(WSVN) - Here’s what’s open and closed as Tropical Storm Isaias heads away from South Florida (This list will be updated as more information arises):
Miami-Dade County Public Schools: TBA.
Broward County Public Schools: TBA.
Palm Beach County Schools: Schools will be closed on Friday.
Miami Dade College has suspended classes for Friday and through the weekend.
All Nova Southeastern University Florida campuses will resume normal operations on Monday.
Both COVID-19 testing sites at the Miami Beach Convention Center and 73rd Street/Ocean Terrace were closed due to the expected inclement weather. The sites hope to resume testing by Tuesday.
The COVID-19 testing site at Holiday Park in Fort Lauderdale, located at U.S. 1 and Northeast Eighth Street, will remain closed until further notice. Pending weather conditions, the testing site is expected to reopen on Tuesday at 9 a.m.
The COVID-19 testing site at Lincoln Park in Fort Lauderdale, located at 600 N.W. 19th Ave., will remain closed until it is safe to reopen. The anticipated reopening date is Tuesday at 9 a.m.
Florida health officials have reopened the following state-supported COVID-19 test sites as of Monday:
- Miami-Dade County Auditorium
- Miami Jackson High School
- Aventura Mall
- Aadvark Mobile Testing in Miami Beach
- West Perrine Health Center
- Holy Family Catholic Church
- Sherbondy Park
- Simon Malls in Doral
- Publix in Coral Springs
- Sawgrass Mills
- Dillard High School
- Blanche Ely High School
- McArthur High School
The testing location at the Lauderhill Sports Park is closed until further notice.
Miami-Dade County government is operating on a regular schedule. Bulk pick-up scheduling has been suspended until further notice.
There were no court proceedings at the Broward County Courthouse on Sunday.
The City of Miami Beach is asking residents to pick up their vehicles from municipal parking garages no later than 8 p.m. on Sunday.
In Fort Lauderdale, sanitation services including residential trash, yard waste, recycling and bulk trash will resume normal operations on Monday for customers regularly scheduled for Monday collections.
The City of North Lauderdale suspended waste garbage services at 12 p.m., Saturday. The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event was cancelled as well.
In Hollywood, there was no garbage, recycling or commingled pick-up on Saturday.
Bulk pick-up services were suspended over the weekend in Miami Gardens.
Fort Lauderdale residents could park on the third and fourth levels of the Riverwalk Center Garage (formerly City Park Garage), located at 150 SE 2nd St., beginning Friday at 8 p.m. Payment will not be required on the third and fourth levels of the garage, and enforcement will be suspended. Normal parking operations will resume Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Tri-Rail services remained suspended on Sunday as it was restoring the corridor to be back in service on Monday.
Sunny Isles Beach’s SIBshuttle will resume operation on Monday. For the latest city service updates, click here.
Waste Management will pick up garbage in Lauderhill on Saturday starting at 6 a.m. Residential Drop-Off Centers for disposal of household hazardous waste and electronics recycling will be closed beginning Saturday until further notice.
Coral Springs Community buses will resume operations from noon to 5 p.m., Sunday.
The Coral Springs Waster Transfer Station will open from noon to 5 p.m., Sunday.
Palm Tran ceased operations on Saturday at 4 p.m. Regular service will resume beginning on Monday.
All Palm Beach County solid waste facilities and operations are expected to reopen on Monday, and waste collection in unincorporated Palm Beach County will resume as usual.
Miami International Airport remains open.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport remains open.
Orlando International Airport remains open.
Palm Beach International Airport remains open.
North Perry Airport remains open.
Port Everglades reopened on Sunday following Tropical Storm Isaias.
The Coast Guard Captain of the Port opened the Port of Key West at 8 a.m. on Sunday following Tropical Storm Isaias.
The Coast Guard Captain of the Port opened the ports of Miami on Monday at 7 p.m.
The Port of Palm Beach and the Port of Fort Pierce are open with the restriction of vessels with a draft over 29-feet.
Parks, Beaches and attractions
All Miami-Dade County parks, beaches, marinas, golf courses and the Deering Estate will reopen Monday.
All City of Miami parks, pools and beaches will reopen Monday with normal hours of operation.
All beaches, parks and city facilities in Miami Beach that were closed due to the threat of Tropical Storm Isaias will reopen Monday.
All City of Miami marinas and boat ramps will reopen Monday with normal hours of operation.
Restaurants located in the cities of Miami and Miami Beach were approved to reopen for outdoor dining beginning Sunday.
Parks at the Village of Palmetto Bay reopened Sunday at noon.
All Fort Lauderdale parks and Fort Lauderdale Beach has reopened.
All Coral Springs parks reopened at 12:30 p.m., Sunday.
The Coral Springs Tennis Center and Aquatic Complex reopened at noon, Sunday.
Buccaneer Park and Betty T. Ferguson Recreational Complex in Miami Gardens were closed Saturday and Sunday.
Biscayne National Park closed the Dante Fascell Visitor Center, island visitor facilities and administrative facilities at 5 p.m., Friday. Boating in park waters remains open, including the Intracoastal Waterway and other channels.
Davie parks closed at 7 p.m. on Friday. Pine Island Fitness and Aquatic center also closed Friday at 7 p.m. and re-open on Monday at 1 p.m.
Flamingo Gardens remained closed Saturday and Sunday.
Hard Rock Stadium postponed the outdoor theater showings for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. All tickets will be refunded.
All Doral parks were closed effective Saturday.
Pembroke Lakes Golf Course and Tennis Center, Club 19 Restaurant, and all city parks were closed Saturday.
All Broward County-operated regional and neighborhood parks, nature centers and natural areas remained closed on Sunday due to potential winds greater than 39 miles per hour from Isaias. Parks will reopen Monday.
Everglades National Park reopened on Sunday.
Fort Lauderdale cemeteries will reopen Monday.
Sunny Isles Beach officials said the beach, Newport Fishing Pier, and all city parks remained closed Sunday and reopen for regular hours of operation on Monday.
Parks and beaches in Palm Beach County remained closed on Sunday until they were cleared to open. Mounts Botanical Gardens was closed on Sunday and will reopen on Tuesday.
Wells Fargo closed all but one of its branches in Monroe, Miami-Dade and Broward counties on Saturday. The Gulfside branch in Key West was open Saturday.
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