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SEE SKETCHES SHOWING WHAT NEW POMPANO BEACH PROJECTS WILL LOOK LIKE

G.O. Bond Projects begin; Meetings set for public to be informed and to share your input

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by Marie Puleo, Pompano Beach News Reporter

The City has scheduled public outreach meetings for all 25 projects that will be funded by the $181 million G.O. Bond issue approved by Pompano Beach voters in March of 2018.  They have also provided us with renderings of some of the projects to show what they will look like when completed.


Horacio Danovich, the city’s capital improvements program and Innovation District director, said he hopes
residents will come to the meetings and “help us get those projects ready for them.”

“We want to hear what they have to say; we want to build something that people will be proud of,” he said.

The following meetings, which start at 6pm, will be held this coming month.

The photo gallery below includes artist renderings of what some of the projects will look like once
completed.

Pompano Beach G.O. Bond Schedule

May 1 – Youth Sports Complex – Centennial Park – Amphitheater Emma Lou Olson Civic Center
May 2 – Terra Mar Drive Bridge – Ocean Rescue/Lifeguard Stations Emma Lou Olson Civic Center
May 6 – Fire Station #61 – E. Pat Larkins Community Center
May 8 – Ultimate Sports Park – E. Pat Larkins Community Center
May 13 – Fire/Emergency Operations Center Public Library – Cultural Center
May 15 – Dixie Highway Corridor Improvements Public Library – Cultural Center
May 28 – Public Safety Complex – Kester Park Improvements Emma Lou Olson Civic Center
May 29 – Palm Aire Neighborhood Improvements – Herb Skolnick Community Center
May 30 – NE 33rd Street Improvements – Highlands Park & Recreational Center

Emma Lou Olson Civic Center – 1801 NE Sixth St., Pompano Beach
E. Pat Larkins Community Center – 520 NW Third St., Pompano Beach
Public Library – Cultural Center – 50 W. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach
Herb Skolnick Community Center – 800 SW 36th Ave., Pompano Beach
Highlands Park & Recreational Center – 1650 NE 50th Ct., Pompano Beach

You can check out an interactive map to see where in Pompano Beach the projects will be happening in your neighborhood. We just published an update of the 25 projects. See what is in store for your neighborhood as well the complete list of all of the public meetings.

Pompano Beach G.O. Bond- what will it do for you?

The photo gallery below includes artist renderings of what some of the projects will look like once
completed. Pictures include:
 Centennial Park (Sample McDougald House Site)-Open-Air Facility For Special Events,
 Fire Station #52 located at 10 SW 27th Avenue, serving Palm Aire and Collier City,
 “Ultimate Sports Park” to be located adjacent to Apollo Park at 1580 NW 3rd Avenue, Pompano
Beach. It will include a new skate park, soccer/football field and concession/restroom building
 Youth Sports Complex on NE 10th Street (Former Elks Club Property)
 the Pompano Beach Amphitheater- awnings to cover seating areas
 new festive lifeguard stands

For more Pompano Beach news and things to do in Pompano Beach read Pompano! magazine and search out website.

Pompano G.O. Bond Project Rendering-Centennial Park (Sample McDougald House Site)-Open-Air Facility For Special Events

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