As of the 5 p.m. National Hurricane Center update, a tropical storm watch has been issued starting at Deerfield Beach to just past Vero Beach. While Hurricane Dorian remains an extremely dangerous Category 4 hurricane, Miami Beach is no longer expected to experience extreme weather.
City staff will continue to monitor the storm and remain ready to respond if any changes are made to the forecast. Continuously visit our website
for any city-related updates.
Parking Your Vehicle in City Garages
Parking garages will return to normal operation beginning Tuesday,
September 3. All residents must remove their vehicles by noon on Tuesday to avoid charges.
The parking garage at Fifth Street and Alton Road will not be eligible for free parking, it will continue operating as normal.
We will no longer be distributing sandbags on Sunday. We encourage those who picked up bags today to hold onto them until at least the end of hurricane season.
Remember, do not empty sandbags onto beaches or into drains.
Parks and Beaches
City parks and beaches will return to normal operations. Any exceptions will be listed on our city website
Although parks will be open, we will not be restoring shade canopies and other movable elements (e.g..nets and wind shields on the tennis courts) until Tuesday.
Miami Beach is still experiencing minor flooding from King Tides and intermittent rains ahead of Hurricane Dorian Please remember not to drive or walk through flood waters and remember these tips:
- Locate your flood insurance policy to be ready in the case you may need to file a claim for damage.
- Elevate mechanical equipment and appliances, as able, if you anticipate that waters may enter areas such as your garage.
- Avoid parking your vehicle in low lying areas- move it to higher ground, such as a parking garage.
- If curbside parking areas are flooded, residents are permitted to park their vehicles safely onto the swale. Vehicles parked on swale areas must not obstruct the sidewalk, roadways or driveways.
- Don’t litter. Keep public storm drains clear. Report issues to the Miami Beach e-Gov app or call 305.604.CITY.
Report flooding in the e-Gov app or call
Bulk Pick-Up Information
City services will continue as scheduled.
Register Seniors and any Vulnerable Populations
While it appears we will be spared by this storm, please remember that if you or someone you know requires skilled nursing care, has medical equipment that relies on electricity, needs assistance with daily living or may need assistance evacuating from ANY disaster, it is important that you register them with the Miami-Dade County Emergency Evacuation Assistance Program.
Do not wait until an evacuation order is issued
to register or call
Updates from Miami-Dade County
All messages pertaining to school closures and evacuation orders will be issued by Miami-Dade County.
Call 311 to connect with Miami-Dade County's call center for updated information.
To receive up-to-date information from the city before, during and after the storm, visit
If you would like to get a hold of our Resident Information Center, please call
Use 911 for emergencies only.