Be the first to know! To stay current on what’s happening in Plantation, sign up to receive the City’s monthly eNewsletter: Plantation Now! Email your first and last name, and your email address, to Plantationparks@gmail.com.
Please note: Florida Public Records Law requires that all information received in conjunction with City business, including email addresses, be made available to anyone upon request, unless the information is subject to a specific statutory exemption.
DELAY IN UTILITY BILL PRINTING MESSAGE
Due to the new water bill statement design, there has been a delay in the printing of the City’s Utility Water Bills. The City is diligently working to rectify this situation. We sincerely apologize for this delay, and to better assist our customers the City has extended the due date of this bill. There will be no interruption in service or any late fees assessed for this bill delay. Again, we apologize and thank you for your patience.
To view your balance or pay your bill online, click here.
Christmas Tree Pick-up
The City of Plantation will no longer have a special Christmas Tree pick-up on Mondays during the month of January.
Residents may place their tree curbside with their blue bags on their regularly scheduled trash pick-up days. Trees may also be placed out with bulk trash.
Residents not wanting to wait for their pick up day, are welcome to drop off their undecorated Christmas trees at the Public Works transfer station, free of charge, located at 750 NW 91st Avenue, Monday – Friday 7:00 AM – 4:30 PM.
For more information, please call Public Works at 954-452-2535.
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM THE ZIKA VIRUS THREAT
Education and awareness of the Zika virus falls under the scope of the Florida Department of Health in Broward County. They have information on their website, FloridaHealth.gov, and have launched an informational campaign, providing information to residents.
Mosquito spraying for any reason (both nuisance and health-related reasons) is also a County service. You may get more information, including information on how the County is responding to the Zika virus threat and an online mosquito spray request form.
NOTE: The files on this web page are in PDF format. You need the Acrobat Reader to view them. Get it here