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With the paramount aim of keeping individuals and communities safe, the City of Miami Gardens is committed to a safe reopening process that is consistent with preserving public safety. Guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the State of Florida are being considered while developing the City’s plan. The unknowns surrounding this virus are prevalent and have created an environment of uncertainty. The City of Miami Gardens will continuously monitor the situation and make adjustments to our plan accordingly.
Miami Gardens: Moving to a New Normal (SLOWLY)
CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS BUILDING SERVICESTEMPORARILY CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC
As the City of Miami Gardens continues to monitor the impact of COVID-19 and the recent increase in the numbers across the state please be advised that the City of Miami Gardens Building Services will be closed temporarily to the public.
During this time new permit submittals will be not accepted and plan reviews related to permits not yet issued will be suspended until further notice.
Inspections related to permits already issued will be completed by a State of Florida Licensed Design Professional (Registered Architect, or Professional Engineer). Please be advised that all inspection results will have to be contained in a report signed and sealed.
July 1, 2020
Per Emergency Order 2020-10:
ALL BUSINESSES IN THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS WITH KNOWN CASES OF EMPLOYEES TESTING POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 SHALL IMMEDIATELY REPORT SUCH INCIDENCES TO THE CITY OF MIAMI GARDENS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Emergency Order 2020-10 Implemented by the Mayor of the City of Miami Gardens (PDF)
June 23, 2020
Safety is a priority.
MASK IN PUBLIC RULE
Effective immediately, face coverings or masks are required in ALL public places. Once you leave your home you MUST wear a face covering except in the circumstances listed in Emergency Order 2020-09. Please report non-compliance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emergency Order 2020-09 Implemented by the Mayor of the City of Miami Gardens (PDF)
Per City of Miami Gardens Emergency Order 2020-08:
FACILITIES TO SUPPORT WELLNESS INCLUDING GYMS, FITNESS STUDIOS AND OTHER SIMILAR FACILITIES MAY OPERATE IN ACCORDANCE WITH GUIDELINES OUTLINED ON PAGES 94-101 IN “THE NEW NORMAL A GUIDE FOR RESIDENTS AND COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS” FOUND AT https://www.miamidade.gov/information/library/new-normal.pdf
Emergency Order 2020-08 Implemented by the Mayor of the City of Miami Gardens (PDF)
Per City of Miami Gardens Emergency Order 2020-07:CASINOS PROVIDING SLOT MACHINES, VIDEO POKERS AND BLACKJACK AND RESTAURANTS ARE ALLOWED TO OPEN SUBJECT TO ALL PRIOR ORDERS RELATING TO RESTAURANTS WITH BARS AS ACCESSORY USES.
Emergency Order 2020-07 Implemented by the Mayor of the City of Miami Gardens (PDF)
Per City of Miami Gardens Emergency Order 2020-06:
BUSINESSES OUTLINED ON EXHIBIT “A” HERETO ARE PERMITTED TO RE-OPEN WITH OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS AS OUTLINED BELOW:
(A) For Restaurant Uses with bar/lounges as an accessory uses, the following requirements shall also apply:
Such businesses shall be registered as a restaurant establishment in the City of Miami Gardens. Further, the venue must be licensed as a public food service establishment pursuant to chapter 509, Florida Statutes. The establishment may:
(1) Sell food and alcoholic beverages for onsite consumption in conformance with the City of Miami Gardens Restaurant Guidelines previously issued under Executive Order 2020-05.
(2) Have performances if performers are no less than ten (10) feet from patrons at all times and such patrons observe performances from tables or stationary seats.
(3) All private entertainment areas must remain closed.
BAR/LOUNGES THAT ARE NOT ALSO LICENSED AS A RESTAURANT USE SHALL REMAIN CLOSED.
(B) ALL BUSINESSES LICENSED AS CHILD CARE FACILITIES SHALL COMPLY WITH THE GUIDELINES OUTLINED ON PAGES 102-114 IN “THE NEW NORMAL: A GUIDE FOR RESIDENTS AND COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS” FOUND AT https://www.miamidade.gov/information/library/new-normal.pdf incorporated herein.
(C) ALL BUSINESSES LICENSED AS TATOO SHOPS SHALL COMPLY WITH THE GUIDELINES OUTLINED ON PAGES 53-55 IN "THE NEW NORMAL: A GUIDE FOR RESIDENTS AND COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS" FOUND AT https://www.miamidade.gov/information/library/new-normal.pdf incorporated herein.
ALL OTHER BUSINESSES OUTLINED IN RED ON THE ATTACHED LIST SHALL REMAIN CLOSED.
Emergency Order 2020-06 Implemented by the Mayor of the City of Miami Gardens (PDF)
The City of Miami Gardens is now allowing Restaurants to Re-Open Dining Services with operational conditions.
Employee and Customer Protective Measures:
Restaurant owners and employees may visit The National Restaurant Association website at www.restaurant.org for additional resources and training.
Emergency Order 2020-05 Implemented by the Mayor of the City of Miami Gardens (PDF)
Please report non-compliance to email@example.com.
Effective Wednesday, May 27, 2020
The City of Miami Gardens will be allowing Barber Shops, Beauty Salons and Nail Shops to re-open with operational conditions.
If all businesses follow their common cleaning and sanitization practices the risk of contamination is considerably mitigated. Employees must continue to sanitize their work areas before the start of business, and after the close of business each day.
Emergency Order 2020-04 Implemented by the Mayor of the City of Miami Gardens
Effective Wednesday, May 20, 2020
The City of Miami Gardens will be allowing businesses defined as Merchant Wholesale and Merchant Retail to re-open with operational conditions.
These include clothing stores, furniture stores, shoe stores and other retail outlets. Other businesses which provide services such as financial, insurance, cleaning services and other personal care services can also reopen. This does not include any businesses whose core business involves food preparation and/or food service. Restaurants (full-services), barber shops, beauty salons, nail salons, bars and nightclubs are still prohibited from operating in The City of Miami Gardens at this time.
Businesses Allowed to Re-Open
Businesses Not Allowed to Re-Open
Emergency Order 2020-03 Implemented by the Mayor of the City of Miami Gardens
City of Miami Gardens
Betty T. Ferguson Recreational Complex and Buccaneer Park Re-opened for Walking, Jogging and Running
BETTY T. FERGUSON RECREATIONAL COMPLEX
3000 NW 199 St., Miami Gardens, FL 33056
MONDAY - FRIDAY: 6:30 AM - 9:45 AM; 4 PM - 7 PM
SATURDAY: 6:30 AM - 9:45 AM
3100 NW 207 St., Miami Gardens, FL 33056
MONDAY - SATURDAY: 8 AM - 7 PM
Face coverings are required. Social distancing guidelines must be followed. Violators will be asked to leave the premises.