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Emergency Status

Current Status: Tropical Storm Isaias

The Tropical Storm Warning for Miami-Dade County has been lifted. 

 

Evacuation Orders

There are no evacuation orders at this time. Learn more about evacuation orders from the Miami-Dade County Office of Emergency Management.

Open/Closed Shelters

There are no shelters open at this time. If there is a shelter opening due to a potential storm please review the Miami-Dade County COVID-19 guidelines for activation of emergency shelters.

Curfew

Miami-Dade County has a countywide curfew in effect from 10 pm – 6 am every day until canceled or revised.

City Updates

Beach

The beach and Newport Fishing Pier will remain closed on Sunday, August 2, and reopen for regular hours of operation on Monday, August 3.

City Parks

All Sunny Isles Beach parks will remain closed on Sunday, August 2, and reopen for regular hours of operation on Monday, August 3.

SIBshuttle

The SIBshuttle will resume regular hours of operation on Monday, August 3.

Parking your Vehicle in City Garages

Residents who may have parked their vehicles in the Gateway Park garage in preparation for Tropical Storm Isaias should remove their vehicles by 8 am on Monday, August 3. Parking fees will apply after that time.

Sandbag Distribution

We recommend you keep your sandbags for the rest of hurricane season. Do not dump sand from sandbags on the beach. Sandbag sand and beach sand are not compatible and sandbag sand can cause issues for turtle nesting.

Miami-Dade County Services

Waste Collection

  • Trash and Recycling Centers will resume normal operating hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, August 2nd. Masks/face coverings are required while in the facilities.
  • The North and South Dade Landfills will observe normal operating hours of 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, August 2nd. Masks/face coverings are required while in the facilities.
  • Bulky waste scheduling and illegal dumping reporting via the 311 Contact Center, online and through the Miami-Dade County Solid Waste phone app will resume on Monday, August 3rd.
  • Curbside garbage and recycling service will occur as normal on Monday, August 3rd.
  • Mosquito Control inspections will resume on Monday, August 3rd.

Parks, Beaches & Marinas

All County parks, marinas and golf courses will close beginning Friday, July 31 at 8 p.m. This includes County beaches and the Deering Estate. Due to COVID-19 there may be other service impacts. Please check the Miami-Dade COVID-19 website for more information.

COVID-19 Testing Sites

COVID-19 testing sites in Miami-Dade County have reopened. Visit miamidade.gov/covid-testing for more information.

Stay Informed

Current Status: COVID-19

On March 12, 2020, the City of Sunny Isles Beach issued a Declaration of Local Emergency due to COVID-19. Please visit sibfl.net/coronavirus for the latest updates.