and Video Courtesy of The Island News
Published May 26, 2020
Miami-Dade County is now including “pools in private
communities, such as condominium and apartment complexes” in the June
1st date for county beaches to reopen.
Gimenez made the announcement Sunday, during a
virtual meeting with the mayors and city managers of Dade's coastal
communities and medical experts.
Social restrictions on pools are not available as of this post.
In a Sunday video message, Village Mayor Mike Davey shared some of the
restrictions that now exist in draft form, to be finalized Tuesday.
Facemasks will be required to enter any county beach, including Key
Biscayne. They do not have to be worn while in the water or maintaining
“You will be turned away from the beach if you don’t
have a “facial covering ready to use at all times,” the draft of the
county guidelines say.
Village Mayor Mike Davey
No organized group or athletic activities like volleyball are permitted.
Swimming, surfing, kayaking and paddle-boarding are allowed. No shared
Sunbathing and sitting on personal chairs and towels is permitted,
provided six feet of distance is kept between parties not in the same
No tents on the beaches and no group larger than 10 may gather at any
Davey said “we will have enforcement on the beach” adding “we don’t want
to lose the right to keep our beaches open.”.
The county added “Police services “are required”
Dog parks will remain closed for the time being.