New Normal Reminders
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
The State park has reopened; however, Area A will be closed and the park will be operating at 50%. Once the park reaches 50% capacity no additional persons will be allowed to enter.  

Beaches in Miami-Dade County reopened. In addition to the rules shown above, please keep the following in mind:

  • Enhanced KBPD Staffing: 3 Officers and 10 Miami-Dade County Beach Ambassadors will be enforcing beach rules from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Click here to learn more and to see the Beach Park Opening Plan.
  • Kiteboarding is allowed. Kite boarders must follow the Kiteboarding Ordinance, which also requires them to register with the Village. Click here for registration form.
  • No dogs are allowed on the beach, unless the dog is a registered service animal or a working police dog. Click here to read the full ordinance that regulates dogs in public places.
  • Litter is never okay. When beaches reopen, please help us keep our beach and ocean clean and beautiful. Reduce the amount of garbage brought onto the sand and dispose of refuse properly. In addition to not contributing to litter, consider turning your beach excursions into meaningful cleanups by using Fill A Bag's reusable bags and buckets to collect litter.
  • PADL will remain closed and deactivated this week and will resume next Wednesday, June 17.
  • Seaweed season has started. The Village removes an abundance of seaweed and sea grass that washes ashore multiple times each year. In preparation for the beach reopening the contractor has begun to remove excess seaweed from the beach and will continue to do so until it has reached a manageable state.
What Reopened this Week?
  • Dog parks
  • While dog parks may open, dogs must remain on leashes
  • To reduce possible virus transmission, the Key Biscayne dog park water fountain will be unavailable. Please bring H2O for you and your furry friend(s) to the dog park.
  • Summer camps and youth activities (recreation buildings; skate parks)
  • Wellness facilities (commercial gyms and fitness centers, including, but not limited to, dance studios, martial arts studios, yoga studios, spinning studios, personal training services, and similar establishments)
  • Private short-term rentals
  • Banquet halls
  • Massage studios or parlors
  • Tattoo parlors
  • Campgrounds
  • Concessions, sports skills practice, and drills at parks
  • Miami-Dade Public Libraries
  • Competitive doubles tennis
  • Charter vessels to carry passengers consistent with vessel size
  • Jet ski rentals may accommodate two riders from the same family
  • Beaches
  • Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
The New Normal Guidelines
What Remains Closed?
  • The Key Biscayne Community Center will remain closed, but is making the necessary preparations to open for Summer camp. The gym will not be reopening at this time, but your KBCC is working on providing alternative fitness solutions. Follow us on Instagram @keybiscaynecommunitycenter for KBCC news and updates.
  • Bars (including in restaurants), pubs, night clubs, cocktail lounges, cabarets, and breweries, except for take-out or delivery
  • Movie theaters, concert houses, auditoriums, playhouses, bowling alleys, arcades, indoor amusement facilities, and casinos
  • Concerts, conventions, and other temporary events, except outdoor events which may be held with appropriate social distancing, such as an event where everyone remains in their own cars
COVID-19 on the Key: Cases and Testing
The number of positive cases in Miami-Dade County continues to rise, with a dramatic increase reported since reopening. As of today's FDOH report, Miami-Dade County has 20,277 positive cases , accounting for 30% of the total cases in Florida. The reported number of positive cases in the Village has increased from 72 to 74 .
Since reopening on May 18, the number of positive cases in the Village of Key Biscayne has increased from 65 to 74 .
Since reopening on May 18, the number of positive cases in Miami-Dade County has increased from 15,864 to 20,277. Out of 67 counties in Florida, Miami-Dade is ranked number 1 for positive coronavirus cases. During that same period, positive cases in Florida increased from 46,442 to 67,371. Reopening, just three weeks ago, has had a clear impact on the number of positive cases of coronavirus.

The numbers in our Village, our County, and our State indicate that we have not flattened the curve. We strongly encourage everyone to continue taking all possible health and safety precautions to protect yourself and your community from COVID-19.

This week, drive-thru testing will be open on Thursday, June 11.  
Village of Key Biscayne curfew is from 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. , which will be enforced with a KBPD checkpoint by Calusa Park.

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