City services from City Hall and The Walk are now open. City Hall in the Mall is open from 10am to 7pm.
Budget and Public Hearing that was scheduled for Wednesday (Sept. 13) is canceled and rescheduled for 5:15 p.m., on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, in the City Commission Chambers, 9551 West Sample Road, Coral Springs, Florida.
Other City openings:
- Aquatic Complex Fitness Center: 6am to 9pm
- Coral Springs Aquatic Complex: 7am to 7pm
- Cypress Pool: 8am to sunset
- Mullins Park Pool 2:30 to 7:30pm
- Water Aerobics and GeminiDanZ & Fitness Zumba will resume Monday, September 18
- Tennis Center and Cypress Tennis:
Thursday & Friday - 8AM to 7PM
Saturday & Sunday-8AM to 3PM
Parks operating 8am to sunset:
- Mullins Park
- North Community Park
- Cypress Park
- Betti Stradling Park
- Sportsplex Athletic Fields and Pavilion
- Eagle Ridge Park
- Jaycee Park
- Poinciana Park
- Village Green Park
- Lions Park
- Pride Promoters Park
- Volunteer Park
- Forest Hills Park
- DeDe Gilmore Park
- Whispering Woods Park
-Youth Soccer, Travel Soccer and Winter Baseball will start games and practices on Saturday during daylight hours.
- Tackle and Flag Football will resume regular schedule on Monday
- Open Court at the Gymnasium: 9am to 5pm (until Friday, September 15)
- Senior Classes at Sartory Hall will resume Monday Morning
- Gymnasium Classes will resume today, September 13 at 4pm.
- Sticky Fingers will resume classes Friday, September 15
- City Community Bus: 8am to 5pm
CS Youth Soccer has cancelled there Registration on Saturday September 16. They will have Registration on Saturday September 23 at Veterans Hall from 9am-3pm & Tuesday September 26 at Veterans Hall 6:30pm-9pm.
- BUILDING SERVICES: The Building Division at The Walk will have extended hours on Wednesday, Sept. 13 and Thursday, Sept. 14 from 7:30AM to 6PM. For residents requiring Building Permits related to hurricane damage, Early Start Building Permits will be available, allowing residents to begin repairs without permit approval. Residents must complete this application available online at www.CoralSprings.org/earlystart, and submit it along with the building permit application.
- SCHOOLS: The Broward County School District looks forward to welcoming all students and employees back to school on Monday, September 18.
- WATER UPDATE: We have not had any boil water alerts in Coral Springs in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. The City’s water district will not be locking any accounts this week or next, giving people time to make payments by Friday, Sept. 22. Please contact your water district directly to find out if they are also offering an extension.
- WASTE PRO UPDATE: Recycling services resumed Friday. Waste Pro has begun solid waste trash collection service. We expect delays but incomplete routes will be finished the next day. For any resident who would like to drop off vegetative or bulk waste at the Waste Transfer Station, will be open Saturday, September 16 and Sunday, September 17 from 7am to 5pm. Private communities should we aware that if roads are not passable, it may cause trash pickup delays.
- VEGETATION DEBRIS REMOVAL: Any vegetation should be placed at the curb for pickup. Please do not bag any vegetation. DO NOT mix vegetation with any other trash. Please do not block any sidewalks, mailboxes, fire hydrants, trash bins or storm drains. Remember to use caution when using chain saws and other power equipment. For the remainder of this week, crews will be clearing major roadways. On Monday, crews will begin removing debris from neighborhoods. Residents can visit www.CoralSprings.org/debris for daily updates on debris removal routes – available after 12 noon daily. Please be aware that the City will only do vegetation removal in private communities with FEMA approval.
- For any hurricane debris removal questions, please call the DEBRIS HOTLINE, which will be available starting on Thursday, September 14 at 954-344-1176 until further notice.
- If traffic signal lights are not operating, treat the intersection as a four-way stop. Please keep in mind that flashing red means stop, while flashing yellow means proceed with caution.
- BUSINESS INFORMATION: Affected businesses in our city can apply for disaster assistance in the form of low interest loans through the Small Business Administration at disasterloan.sba.gov/ela
- CURFEW UPDATE – The City’s mandatory curfew has now been lifted. The majority of the traffic lights at major intersections have been restored, but please drive carefully.
- To reach the Coral Springs Hurricane Call Center, please call 954-344-1001. Staff at the Call Center will be able to answer questions about City-related issues. They will not be able to address concerns regarding canals, cable television or electricity. For any hurricane debris removal questions, please call the DEBRIS HOTLINE, which will be available starting on Thursday, September 14 at 954-344-1176 until further notice.
Please monitor the City's website at CoralSprings.org, CityTV Channel 25 on BlueStream or Channel 99 on U-Verse, CityRadio 1670 AM, the City’s social media and local news broadcasts for the status of City Hall reopening. Residents can also find detailed information on hurricane preparedness at www.CoralSprings.org.