Hurricane Notice

Based on the latest weather report, Hurricane Dorian will be impacting Florida late this weekend and/or Monday. We would ask that all owners and tenants make arrangements to protect their property (patios and courtyards) including removing any loose items such as potted plants, exterior patio furniture, BBQ grills, trash containers from the exterior of your home/patios/courtyards to prevent flying objects.


Do not put out any bulk trash!

Note: do not use your grill inside your home/unit under any circumstances!

Thank you,



For more information regarding your personal preparedness, there are several websites available, such as the one Publix has ( After going to their web-site, go to the search bar, type in hurricane, then press on the search icon, then press on the “pages” tab, then press on public store status, and finally click on “prepare for the when”. Also, most cities have information available on their websites.

Precautionary Boil Water Alert in Deer Creek

The City is issuing a Precautionary Boil Water Alert to about 2800 residents who live in certain western portions of Deerfield Beach. On December 18, 2018, a 12-inch pipe located behind the Shoppes at Deerfield Mall (3668 W. Hillsboro Blvd) burst. The water main break caused the pressure in the pipe to drop below 20 psi, which requires a precautionary boil water alert to those consumers who are in the affected areas. The areas affected are Quiet Waters Elementary School, the Shoppes at Deerfield Mall, and the Deer Creek neighborhood, north of Hillsboro Boulevard between Powerline Road and Military Trail. All other portions of the City are NOT affected. As a precaution, we advise that all water used for drinking, cooking, making ice, brushing teeth, or washing dishes be boiled. A rolling boil of one minute is sufficient, as an alternative bottled water may be used. In an abundance of caution, the City of Deerfield Beach is collecting additional water samples to rule out any contamination. This sampling began on December 18, 2018, and will continue for at least two days to ensure the safety of the drinking water supplied to our residents, schools, and businesses. This “PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE” will remain in effect until a bacteriological survey confirms that the water is safe to drink. The City will issue an updated message as to when the order has been lifted. You can also check the City website, Facebook, Twitter, and Nextdoor social media platforms for updates.

Precautionary Boil water alert in Deer Creek

Pool Closure – October 9-11, 2018


This is so the pool deck can be pressure cleaned, sanded and sealed.

We are sorry for the inconvenience, however, this needs to be done about every 2 ½ years to maintain the deck.

Thank you,

The Verona Board of Directors.

City Forced to Suspend Recycling Program

City Forced to Suspend Recycling Program

Due to the rising costs for recyclable processing and low global demand for materials, the City voted to not enter into an unreasonable contract with Waste Management. Over the past year, the City has been proactively searching for another disposal vendor in North Broward and Palm Beach counties. While we secured a lower rate for municipal solid waste, there were not any companies interested in the bid for recyclable processing of our materials. We will continue to explore both short-term and long-term improvements to our recycling alternatives because we believe in a sustainable, healthy environment.

The City will suspend all curbside residential recycling programs until further notice.

Effective Monday, July 9, 2018:

  • All residential recycling carts will not be part of the collection process. Residents should place all materials in their City-issued brown garbage cart.
  • Single-stream recyclables will not be accepted at the City’s Drop-Off-Center (DOC) located at 401 SW 4 Street, Deerfield Beach. The DOC will continue to accept clean cardboard, metal, styrofoam and paper shredding.

Residents should continue to monitor the City’s website and social media for regular updates. The City appreciates the residents’ cooperation and understanding during this temporary suspension period.

For additional information, please call the Department of Sustainable Management at (954) 480-4391 or check out the Recycling Frequently Asked Questions at