Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Today, the City of Miami Beach has amended its   Emergency Measures , to lift the city’s midnight to 5 a.m. curfew and allow the following to reopen:
  • Soccer cage at Flamingo Park, effective today, June 10, 2020
  • South Pointe Park (including the pier), effective June 15, 2020

Additionally, effective today, June 10, 2020, the City’s beaches have reopened , subject to Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 23-20, and the following additional restrictions:
  • Beaches shall be open to the public between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. only; and
  • Coolers, floats and inflatables shall be prohibited

For additional information on the city’s reopening efforts and detailed industry guidelines, please visit
Summer Camp Update
The Parks and Recreation Department will be opening an extremely limited number of slots for the 2020 Summer Camp.

Limited vacancies may be specific to the child's grade, gender and camp location.

Selections for these available slots will be determined by a computer-based lottery system. Lottery selections will be random and based on the specific qualifications for each vacancy.

Registration will open tomorrow, June 11 at 8 a.m. and close at midnight. Please visit .

Virtual Sustainachella
We continue to bring Virtual Sustainachella to provide the community with the knowledge and tools necessary to live a more sustainable lifestyle.

Tomorrow, June 11
4 PM - 5 PM
There's no better time to prepare for hurricane season than now. Learn from storm preparation professionals on how to protect yourself, your loved ones and your property. Click  here  to register now and view the line-up of workshops for June.
Drive-in Movie
A new date for those who previously purchased our drive-in movie event has been selected for this Sunday, June 14. All tickets for the movie showing have been purchased.

Sunday, June 14
Movie Showing: Playing with Fire
8 PM
Parking Lot on 46 Street & Collins Avenue

The parking lot on 46 Street and Collins Avenue will open at 7 p.m. to allow moviegoers to make their way in and movie will begin promptly at 8 p.m.

Reminder, you must stay in your vehicle.
Virtual Specialty Summer Camp
The Parks and Recreation Department is offering Virtual Specialty Camp programming for summer 2020! Register now, space is limited.

Offerings include:
  • Coding & Startup Entrepreneurship
  • Creative Coding with Scratch
  • Culinary Kids
  • Dance Camp (beginners, intermediate and advanced sessions)
  • Fine Art Camp (beginner and advanced sessions)
  • Introduction to Python & Machine Learning
  • Jr. Fire Camp
  • Krafty Kidz
  • Mad Scientists
  • Yoga, Zumba, Cheer & Hip Hop

For detailed scheduling information, click here. To register, visit
COVID-19 & Antibody Tests Available
Both active virus COVID-19 and antibody tests are available at the Miami Beach Convention Center testing facility located on 17 Street and Convention Center Drive.

The drive-through antibody testing is being conducted daily from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. with  a capacity of 80 antibody tests per day . Results are typically provided within one hour.

The active virus COVID-19 test is available as both drive-through or walk up daily from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. with a capacity of 750 of these tests.

Testing is FREE  and being offered to anyone 18 years or older, regardless of COVID-19 symptoms. A patient that has been tested is welcome to be retested at any time.

Testing for Homebound Residents
The City offers in-home COVID-19 testing for  ALL homebound Miami Beach residents  regardless of age. Testing is by appointment only and residents who meet the aforementioned criteria should call the city’s customer service center at 305.604.CITY (2489) to request an appointment.

The customer service center is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Since there are a limited number of tests, the city asks that only residents that meet the criteria schedule an appointment. In-home testing for homebound residents is provided by MedRite with the assistance of the Miami Beach Fire Department.
Get Counted!
Now more than ever it's important to get counted! For the first time in Census history, you can now fill out the form online as well as by phone or mail.

Responding is fast, easy, safe and important —  and it’s key to shaping the future of your community.

Visit  and make sure you get counted.
Stay Informed
To help keep you informed on the latest details of this ever evolving COVID-19 pandemic , the city has created a dedicated, city-related coronavirus webpage. We encourage you to continuously visit f or the most up-to-date information, including a list of frequently asked questions , important resources, impacts to city services and more.

Our city hotline at 305.604.CITY (2489) is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. You can also email your questions to We will also post updated messages via email, Nextdoor, Facebook, Twitter and via text message (text MBAlert to 888777).