Video of Utilities Director Jon Cooper discussing flooding situation from TS Eta.
UPDATES following TS Eta: Please visit South Broward Drainage District Flyer
- With many areas still flooded, as a safety measure, the City of Pembroke Pines parks, and golf course will remain closed tomorrow ( Nov 11th). Assessments are being done - please check back here or the city's social media for updates. Thank you for your understanding. The Pembroke Lakes Tennis Center will, however be open Nov. 11th.
- Garbage/Bulk/Recycling pick-up: Please follow regular schedules. Those who missed regular garbage/recycling/bulk service pick up Monday, Nov. 9th , there will be no make-up date, please follow the next regular schedule. Those who missed bulk in particular, will be serviced on their next regularly scheduled date on November 23rd.
- Public Safety – Police and Fire – are fully operational. When EOC is open: emergency situation number is 954-565-9571
- The City’s Road and Bridge/Public Works/Utilities departments are clearing roads, handling flooding and any public works issues that arise.
- Many neighborhoods throughout the city are experiencing flood waters, and while it is tempting to play in the water, residents are being encouraged to not let children play in flood waters as these water may be contaminated by sewage. The Florida Department of Health shared tips from hurricane Irma, which remain helpful in the aftermath of Eta. Please stay safe as the water recedes: http://www.floridahealth.gov/newsroom/2017/09/091417-septic.html
ATTENTION DRIVERS: Pembroke Pines Police officers are continuing to assess the safety of our roadways following Tropical Storm Eta. The following roadways are partially or completely closed down due to flooding:
Eastbound and westbound Johnson Street is currently blocked between 184 Avenue and 186 Avenue.
186 Avenue & Pines Boulevard; only one northbound lane of travel is open at this time. To minimize traffic backup, please restrict travel along this roadway to residents & essential business only.
The intersection of Taft Street & 196 Avenue has extreme high water, and an officer is on scene to warn drivers. Please proceed with caution, and restrict travel to residents & essential business only.
Douglas Road and Pines Boulevard has been re-opened.
It is better to be safe than sorry - if you are approaching a submerged roadway and you are unsure of the depth, seek an alternate route.
Residents, businesses and all employees are advised to monitor the City’s website at www.ppines.com for updated information regarding City Services.