Waste Management owns and operates a landfill just east of the City and the Florida Turnpike. Broward County is the regulatory agency for this landfill. If you have a complaint or concern about the landfill, please submit it directly to Broward County via their website below and also fill out the Landfill Complaint Form below to share your concerns with your County Commission.

Thank you for helping us maintain our wonderful quality of life.

Sincerely,

Karen Brooks
City Manager

Please contact the Broward County Environmental Complaint Office, which is the regulatory agency for landfill issues, at Environmental Complaint Online Form.

Steps for entering above complaint:

1. Close the “Sign in or create an account” box
2. Enter “2700 Wiles Road, Pompano Beach, FL” Click the green “Next” icon
3. Click the “Type of Issue” drop down menu
4. Click “Environmental Protection & Growth Management (EPGMD)”
5. Click “Report an Environmental Concern (For use by Public)”
6. Scroll down to and click “Solid Waste and Waste Transporters”
7. Click “Landfills (odors, dust, noise)”
8. Enter the information (Date the violation Occurred, etc.) Click the green “Next” icon
9. Enter your contact information (Florida Law Prohibits Broward County from investigating anonymous complaints except under certain circumstances)
10. Click Create Request


If you are experiencing any difficulties, please contact Coconut Creek's Senior Project Manager, Ted Risberg at 954-956-1453.

You may also wish to share your concerns with your County Commission. We have created a portal for you to easily send an email; and have included templates for the four most common complaints. (If you use one of the templates, please customize it to fit your particular concerns). Once you submit your complaint, a copy of your message will be sent to Broward County and to the email address you provide.

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