City of Miami Preparing for Potential Hurricane Isaias Impacts

Published on July 31, 2020

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The City of Miami is taking steps to prepare for potential impacts from Hurricane Isaias, as the storm continues to move in the general direction of South Florida. Following is an overview of key closures and measures the City is taking in advance of the storm. Further updates will be provided as needed.

Solid Waste
Service continues as normal; however, residents are asked to refrain from placing any bulky waste or blue/green waste containers in front of their property until the storm has passed. Additionally, residents should not trim trees or cut tree branches until the storm has passed.

Parks, Pools and Beaches
All City of Miami parks, pools and beaches will close today, Friday, July 31 at 5:00 p.m. and will remain closed until further notice.

Marinas & Boat Ramps
All City of Miami marinas and boat ramps will close at 5:00 p.m. today, July 31, and remain closed until further notice.

COVID-19 Testing Sites
Per the direction of the Florida Division of Emergency Management, the following state-supported COVID-19 testing sites in the City of Miami are closed today, Friday, July 31, until further notice: Marlins Park, Miami-Dade County Auditorium and Miami Jackson Senior High School.

Restaurants located in the City of Miami were directed to remove all outdoor furniture - dining tables, chairs, host stands, etc. - as of 11:59pm yesterday.