City Managers 2018 Accomplishments
The City of Hollywood is dedicated to enhancing public confidence in local government, conducting transparent and ethical day-to-day business, and providing residents and visitors with the opportunity for input and access to information. The links below provide instant access to important City web pages and documents, including lobbyist information, the annual budget, Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), City Commission meeting agendas and minutes, and much more.
In accordance with the Florida Sunshine Law, the City of Hollywood Office of the City Clerk posts schedules, agendas and additional information on upcoming City Commission Meetings, as well as Board and Committee Meetings for public view on the “Sunshine Board.” The Sunshine Board is typically located inside City Hall on the second floor lobby, near the City Clerk’s office. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sunshine Board has been temporarily relocated just outside the south entrance of City Hall.
VIEW ONLINE SUNSHINE BOARD
For additional information, please call the Office of the City Clerk at 954.921.3211.
View Agendas and Minutes and links to Boards and Committees
Annual Operating Budget
Hollywood's Annual Operating Budget contains information on the City's organizational structure, demographics, revenue sources, property tax rates and assessed values, agency grant allocations and budgeted expenses by each City Department. The annual budget covers the City's fiscal year (Oct. 1-Sept. 30).
The "In Brief" links provide highlights of the corresponding fiscal year's adopted budget including tables showing budgeted revenues and expenditures for each fund. The City's Budget Division ceased creating "In Brief" documentation after 2013.
Get the agendas for prior and upcoming commission meetings and find out what will be and has been discussed during Hollywood City Commission meetings. Watch live and previously recorded commission meetings.
City Commission Agendas and Minutes
City Board and Committee Agendas and MinutesGet the agendas for upcoming meetings for individual Boards and Committees
The City of Hollywood responds to public record requests in compliance with the Florida State Statute 119.
The most efficient way to request public records from the City of Hollywood is through the link below. This portal helps the City efficiently administer and manage public records requests. It provides the public with convenient 24-hour access to request and to receive public records requests.
SUBMIT A PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST
CITY OF HOLLYWOOD'S PUBLIC RECORDS CUSTODIAN
The City Clerk is the City of Hollywood’s custodian of public records. Pursuant to Section 119.12, Florida Statutes, the contact information for the City of Hollywood’s custodian of public records is to be prominently posted on the City of Hollywood’s website.
The contact information for the City of Hollywood’s City Clerk is:
Patricia A. Cerny, MMC, City Clerk
Hollywood City Hall
2600 Hollywood Blvd, Room 221
Hollywood, Florida 33020
The Records Manager is the Hollywood Police Department's custodian of public records. Pursuant to Section 119.12, Florida Statutes, the contact information for the Hollywood Police Department's custodian of public records is to be prominently posted in the administrative building where the Hollywood Police Department's public records are routinely created, sent, received, maintained and requested.
The contact information for the Records Manager is:
Sharetta Ogden, Records Manager
Hollywood Police Department Records Section
3250 Hollywood Blvd, 3rd Floor
Hollywood, Florida 33020
Florida has a broad public records law. All correspondence sent to the City of Hollywood via e-mail may be subject to disclosure as a matter of public record. Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact the City by phone or in writing.
City Commission Disclosure Documents
This searchable database will include documents that disclose Commissioner activities related to campaign fundraising for other candidates, charitable contribution fundraising and outside/concurrent employment.
City Commission Visitors List
Interested persons may access an online database that provides details of visitors received by City Commissioners and their staff. The Commission Visitor list is searchable by visitor name, date, and/or subject matter.
Registration as a lobbyist in the City of Hollywood is required if any person, firm, or corporation lobbying the City Commission on any petition or issue, pursuant to Section 30.15 of the Code of Ordinances. Learn more by clicking on one of the links below.
An archive of media notifications and advisories from the City of Hollywood Office of Public Affairs & Marketing.
City Manager Weekly Reports
An overview of the City Manager's week and updates from City Departments and Offices on various programs and initiatives. The weekly report also includes information about construction projects and a schedule of upcoming neighborhood and civic association meetings.
CITY MANAGER WEEKLY REPORT
City Manager Sustainable Prosperity Report
City Manager, Dr. Wazir Ishmael, has outlined for the City Commission his vision to put the City on a path to Sustainable Prosperity.
A Guide for New Residents
The City’s homeowner’s guide is a great resource for residents who are new to the City of Hollywood. In it you will find important phone numbers and detailed information on activities and services offered to Hollywood residents.
A GUIDE FOR NEW RESIDENTS
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
Yearly assessments of the City of Hollywood’s financial state.
Code of Ordinances
An ordinance is a law passed by a municipal government. The Code of Ordinances contains the laws enacted by the City Commission that govern Hollywood.
A year-by-year breakdown of the pension funds for City of Hollywood general employees, police and firefighters, as well as annual financial statements.
PENSION FUND REPORTS
Records and Archives
Photographic and documentary history of Hollywood, as well as City records.
RECORDS AND ARCHIVES
Broward Office of Inspector General Report The Broward Office of Inspector General completed a report of the City's procurement of temporary employment services during fiscal years 2013 and 2014. The OIG requires a status report from the City regarding the progress of the City's corrective actions in response to this matter.
Preliminary Report ExhibitsFY2018 Second Quarter Analysis