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Code Enforcement Magistrate Hearing
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
December 20, 2022 at 9:00 AM
TOWN OF HILLSBORO BEACH
Code Enforcement Special Magistrate Hearing
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to Section 162.02 through 162.13 an...
Site Plan Review Applicant Checklist
Please refer to the Town’s Land Development Code for a comprehensive understanding of the Town’s rules and regulations regarding site development. The li...
“The Town of Hillsboro Beach Resident Guide was created to provide you with some general information about our Town, fondly known by locals as ‘Florida’s Magnificent Mile’. We hope you find this guide usef...
Attention Residents of Hillsboro Beach
Water Restrictions and Landscaping
In 2010, the Broward County Board of County Commissioners passed an ordinance adopting year round irrigation restrictions. The Year-Round Landscape Irrigation Rule (Chapter ...
The Town of Hillsboro Beach is governed by Town Commissioners consisting of five (5) members. All five (5) Commissioners are elected by qualified Hillsboro Beach electors, at-large. Town Elections are non partisan; i.e. candidates do ...
The Hillsboro Beach Police Department is actively tracking Hurricane Nicole as it approached the east coast of Florida.
The Hillsboro Beach Police Department is actively tracking Hurricane Nicole as it approached the east coast of Florida. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us on our non-emergency line at 954-427-6600.
HBPD is proud to announce that assessors from the CFA will arrive at the Hillsboro Beach Police Department on Tuesday, November 1, 2022, according to Chief Jay Szesnat.
ACCREDITATION TEAM INVITES PUBLIC COMMENTS ABOUT THE HILLSBORO BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Hillsboro Beach Police Department is proud to announce that assessors from the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA) will arrive at th...
National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW) 2022 is coming up next week, and we hope you’ll join some of the virtual events.
Taking steps to protect your personal information can help you minimize the risks of identity theft. But what if a thief gets your information anyway?
We’re kicking off Identity Theft Awareness Week 2022.
According to the newest Data Spotlight, 40,000 people reported losing a whopping $148 million in gift cards to scammers during the first nine months of 2021.
Here are ways to help you and your neighbors avoid common post-disaster scams.
If you or someone you know has been affected by the devastating series of tornadoes that roared across Kentucky, Illinois, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Missouri, coping with the aftermath is never easy. But when scammers target people just trying to recover, ...
Read to find out what people are reporting to the National Do Not Call Registry over the past 18 years!
Scammers are sending fake IRS emails about Economic Impact Payments
There’s a fake IRS email that keeps popping into people’s inboxes. It says that you can get a third Economic Impact Payment (EIP) if you click a link that lets you “access the form for your additional information” a...
This week, during National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), we want your help to reach people who might be a bit cut off from their social network.
The mission of the Long Term Recovery Coalition of Broward County is to achieve efficient, effective long-term disaster recovery by coordinating and collaboration among its members in order to address the unmet needs of the community. ?
The FTC uses the information it gets from people who report scams to keep close watch on trends, so we can alert you to changes.
The FTC uses the information it gets from people who report scams to keep close watch on trends, so we can alert you to changes. Here’s one: reports of Bitcoin blackmail scams have taken a big jump in the last few weeks. The emails say they hack...
Last month, the FTC and FDA sent warning letters to seven sellers of unapproved and misbranded products, claiming they can treat or prevent the Coronavirus. Today, the FTC sent warning letters to 10 more companies.
Scammers are experts at shifting tactics and changing their messages to catch you off guard.
This is especially true as they take advantage of anxieties related to the Coronavirus. Here’s a quick alert about some current government imposter scams using COVID-19 that are popping up on our radar.
If you get a call from someone claiming to be a Microsoft technician, saying there are viruses on your system, hang up the phone. It’s a scam.
There’s a lot to worry about when it comes to the Coronavirus crisis, including the new ways scammers are using the economic impact payments (so-called “stimulus checks”) to trick people.
While some of you are home, practicing social distancing and frequent hand washing to avoid the Coronavirus, remember that scammers are still busy trying to take advantage of people.
Older adults may be hard hit by the coronavirus – and scammers prey on that. If you or someone you know must stay at home and needs help with errands, you’ll want to know about this latest scam.
Did you get an offer to be a secret shopper for a well-known company?
Now that the holiday shopping season is in full swing, scammers are shopping too, looking for people to separate from their money.
We’ve seen a new twist on the Social Security Administration (SSA) scam recently. Check out this SSA imposter robocall, which says your benefits will end. (That’s not true, by the way.)
The Hillsboro Beach Police Department and Lighthouse Point Police Department participated in a hoist training exercise alongside the United States Coast Guard.
You’ve gotten the calls: from Social Security. Or the IRS. Or Medicare. Or any number of other agencies. Except: as soon as the caller threatens you or demands that you pay them with a gift card or by wiring money, you know. It’s a scam.
Scammers are calling, pretending to be from the Social Security Administration (SSA) and saying that your Social Security number (SSN) has been suspended because of suspicious activity or being involved in a crime.
The Hillsboro Beach Police Department would like to thank the United States Coast Guard and the Army National Guard in their combined efforts in removing the 7,000 pound buoy that washed on our beach!
You’ve probably gotten one of these calls: They say it’s the IRS and they’re filing a lawsuit against you for back taxes. They may threaten to arrest or deport you. What do you do?
On Friday, March 8, 2019, the Hillsboro Beach Police Department facilitated and attended Helicopter Hoist Training conducted by The United States Coast Guard Air Station Miami
On Friday, March 8, 2019, the Hillsboro Beach Police Department facilitated and attended Helicopter Hoist Training conducted by The United States Coast Guard Air Station Miami. The training, which is the first of it's kind in our area, involves teaching l...
Phishing is when someone uses fake emails or texts – even phone calls – to get you to share valuable personal information.
Scammers use this information to steal your money, your identity, or both. They may also try to get access to your computer or network. If you click on a link in one of these emails or texts, they can install ransomware or other programs that lock you out...
It’s Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week – a terrific time to get up to date on protecting yourself from identity thieves who try to claim your tax refund and imposters who pretend they’re from the IRS to get your money.