City of Pembroke Pines Hurricane Irma
Updates Include:
City Center Closure, Garbage Pickup and Boil Water Notice

Pembroke Pines, FL… September 11, 2017… The City of Pembroke Pines is assessing and beginning the lengthy process of Hurricane Irma clearing. Pembroke Pines advises residents and business owners to monitor the City of Pembroke Pines updates via Pembroke Pines Social Media, Television, Radio and Website. Please continue to call 911 if in need of emergency services.
The City of Pembroke Pines Charles F. Dodge City Center, the Carl Shechter Southwest Focal Point Community Center, Administrative Offices and Charter Schools will remain closed on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. 
Garbage Pick Up
Regular garbage pickup will resume tomorrow Tuesday, September 12, 2017. Please place trash in the green-wheeled cart.
Recycling will resume on Monday September 18, 2017.
Boil Water
Pembroke Pines remains under a mandatory Boil Water Notice following a water main break in several areas across the City of Pembroke Pines. The City experienced a loss of water pressure due to the water main breaks. Therefore, as a precaution, residents are advised to boil all water used for drinking, cooking making ice, brushing teeth and washing dishes.  A rolling boil of one minute is sufficient. Alternatively, bottled water may be used. The Mandatory Boil Water Notice, will remain in effect until the problem has been corrected and a bacteriological survey shows that the water is safe to drink.

The City's Utilities Department is beginning the lengthy process of clearing our roadways of major debris. Some of this debris includes large trees and branches which are rendering some lanes and streets completely impassable. The City, and FPL and Traffic Engineering are working to make repairs at affected intersections, some traffic signs have also been damaged or downed and will be replaced. Until that time, many intersections will be staffed by Pembroke Pines officers and/or police service aides. Please slow down when approaching an intersection without power, and/or one being directed by an officer. Treat all out traffic intersections like 4-Way stops, and all flashing lights as stop signs (red) or yield signs (amber).

Due to the above circumstances, residents are asked to please remain off the roadways, if possible until the major roadway debris has been cleared. Post-impact recovery procedures may take days if not weeks to complete. The City will not respond to downed trees on private property. Residents need to have to make arrangements with a landscaping or tree removal company. If you have damages on your property, you should begin the process of contacting your insurance provider and/or a repair services.
City Parks will remain closed Tuesday, September 12, 2017.  For safety reasons, please stay clear of the Parks until an all clear is given from the City of Pembroke Pines.
Pembroke Pines Updates Via Social Media
For the City of Pembroke Pines, Hurricane Irma related updates please monitor Pembroke Pines Media via:

City Website -
Facebook -
Pines Media - Channel 78
Twitter - @CITY_PPines

The City of Pembroke Pines is diligently working to have service restored in the shortest amount time possible. Please direct questions to the City of Pembroke Pines at 954-392-9443.


Media Only:
Valerie L. Moran,
Publicist Pembroke Pines Media
C: 954.392.9494 / E:

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