• EARLY REGISTRATIONS

    Emergency Evacuation Assistance for Special Needs  Residents that require special care and/or special transportation to a special needs shelter have to pre-register with the Miami-Dade County Emergency Evacuation Assistance Program immediately. The number is 305.513.7700 or 305.468.5402 TDD (hearing impaired). Click here to register.

    Condominium Associations (NEW!)
    Condominium Hurricane Re-Entry & Parking Authorization Hang Tag Program 

    Pets 
    Miami-Dade County now offers pet-friendly evacuation centers for families to go with their furry friends, up to three pets per family. You must pre-register with Miami-Dade County if you plan on using the pet-friendly evacuation center. However, this does not guarantee placement. To register, call the Miami-Dade County Answer Center at 311 or go to   MDC Pet-friendly Evacuation Center FAQs  .

    E-mail
    Subscribe now for e-mail notifications about significant emergency events affecting your neighborhood: South Beach Neighborhood, Middle Beach Neighborhood or North Beach Neighborhood.  Click here to subscribe.   You will first be prompted to enter your e-mail address.

    If you already subscribe to one of many e-mail categories, you can add or change what e-mails your receive by changing your profile. This is achieved by either re-entering your e-mail address in the subscription prompt or click on “Change Profile” found at the bottom of a previously received e-mail by the City of Miami Beach.

    Phone/Cellphone
    In the event of an emergency, the City of Miami Beach may use the Reverse 911 system to call all home phone lines within the city to provide important information. The system, however, is not able to locate wireless phone numbers to communicate important information, unless you register your cellphone to this system. To register your cell phone to receive messages to your cellphone, go to  Reverse 911 to  register for this service .

    Social Media
    Important messages will also be posted to social media pages:  Twitter (MiamiBeachNews) and Facebook (City of Miami Beach). You can also watch City of Miami Beach videos on YouTube

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