TOUCH Broward - Partnerships Transforming Our Community's Health

Download our One-Page Overview of the Hallandale Beach Healthy Community Zone


Geographic Area:

The area surrounding the Austin Hepburn Center in NW Hallandale Beach with boundaries: North to Pembroke Rd., South to Foster Rd. (NW 5th St), from East Dixie Hwy to NW 8th Avenue.

Hallandale Beach HCZ Boundary Map:

Hallandale Beach Healthy Community Zone Boundary Map

Please click here to watch the Hallandale Beach Healthy Community Zone Highlights Video.

Please click here to download the Hallandale Beach Accomplishment Board.

Lead Agencies and Contacts:

Memorial Healthcare System
Tim Curtin, Administrative Director, Community Services
Phone: 954-985-7004

City of Hallandale Beach
Beverly Sanders, Human Services Department, Director
Phone: 954-457-2994

Hallandale Beach Community Liaison:

Linda Cooper
Office: 786-224-2309
Cell: 954-744-6912

Community Assets and Opportunities:

Key assets within the community include Memorial Healthcare, the Austin Hepburn Center, the City of Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, Hallandale High School, Foster Park, Johnson Park, the Police Athletic League programs, the existing Coalition for a Healthier South Broward, and committed leadership working to unite the City of Hallandale Beach.

Hallandale High School Safe Routes to School Application Approval:

Congratulations! The Florida Department of Transportation, District 4, is pleased to inform the City of Hallandale Beach of their Safe Routes to School (SR2S) application approval funded for construction in fiscal years 2019 and 2021.

AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities Project:

AARP Livable Communities has partnered with the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute to create a network of Age-Friendly Communities. The purpose of the AARP Age-Friendly Communities Initiative is to serve as a catalyst to educate, encourage, promote and recognize improvements that make cities, towns and counties more supportive not only of their older residents but for residents of all ages.

Click here to download the Age-Friendly Broward Summit Presentation held on Tuesday, February 21, 2017.