Gateway Park

Artists in Residence Series

Artists in Residence Series

The City of Sunny Isles Beach’s new Artists in Residence series is a monthly community showcase featuring performances by Sunny Isles Beach residents. The series is open to visual and performing arts, music sets, visual artists and comedians. Sets should be approximately 20 minutes in length. Participants must be 18 years or older. The series runs from October – September. …

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City of Sunny Isles Beach – 25th Anniversary

25th Anniversary

This year the City of Sunny Isles Beach is celebrating its 25th anniversary. What first started out as a small parcel of land located in unincorporated Miami-Dade, quickly blossomed into a family-friendly community known for its beautiful beaches, distinct architecture, and vibrant social life. Since the City’s incorporation on June 16, 1997, we have added many quality services to be …

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Gateway LIVE!

Gateway LIVE!

Live Music, Shows & Performances at Gateway Park Gateway LIVE! is back! Join us at Gateway Park for our quarterly series featuring various cultural genres and live performances by talented musicians, theatre productions and entertainers. The best part? These shows are free for residents with a valid City-issued Sunny Isles Beach Resident ID Card. Upcoming Dates Forever Simon & Garfunkel …

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Sunny Isles Beach Parks

PCP Playground

Sunny Isles Beach boasts 11 beautiful parks throughout the City with a variety of amenities. Most parks are Wi-Fi Hotspots, equipped with free wireless Internet. Park Hours To view each park’s hours of operation, visit their webpage below:  Bella Vista Bay Park (remains closed) Gateway Center Gateway Park Golden Shores Park Heritage Park Intracoastal Parks Pelican Community Park Pier Park …

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Thor Guard Lightning Prediction System

Large lightning strike hits the ocean at night close to Sunny Isles Beach.

(Tuesday, May 21, 2019) – Florida leads the country in both number of fatal hits and density of lightning strikes each year, and residents should be aware that all of our City parks are equipped with a Thor Guard Lightning Prediction system that provides advance notice of lightning conditions. This system is active 365 days a year in our City. …

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Update on Capital Projects

Rendering of 174th Street Overpass bridge, bird's eye view.

By Christopher J. Russo, Former City Manager (Saturday, April 27, 2019) – Our sense of invigoration for capital improvement projects is growing to new heights as we complete some long-term projects and lay the groundwork for even more. The Central Island Drainage Project is currently in its final stages. Twenty-six wells were cleaned and tested, and we are already seeing …

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A New Home for our Senior Community Center: Part 2

Entrance sign to the City's newest park, Gateway Park.

By Dana Goldman, Vice-Mayor (Friday, January 26, 2018) – I mentioned in my last article that we found a home for our new Senior Community Center at our newest park, Gateway Park. I am confident this 16,000 square foot space is the ideal location to provide a comfortable and safe center where our senior residents can enjoy programs and events …

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Gateway to Gateway: Limited Opening

Aerial image of Gateway Park.

(Monday, January 2, 2017) – “Love the castle!” and “Our own mini Central Park” are just a couple of comments we heard last month when Gateway Park opened over the Thanksgiving Holiday. Yes, there are still some finishing touches to be completed but in the meantime, take a trip to Gateway Park and see what the bragging is all about. …

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