Update - After Hurricane Irma Alert #23: Shell has Fuel; Power Restoration Continues, Garbage Pickup, Schools, Government Facilities, Beaches

Posted: Wednesday, September 13, 2017 12:15 pm


Update at 12:15pm: Shell Station has fuel. 

The latest as of Wednesday morning, September 13th, is below.

Please continue to be patient and help share this information to manage everyone's expectations. Thank you!

Power Restoration:
Village officials have been working with FPL this morning. Yesterday we had 32% of customers without power. Today's first report has reduced the number to 24% of KB customers without power. 
The target date for power restoration, per FPL and Miami Dade, remains to be by the end of the weekend.
Village Officials are continuously in contact with FPL Representatives to ensure that power restoration for customers will continue in a positive trend and remains the number one priority are we move toward completion.

Garbage/Debris Pickup:

Regular residential trash pickup began yesterday. Please keep regular trash separate from yard debris and damaged household item debris. Bulk waste collection for this week is cancelled.
We will provide you with a later update on debris management.
Village Government Facilities:

Village Hall is open and staffed as of today (Wednesday). The Community Center is closed until further notice.

Food/Fuel Supplies:

Winn-Dixie received and is receiving food deliveries and fuel today. Update: Shell Station has fuel.
School Closures:

Miami-Dade County Public Schools will be closed the rest of the week. Superintendent Carvalho will make a public statement on Friday, September 15th, regarding the status of schools next week.


All beaches  are closed until Miami-Dade County water quality checks are complete.


Key Biscayne tap water is safe to drink, use for cooking and cleaning, etc.

"To provide a safe, quality environment for all islanders through responsible government."


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