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Beaches Remain Closed: Understanding Our Limitations

Message from the City Manager

By Christopher J. Russo, City Manager (Thursday, May 21, 2020) – I have recently received a deluge of questions from residents about reopening our beach. As Mayor Scholl and I have mentioned before, the beach in Miami-Dade County is owned by the State of Florida, and Miami-Dade County holds jurisdiction over the beach as granted by the state years ago. …

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

Coronavirus Information (COVID-19)

(Updated: Monday, May 25, 2020) Message from the Mayor – 5/25/20 Message from the Mayor – 5/15/20 Message from the Mayor – 5/1/20 Message from the Mayor – 3/19/20 Message from the Mayor – 3/12/20 City Declares State of Emergency – 3/12/20 The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is responding to an outbreak of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19). While this …

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By order of Miami-Dade County, the beach is CLOSED until further notice.

By order of Miami-Dade County, Beaches closed until further notice.

Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez has signed Emergency Order 06-20 closing the beach in Sunny Isles Beach along with all County beaches, until further notice. Because the beach is owned by the State and managed by the County, the City of Sunny Isles Beach must adhere to and closely follow County guidelines on closures and restrictions. Read Emergency Order 06-20

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Beach Renourishment Underway from January 6 through Early March

Beach Renourishment MOT Map

(Tuesday, December 10, 2019) – The Estates at Acqualina project will be completing a beach sand re-nourishment from approximately Terracina Avenue (northern City limit) to 185 Street. During this time, the beach will remain open but access may be partially modified. A temporary construction fence will be set up on the beach in the affected areas for the safety of …

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King Tides

Tide coming in on the beach early in the morning.

King Tides are the highest predicted high tides of the year. King Tides are technically called “perigean spring tides,” but they occur in both the spring and fall seasons. In fact, the highest tides in southeast Florida occur in the fall, in part because the water is warmer and the seasonal winds drive water levels higher at that time of …

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