Potential Tropical Cyclone 1

Emergency Status

A Tropical Storm Warning is no longer in effect for Miami-Dade County.

Parking in Municipal Lots

Parking fees in the Heritage Park garage and under the William Lehman Causeway will resume on Sunday, June 5 at 8 AM.

City Parks

All Sunny Isles Beach parks and the Newport Fishing Pier will reopen for normal operating hours on Sunday, June 5.

COVID-19 Testing at the Sunny Isles Beach Government Center

COVID-19 testing and vaccinations at the Sunny Isles Beach Government Center will resume on Sunday, June 5 at 10 AM.

Flood Safety Tips

  • If a flood warning is issued, find safe shelter right away.
  • Do not walk, swim or drive through flood waters. Turn around, don’t drown!
  • Do not drive around road barriers; the road or bridge may be washed out.
  • Stay away from power lines and electrical wires. Electrical current can travel through water.
  • Have your electricity turned off by the power company. Some appliances, such as television sets, keep electrical charges even after they have been unplugged. Don’t use appliances or motors that have gotten wet unless they have been taken apart, cleaned and dried.
  • Report downed power lines to the power company or City emergency management office.
  • Be alert for gas leaks. Use a flashlight to inspect for damage. Don’t smoke or use candles, lanterns or open flames unless you know the gas has been turned off and the area has been ventilated.
  • Look before you step. After a flood, the ground and floors are covered with debris including broken bottles and nails. Floors and stairs that have been covered with mud can be very slippery.
  • Evacuate if told to do so: Sunny Isles Beach is on a barrier island where even in moderate storms, flooding from storm surge and strong winds can be life-threatening.
  • Visit sibfl.net/flood-protection for information on flood protection in Sunny Isles Beach.

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