recognized service animals. Parking garages and lots at each park remain open only to Sunny Isles Beach residents. Parking fees continue to be enforced.
The City is implementing strict enforcement of social distancing and all rules, and offenders are subject to penalties and fines. City staff will be monitoring each park and will require those not following the rules to leave.
Golden Shores Park, Pelican Community Park, and the Newport Fishing Pier remain closed to the public until further notice. The beach in Sunny Isles Beach also remains closed to the public until further notice as ordered by Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 06-20.
For more information about the reopening of Sunny Isles Beach parks and to read Emergency Order 06- 20 detailing the conditions, visit sibfl.net/openings. For the latest information about the City’s coronavirus response efforts, visit sibfl.net/coronavirus.
About the City of Sunny Isles Beach:
The City of Sunny Isles Beach, incorporated in 1997, occupies 1.78 square miles in the northeastern corner of Miami-Dade County. Located on a barrier island bounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, the city provides a full range of municipal services: public safety, ocean rescue, building, zoning and planning, code compliance, transportation, maintenance of roads and parking facilities, parks, recreation and cultural programs, and government and administrative services. For more information about Sunny Isles Beach, visit sibfl.net or call 305.947.0606.