Hurricane and Weather Information
Tropical Storm Eta Update
The City would like to inform the public of the following operational updates:
City of North Miami Facilities
ALL North Miami facilities closed due to Tropical Storm Eta will reopen Tuesday, November 10, 2020.
North Miami Park Closures
All City of North Miami Parks closed due to Tropical Storm Eta will remain closed on Monday, November 9, 2020, but will reopen on Tuesday, November 10, 2020.
On November 10, due to storm-related damages, closures of North Bayshore William Lehman Park and Elaine Gordon Enchanted Forest Park will continue until further notice
For more information, please call 305-895-9840.
Sanitation and Recycling Services
ALL North Miami sanitation services will be restored on Tuesday, November 10.
NoMi Express Shuttle
NoMi Express Shuttle service will resume on Tuesday, November 10, 2020.
Though Tropical Storm Eta has passed, hazardous conditions may persist throughout the City for the next few days. Please take due care when driving, as many areas are flooded. Do not allow your children to play in standing flood water as it may be contaminated. If you see a damaged or downed power line, do not touch it. Stay back and call 911 to report it. Please remember to check on your friends and family members who may be stuck in their homes due to flood waters.
Due to hazardous flood conditions, the North Miami Police Department urges motorists to avoid the following areas:
- Biscayne Boulevard, at NE 118th Street
- NE 3rd Court, from NE 132nd Street to NE 141st Street
- NE 141st Street, between NE 3rd Court and NE 5th Avenue
- NE 11th Court, between NE 121st Street to NE 123rd Street
- NE 144th Street, from 8th to 10th avenues
- NE 8 Avenue, from 146th to 147th Street
Hurricane season is June 1st through November 30th. It is never too early to begin planning your family and your home for the storm season. We urge you to plan now and be prepared.
North Miami residents can access information specific to the status of city services in the following areas:
Connect with NoMi
Connect with the city of North Miami through one or all of our easy to access platforms by visiting the Connect with NoMi page.
Comcast Channel 77 and AT&T Channel 99
NoMi TV is also available 24 hours a day on the City’s website. You can watch now.
North Miami Info Line
Phone: 305-891-4636. This is a 24-hour automated message.
North Miami Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
Phone: 305-893-6511. During emergency activation, North Miami Police Department becomes an EOC, staffed by essential personnel only. North Miami employees can access information specific to City operations by calling the Employee Information Hotline at 305-895-9804.
Miami-Dade County coordinates area evacuations, the designation of emergency shelters, bus pickup sites, etc.
Miami-Dade County Answer Center
Dial 311 or 305-468-5900
For information on Emergency Evacuation Centers, Emergency Evacuation Assistance, (Special Needs), Bus Pick Up Sites and other County services. For specific details, visit the Miami-Dade Hurricane page.
In addition to the resources above, these numbers may be helpful for North Miami residents after the storm:
- If you have a medical emergency, please call 911
- North Miami EOC: 305-893-6511
Call this number to report localized flooding or other city-related issue while the EOC is activated. Your call will be logged and sent to the correct department for action. If you have difficulty reaching our main number, you may also try these direct lines to report specific issues.
- After-hours City-related emergencies
Report city-related issues, such as water main breaks, backflow problems, etc. to the Winson Water Plant at Sunkist Grove: 305-953-2854 (24 hours)
- Florida Power and Light
To report wire down, power outage or street light out: 305-442-8770
- North Miami Stormwater Division
To report flooding in your area: 305-895-9870
- North Miami Streets Division
To report downed trees blocking traffic: 305-895-9878
- After-hours City-related emergencies