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For Sunny Isles Beach residents and visitors alike, the word is:
"Evacuate" (Verb 1. To withdraw from or vacate a place or area, especially as a protective measure.)
What You Should Know! Sunny Isles Beach is on a barrier island where, even in moderate storms, flooding from a storm surge and strong winds can be life threatening. Once Miami-Dade County gives the order to evacuate Zone A, for tropical storms or hurricanes, All residents in Sunny Isles Beach, both single and multifamily dwellings, ARE REQUIRED BY FLORIDA LAW TO EVACUATE.
Evacuation routes include bridges and you should expect heavy traffic. To avoid traffic jams once an evacuation order is issued leave the area as soon as possible.
Click on the following links for more information and tips:
Special Needs County residents who need assistance with daily living, medical needs, or specialized transportation must pre-register with the Emergency Evacuation Assistance Program by calling Miami-Dade 311 (305.468.5900), TDD 305-468-5402 for an application.
STS Those clients of Miami-Dade County's Special Transportation Services that require Special Transportation Services assistance in getting to a shelter can call 305.630.5300 or TDD 305.263.5459.
Red Cross Shelter Locations You should try to evacuate to the home of a friend or a family member who lives outside of the Evacuation Zones. Red Cross Hurricane Evacuation Centers (HEC) should be used as a last resort. Not every HEC will be open for every evacuation! When an evacuation order is given, monitor the local radio or TV station, or call the Miami-Dade 311 (305) 468-5900, to find out which HECs are available. For your information, pets are not allowed at these HECs. HECs that accept pets are announced by the County for each event (however, all individuals wishing to use a pet friendly HEC must pre-register by calling Miami-Dade 311 (305.468.5900). Potential HECs in this area are:
North Miami Beach Senior High, 1247 NE 167th Street, 33162
Dr. Michael Krop Senior High School , 1410 NE County Line Road, 33179
Miami Carol City Senior High School, 3422 NW 187 Street, 33056
For more information about shelters, contact the Red Cross at 305-644-1200.
Preparing For Personal Safety Make plans for several possible evacuation destinations including several inland or out-of-town locations - with friends, relatives, hotels, Red Cross HECs, etc. Make sure your chosen destinations are not in evacuation zones.
Personal hurricane evacuation supplies and items to be taken to the shelter should include:
food and drink (14-day supply);
medicines (30-day supply);
clothing and personal items;
important papers, such as: insurance policies, registrations; telephone numbers, etc. (in waterproof containers); and
cash, if the electricity is off ATM machines will not be usable.
Boaters Beware If your boat is too large to be moved by trailer, you must find safe harbor- have several alternates planned. Once the hurricane warning is issued, bridges will be locked down to speed evacuation of coastal areas and your escape routes will be limited.
Dangerous waters: As per City Ordinance 2005-237 during dangerous water conditions, those swimming, surfing, fishing, or water skiing in the ocean are subject to arrest.
Disclaimer: ActiveRain Corp. does not necessarily endorse the real estate agents, loan officers and brokers listed on this site. These real estate profiles, blogs and blog entries are provided here as a courtesy to our visitors to help them make an informed decision when buying or selling a house. ActiveRain Corp. takes no responsibility for the content in these profiles, that are written by the members of this community.