The City of Miami Beach is prepared to handle any emergency – from severe storms and hurricanes, to potential health hazards. Our trained professionals in the Office of Emergency Management are responsible for the coordination of all emergency preparedness within the City of Miami Beach.

    The primary role of the Office is to develop and implement comprehensive disaster planning, mitigation and response activities within the city.

    The Office works closely with the Miami-Dade County Office of Emergency Management, State of Florida and other federal, state and local community agencies and partners.

    Hurricane Season runs June 1 through November 30 every year. Are you prepared? Learn how > |   Volunteer as a CERT member >

    Level 2 - Partial Activation 

    Coordinating recovery efforts including debris management and community outreach, and transitioning to long-term recovery and resiliency.

    Progress on debris removal. 

    Complete debris removal and clean up can take months. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the City of Miami Beach Debris Hotline at 305.604.2444

     IRMA - Debris Management Map 
    As of Wednesday, September 20, 2017:
    3,506 Cubic Yards of debris were collected (2,081 Cubic Yards were collected by City crews)

    To date, crews have collected 22,885 Cubic Yards of debris.

    Miami Beach Emergency Operation Center
    The City operates a fully-equipped, state-of-the art facility designed to be operational through any emergency, including hurricanes.



    Condominium Hang Tag Re-Entry Program
    For building managers and those building personnel who are responsible for damage assessment, safety and security.

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