At the guidance of the CDC and State and County officials, the City will no longer require facial coverings while at City facilities, with some exceptions as required by Federal order. The City still recommends and encourages that all employees, residents, businesses, and visitors continue to follow all preventative measures to help protect our community. This includes continuing to take personal responsibility by wearing a facial covering, washing your hands often, practicing a safe social distance, and taking extra precautions when in group settings.
The vaccine is our best shot at recovery and a return to complete normalcy. We strongly encourage everyone who is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine to get vaccinated. Additional details on vaccine eligibility and locations are available at sibfl.net/vaccines.
The City of Sunny Isles Beach has two locations within City parks that allow dogs. Per City Ordinance 201-4, domestic animals are not allowed in all other City parks or on the beach, unless they are specifically trained as a service animal.
Bone Zone at Senator Gwen Margolis Park
A fenced-in leash-free dog area is located at Senator Gwen Margolis Park, 17815 North Bay Road. Dogs must be on a leash until inside the Bone Zone area. Dogs are not allowed in other areas of Senator Gwen Margolis Park.
- Daily (except Wednesdays), 7:30 am – 8 pm
- Wednesdays, 10 am – 8 pm
Heritage Park Dog Zone
There is a leash-free dog area at Heritage Park, 19200 Collins Avenue. The area is located on the south side of the park near the parking garage. Dogs are not allowed in other areas of Heritage Park.
- Daily (except Fridays), 8 am – 9 pm
- Fridays, 12 pm – 9 pm