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Update from Mayor Scholl

Message from the Mayor

By Mayor George “Bud” Scholl (Monday, May 25, 2020) Residents of Sunny Isles Beach, Good news! I am pleased to report that progress is being made to achieve a June 1 opening of our beaches and pools. A lot of work has been put in to prepare for the beaches throughout Miami-Dade County to reopen. There have been several calls …

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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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Message from Mayor Scholl

Message from the Mayor

By Mayor George “Bud” Scholl (Friday, May 15, 2020) – A new month moves us one step closer to what has been dubbed our ‘new normal.’ We have been trying to find a routine and adjust to our temporary new way of living. Social distancing is no longer a choice; it is the key to defeating the coronavirus. As the …

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Message to Residents from Mayor Scholl

Message from the Mayor

A Message from Sunny Isles Beach Mayor, George “Bud” Scholl (Friday, May 1, 2020) – I want to thank all of the residents who have reached out and let me know of your perspectives and desires regarding the relaxation of some of the current restrictions within our city. As you all know, my family and I are also residents of the City, so we too feel the …

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Declaration of Local Emergency

Declaration of Local Emergency

DECLARATION OF LOCAL EMERGENCY WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapter 29 of the City of Sunny Isles Beach Code, the City Manager hereby finds and declares the following:      Due to COVID-19 and the Declaration of a State of Emergency by Governor Ron DeSantis, the City of Sunny Isles Beach is facing dangerous conditions of sufficient severity and magnitude to warrant coordinated …

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Message from the Mayor: COVID-19 Update (2)

Message from the Mayor: Coronavirus Update

A Message from Sunny Isles Beach Mayor, George “Bud” Scholl (Thursday, March 19, 2020) – Today the beach in Sunny Isles Beach closed to the public by issue of Miami-Dade County’s Emergency Order 06-20. I have received many inquiries from residents as to why the beach stayed open as long as it did. We had been requesting that the County …

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Message from the Mayor: COVID-19 Update

Message from the Mayor: Coronavirus Update

A Message from Sunny Isles Beach Mayor, George “Bud” Scholl (Thursday, March 12, 2020) – The City of Sunny Isles Beach declared a state of emergency on Thursday, March 12 due to the coronavirus. While there are no confirmed cases in Sunny Isles Beach and only one positive case confirmed in Miami-Dade County, we want to move quickly and decisively …

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Citizen Engagement Leads to Action

View of the City

By George “Bud” Scholl, Mayor (Wednesday, February 26, 2020) –  There is a common misconception in local government that citizen concerns often go unnoticed. I want to debunk that myth for Sunny Isles Beach. Our City Commission is here to serve the interest of all residents by listening and then acting on their concerns. This is best demonstrated by a …

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Sunny Isles Beach Police Serving the Community

SIBPD officers next to police car

By George “Bud” Scholl, Mayor (Sunday, January 26, 2020) – Every day I am reminded why I live in this beautiful city. The weather, views and activities are all driving factors, but the safety of the City of Sunny Isles Beach is unparalleled. Our police department serves the community around the clock and it is no surprise that the city …

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State of the City 2020

State of the City 2020

By George “Bud” Scholl, Mayor (Thursday, January  16, 2020) – Citizens of Sunny Isles Beach, I am pleased to present the 2020 State of the City address. This year I am delivering my sixth State of the City address. However, 2019 has been one of the busiest years the city has experienced in quite some time. I am going to …

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