Business Update for those Facing the Impact of COVID-19
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
It should go without saying that Miami Beach residents and visitors need to be wearing a mask when in public, and as COVID-19 cases continue to rise across South Florida — city officials are done issuing warnings.

Miami Beach Police and Code Officers are giving out $50 civil citations for anyone not wearing a facial covering while in a public place or space.

We urge everyone to also continue practicing social distancing and meticulously  wash your hands regularly.  The Countywide curfew for the remainder of the city, excluding the 8 p.m. curfew for the South Beach Entertainment District, remains in effect from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily.
COVID-19 Business Impact Survey
The city's Economic Development Department is evaluating the financial impact caused by the COVID-19 pandemic on our local businesses. The Business Impact Survey will help capture the impact on key issues, such as business operations, financial performance, employees and supply chains.
Results from the survey will be used by the city to evaluate opportunities for assistance.
Please click here to assist the city in capturing information regarding how COVID-19 has directly affected your business. ( Example: Financial, level of capacity and/or operation)
Safety for All - Printable Posters
The city is providing printable posters that communicate the requirement of facial coverings, which can be placed around your respective business.

Safety posters are available to be printed in both English and Spanish here .

As a reminder, a ll persons in public spaces and places, both indoors and outdoors, are required to wear facial coverings , as defined in the County’s EO 20-20, as amended. Any person not wearing a facial covering is subject to a $50 civil fine.

We urge everyone to continue practicing social distancing and meticulously washing your hands regularly. View our Restaurant Safety Guidelines here .
Paycheck Protection Program
(PPP) "Next Steps" Webinar
The U.S. Small Business Administration, in consultation with the Department of the Treasury, published a revised, borrower-friendly Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness application implementing the PPP Flexibility Act of 2020 on June 17. 

Join the South Florida District Office as they explore the next steps in the PPP process. Each session is limited to 250 attendees. *Eventbrite access is required to register for the events.

  • Wednesday, July 29 | 1 PM – 2 PM: Click here register
  • Thursday, July 30 | 1 PM – 2 PM: Click here register
  • Friday, July 31 | 1 PM – 2 PM: Click here register

Click here to view the EZ Forgiveness Application.

To request assistance as an impacted business or employee, please email   with your contact information and needs. All inquiries will be responded to via phone or email by a Resource Agent.

For a full listing of resources and information visit
View our frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 or email .