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Update - November 8, 2020 2:40PM
Due to continuing severe weather conditions associated with Tropical Storm ETA, please be advised of the following closures for Monday, November 9, 2020:
• Miami Gardens City Hall and parks
• Miami-Dade Public Schools, both in-person and My School Online
Please continue to monitor your local news and www.weather.gov for the latest updates.
Update - November 8, 2020
Mayor Oliver Gilbert declares local state of emergency in the City of Miami Gardens related to Tropical Storm Eta
Click Here to read the order declared on November 7, 2020
Update - August 1, 2020
Mayor Oliver Gilbert declares local state of emergency in the City of Miami Gardens related to Hurricane Isaias.
Click Here to read the order declared August 1, 2020
GET PREPARED, BE READY, STAY SAFE!
Hurricane Season runs from June 1st through the end of November. Now is the time to prepare and safeguard your family, loved ones and property. The impact of COVID-19 will affect how we prepare and respond to a hurricane. As we continue to address the threat of the virus, it is important to start your hurricane preparations, and incorporate the recommended safety guidelines for everyone’s protection. Being prepared enables you to readily act, if necessary, when alerted to do so by emergency personnel.
City of Miami Gardens Hurricane Guide (PDF)
Miami-Dade County Hurricane Guide (PDF)
Protocol for Evacuation Centers During COVID-19 (PDF)
FEMA Resources and Tools
National Hurricane Center
National Weather Service Updates and Forecast
Sign up for Miami Gardens Emergency Alerts