The City of Miami Beach aims to keep residents, visitors
and businesses informed on Zika-related developments and mitigation efforts
within the city. Below you will find useful information and links.
Questions on the Zika Virus?
Learn more from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) here.
Report water that has been standing for more than 48 hours on the free, MiamiBeach eGov app or the eGov website, by selecting the 'Standing Water' option under the Public Works Department. You can also report it to the Public Works Department by calling 305.673.7625.
If you know of an abandoned pool with standing water,
report it to the Code Compliance Department at 305.604.CITY (2489).
Facts on the Products Being Used by Miami-Dade County Mosquito Control in Miami Beach
Read more about the County's efforts to investigate and treatment for mosquito larvae and adult mosquitoes in our community, click here. You can also report mosquitoes by calling 311, which is the County's information center. Click here to view the County's aerial spraying schedule.
yourself and your loved ones from contracting and spreading Zika Virus by
following these tips:
A Zika Virus information hotline through the Florida Department of Health is
available 24/7. Call 855.622.6735
Public Works and Code Compliance departments have ramped up their mosquito mitigation
efforts by conducting citywide sweeps since January to remove standing water and potential
mosquito breeding zones. Miami-Dade County's Mosquito Control Unit conducts numerous
mosquito inspections and spraying operations throughout the County to help keep
down the volume of mosquitoes. To request a mosquito inspection or to report a
mosquito nuisance, please call 311. For more information on mosquito control in
Miami-Dade County, visit www.miamidade.gov/solidwaste
As part of our initiative, all bromeliads
in city landscaping are being removed and we strongly encourage all residents
and businesses to follow suit. Please bag bromeliads before tossing them out.
If you have 10 or less bags of bromeliads, you may place them out on your
scheduled day of regular garbage service pick-up.
If there will be more than 10
placed out, you may call the city's Sanitation Division directly at
305.673.7616 and we will pick up the bags of bromeliad plants only.
Alternatively, you have the option of taking these plants to the city's Green
Waste Facility located at 2800 Meridian Avenue, Monday through Saturday from 7
a.m. to 5 p.m.
to Get Tested
If you are pregnant, free testing is available at the Department of Health, located at 1350 NW 14 Street or the Miami Beach Community Health Center, located at 1221 71 Street.
Watch the Zika training that was held for Code Compliance Officers >
View latest press releases on Zika here >
View frequent asked question on aerial spraying of naled from Florida Department of Health >
Watch the City Commission Emergency Workshop on Zika >
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