Miami-Dade County services resume following Tropical Storm Eta
Miami International Airport and PortMiami are open, and most transit service resumed on Monday.
Throughout Miami-Dade County, most services are back to regular schedules now that the threat of Tropical Storm Eta has passed.
All government offices will re-open on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, including Public Housing and Community Development, and the Water and Sewer Department, among others. Solid Waste Management, including the Mosquito Control Division, will resume operations. All Miami-Dade Public Library System branches will also re-open Tuesday.
Miami International Airport and PortMiami are open.
Miami-Dade County Parks will reopen Tuesday on their regular schedules, except for Fruit and Spice Park, which will open at noon. Due to standing water, Country Club of Miami will be closed for up to a week and Crandon Golf for two days. Trails Glades gun range will be closed for two to three days due to a power outage and standing water.
On Tuesday, the following COVID-19 testing sites will reopen:
Drive-through testing centers:
Miami Beach Convention Center
Amelia Earhart Park
Walk-up testing centers:
Mobile testing vans will also be deployed, and in-home testing will resume.
Marlins Park testing center will reopen Wednesday. For the most recent information on other testing site re-openings, visit miamidade.gov/covid-testing.
The Department of Transportation and Public Works resumed transit services at 3 p.m. Monday, November 9 and will be providing regular weekday service starting Tuesday November 10 on its Metrorail, Metromover, Special Transportation Service (STS), and Metrobus routes, operating according to their New Normal schedules. Some Metrobus routes may still be impacted due to flooding. GO Connect and GO Nightly will also resume service. For details, check miamidade.gov/emergency.
Community Action and Human Service Department
The Community Action and Human Service Department will resume New Normal operations on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, with the following exceptions:
- Community Resource Centers (CRC) will reopen at 10:00 a.m. Limited in-person services will be provided, and residents are encouraged to apply for assistance online at miamidade.gov/socialservices or by contacting their nearest center.
- Head Start/Early Head Start centers will reopen for in-person services, except the following:
- Centro Mater - East, West and Walker Park
- Easter Seals - Culmer, North County and Ofelia E. Brown
- O’Farrill Learning Center – Coral Way, Perrine, Arthur Mays and South Miami
- Haitian Youth - Early Steps
- Crystal Learning Center
- Rising Star Academy
At these locations, high quality early childhood educational activities will be delivered remotely. For up-to-date information regarding the MDC Head Start/Early Head Start program, please call 786-469-4622 or e-mail [email protected].
311 Call Center
The 311 Call Center continues its normal hours of operations to answer questions.