May 26, 2021


Your Weekly News and Updates

Name 530 Crandon Contest

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The Village is excited to add a new, centralized park with a multi-use design where residents may enjoy casual recreation as well as pop-up events and entertainment at 530 Crandon. And we need YOU to help us name it!

Send us your best park name – we can’t wait to hear your ideas! The winner will not only get the sense of joy each time they pass by the park but the Village will invite you to the official ribbon cutting ceremony and award you a $100 gift card as a token of gratitude.

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2021 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday


Consumers can purchase qualifying disaster preparedness supplies exempt from tax during the 2021 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday. Passed by the Florida Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Ron DeSantis, the sales tax holiday begins Friday, May 28 and extends through Sunday, June 6. The Department of Revenue created this webpage to provide information and promotional materials for consumers, businesses, and other interested parties.

For more information, visit

Reminder: KBPD to Begin Scheduling

Golf Cart Registration Renewals

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As of June 1, 2021, the Key Biscayne Police Department will begin contacting golf cart owners to facilitate the process of renewing registration for each vehicle in an orderly fashion.


During this process, the KBPD will not hold residents accountable for driving with expired registrations as the department works with the community to return to normal operations.


Residents who have never had their golf carts registered with the police due to COVID-19 are asked to please contact the police department at 305-365-5555 or to visit the police station to begin the initial registration process.


Per the Key Biscayne municipal code, annual golf cart registration is required to ensure driver's are aware of regulations and that each cart passes a safety inspection. Carts that do not pass the inspection will not receive a renewed registration until they are repaired.


The Key Biscayne Police Department appreciates your patience during this process

Fertilizer "Rainy Season" begins,

restricting the use of fertilizers through October 31


May 15 marked the beginning of the rainy season in Miami-Dade County, as defined by the Fertilizer Ordinance that was passed by the Board of County Commissioners on April 20.

During this season, residents, landscape companies, and condominium associations, among others, are prohibited from using fertilizer. The ordinance comes as one of the key recommendations from the 2020 Biscayne Bay Task Force Report to improve the health of Biscayne Bay.

Fertilizer runoff was shown as one of the top contributors to last year’s fish kill in Biscayne Bay, along with rising temperatures and lack of oxygen. The rainy season is in effect through October 31.

Residents can expect an educational campaign through social media and community events sponsored by the County to promote the importance of the fertilizer ordinance and to learn how to comply with the regulations. Learn more about the new Florida-friendly fertilizer ordinance.

COVID-19 Testing and Vaccinations


Testing Options in Key Biscayne:

The Village of Key Biscayne has partnered with Curative Inc. to offer a COVID-19 testing kiosk at the southeast corner of the Village Green (by the public restrooms) and mobile testing van in Calusa Park. The kiosk and van are operational from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., six days a week (Monday through Saturday). Patients can sign-up for testing in advance by visiting the Curative website or on-site.

Additional testing options include the Baptist Health Urgent Care Express located

at 240 Crandon Blvd. Suite #110; CVS Pharmacy located at 726 Crandon Blvd; and Ethos Wellness Pharmacy, located at 260 Crandon Blvd C33. 

Vaccinations Options in Key Biscayne:

The one-dose Janssen (J&J) vaccine is being offered at Ethos Wellness Pharmacy.

The two-dose Moderna Vaccine is being offered at CVS Pharmacy.

Additionally, Miami-Dade County has details about all of the vaccination sites in the county, including local, state and federal sites; click here for Miami-Dade's site.

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Your Village Government 

Mayor Michael W. Davey

Vice Mayor Edward London


Franklin H. Caplan

Luis Lauredo

Allison McCormick

Brett Moss  

Ignacio J. Segurola

 Village Manager Steve Williamson

Village Clerk Jocelyn Brewster Koch

Village Attorneys Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman


Comments? Questions? Suggestions?

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