Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

  1. COVID-19 Update & Village Operations - April 3

    Virtual Meetings, Testing Sites and More. Plus read the latest news on Village operations. Read on...
  2. COVID-19 Update & Village Operations - April 2

    Village to hold virtual Council Meeting and Zoning Hearing; testing site phone number and economic relief resources for small businesses. Plus read the latest news on Village operations. Read on...
  3. Coronavirus COVID-19 Update - Village Operations - April 1

    Schools closed until May 1st; Village to hold virtual Council Meeting and Zoning Hearing; cancels task force and committee meetings until April 30th; accepts Emergency Repair Permits only via email. Read the latest news on Village operations. Read on...
  4. Coronavirus COVID-19 Update - Village Operations - March 31

    Village to hold virtual Council Meeting and Zoning Hearing; cancels task force and committee meetings until April 30th; accepts Emergency Repair Permits only via email. Read the latest news on Village operations. Read on...
  5. Coronavirus COVID-19 Update - Village Operations - March 30

    Village accepts Emergency Repair Permits only via email. Read the latest news on county orders and Village operations. Read on...
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Questions about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), contact the Florida Health Dept. Call Center
Via Email:  

COVID-19@flhealth.gov


Via Phone: 1-866-779-6121


Latest Florida Advisory/ Information


How to Self-Screen for COVID-19

Should I get tested?



1 (866) 779-6121
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Village of Palmetto Bay Declares State of Emergency


Consistent with Miami-Dade County's declared State of Emergency, Interim Village Manager Greg Truitt and Mayor Karyn Cunningham declared a State of Emergency effective March 13, 2020.

It is important to underscore that there are no known cases of COVID-19 in Palmetto Bay. This declaration is a means to ensure all necessary resources will be available if needed. This includes access to emergency funding and supplies, the authority to close Village facilities and parks, to suspend non-essential services and transportation and to hold council meetings telephonically if necessary.



Florida Health Department Alert:



According to the Florida Health Department, "if you have been to China, Iran, Italy or South Korea in the past 14 days, you need to self-isolate for 14 days.  If you become sick during self-isolation, call your local county health department."  That number for Miami-Dade County is 305-324-2400.

About Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)


The Village of Palmetto Bay, Division of Emergency Management is actively monitoring the development of the current respiratory virus known as Coronavirus (COVID-19). 

Currently, there are no known cases of the virus in Miami-Dade County, including Palmetto Bay. All measures up to this point are precautionary and educational in nature as there is no imminent threat to the Village of Palmetto Bay residents or the residents of Miami-Dade County.   Cities accross the County are working collaboratively to share action steps and best practices to prevent the spread of the virus.  Miami-Dade County Public Schools is also taking precautions with the students.   
Common symptoms of the Coronavirus
Emergency Management has been working in conjunction with the CDC, Miami-Dade County Health Department and Miami-Dade County Office of Emergency Management to provide up-to-date information and guidance. 

All protective actions, educational material, and guidelines must be in strict compliance with CDC guidelines. Emergency Management will continue to update information as it becomes available. 

For more information, please visit: The CDC Coronavirus Page and the Florida Health Department Page.
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