Spring Break 2021 Information
Thank you for choosing the City of Miami Beach as your vacation destination. We want you to make lasting memories of our turquoise water, white sandy beaches and endless summers. In an effort to help our visitors and residents stay safe, we ask everyone to please Vacation Responsibly and observe the below guidelines while visiting our beautiful city.
MIAMI BEACH VACATION RESOURCES
- Hotels – Download the Experience Miami Beach app for a hotel resource guide.
- Restaurants – Click here for a listing of the city’s delicious culinary spots.
- Parks – For more fun in the sun options, click here.
- Beaches – Click here for beach listings.
- Cultural Institutions – To explore the city’s cultural and artistic offerings, click here.
MIAMI BEACH SAFETY INFORMATION
On Friday, April 9, 2021 and Saturday, April 10, 2021, a license plate reader will be utilized along the 5 Street corridor as drivers exit the MacArthur Causeway from approximately 10 p.m. until no later than 6 a.m. each night. Please note, the Venetian Causeway and Julia Tuttle Causeway will not have any closures or modifications.
Commencing on Thursday, April 8, 2021 through the morning of Monday, April 12, 2021, from 8 p.m. through 6 a.m. each night, all sidewalk café operations, including expanded outdoor restaurant seating, will be SUSPENDED in the High Impact Zone. All sidewalk café operators are directed to stack or remove tables and chairs no later than 8 p.m. each night. These measures will not apply to the Española Way corridor between Pennsylvania Avenue and Washington Avenue.
Any violation of these emergency measures shall subject the individual, operator, business entity, or organization to arrest and criminal prosecution pursuant to Section 26-36 and Section 1-14 of the City Code.
Please be aware that in Miami Beach:
- Drinking alcohol in public is arrestable
- Smoking marijuana is arrestable
- Driving under the influence (DUI) is arrestable
- Driving a scooter in and out of vehicular traffic or on sidewalks is illegal
Prohibited on the beach:
- Inflatable devices
- Tents, tables and similar structures
- Loud music
- Glass containers
- Styrofoam and plastic straws
Practice COVID-19 safety protocols:
- Wear your mask
- Practice social distancing