your input regarding the dissemination of information. Please take a moment to take the brief Communications Survey to help us better understand how you are receiving information so we may improve our communications methods. TAKE THE COMMUNICATIONS SURVEY
  5. Penny Surtax

    A Penny At Work

    On Tuesday, November 8, 2016 voters will see two half-cent surtax referendums that would fund needed local infrastructure and transportation improvement projects throughout Broward County. Read on...
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    City of Hollywood Launches Redesigned Website. Mobile-Friendly Site Features Easy To Use Navigation

    The City of Hollywood has launched a redesigned website intended to provide residents, business owners and visitors with easier access to City information and services. Read on...
  7. Aedes aegypti mosquito

    Mosquito Borne Virus Information

    Mosquitoes can carry dangerous diseases including a virus called Zika. The Zika illness is generally mild with a rash, fever and joint pain. Expectant mothers should be aware of a link between the virus and harm to unborn babies. Read on...
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