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Hurricane Season Resources

Hurricane Season. June 1 - November 30

...June – November, Monday – Saturday, at 2 pm Hurricane resources from Miami-Dade County: miamidade.gov/hurricane Hurricane resources for Sunny Isles Beach residents: sibfl.net/hurricane Guides & Information National Hurricane Center Miami-Dade...

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Stay Vigilant This Hurricane Season

Two lightning strikes from dark clouds at nighttime above the city skyline of Sunny Isles Beach.

...a hurricane. Visit sibalert.net to register today. More information about hurricane preparation, evacuations, and recovery can be found at miamidade.gov/hurricane or sibfl.net/hurricane. Let’s continue to stay safe this hurricane season....

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Hurricane Q&A

...storm conditions are possible, usually within 48 hours. Tropical Storm Warning – Tropical storm conditions are expected, usually within 36 hours. Hurricane Watch – Hurricane conditions are possible, usually within...

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Hurricane Season during a Pandemic

Cloudy day on the beach

By George “Bud” Scholl, Mayor (Tuesday, June 23, 2020) – Hurricane season has officially begun, and this year is projected to be particularly busy. During the last two years, we...

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Evaluating Our Hurricane Preparation

Satellite view of a hurricane on Earth.

...issues. However, we were still very prepared. Even thought Miami-Dade County never officially came under a Hurricane Warning (we were under a Tropical Storm Warning), given that the county line...

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Behind the Scenes with the Media Team

City of Sunny Isles Beach Hurricane Season: June 1 - November 30

...a storm. To get emergency warnings and alerts, specifically for our area, sent directly to your mobile device all year long, sign up at sibalert.net. Before a Hurricane Visit sibfl.net/hurricane...

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State of the City 2018

State of the City 2018 by Mayor George "Bud" Scholl with backdrop of the Sunny Isles Beach skyline.

...devastating Category 5 hurricane making landfall in South Florida. At the zero hour, the storm, Hurricane Irma, stayed on a slightly greater western trajectory and our City was spared the...

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Flood Protection

Flood Safety: Preparing your homes and businesses

...http://www.nhc.noaa.gov Miami Dade County – Hurricane Preparedness http://www.miamidade.gov/oem/hurricane-info.asp Flood Safety Tips If you know a flood is coming, you should shut off the gas and electricity and move valuable contents...

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