Park Closures & News

Booogie by the Beach

Booogie by the Beach

Join us for a scary good time filled with all of your favorite attractions, a haunted house, activities, food for purchase and live entertainment. Booogie by the Beach will take place on Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29 at Pelican Community Park. More details coming soon!

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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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Effective Monday, January 31, the Newport Fishing Pier will have extended hours, and fees for fishing will apply.

Newport Fishing Pier Notice

Effective Monday, January 31, the Newport Fishing Pier will have extended hours, and fees for fishing will apply. Beginning Monday, January 31: Hours of Operation (beginning January 31, 2022) Every day (except Tuesdays and Fridays), 7am – 10pm Tuesdays & Fridays, 10:30am – 10pm Fees (beginning January 31, 2022) Fishing – $6 Sunny Isles Beach Resident ID Cardholder – $2 …

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Behind the Scenes with the Parks Division

Golden Shores Park

(Monday, December 30, 2019) – The Parks Division oversees maintenance of the City’s 11 parks. This division, with 25 employees, operates seven days a week, 14 hours per day, to ensure that these recreational spaces are available for our residents and visitors. Last summer, we conducted a survey to gather input from residents about areas of concern and needed improvements …

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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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