(WSVN) - Below is a list of what will be open and closed in South Florida as we monitor Hurricane Irma. This list will be updated as information becomes available.


  • Miami-Dade County Public Schools officials will announce by noon on Sunday whether or not they will reopen on Monday, pending reviews of maintenance work, a second dry run of bus routes that experienced accessibility issues on Saturday and an FPL power restoration update.
  • Broward County Public Schools will reopen on Monday. Attucks Middle School, Pompano Middle School and Piper High School remain with no power or limited power. Officials are expecting power to be fully restored by Monday. If that is not the case, the school district will keep families of students at these schools updated about contingency plans.
  • Monroe County Schools Superintendent Mark Porter reported that the school district is targeting a reopening date of Monday, Sept. 25.
  • Palm Beach County schools will be closed until Monday.
  • Pembroke Pines Charter Schools will resume classes on Monday.
  • Archdiocese of Miami has announced that St. Andrew Catholic School, St. Bonaventure School Catholic School,  St. Coleman Catholic School and St. Rose of Lima Catholic School have reopened. The majority of its schools will be open on Monday. The following schools are scheduled to reopen on Tuesday: Archbishop Coleman Carroll, Archbishop Coleman Carroll, Archbishop McCarthy, Immaculata-LaSalle, St. Gregory, St. Hugh, St. John Neumann, St. Mark, Sts. Peter and Paul, St. James, St. Michael, Blessed Trinity.
  • Belen Jesuit Preparatory School will reopen Monday.
  • American Heritage School at the Plantation and Boca Delray campuses plan to reopen on Monday.
  • Miami Country Day School will resume on Monday.
  • Basilica School of St. Mary Star of the Sea in Key West will be closed through Monday.
  • Ransom Everglades School will reopen Monday. There will be no classes, activities or campus entry while the school is closed.
  • Scheck Hillel Community School will be opened to faculty and staff on Friday. School will resume for students on Monday. All after-school afternoon and evening programs through Friday have been cancelled.
  • Pine Crest Preparatory School’s Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale campuses will open on Monday.
  • Emergency Education Institute is scheduled to reopen on Monday.
  • Gulliver Schools will reopen on Monday. For more information, click here.
  • Rhema Word Christian Academy will reopen on Monday.
  • St. Christopher’s By-the-Sea Episcopal Montessori School, Key Biscayne will reopen on Monday.
  • The Cushman School in Miami will reopen on Monday.
  • Christopher Columbus High School now has power and will reopen on Monday. All on-campus school activities will resume on Monday, as well.
  • Palmer Trinity School will reopen on Monday.


  • Miami Dade College will resume classes and normal operations on Monday.
  • Florida International University will resume classes and normal operations on Monday.
  • The University of Miami will resume undergraduate classes on Sept. 25. Residential colleges will reopen on Sept. 22.
  • The University of Miami Medical Campus is starting to resume normal operations. All employees should be prepared to return to campus as early as Wednesday, unless they have a personal emergency and have notified their supervisor. All courses, clerkships and rotations for students have been cancelled until Monday.
  • Saint Thomas University has cancelled classes through Friday and hope to resume normal scheduling on Monday. Faculty and staff can return to work at noon on Thursday.
  • Nova Southeastern University classes will resume on Monday. Staff and faculty are encourage to return on Friday.
  • Barry University will resume classes on Tuesday.
  • Broward College is scheduled to resume classes on Monday.
  • Carlos Albizu University has reopened.
  • Lynn University classes and campus activities will resume on Monday.
  • West Coast University’s Miami Campus is closed until further notice but hopes to reopen on Monday
  • Johnson & Wales University, will resume classes on Monday.
  • Florida Atlantic University has cancelled classes until Monday, Sept. 18. Jupiter and Boca Raton residential students can begin returning to their residence halls. All FAU faculty and staff are to report for their normal schedules on Thursday.
  • Florida Polytechnic University has suspended classes until Monday.
  • Florida Memorial University will resume normal operations on Monday.

Hospitals & Health Clinics

  • All Broward Health facilities have reopened.
  • Broward Regional Health Planning Council office is open and fully operating.
  • The Nicklaus Children’s Hospital main campus, Urgent Care Centers and the Miami Lakes, Miramar, Palm Beach Gardens, West Bird and West Kendall outpatient centers are fully operational. Please visit www.nicklauschildrens.org for more information on specific location hours and services.
  • Mercy Hospital has reopened. Family members of patients at Mercy Hospital can receive updates of transfer locations by calling 844-674-7431.
  • Community Health of South Florida Inc. has the following health centers open for business: Doris Ison, West Kendall, West Perrine, Naranja and Coconut Grove. All other locations are closed.
  • Most Jackson Health Systems hospitals and emergency rooms are open and operational. The UHealth Jackson Urgent Care center at Country Walk, as well as the Jefferson Reaves, Sr. Health Center and Prevention, Education & Treatment (PET) Center, remain closed due to power outages.
  • Baptist Hospital, Doctors Hospital, Homestead Hospital, South Miami Hospital, West Kendall Baptist Hospital and Mariners Hospital are open and operating on normal schedules at this time. Fishermen’s Community Hospital remains closed. Some Baptist Urgent Care Centers and Diagnostic Imaging Centers are closed. To find out which ones are open, click here.
  • Memorial Regional Hospital, Memorial Regional Hospital South, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Memorial Hospital Pembroke, Memorial Hospital West, Memorial Hospital Miramar are operational. All hospitals within Memorial Healthcare System remain open for emergency services. For more information about closures and cancellations, click here.
  • Mariners Hospital, located in Tavernier, on once again fully operational.
  • MD Now Urgent Care Centers is working to reopen their locations. For a list of open locations, click here.
  • Cleveland Clinic Florida’s 24-hour emergency department, located at 3100 Weston Road in Weston, will remain open before, during and after the storm.
  • Holy Cross Hospital has reopened some locations. For more information, click here.
  • UHealth is opening outpatient clinics on a limited basis to patients with acute illnesses, needing chemotherapy or radiation. All affected patients are being contacted.
  • Tenet Healthcare hospitals, including the Hialeah, Coral Gables and Palmetto hospitals, and North Shore and Florida medical centers have reopened.

Cities and Areas

  • The City of Miami Beach has reopened.
  • The City of Sunny Isles Beach has reopened.
  • The City of Hialeah has established a debris hotline number for residents. They can call 305-883-5995 beginning Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It will also be operational Monday thru Friday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
  • Monroe County officials opened up U.S. 1 on Saturday all the way south to Marathon for residents, business owners, disaster workers and supply trucks. They also announced plans to let the same groups have access all the way to Key West starting at 7 a.m. Sunday.

Government Buildings and Meetings

  • South Dade Auto Tag Agency has reopened and is fully operational.
  • Monroe County closed all of its government offices until further notice.
  • Miami-Dade Courts and Clerk of Courts’ offices will be closed through Friday. Bond hearings are still taking place and start at 9 a.m. at the Richard E. Gerstein Justice Building, located at 1351 NW 12th St.
  • Miami-Dade County offices will be closed through Monday. Essential employees are aiding the recovery. Others should contact their supervisors.
  • Broward County’s government offices, including Port Everglades administration offices, will be closed on Monday.
  • Broward County Courts will reopen on Monday.
  • Doral Government Center will be closed to the public until further notice.
  • Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office will be closed through Monday.
  • All City of Miami Beach garages are now open for residents to park their cars during the storm. For a list, click here.
  • Miami Beach City Hall will reopen Wednesday.
  • The Broward County Animal Shelter is open for admissions. Adoption services have also resumed.
  • Broward County has reopened several library locations with limited services. For a list of open locations, click here.
  • City of Miramar Public Works & Utilities Residents Forums scheduled for Sept. 12 and Sep. 19 will be rescheduled.
  • Plantation City offices are closed until Friday.
  • Hallandale Beach City Hall has reopened.
  • Pembroke Pines City Hall, administrative buildings and the Carl Shechter Southwest Focal Point Community Center have resumed normal operations.
  • Coconut Creek City Hall and community centers have reopened.
  • The Community Recreation Center in Aventura has resumed normal operations.
  • The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services offices in South Florida will reopen on Monday, with the exception of the Kendall field office, located at 14675 SW 120 St.


  • Most USPS post offices, stations, branches and finance units have resumed normal operations.
    • The following offices are providing limited delivery service:
      • Dania Post Office at 21 NW 1st Ave, Dania Beach, FL 33004
      • Westside Branch at 11528 W State Road 84, Davie, FL 33325
      • West Hollywood Hills Branch at 5771 Johnson St, Hollywood, FL 33021
      • Princeton Branch at 13500 SW 250 St, Homestead, FL 33032
      • Margate Branch at 5094 Coconut Creek Pkwy, Margate, FL 33063
      • Coconut Grove Branch at 3191 Grand Ave, Miami, FL 33133
      • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Branch at 6700 NW 27 Ave, Miami, FL 33147
      • Father Felix Varela Branch at 14310 SW 8 St, Miami, FL 33184
      • Ludlam Branch, 6900 Bird RD, Miami, FL 33155
      • North Miami Post Office at 14311 Biscayne Blvd, North Miami, FL 33181
    • The following officers will remain closed until further notice:
      • Big Pine Key Post Office at 29959 Overseas Hwy, Big Pine Key, FL 33043
      • Coral Reef Branch at 6295 W Sample Rd, Coral Springs, FL 33067
      • Golden Isles Postal Store at 1800 E Hallandale Beach Blvd, Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
      • Islamorada Post Office at 82801 Overseas Hwy, Islamorada, FL 33036
      • Key Colony Beach Branch at 600 W Ocean Dr, Key Colony Beach, FL 33051
      • Key Largo Post Office at 100100 Overseas Hwy, Key Largo, FL 33037
      • Key West Post Office at 400 Whitehead St, Key West, FL 33040
      • Flagler Station at 2764 N Roosevelt Blvd, Key West, FL 33040
      • Naval Air Station at 4069 Langley Ave, BLDG A, Key West, FL 33040
      • Lucerne Ave Station at 720 Lucerne Ave, Lake Worth, FL 33460
      • Long Key Post Office at 68340 Overseas Hwy, Long Key, FL 33001
      • Marathon Post Office at 5171 Overseas Hwy, Marathon, FL 33050
      • Marathon Shores Branch at 11400 Overseas Hwy, STE 120, Marathon, FL 33050
      • Goulds Branch, 22350 Old Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33170
      • Summerland Key Post Office at 24700 Overseas HWY, Summerland Key, FL 33042
      • Tavernier Post Office at 91220 Overseas Hwy, Tavernier, FL 33070


  • Ocean Rescue lifeguards have begun protecting Fort Lauderdale Beach.
  • Deerfield Beach International Fishing Pier is closed to the public until further notice.

Malls, Shopping Centers and Supermarkets

  • Sawgrass Mills Mall has reopened.
  • Miami International Mall has reopened.
  • Dadeland Mall has reopened.
  • Shops at Merrick Park has reopened.
  • Southland Mall has reopened.
  • The Falls has reopened.
  • Due to Hurricane Irma’s impact on Florida, some Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club facilities will close or adjust hours of operation. For more information, click here.
  • Aventura Mall has reopened.
  • Miami-Dade County is working with food stores to bring them back online as quickly as possible. County residents can search for open stores near them by clicking here.
  • Brickell City Centre has reopened.
  • City of Pembroke Pines Charles F. Dodge City Center has resumed regular operations.
  • Publix Supermarket locations across Florida are expected to reopen at their normal times. For a list of store locations, click here.
    • All Publix locations except for one in Miami-Dade have reopened.
  • All Winn-Dixie locations except for one in Miami-Dade have reopened.
  • CityPlace Doral has resumed normal operations.
  • Sam’s Club has reopened all club locations in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area.

Parks & Museums

  • Monroe County parks are closed until further notice.
  • Broward County parks are slowly reopening. For a list of open parks and in what capacity, click here.
  • Sabal Pine Park in Coconut Creek is open.
  • Big Cypress National Preserve is closed until further notice.
  • Biscayne National Park will be closed until further notice.
  • Pérez Art Museum Miami and Verde restaurant has reopened.
  • The City of Doral closed all parks until further notice.
  • Jungle Island took severe damage and will remain closed until further notice.
  • Miami Seaquarium is closed until further notice.
  • Zoo Miami will be closed until further notice.
  • Doral parks are closed until further notice.
  • Disney World has reopened.
  • The Holocaust Documentation & Education Center has reopened and is resuming normal operations.
  • The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science will resume normal operations on Friday.
  • Butterfly World has reopened.
  • The Florida Department of Health has lifted a precautionary swimming advisory for Miami-Dade County.


  • The Miami International Auto Show has been postponed to an unknown future date after originally being set for Saturday.
  • The Miami Dolphins’ season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will not be played in Miami; will be moved to Nov 19.
  • The BSO Shred-a-Thon scheduled for Saturday at the Charles F. Dodge City Center has been cancelled.
  • Pembroke Pines Mayor Angelo Castillo’s HOA meeting scheduled for Monday at 7 p.m. has been cancelled.
  • The Archdiocese of Miami’s celebration of the feast of Our Lady of Charity scheduled for Friday has been postponed.
  • The e-UNI’TEA Virtual Town Hall Meeting scheduled for Wednesday was cancelled.
  • Adrienne Arsht Center’s ArtsLaunch2017 was cancelled after originally being scheduled for Saturday.
  • The 9/11 Observance to have taken place on Monday at the Pembroke Pines Memorial Park has been cancelled.
  • The University of Miami’s football game scheduled for Saturday at Arkansas State has been cancelled.
  • The Paramore show scheduled for Friday at the Fillmore Miami Beach has been postponed until Dec. 6.
  • Performances of Disney on Ice scheduled for Thursday through Sunday at the BB&T Center have been cancelled. Tickets will be refunded.

Trash and Bulk Collection

  • The City of Pembroke Pines has resumed regular scheduled trash pick-up. Recycling has been suspended until Monday.
  • City of North Miami trash and bulk pick-up has been suspended until Thursday.
  • City of Fort Lauderdale has resumed limited residential solid waste trash collection. Crews will only pick up trash inside the black garbage cart. Other items will not be picked up. Recycling pick up is still suspended.
  • The City of Coral Springs’ solid waste collection has resumed. Bulk and Recycling has been suspended until further notice.
  • Monroe County and the City of Key West waste collection has been suspended until further notice.
  • Miami-Dade County residential and commercial waste collection has resumed. Recycling has been suspended until Sept. 18. Bulk pick up crews are working to gather all bulk waste. Residents are encouraged to put out bulk waste for future pick up.
  • The City of Miami will resume regular garbage collection on Thursday. Recycling services remain suspended.
  • Regular trash collection has continued in Hallandale Beach.
  • Garbage pick-up in Miramar has resumed. Bulk Pick-up and recycling has been suspended until further notice.
  • Normal garbage and recycling has resumed collections for Broward Municipal Services District. Officials want residents to separate bulk waste from vegetable waste at the curb.
  • Miami Beach resident garbage pickup has resumed
  • Trash collection in Wilton Manors has resumed.
  • Plantation trash pickup has resumed.


  • Miami-Dade Transit:
    • Metrorail is running on regular service.
      • Those who left cars in Metrorail garages for protection during Irma are asked to remove them now.
    • Metrobus has resumed regular service on all routes EXCEPT routes 52, 56, 17, 246, 301. These routes are expected to resume service as more roads are cleared and traffic signals restored.
    • Metromover has been cancelled until further notice.
  • Broward County Transit will resume bus service from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. until further notice.  Express service to and from Miami will also operate from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. TOPS/Paratransit service will also resume service and will operate from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m​. TOPS customers with pre-scheduled trips are asked to call 866-682-2258 to confirm their trip.
  • Tri-Rail services will resume Saturday morning with a regular weekend schedule. First southbound train is scheduled for 6 a.m. Regular full schedule will resume Monday.
  • Mini Bus Service in Hallandale Beach has resumed.
  • Miami Beach trolleys  have begun normal operations.
  • Coconut Creek community bus services have resumed.



  • Port Everglades has resumed normal operations.
  • PortMiami has reopened with restrictions. All operations are currently authorized during daylight hours only. No nighttime operations are permitted.
  • Port of Key West remains closed until further notice.


  • Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport has reopened. Check with your airlines for any changes.
  • Miami International Airport has reopened. Flights are currently operating at 66 percent capacity.
  • Miami Opa-locka Executive Airport is now open.
  • Miami Executive Airport is open, but the FAA tower is currently closed for damage assessment. Flights are operating with pilot-to-pilot communication.
  • Miami-Homestead General Aviation Airport and the Dade-Collier Training and Transition Airport are currently only open from sunrise to sunset.
  • Key West International Airport, Florida Keys Marathon Airport and Naval Air Station Key West are all operational, but only for emergency response flights. The airports already have begun to receive emergency supplies and other emergency resources.

Ride-sharing services

  • Uber services have been suspended in the Keys as of Thursday, Sept. 7. Services have resumed in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. Nightly operations have been suspended in some areas to accommodate curfews. For more information, click here.

Report price-gouging

Florida’s attorney general has activated a price-gouging hotline, reminding residents that it is illegal for the prices of essential items to be raised to higher-than-average prices during a state of emergency. To report violations, click here.

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