A Tropical Storm Watch is no longer in effect for Miami-Dade County. While the Watch has been discontinued, our area may still see squally winds, heavy rain, and possible flooding. Flooding may be exacerbated by king tides, which are expected through today. The City has opened parking for residents only at the Gateway Park garage. Please see below for more information.
We encourage residents and businesses to remove and secure items on balconies and in yards, including outdoor furniture, plants, and items that could become projectiles in strong winds.
For your safety, all Sunny Isles Beach parks will close at 5:00 pm Wednesday, November 9, 2022.
Parks will resume normal hours of operation on Thursday, November 10, 2022.
Parking Available for Residents
If you parked your vehicle at the Gateway Park garage to avoid potential flooding from Hurricane Nicole, please remove it by 8 AM on Friday, November 11 to avoid receiving a parking citation.
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Report storm damage and flooding by calling 311 or through the Miami-Dade County Neighborhood Damage Assessment form.
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- Red Cross: How to Prepare for a Hurricane During COVID-19
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- Flood Protection in Sunny Isles Beach
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