HURRICANE IRMAUPDATE: Monday, September 18At this time, the $99 hotel deal for residents has ended. Thank you to all of the participating hotels who extended a welcome mat to our residents in need. Parked your car in one of our city garages during the storm? City garage operations will resume at 12:01 AM on Tuesday, September 19 and payment for parking will resume at this time. Please remove your vehicles prior to not incur charges. UPDATE: Friday, September 15
Here's the most updated list of open and closed park facilities:
OPENMaurice Gibb PlaygroundLummus PlaygroundFisher Park PlaygroundCrespi PlaygroundTatum PlaygroundIndian Beach PlaygroundBeachview PlaygroundCollins ParkPalm Island ParkPolo ParkSoundscape ParkParkview ParkSPP Pier: open normal operating hoursSPP: open normal operating hoursFlamingo Park Pool: open normal operating hours Tennis: open normal operating hours Playground: open normal operating hours Handball Courts: open normal hours but closing at sunset Softball Field: open normal hours but closing at sunset Soccer Field: open normal hours but closing at sunset Dog Park: opening tomorrow normal operating hours
NSPYC: open normal operating hoursSRYC: opening tomorrow normal operating hoursNorth Shore Tennis: opening tomorrow 7:30am – 7:00pm (limited courts available)Miami Beach Golf Club: opening tomorrow normal operating hoursNormandy Isle Park and Pool: open normal operating hoursWashington Dog Park: open normal operating hours
Athletic and recreation programing resumes Monday, September 18, 2017
CLOSEDBelle Isle ParkLa Gorce ParkPine Tree ParkNorth Shore Open Space ParkStillwater ParkAllison ParkFairway ParkBrittany BayNormandy Shores Golf ClubUPDATE: Wednesday, September 13In
order to offer direct and immediate support to Miami Beach residents, our local
hotels have generously stepped forward to offer a special recovery rate of $99
or below for Miami Beach residents. Click here to view participating hotels. UPDATE: Tuesday, September 12
The following City of Miami Beach Parks and Recreation programs and facilities will be closed and/or canceled until further notice. We will be updating www.miamibeachparks.com with playgrounds /parks and facilities that are open to the public as they become available:- All after school programs- All teen club programs- All play time programs - All senior programs- Athletics - Classes: Swimming lessons, Ice lessons, Zumba, Gymnastics, Yoga, etc.- Tennis centers- Golf courses- Ice skating rink- Swimming pools- All recreation centers- Facility rentalsThe following neighborhood playgrounds are now open to the public:- North Shore Park Playground- Lummus Park Playground- Maurice Gibb Playground (except swing bays)- Scott Rakow Youth Center Playground- Palm Island Playground- South Pointe Park Playground- Crespi Park PlaygroundAs you are beginning to assess the damages on your home, you can Click here to report any damages through Miami-Dade County.Advisory InformationHurricane Irma Update 9.11.17Hurricane Irma Update 9.11.17Hurricane Irma Update 9.10.17Hurricane Irma Curfew 9.9.17Hurricane Irma Update 9.8.17Hurricane Irma Update 9.7.17 Mandatory Evacuation Order 9.6.17Hurricane Irma Update 9.6.17City Hall will reopen on Wednesday. September 13.Cancelled City Meetings & Postponed EventsSeptember 13: Rescheduled Commission Meeting Upcoming Fall Athletic Programs start date will be pushed back to September 18. This includes:
The Miami International Auto Show at the Convention Center has been cancelled.The Historic Preservation Board meeting for Tuesday, September 12 is cancelled and will be held on Tuesday, October 10.
All Miami Beach residents and businesses are strongly encouraged to check their hurricane preparedness kits, review their family emergency plans, and remain informed during hurricane season.
As a reminder, Miami Beach is an evacuation zone, as such plan in advance where you will stay, how you will get there, and what supplies you will take in case an evacuation is issued. Also, give yourself ample time to get to a safe area. For more information on how to prepare, go to our Hurricane Information Center. Other Storm Surge Simulator is a new online tool that is designed to help you evaluate your vulnerability to storm surge -- but it should not be used to determine if you should evacuate. Always follow the protective actions issued by emergency officials. If an evacuation is ordered and included the City of Miami Beach, you should initiate your evacuation plan and leave the city.
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